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Why not have City of Cincinnati pass a law that requires sports team owners located within the city to apply for a license to operate a team here. Then, simply deny Mike a license when he applies. They do this all the time with Casinos. Every Casino the owner (and most the workers) must hold a license. This way the licensing agency can get rid of undersireable people in the industry. We could do the same things with Mike Brown. If you think these types of laws do not work just go read about what happen to Bill Yung at Columbia Sussex and the Tropicana hotel when he tried to renew his license.
Toggle Commented Aug 17, 2011 on Rick Reilly Bashes Mike Brown at WhoDeyRevolution
Sexonthebreech, That all sounds good. As a matter of fact if they would come out and admit they screwed up this off season and therefore put together you plan, I might actually get on board with it. For the first time since PB died they would at least have a plan that made some sense. Actually, just the Bengals admitting they have a plan and sharing it with us would be a step in the right direction. But, in the end we all know that MB is not that smart as a GM and has no plan other than to figure out how to make a profit without any risk.
CHECK OUT THIS MIKE BROWN VIDEO!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrmSbx5nU50&feature=player_embedded
YOU HAVE GOT TO SEE THIS VIDEO!!! ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE BEST DONE I HAVE SEEN ON MIKE BROWN. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrmSbx5nU50&feature=player_embedded
I can confirm that the Bengals do have a suite in Great American Ballpark. It is right down the right field line towards the end. I think the suite number is 246. It was right next to mine and I use to see Mike at opening day. I think that was the only game he attended during the year.
Let me see if I have this correct and please correct me if I am wrong: 1. Bengals lost 12 games in 2010 including 10 in a row. 2. Katie Blackburn says this was result of tough schedule 3. Mike is making no changes in personnel, coaching, or scouting. 4. Katie feels easier schedule in '11 will fix problems. Does this about accurately sum up the Bengals game plan for the off season? What in any of this makes anyone think that this team will be a consistant contender? Absolutely pathetic!
One of the reasons it is difficult for the Bengals to fire a cordinator is because those cordinators are also the scouts in Mike Brown's system. If he fires Brat, not only does he have to replace a cordinator he is down by one scout on an already thin scouting department.
EURICKA I HAVE FOUND IT!!!! Guys, I was driving downtown yesterday and for some reason thinking about a common post I see on the site. Usually something to the effect of “Can’t we sue Mike Brown“. Well, we all know that was tried by our county commissioners and failed. Then I happen to drive by the site of the new casino for Cincinnati and I came up with a great idea that the casino industry uses to get rid of problems. When I built my casino a few years ago I had to be licensed (just like Ohio is going to require). Why not pass a law that requires professional team sports owners in Cincinnati to have a license? Think about that. The benefits are we can charge a fee for the license and make it renewable. In New Jersey, part of a gaming license says that you must run a “Classy, clean and desirable operation”. The best part of this is that you do not need our local Politians to enact such a licensing process. All you have to do is collect enough signatures to put it on the ballot and then it is voted on. If it passes, it is a way to collect additional revenue for the stadium funds AND you could deny Mike Brown one based on his failures. The law can even be written in such a way that Mike would be forced to upgrade. What do you think?
EURICKA I HAVE FOUND IT!!!! Guys, I was driving downtown yesterday and for some reason thinking about a common post I see on the site. Usually something to the effect of “Can’t we sure Mike Brown“. Well, we all know that was tried by our county commissioners and failed. Then I happen to drive by the site of the new casino for Cincinnati and I came up with a great idea that the casino industry uses to get rid of problems. When I built my casino a few years ago I had to be licensed (just like Ohio is going to require). Why not pass a law that requires professional team sports owners in Cincinnati to have a license? Think about that. The benefits are we can charge a fee for the license and make it renewable. In New Jersey, part of a gaming license says that you must run a “Classy, clean and desirable operation”. They best part of this is that you do not need our local Politians to enact such a licensing process. All you have to do is collect enough signatures to put it on the ballot and then it is voted on. If it passes, it is a way to collect additional revenue for the stadium funds AND you could deny Mike Brown one based on his failures. The law can even be written in such a way that Mike would be forced to upgrade. What do you think?
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2011 on Seriously. What is Going On? at WhoDeyRevolution
EURICKA I HAVE FOUND IT!!!! Guys, I was driving downtown yesterday and for some reason thinking about a common post I see on the site. Usually something to the effect of “Can’t we sue Mike Brown“. Well, we all know that was tried by our county commissioners and failed. Then I happen to drive by the site of the new casino for Cincinnati and I came up with a great idea that the casino industry uses to get rid of problems. When I built my casino a few years ago I had to be licensed (just like Ohio is going to require). Why not pass a law that requires professional team sports owners in Cincinnati to have a license? Think about that. The benefits are we can charge a fee for the license and make it renewable. In New Jersey, part of a gaming license says that you must run a “Classy, clean and desirable operation”. They best part of this is that you do not need our local Politians to enact such a licensing process. All you have to do is collect enough signatures to put it on the ballot and then it is voted on. If it passes, it is a way to collect additional revenue for the stadium funds AND you could deny Mike Brown one based on his failures. The law can even be written in such a way that Mike would be forced to upgrade. What do you think?
Okay..This is no rumor as I got it from the horses mouth. Mike Brown as put out feelers to Hue Jackson about being the next head coach. Hue has already contacted a few of his coaching friends (who is the one who told me) asking if they would want to possibl y join him in Cincinnati.
DO NOT BE FOOLED! WE HAVE SEEN THIS ALL BEFORE! The Bengals are putting on a nice little late season, meaningless games run. It means absolutely nothing. If we have learned anything from the last 20 years is that the last few meaningless games of the year mean absolutely nothing.This team is not on the right track nor have they discovered anything. However, you can bet your bottom dollar Mikey boy Brown will use this and the draft to say "we have turned the corner". Well folks, we have turned no corner, we have seen this all before. The unltimate truth is that NOTHING will change until Mike Brown changes and a few wins at the end of the year mean nothing. See years ,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,00,01,02, and 03.
THINK ABOUT THIS FOR A MINUTE..... IF ALL THE OWNERS AGREED AND VOTED THE WAY MIKE BROWN DOES ON NFL ISSUES, THE FOLLOWING WOULD HAPPEN: 1. THere would be no instant replay 2. There would be no end-zone painting or logos on the field 3. There would be no suites and no stadiums newer then PBS 4. No Video Boards 5. No Free Agency nor salary cap 6. No touchdown dance of any kind 7. Coaches would never change 8. No Websites 9. No fantasy football 10. No electronic media / twitter, email, live game updates, etc. 11. No AC Can you possibly image the NFL being as popular as it is if Mike got his way. Thank the lord the other owners don't listen to him.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2010 on The Nuclear Option at WhoDeyRevolution
I hope UC charges them 50K per day to use UC's new indoor practice facility. You know, the one Mike Brown refused to donate a dime towards!
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2010 on Pathetic at WhoDeyRevolution
It has been a while since I posted but I want to comment on your points about Marvin. Two years ago when Mike Brown wanted to resign Chris Henry, Marvin was dead against it and let everyone including the meda know it. I do not remember his quote but it was amounted to something like "over my dead body". Marvin then went out of town on a short vacation and while he was gone Mike resigned Chris and Marvin learned about it from news reports. Needless to say Marvin was furiouse. Marvin then called Mike and quite. He told Mike that "pay me for one of my two years left on my contract and I will leave resign". Of coarse we all know there is no way Mike would pay a guy not to work, so Mike refused. Marvin, still pissed off then was set to resign on the spot. It took Katie & Troy pleading with Marvin to keep him. At that moment, two years ago Marvin made the decision that he did not want this job anymore. He feels that he can get a defensive cordinators job, make close to the same money and not have to deal with Mike Brown. This is a true store and confirmed to me by other very high ranking people in the Bengals orginization. Now, know this history you can understand why there has been no contract extention for Marvin. The simple truth is he does not care if Mike offers him an extention or not. He might not sign one if offered. If you Marvins comments about a contract at the end of last year, knowing the story above it all comes into clear view.
Toggle Commented Nov 13, 2010 on What the hell happened? at WhoDeyRevolution
I think the reason they are no longer interested in building a practice bubble is because UC will have one done in the next 6 months and the Bengals feel that if needed they could just rent UC's. I can tell you first hand they could not be more wrong. UC is so pissed off that the Bengals would not help out at all on the bubble and tried to rake them over the coals on lease rate at PBS for single games that UC will either not let them use it (they will say it is already booked) or charge a HUGE fee.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2010 on I Remain Skeptical, but... at WhoDeyRevolution
Don't get me wrong, I am thrilled that the Bengals are 4-1 and I am rooting for them. The problem is what I call "Mike Brown Syndrome". Part of me wants to jump up and down and get excited about 4 very good wins. However, MFB has cursed us with 18 years of tyrany. 18 YEARS!!! It is very hard to forget the errors and abuse of 18 years and by no means is 4 good victories going to do it. I think we are all hypocrytes if we believe that the all the sudden Mike's plans (which have failed miserably over the last 18 year sample) are all the sudden working. That would be an absurd assumption. So, the fact that the Bengals are off to a good start is heavely tempered by the facts of the last 18 years. Knowing that Mike has not changed and will not change is a big wet blanket on the whole organization. So, right about the time I am really starting to get excited I think about who is running the show and what did he do different this year as opposed to the last 18. When you realize the answer is nothing you also realize that this is another one year fluke. Those who do not remember the past are bound to repeat it.
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2009 on Another look at the Bengals at WhoDeyRevolution
Glad we won! I put the blame on the missed PAT and Field goal on Gram. Yes neither snap was perfect. But it was well within what a franchise kicker should be able to handle. After all, Gram is suppose to be a pro too.
The only reason I gave Bengals the edge in the Bears game is because it is at home, the Bengals have always played the NFC North tough, and Greenbay beat Chicago and we beat Greenbay. So, in a toss-up I give the edge to Bengals. I will freely admit they could easly loose this game, but as of right now i put it in the win colum. The Raiders are just horrible. Bengals play like a bunch of girls on the west coast, but I just cannot see them losing to the Raiders. They are that bad.
Okay, lets take a realistic look at the season. On a earlier post I had the Bengals at 1 & 2 at this point. I predicted win versus Denver and losses to Greenbay and Pitt. So, I could not have been more wrong. I guess that is why I don't bet the games. However, now that we have had a chance to look at the teams some we can draw better conclusions (can't be any worse.) Cleveland is horrible, worse then I thought. Bengals win 3 & 1 Baltimore looks VERY good if not best to date. 3 & 2 Houston is tough to figure but since we are at home 4&2 Bears beat Pitt on last second play (sound familar?) Going with home team in toss-up. 5 & 2 Baltimore at PBS- 5&3 Steelers will trying hard to turn it around. 5&4 Raiders-They are almost as bad as Browns 6&4 Browns-If we played them 10 times, we would win 8. 7&4 Lions-Much better team but not enough on Road. 8&4 Minnesota-Second best team next to Ravens. 8&5 Chargers-Bengals play bad on West Coast. 8&6 Chiefs-Pathetic team but not as bad as cleveland. 9&6 Jets-The only hope is that they have playoff locked up and rest starters. 9&7 Prediction: 9 & 7 and just miss playoffs. Mike Brown resigns entire staff and players while telling we are just a few breaks away while in reality we were the beneficary of an easy schedule, but I digress.
I lot of you just don't get it. I am thrilled that the Bengals are 2-1 and hopefully soon 3-1. I have been a fan for life and will always be and will never root against them. That said: 1. Two wins (unless they are Superbowls) does not make up for 18 years of futility at the hands of MFB 2. Eighteen years has taught us that even if we make the playoffs and even if we win a game in the playoffs, this is the exception and not the rule. In other words, in all likelyhood we will be right back to losing the next year. (see 2005). 3. We will NEVER, and I mean NEVER be have a chance at a superbowl with MFB in charge. He hates having his team in the Superbowl. He is quoted as saying "it cost too much and does not pay enough" 4. Therefore, I am enjoying the win, I am savoring it like one bottle of fine wine because once it is gone, the odds of getting another are slim. 5. The Revolution has definely had an effect on the Bengals. Believe me when I say they are feeling the preasure. They know that if they have a bad year this year (lets hope not, but it is still early) that they are doomed on suite sales next year. Bottom line, Enjoy the rare win. Savior it and later remember it like the soft kiss of a long ago lover because as long as MFB is around, it will be the exception not the rule. The revolution must roll on!
Please...That is not Ben. It's his gay lover.
You want news? I will give you some news! I just learned the Bengals are getting ready to drop a bomb of bad news on the good people of hamilton county. Seems the Bengals feel that there is a high likelyhood of the NFL expanding the regular season. If so the regular season will strech well into January. So, Bengals feel at that point they will need an indoor practice facility. Guess, come on, guess who they want to pay for it? Come on, I will give you three guesses and the first two do not count! That's right, Hamilton County....
I stand corrected. My english teacher was from Pittsburgh.
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2009 on Hate So Good at WhoDeyRevolution
Ape: I stand corrected. Your spelling is impeccable. Now take that cheap shotting, steriod created , crying towel waving homo loving quater back of yours and go F yourself. Did I spell that all correct?
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2009 on Hate So Good at WhoDeyRevolution