A sarcastic and humorous look at the logic of a Madridista and all the ridiculous things they have insinuated and stated. All in good fun my kiddies!
hey, i know you've been getting a lot of stick lately. i actually do find some of your stuff funny. but i have to ask if you ever thought of the fact that whenever you post something racist or hypocritical about Real you are actually reaffirming horrible stigmas that the club has tried so hard to erase after a couple decades & by mocking them to be so much as true, you are really hurting the reputation of Real Madrid. If you're not a merengue ok, but if you are, think about that. it hurts people
I wrestled with thinking whether or not I should answer this. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’ve never and would never write anything “racist” about Real Madrid. Half of what is said here is hypocritical, because, as I’ve said nearly 10 times, all clubs are guilty of what is said here. That’s why an FCBLogic was made, to also be “hypocritical” if that’s how you want to call it.
I’m not hurting the reputation of Madrid, any normal person knows this is a joke. The radical fans who freak out at any lesson or those radical fans who these are based: they are the ones hurting the reputation of Real Madrid. So, while I’m sure many Madridista’s have tried to get rid of these “strigmas” there are many Madridista’s who keep them alive. So, don’t pin that on me, a blog owner of five days.
Maybe this is time to start reprimanding the Madridista’s this blog makes fun of, or those Madridista’s who say they’d like to slice me open and watch my blood drain me dry. They’re the ones who truly ruin your reputation.
To all those who follow me and to all those who appreciate what I’ve started, no matter what team you support, I thank you all so much. When I started Madridista Logic I truly wanted to get my views out there about fan radicalism, but in a comedic way. Additionally, I wanted this to catch on and it has since FCBlogic has been created and hopefully more will spawn. But, when I made this, I knew it would be temporary. I knew at some point I’d have to back down from running this blog, whether it be months, weeks, or in my case, a simple 5 days.
You see, running a blog is hard work, especially one where you create original works. I have a personal blog, but that is pretty easy as you all probably know. I start school soon, go back to work, reconnect with friends, and this blog will suffer if I continue to run it. And, I love this blog. I love this idea and I love laughing and that is what this blog is meant to enduce: laughter. Not hatred, not anger. As I’ve stated a lot, this blog is a parody of the radical fans of Real Madrid and it makes hyperbolic statements as though coming from a radical Madridista. This was never meant to offend a Madridista, except maybe the radicals, and it never has.
The threats, the hate, the ugliness, it’s not why I’m stepping down, but thanks for the concern. I’ve simply gotten my view across both through answering questions and also through posting my “lessons” and I was happy to post lessons that have been requested from others. So, in short, I’ve said all I’ve had to say. If I continue to run this blog, it’ll just be forced. But, running this blog reminds me why my personal blog scarcely has soccer related posts and it’s because the rivalries and soccer world can get quite ugly. Earlier this year I had to create a new personal blog to get away from the hate and threats I received by being a soccer blogger. I’ve realized that I appreciate watching the game much more with a friend or two and not the entire internet.
I hope this blog has made any soccer fan laugh at how close minded we all can be in hopelessly defending our club. And I hope that maybe this has taught people that soccer is soccer and no club is perfect, no matter how much we love it.
Finally, I’d like to say that I would LOVE to pass this blog onto another person to run it. A Second Professor? If you’re at all interested, please message me and submit some posts so I can see if you’d be a good fit. I’d like to keep the same format, just a new person making them. Here are some ground rules:
- You must never tag anything in this blog as Real Madrid or anything Real Madrid related. FC Barcelona and Barcelona related tags are completely fine.
- This blog is meant for humor, so please don’t make a malicious lesson. You do not have to make one for every submission you get. I’ve passed many over because I felt they were too mean spirited and not light hearted.
- Keep the format of the lessons. Each lesson is like a college course (ie. Madridista Logic: 101 is a beginners course) and a short description of the course is (ie. Lionel Messi is the worst player ever). The description is kind of the punchline.
- Pass this on to someone else when you’ve felt you’ve done your part. :)
I think that covers it my friends. So, farewell from the First Professor as I’ve so dubbed myself. This has been a fun five days. :P
20. August 20117 notes
20. August 2011
im going to hunt you down and find you. then i will take a knife and slowly slice down the length of you body and hope the cule blood dripping out of you makes a slow painful death. no one EVER FUCKING DISRESPECTS MY FUCKING TEAM. HALA MADRID YOU MOTHER FUCKER. IM COMING FOR YOU!
Anon feature is coming off.
WOW. You're kind of my hero for your answer to that silly little anon.
Ha. Thanks. I might actually end this blog with that, leaving the page up for people to still reblog and stuff. In the end, I wanted the radicalism to stop, but it wont. But, I got my opinion out there and made people laugh. That’s what I wanted to do. People can read it or ignore it, it doesn’t matter.
I really think that message was a perfect end, for my run at least. If anyone else or any group of people would like to continue to make posts for this blog, feel free to message me and I’ll give you the account info if I feel good putting this blog into your hands.
Much love! Thanks!
your blog is rather rude dude. as a Barcelona fan i feel insulted. i think it's fine to make a blog like this as you are a real madrid fan, but please don't insult other teams.
I’m not a Real Madrid fan. I actually have no idea what you are saying, really. Well, to each his own? Let me know what you’re actually trying to tell me. Otherwise, c’est la vie.
Your blog isnt funny at ALL! Your opinions are so fucking warped it isnt even funny. Barcelona is a disgrace of a team. LIES. Go die in a hole.
You have every right to be angry. You really do. Why? Because this blog pokes fun at people like you. The radical fans who never can take accountability for anything. The radical fans who think their club can do nothing wrong. Madridista Logic makes fun of people like you.
Every time I see someone reblog one of these posts ranting and raving, I just have to laugh. I have had the normal, respectful, classy Madridista’s write me messages, non-anon, saying they find this blog humorous. They’re not radicals. They are fans who have limits and do not accept poor behavior.
I remember El Classico, November of last year, the 5-0 catastrophe. Well, I spoke out against Pique holding up his hand, five fingers, and laughing. I love Pique, he’s my favorite soccer player and yes he does joke around a lot and do pranks, but that wasn’t funny. It was obnoxious and rubbing the score in Madrid’s face. I condemned him publicly for that on my personal blog. Meanwhile, some of the Madridista’s I follow completely ignored Ramos’ behavior and said, “I understand why he did that, he must have been so frustrated.” But you see, a normal fan would never accept violence. Do I find it embarrassing and wrong for Villa to slap Ozil? Yes. It’s not acceptable nor understandable. But, in the same, it’s not acceptable for a Madrid player to hit a Barcelona player either, you see? It embarrasses me when my team exhibits behavior like that. Do I forgive them eventually? Yes, but I don’t excuse it. Do I get annoyed when Busquets dives? Yes, it doesn’t make Barcelona look good. I am an American, and it bugs the crap out of me when Dempsey dives. It bugs me when Ronaldo dives and I’m not a Madridista. You see, I’m balanced enough to realize that no matter what team you support, “your” team will be guilty of almost anything you pin on the opposing team. Maybe it’s not as bad, but it’s no different.
If Pep Guardiola had poked a Madrid Assistant Coach in the eye, I wouldn’t be cheering him on, I’d be so incredibly embarrassed. I’d also be embarrased if Pep plugged his nose and acted like an atrocious smell was in the air when a Madrid player is standing near him. Behavior like that is unacceptable, no matter who the coach is.
People reblog these posts and rant and rave saying “Has this person even met a Madridista?”. It’s funny, because I usually roam the first page of their blog and find a myriad of new material. Yes, people like you are the Madridista’s who make this blog possible. Just like the radical Cule’s, who embarrass me personally, make FCBLogic possible.
So, if you want to shut this blog down, stop making outrageous comments.
That’s all. You’re excused.