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stumppy
09-14-2008, 08:57 PM
There is only one person who has the ability to bring about the changes needed to make the Chiefs the football team we all yearn for.

That man is Clark Hunt. Something about Mr. Hunt that most people haven't figured out is that as long as there are fans providing the revenue that supports his livelihood he won't be in any hurry to make major changes. Why would he ? The Chiefs are first and foremost a business that supports him and his familys way of life. Running this organization is not something he does because it's the passion of his life with the money just being a bonus. While I'm sure he would be very happy to win a superbowl trophy along with the extra money generated by one he doesn't or rather can't afford the risk of making a superbowl his priorty. The almighty dollar is his priorty.

As long as we fans continue to pay for the product he is providing we're going to keep getting the same old product.

If we band together and tell this....this merchant of despair that we are no longer willing to pay for a substandard, defective, low quality prouct he will have to either change or go out of business.

By continually pouring money into the Chiefs organization we are cutting our own throats. It's possible the Chiefs might win a superbowl by doing the same thing that has continually failed. It's a lot more likely they will win one if we all use the power of our wallets to influence the needed change.

It's time to do this. We've all waited too long and paid too much for this team to not give us a return on our investment.




BOYCOTT !!
As we tighten the proverbial purse strings change for the better will have to come from this business or it will die. The man that can make it all happen will never let it die.

OnTheWarpath58
09-14-2008, 09:03 PM
Too bad you didn't post this before 70,000 season ticket holders renewed...

Tickets and parking are already paid for.

They'll make their money from the league's revenue sharing program.

Not attending really won't hurt them THAT bad. They'll lose some concession money - chump change in the grand scheme of things.

'Hamas' Jenkins
09-14-2008, 09:06 PM
I sold my tickets 6 months before the season knowing that this was going to happen. Next year, the jig is up. I really don't want to pay 2K for tickets and unload them for 900, nor do I want to watch that piece of shit team 10 times.

Tribal Warfare
09-14-2008, 09:06 PM
http://www.kcchiefs.com/contact/

It's time to show our disgust in strength in numbers our disdain with the development of this squad

OnTheWarpath58
09-14-2008, 09:08 PM
I sold my tickets 6 months before the season knowing that this was going to happen. Next year, the jig is up. I really don't want to pay 2K for tickets and unload them for 900, nor do I want to watch that piece of shit team 10 times.

Smart move.

Glad I didn't renew. Should be able to pick up seats pretty east once they are decent again...

stumppy
09-14-2008, 09:08 PM
FINE !!!


It's all my fault now. Just because I didn't suggest the boycott before the draft we're not going to win the super bowl.


Alright, I'll own that one but you owe me big.


It's all my fault.

Nzoner
09-15-2008, 07:12 AM
Sorry,I don't think there's even close to 70,000 renewals this season,there were large patches of empty seats everywhere yesterday.

Lzen
09-15-2008, 08:32 AM
That was pathetic yesterday. Why does Herm always have injured QBs. First of all, we should have gotten a better, more mobile backup QB than Huard. Of course, he might be injured anyway with Herm's luck. Must be something about the way they are doing things. Now Surtain.

I haven't been to a Chiefs game in 2 years. I don't plan on attending anytime soon. I am in agreement that it makes no sense to go and support a team that is not doing everything they can to get better.

Brock
09-15-2008, 08:46 AM
I got out after 20 years in 03.

Sure-Oz
09-15-2008, 08:52 AM
That was pathetic yesterday. Why does Herm always have injured QBs. First of all, we should have gotten a better, more mobile backup QB than Huard. Of course, he might be injured anyway with Herm's luck. Must be something about the way they are doing things. Now Surtain.

I haven't been to a Chiefs game in 2 years. I don't plan on attending anytime soon. I am in agreement that it makes no sense to go and support a team that is not doing everything they can to get better.
I love how they insult our intelligence by sticking a practice squad WR at QB a few times yesterday

BigRedChief
09-15-2008, 08:58 AM
Smart move.

Glad I didn't renew. Should be able to pick up seats pretty east once they are decent again...
Yep. What he said.:clap:

BigRedChief
09-15-2008, 08:59 AM
I love how they insult our intelligence by sticking a practice squad WR at QB a few times yesterday
And running the frigging wishbone. A wishbone play in the NFL.:mad: