Sunday, January 15, 2017

In Florida, a maid of honor guzzled a bottle of whisky, stole the best man’s car, attacked paramedics and spit on police. On the other hand, it is nice to see Trump’s advisor, Kellyanne Conway, blowing off some steam. 

Since you asked:

Walter O’Malley was despised by generations of Brooklynites and New Yorkers for moving the Dodgers to Los Angeles and he had no choice. O’Malley’s hand was forced by a corrupt mob figure-head egomaniac, New York parks commissioner, Robert Moses. (Moses was also the jerk who, as a result, stuck us with the Mets)

The Spanos family will soon be worth $3 billion. They could have financed a stadium privately the way the Cowboys, Forty Niners and Giants did. Clearly Spanos was too gutless to try that, so he should have sold the team to someone who had the guts. 

Dean Spanos chose to move the Chargers to Los Angeles out of pure laziness, selfishness, cowardice and greed. Spanos deserves to be despised by San Diegans for a hundred years.

The classless way Alex Spanos treated Hall of Famer, Dan Fouts, was a precursor to how awful their ownership would be. The Spanos's ham-fisted bungling of players negotiation is almost Dan Snyder-like in its classless ineptness. 

(Anyone who doesn’t think a billionaire team owner can be a complete idiot, I have two words: Donald Sterling)

As a Chicago Bear fan and admitted fair-weather Chargers fan, I am surprised at how pissed off I am by this horrible move. The core of Charger fans are die-hards and deserve much better than this. They load up their trucks with their entire family in Charger gear and tailgate to celebrate the tickets they paid top price to get. 

To have those fans treated so badly by a spoiled, fat, old billionaire brat does not seem fair.