Murry has talent, no doubt. However, if the Cardinals hierarchy actually held that he has to be contractually obligated in order for him to study his opponents for upcoming games (though the clause was later rescinded,) what further evidence do you require to show that Murry may not be the one to lead the Cardinals to the Promised Land?
I assume there is an alternate entrance/exit, else it’s not that great an idea.
Obviously, people who would sell their soul to the Devil have great difficulty with long term planning.
Of course, “OK. Now that we’ve established what you are, let us decide on a more realistic price.”
Note that not all the bullets are hitting the intended target.
Reminiscent of a famous “The Far Side” cartoon by Gary Larson. The cartoon showed a polar bear breaking into the top of an igloo saying to another polar bear, “Oh hey! I just love these things! … Crunchy on the outside and a chewy center!”
No, a trebuchet propels the stone by using a counterweight. Apparently, this catapult is using a spring force, though not too obvious.
Don’t know about your minor league stadium, but for the AA team in my area, the stadium has two things that are major league:
1) The size of the playing field2) The prices at the concessions.
A fulfillment of the old joke:
A guy walked past a hot dog stand offering hot dogs at $1000 each. The passerby said to the hot dog stand owner, “At those prices you must not sell many hot dogs.” The owner replied, “No, but if I sell one I’m through for the day.”
Sid just doesn’t understand that this is a buyer’s market. There will always be some assistant coach who will want a “chance” to prove himself. (Good luck with that at Walden. God Himself would experience difficulty producing a winner there.)