Here's one: you can't write.
Here's another one: you don't know how to do what you're trying to do.
You came in here with guns a blazing about what you were going to do and how you were going to do it before you've done anything.
What, exploiting them?I also commended Joe Newman on what he is doing for the minorities here in America.
Here's another criticism: you exaggerate.The Lightning are embraced in our community.
You're just another in a long, long line of people with a family member or significant other who have had the idea to own their own pro basketball team, who have said you were going to do this and do that and had delusions of grandeur. The bones of 99.9% of those people litter the forest of minor-league basketball.
We've seen it all before, and it's just your turn in the box. Your team is going nowhere except the scrap heap, and if you really have "work to do," you should stop wasting time here. Because your time management as currently structured doesn't seem to be helping you sell tickets.
At the end of the day, that's what you're trying to do. Whether you realize it or not, nothing happens - no impact on the community, no embracing, no positive outcomes for minorities, nothing - unless you sell tickets. And you have zero idea how to do that.