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Consenting parties freely entered into a negotiated contract? Gasp!

 

The Marlins chose an experienced national firm to clean a massive stadium over a local small business with 14 employees? How logical -- shame on them!

 

They didn't hire a company that they were in no way required to hire? Oh, the horror!

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The guy from the cleaning company on miami beach is the real idiot here. The 150k isnt the problem, the problem is how the hell did he expect to clean a stadium with 14 people. The herald really has no credibility. And the comments are even more ignorant.

 

 

Herald comments on Marlins topics in a nutshell:

 

HURR DERR TAXES. HERP DERP CROOKS. RABBLE RABBLE CABRERA

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I'm not one to buy into conspiracy theories, but the Herald has yet another negative Marlins Ballpark article today. This time it's about the lack of public transportation to the ballpark:

http://www.miamihera...ed-to-ease.html

 

First of all, none this is any fault of the Marlins and second, since when has Miami had any semblence of a good public tansportation system?? Never, but let's just frame this as a Marlins problem anyway.

 

Anyone else think Norman Braman and his advertising money is influencing the reporting on the ballpark? I do.

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the Herald has yet another negative Marlins Ballpark article today

 

Yeah, I read that obnoxious, ridiculous excuse of an article, yet another contribution to the unending stream of utterly stupid, totally biased and vapid crap that emanates from the irredeemable knuckleheads at the Herald.

 

1,500+ words and the only sentence of any real import in the entire article was this one:

 

Some transportation officials are sanguine, noting that the Orange Bowl held 80,000 seats, more than double the Marlins stadium capacity, without major traffic issues.

 

:lol

 

Duh. Almost enough to make one ask why they bothered writing this dreck in the first place.

 

When there are no significant traffic problems, will the knuckleheads at the Herald publicize that fact?

 

Probably not. They're more likely to write something about some unlucky, drunken slob who forgot where he parked his car and wandered around until he got mugged. Must be the Marlins' fault.

 

When the stadium is routinely cleaned by a national firm capable of doing that effectively while not knuckling-under to some silly sky-box "requirement," will the knuckleheads at the Herald publicize the fact that they were merely parroting the ridiculous pie-in-the-sky idiocy of some unsophisticated local, whining, contractor-wannabe?

 

Probably not. They're more likely to write something about some poor single mother with 3 kids who was promised a job that never happened by the unsophisticated local, whining, contractor-wannabe after he chatted her up in some local bar. Investigative journalism at its finest. And, obviously the Marlins' fault.

 

When the SEC, maybe 4 or 5 years from now concludes that the City of Miami's lawyers were derelict in their duty to conduct routine due-diligence regarding property taxes the City might owe and the Marlins had nothing to do with their lapse, will the knuckleheads at the Herald publicize that fact?

 

Probably not. They're more likely to write something about how those poor (but obviously overpaid) City of Miami lawyers claim that they were somehow bamboozled by those fancy, slick, lying Marlin lawyers, who are probably even from Philadelphia. Clearly the Marlins' fault.

 

At the Herald, it's always the Marlins' fault.

 

And just for good measure, we can add the knuckleheads at the New Times where it's also not just always the Marlins' fault, but that the Marlins are absolute evil incarnate, a standard that the Herald can only aspire to.

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The guy from the cleaning company on miami beach is the real idiot here. The 150k isnt the problem, the problem is how the hell did he expect to clean a stadium with 14 people. The herald really has no credibility. And the comments are even more ignorant.

 

Idiot? Probably not. Unless he was already spending $$$ he didn't have just thinking he had the contract. Crybaby? Definetly.

 

If my company were invited to a meeting for a large contract, I gurantee I would go. If nothing else, to see if it was feasible to fulfill my end of what they wanted. Would it be financially logical for me to either hire new employees and/or pay overtime to current employees in order to do that or to meet any other requirements the intended customer may have? If my answer was no, then just fill up on the free shrimp and go home. No harm done.

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The guy from the cleaning company on miami beach is the real idiot here. The 150k isnt the problem, the problem is how the hell did he expect to clean a stadium with 14 people. The herald really has no credibility. And the comments are even more ignorant.

 

Idiot? Probably not. Unless he was already spending $$$ he didn't have just thinking he had the contract. Crybaby? Definetly.

 

If my company were invited to a meeting for a large contract, I gurantee I would go. If nothing else, to see if it was feasible to fulfill my end of what they wanted. Would it be financially logical for me to either hire new employees and/or pay overtime to current employees in order to do that or to meet any other requirements the intended customer may have? If my answer was no, then just fill up on the free shrimp and go home. No harm done.

Hahahahahaha

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What is the point of this article? Did a guy with 14 employees really think he could clean a stadium? Really? Seriously? Of course he would have to hire more staff, etc. The box suite to me was irrelevant. He didn't operate a business big enough to supply the team's needs. Plain and simple to me but whatever.

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The guy from the cleaning company on miami beach is the real idiot here. The 150k isnt the problem, the problem is how the hell did he expect to clean a stadium with 14 people. The herald really has no credibility. And the comments are even more ignorant.

 

 

Herald comments on Marlins topics in a nutshell:

 

HURR DERR TAXES. HERP DERP CROOKS. RABBLE RABBLE CABRERA

 

ALL THE TIME. I swear, they're always talking about Cabrera. Move on.

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