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3 thoughts on “Stark Truth: Thoughts On Swim Trials, Sonics and M’s

  1. Comments on the Sonics: Pro Sports are businesses. The owners and players make insane amounts of money at the expense of tax payers and fans. George W. Bush couldn’t make a go of it in the oil business so he got into the Pro Sports Game and in a short time without any effort on his part made a tidy 35 million.

    I would be interested in how much the Arena costs the taxpayers per year. Include the initial cost, plus annual maintenance, cost for renovations and also include the cost for destruction and divide it by number of years in use. I think people would be surprised how much taxpayers are paying per game.

    What I love is how gullible some people are. If you tell them to cough up 300 million dollars on the promise that such and such will happen. LOL. Fooled you again. Seems that contracts in the Pro Sports Rippoff game don’t mean much. The NBA and the courts always rule in favor of the owners over the taxpayers. The city will never another dime from Bennett. He will easily get out of that contract.

    I haven’t gone to a Sonics game for years. I got tired of watching the officials control the game in favor of teams like the Lakers.

    If some want Seattle to have a NBA team then they should pay for it and not us taxpayers. We have much more important things to fund like our crumbling infrastructure.

  2. so John, should we tear down the entire Seattle Center? or just the Key Arena? Not all of us find reality TV to be a “cultural event”.

    As for the Mariners, I am very pleased with Rigglemans managerial duties. We should have hired him in the first place instead of Melvin!

  3. It seems strange that we spend millions on a select sports center for professional players yet haven’t got the money to install walking paths ALL our citizens could use.
    Sharon O’Hara

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