moondart wrote:Rylan wrote:
1. lol still.
2. What is the cap? Has that increased or decreased? How about prospective costs? How well do you know the Penguins bottom line? Possible that operation costs have increased? If you can not actively look at the Penguins financial statements, then you have no idea the reasoning behind the ticket prices. The Pens wouldn't jack prices up unless it was necessary to turn a profit. Same with every other business in America. lol
3. lol what are you talking about? No crap Sherlock the cap won't be 85 million. The Pens themselves have no control over the cap. I don't even know why the hell you keep bringing that up...
4. lololololololololololololololololololololololololololololol. English must be your second language to not understand what I wrote the first time.
To be quite honest, the only reason I keep responding to you is to see what lunacy you come up with next. You continue to outdo yourself in ways that most would find incomprehensible. You sir, should be commended in your attempts to manipulate wording and try to construe statements to try and make yourself appear as though you have made an argument for your side. Unfortunately for you, when you use hyperbole and use that as your only definitive attack that more or less makes you have zero credibility.
You sir, must try harder if you want to legitimately talk about this. Otherwise,
1. You still look foolish from that originally....even you are admitting that.
2. It won't be 85 million I GUARENTEE YOU. It always seems to increase with the CBA inflator rule. The Pens now have parking, concession, and a better lease with now a 40% increase. Again...let me try again for you slowly: "turning a profit" versus "looking like you are screwing your customers". As I stated several posts ago: The Pens look bad here. Whether their GP was 10%, and it’s now its only 11%: THEY LOOK LIKE GREEDY A-HOLES...PLAIN AND SIMPLE WITH 40% INCREASES. Further, you have NO IDEA that the Pens wouldn't jack up prices without cause just to make more money....that's 100% theory on your part. Again, you look foolish typing that dude. Wow...that was worse than you not knowing what a "discussion" was.
3. You stated earlier that the Pens increases were for a "standard practice to raise prices to spend to the cap". Again, to spend to the cap at a 40% increase, would mean the cap is going to about 85 million. You keep tripping over your previous statements dude....be careful.
4. Again, avoiding this point by LOL. I posted your own words back at you....and you do LOL. Nice stating that I "manipulate" your words. When, anyone can use their mouse to scroll back up to see
what you typed.
1. lol You funny. Still.
2. lol don't become a businessman sir. You again show a complete lack of understanding of basic principles and continue to spew a 100% theory on your part. You think I appear foolish? You can't even back out of a silly corner you put yourself in by arguing the cap over and over.
3. lol seriously, you have no idea what the hell you are talking about. I have yet to trip sir. You are extrapolating data into hyperbole to create a situation that does not and will not exist. When you do that your argument becomes a silly hypothetical to justify your current disgust with the Pens. Unfortunately, you just continue to prove its irrational. The Pens, as I have continued to state, are a small market team. Tickets are a teams main revenue. Here let me show you the operating income for the 2010-2011 season (most recent data I could find)
http://www.statista.com/statistics/1937 ... s-in-2010/
The Penguins you will notice are the very last team to break in the black. Greedy team right?
4. And yet, you apparently didn't because unless you have no idea how to comprehend a simple sentence in which I stated, "The Pens are a high class organization (as are all NHL Clubs but the Islanders )" which means ALL teams are on an equal class level. There are no Evil Empires out to screw the fans over. lol but again, you continue acting pompous and I will continue to allow you degrade your credibility yourself as you continue to talk.