Originally Posted by pr_capone
I understand what you are saing. Perhaps I misspoke. We did not go the route of the billboard in case something changed. For example, ***** got fired a week into the billboard being up. Had we blown our wad on a billboard, we would have essentially created a message that criticized the organization for 3 weeks for something they already got taken care of.
Conversely, had Clark come out and made a statement, it could have affected the message we wanted to put out. Had Clark given ***** an ultimatum of win or GTFO, I personally... would not have wanted a semi-permanent message bashing them for an extended period of time.
I understand that people did not donate to give to charity. That was always the fallback for the end run but as it stands, we don't even have enough money to fly but just one more plane. In order to fly the last 2 home games, we will need more donations... so it isn't like I have been holding out on spending just to make sure that there is something to give to charity at the end.
Valid points. But the public doesn't understand our message. We have to do better.
Listened to Fesco this am. Both him and the other guy are on board with SOC but they talked about the misunderstanding of what the SOC was about, what is our goals. Our principles and plan to get there.
Now this isn't SOC's fault. Most Chief fans dont care or know the issues in the detail that we do. But, we need them. Together is powerful. We have us hard core fans on board. We need the other fans that will make a difference and give the perception that its a movement, not a isolated and minority group of fans. We need to think outside of the box to generate publicity.
We are attempting to move a multimillionaire off his position in his business that is making him $30-40 million a year. We have to give him a reason to change his view on our ideas.