Re: Ebay tragedy
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From: "Michael J.King Sr." <kingpin@...>
To: "Karen Cardoza" <bruschifan1@...>; "patriots list"
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Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2002 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: Ebay tragedy
> At 10:31 AM 9/1/2002 -0400, Karen Cardoza wrote:
> >OUCH! That's got to hurt....
> >Come on.... any one of us that are season ticket holders would have no
> >problem passing on our tix to friends, family members, co-workers,
> >even my nosebleeds....) But because he wanted to go for the "big
> >he hot burnt. Just think about it.... even if they didn't revoke them
> >this point, he STILL took a risk with his coveted seats by selling them
> >stranger.... He could have lost them anyway.
> > I feel for the guy and hope
> >that it all works out for him, but he gambled... and lost.
> I agree that they screwed up but i think the Pats staff could have
> handled it better. The security chief seems to have gone ballistic for no
> good reason. He held all the cards but instead of taking the high road
> tried to get a little rough. I would imagine now that the judge found
> reason to not throw the complaint out that the Pats will somehow
> if Mr Reis will drop the complaint. One of the Krafts should step up
> and turn the incident into a PR coup. Then everyone wins. I mean the
> tickets were never actually sold and that gives the Pats the wiggle room
> make chicken salad instead of chicken sh*t!! Just my thoughts and
> YMMV. Later.Mike
Right, Mike...I agree. I totally disagree with Briggs' response and even
the loss of the guys tix without a warning. My take home message with the
whole thing is.... Don't risk your tickets by considering letting a
stranger use them in the first place!
Strength, courage, and wisdom
And it's been inside me all along....