Are you a Detroit Lions fan? Yes? Well then do I have a question for you: what in the hell is wrong with you? Why on Earth would anyone want to root for a franchise that not only went 0-16 this season, but hasn’t had a winning season since going 9-7 back in 2000? Why support a team that hasn’t been to the playoffs in ten years, and hasn’t won a title of any kind in more than fifty? You do realize that the Lions are so bad that Barry Sanders decided to retire instead of breaking Walter Payton’s career rushing record because he realized he’d have to do it as a Detroit Lion don’t you? That’s like being told you’re the prettiest girl at fat camp.
Just on final question for you, though, Lions Fan. Are you sick of having to answer questions regarding your intelligence/sanity for supporting the Lions? Well then I have some good news for you. The time has come to turn the tables and vent your frustrations to the the Lions themselves because they want you to attend a Town Hall meeting at Ford Field and let them know how completely inept they are.
From THE WORLD OF ISAAC:
Come one, come all!
You want a say in your Detroit Lions? Are you sick of them being 0-16? Are you ready for your voice to be heard?
Well, now is your chance.
The Detroit Lions marketing wizards in a lame attempt to try and sell those season ticket packages that everybody bailed on in the last couple of years are using a “Town Hall Meeting” to swoon the fans once again.
The meeting will be held on January 26th and 27th at Ford Field because surely one day isn’t enough to get through everything that is wrong with the Lions franchise.
No doubt the first question will come from wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who will ask to be traded I’m sure. After that I’m sure the Lions brass can expect an entire barrage of “What the hell is a Jim Schwartz? And why should I care?” type of questions. Other possibilities include asking owner William Clay Ford Sr, “Why don’t you just die already?”
Do any of the SbB faithful have suggestions for questions Lions fans can ask? I mean, people who root for Detroit need all the help they can get.