Found November 17, 2011 on Crossover Chronicles:
So where were you when the NBA players rejected the offer made by then NBA owners for the current CBA?  I am lucky enough to say that I was at work when it was rejected.  Other than the fact that I can’t follow my home team playing NBA games, I’m not really feeling any ripples in my daily life. How many in the NBA work force can actually say that?  Our country is going through one of the worst economic times that it has seen in ages, and we have sat and watched millionaires and billionaires fight over how to share the wealth for what feels like an eternity.  I’m fairly certain that if I own a business near an arena that sees 43 home NBA games a year, I’m not too happy right now.  If I’m that guy who usually gives you your voucher so you can park in that parking deck, I’m not happy.  If I am the guy walking up and down the stairs in the arena to sell you some popcorn or a pizza, I am not happy.Know why I’m not happy?  It’s because I’m unemployed.  Due to no home games in my home are
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