If people in the city realizing Murphy’s - law of what can go wrong will go wrong - nothing has held more true. . . just watching this under achieving 2008 collection.
We do not however need a cover-page of SI, in order to have a say . . . in the peer-pressure of such a community based organization that's developed a football tradition. In fact, the truth becomes rather ironic, seeing that a tornado is the one thing standing in the way of promise.
This is why such reason is mistaking a natural disaster from taking place, cannot even compare to the departure Lyle Bauer would face, if he were to step down as CEO of the community based procurement.
If you've ever seen the movie Major League, it is about a mlb team Cleveland Indians, where the CEO Rachel Phelps wants to use her authority in order to capsize it's fan base in return for a major profit. The plan was simple it had the makings of a Hollywood ending, where life (Lyle Bauer) was imitating art. What ends up happening to Rachel Phelps master-ideology of choice, was that the fortunes of a losing baseball team destine for the cellar became a group cohesive effort. They were supposed to be a terrible team, but instead through collaboration coupled with the desire to win came through.
If we could accuse Lyle Bauer of script writing, we can also say he stole the print from the pages of Rachel Phelps verbatim to the story in Major League. We do not pretend this is life imitating art in Winnipeg, but when it comes to Lyle Bauer, the initial crowning of the king is getting awfully close.
If you do not want a king of false pride and even more or less false perdition . . . each and every bomber faithful is being taken for a ride because of Bauer's infiltrating role reversal upon the fans. It is a peril of interest that you as a fan do not digest Bauer, let him digest YOU. It is reverse psychology at its finest hour.
LONG LIVE THE KING.
I say off with his head!