your cronies over on that page would disagree with you. they started by screaming like a bunch of crazed baboons that there was no way trolling would stop anything, and that we could do our damndest, and the event would succeed and thousands of people would clog the streets of NOLA.
then it didn't happen.
then they suddenly backpedaled and now they're saying that our trolling was SO effective that we literally caused 3500 to not show up, that we had a success rate of 99.8%. and they're trying to use it as legal grounds that we induced slander and libel against their personhood and entity ( )
so which is it? did we succeed and cause you to fail, or did you succeed and cause us to fail? your boys can't seem to make up their minds.
Now I heard it all! Are you actually trying to take credit for lack of turnout!? Cmon now, even you can't be that delusional. There are millions of Saints fans and suddenly the guy you spend half of your month arguing with is supposed to represent them all? The bottom line is that the news of Payton appealing, him being to continue contact with team after suspension, the fact a solid coach Parcells is ready to step in and babysit under Payton guidlines, the fact suspensions could be reduced, the fact final four was going on at same time same place, the fact a children's charity event was going on in area at same time all affected turnout. Further, the page was set up as an event and anyone that joined the page in support, was marked as attending even when they were no intentions to go. In fact you and a bunch of members here signed up to go, I even saw Timothy say he was going a couple times. I personally wasn't going to be able to go, but you're trolling encouraged me to go, so I went in between appts with clients.
Regardless of what you say in your ongoing argument, the rally was to send a message to Goodell, and he received it and addressed it, that's success.