Once lived in Pittsburgh wrote:I read your post with much interest, and much agreement.
But you lost me at the end with what I'd call, a very rude personal assessment of me. Look, I don't even think the team is moving to KC, so I can't be called any type of "homer". I admit I don't know the entire situation, so I can't be a troll.
But I'm asking some basic questions that don't add up. So while it's possible that I'm irritating Pens fans, it's also possible that the Pens fans I'm irritating, are really just upset at the situation and are projecting said feelings onto an internet poster. If my leaving will make you all happier, say the word.
Your leaving will not make me happier -- my intent was not a personal attack on you or to suggest that you leave. I guess what I was trying to say is this: you saying the team will or won't leave won't anger most on here. What will, however, is the way you respond to some posts. There definitely are many holes in Plan B, right now, but, when an independent company does a study and suggests that Plan B is, in fact, legitimately good and sees no major flaws in the layout, that tells me that it is pretty good. Again, I am not saying the team won't leave -- or that I would begrudge a citizen of any other city for hoping the Penguins move to their city.
I'm sorry if I offended you -- that was not my intent. I simply wanted to inform you that if you want the majority of posters here to take you seriously -- and not take you as a homer or troll -- you probably should relook at some of your wording so it doesn't make you come across as having an alterior motive.