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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Public soccer stadium project is colossal flop

So it goes in Rochester, New York.

Comments (7)

"those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it."
"The taxpayers will get no return on their investment." Now that's funny.

And tell us again, Sam / Randy / Paulson ... why does it cost $24 million for a brand new stadium in NY, but you want to spend much more than that simply renovating an existing site?

"State and local agencies failed to oversee spending or even seek an adequate business plan for"

Gee, that's a surprise.

"This time its different": Sam / Randy / Paulson

Or as Bullwinkle used to say "This time for sure!"

Don't believe our brain trust has ever exhibited a business plan, have they??

Pdxjim, there's a business plan. I promise you that the crew has a business plan. It's just that they wrote it out in a font composed of images of unicorns ejaculating rainbows, so we mere mortals can't be trusted to make a proper interpretation.

JK Galbraith: "The four most expensive words in the English language are 'This time it's different.'"

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