Most of the players do have real jobs. And shockingly, some players have moved up to the AFL and believe it or not the NFL. Seems like you are going out of your way to win the douchebag of the year award, and it is only early January. Getting an early jump on things?
Tell somebody who rips up their knee in a game that the insurance coverage they were promised isn't there. I'm glad you're financially secure, but some folks can really use the few hundred/thousand dollars they get from playing. You come off like a guy who cares about no one but himself. As long as you're entertained, screw the rest of the world. I hope that's not true, but it is how you've come across here.
The bottom line in all of this is that you will not insult other users of this board, period. If you do it again, you will take a vacation from here, capiche?
OCCUPY [INSERT YOUR LOCAL ARENA NAME HERE]
The joke is bound to fall flat, but at least I can serve up straight-man lobs for you guys to catch.
I do posit a thought, however. At a minor league level, the main reason to buy a season ticket would be to help ensure the continued existence of your team. I do suspect the number of season tickets (or equivalents) sold factors more into a solid guarantee of staying in town than overall announced attendance. On that note, does anyone know a FO who are massive whiz kids at inducing walkup?
Doesn't mean I'd buy a ticket to this league, much less a season ticket. Just had to be said.
I don't think anyone is faulting you for your priorities. Don't fault others for theirs.