Thrashers fans want answers from team owners

If you take a look outside, you’ll see the sun shining and the sky a brilliant shade of blue. We here in north Georgia and in other areas of the south are enjoying some very fine weather, even though it’s just a tease of what awaits us this spring.

However, there is also a dark, menacing cloud that remains camped above Thrasherville. It’s been there since the turn of the New Years and has cast a shadow of misery over hockey fans throughout the city.

Obviously, some of this stems from the current slide that the Thrashers have been on for the better part of a month and a half now…one that has seen them play to a 6-12-5 record since the 20th of December last year. However, Thrashers fans are quite used to the feeling that normally accompanies watching the team fall off the edge of the playoff table ‘round about this time of year. It’s almost a routine in these parts…a time honored ritual that serves as a rite of passage. You can’t really be a Thrashers fan, it seems, unless you’ve suffered through this kind of slump come mid-to-late winter.

But this particular cloud is much darker than those in years past. This one brings with it an additional spirit of gloom and despair that even the most longsuffering and emotionally scarred Thrashers fan is accustomed.

Almost since the day the A.S., LLC purchased this franchise, dark clounds began to hover over Thrasherville.

Almost since the day the A.S., LLC purchased this franchise, dark clouds began to hover over Thrasherville: L-R Steven Belkin, Todd Foreman, Ed Peskowitz, J. Rutherford Seydel,II, J Micheal Gearon, Sr., Bruce Levenson, Michael Gearon, Jr., Dominique Wilkins and Bernie Mullin. March 31, 2004 (AJC staff photo)

This year’s cloud that blankets the sky comes with the recent revelation that those who own the team, the group that make up the Atlanta Spirit, LLC, have for some time been trying to sell off the Thrashers. This particular piece of 411 came in the form of yet another lawsuit entered into by the Spirit Boys and contradicts the countless denials put forth by Bruce Levenson, the Spirit Boys and their mouthpiece Don Waddell.

Now for most of us, this little info-bomb dropped on Thrasherville a few weeks back came less as a surprise and more of an insult. For six years we’ve suspected that this bunch have looked upon the Thrashers as their unwanted stepchild and were less-than-caring for their well-being. But to have our suspicions confirmed in such a cold, callus fashion…reading for ourselves the legal filings that stated how they wished to “dispose” of the team…came as yet another slap to the face for the paying customers.

Here’s the latest, as reported by AJC Thrashers beat writer Chris Vivlamore:

“Atlanta Spirit co-owner Michael Gearon said there is now a “sense of urgency” to find additional investors or a buyer willing to keep the Thrashers in Atlanta. If the ownership group does not get additional financial help in the near future the franchise could be sold and moved to another city.”

(Update: AJC sports blogger Mark Bradley just filed his reaction to the story.)

I guess this is just another thing we are supposed to “deal with”, eh Bruce?

As stated above, fans in Thrasherville are also “dealing with” this team making its annual March From The Playoffs. Even though this team has shown a certain degree of improvement this season, they are clearly in need of some help if they’re to make a serious run. Help that comes by way of a trade to shore up the roster.

Unfortunately, these same fans also understand that any such deal may increase payroll over the last several weeks of the season. And given how the franchise has conducted its business, right at the league minimum for the last few years, it’s understandable why many doubt ownership would authorize any such increase in spending.

Also, this is the time of year that season ticket holders are beginning to receive their invitations to renew once again. While I’m certain that each and everyone of them are tickled pink blue that they’ve once again been considered worthy of such an invite, I’m confident that more than a handful of them are considering whether or not this team is still a viable choice for their entertainment dollar.

Oh, it’s not that the hockey market here is not what some had thought it’d be a decade and a half ago when the league returned to this area…quite the contrary, in fact. Atlanta is home to a great number of hard-core hockey fans that love the sport and enjoy it live and in person. But the fans here are now “dealing with” the fact that the same people who have lied to their faces are now sticking their hands out and asking for more of their money.

That’s putting the nice folks in the ticket office at quite a disadvantage, if you ask me.

In light of this…and I’ll speak directly to Mr. Levenson…you and/or any other member of the AS, LLC need to join forces with Waddell and hold one of the other time-honored traditions in Thrasherville, the always much-anticipated, highly entertaining, informative and spirited Town Hall Meeting.

This needs to be done and done soon, because quite frankly Brucie… you got some ‘splainin’ to do.

Yes, Levenson and the boys owe these fans an explanation…an accounting of just what they intend for the team that they love and support so much.

Bruce Levenson, right, needs to face the good people of Thrasherville and answer some of their questions (Curtis Compton)

Bruce Levenson, right, owes Thrashers fans an explanation. He should do so face to face and not via a carefully crafted corporate memo (Curtis Compton)

In that meeting, Bruce…or whichever one of the Spiriteers possess the wherewithal to do so…should look these people square in the eye and explain why they have repeatedly misled them about their intention to “dispose” of this team. After all, it’s one thing to lie to a person…multiple times…but it’s quite another to insult their intelligence by remaining silent as if no one ever noticed.

Also, Bruce needs to outline to those assembled whether or not he thinks additional help is needed to seriously make a postseason drive…or whether or not he feels the roster is good enough to do the job in it’s current condition.

That is, of course, if he actually cares enough to formulate any such opinion.

Oh sure, sure. To do this right now would place Bruce in quite an uncomfortable spot as he would undoubtedly have to endure the verbal slings and arrows that would be lobbed his way. I’m sure even he understands that there are some mighty peeved residents of Thrasherville. But an owner with any ounce of integrity…any sense of honor and decency…any shred of common courtesy for those forking over good money on tickets…would do so given the circumstances.

Meeting face to face with Thrashers fans is the one and only way he and the Spirit Boys can even come close to regaining any of the credibility needed to once more ask these fine people to pony up the funds required to remain members in good standing of the Thrashers Season Ticket Holders Club. And that’s a club which, as a direct result of the current ownership group’s influence, is becoming more and more exclusive by the day.

Certainly no one expects any of them to delve in depth as to the issues surrounding this current round of legal action. Everyone understands that when a case is pending it’s wise for all parties to say as little as possible. But what the good people of Thrasherville should expect is a certain level of intestinal and testicular fortitude to be shown by their team’s ownership group…especially in regards to their commitment level to the team they continue asking you to commit money towards.

To date, such fortitude has been sorely lacking. But now would be as good a time as any for these guys to start showing some.

Atlanta Spirit co-owner Michael Gearon said there is now a “sense of urgency” to find additional investors or a buyer willing to keep the Thrashers in Atlanta. If the ownership group does not get additional financial help in the near future the franchise could be sold and moved to another city.

295 comments Add your comment

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
10:08 am

Perhaps they can bring SOB in as the next investor to save the Thrashers!! Help us from ourselves Sage of Bluesland-er.

Paul Postma

February 15th, 2011
10:09 am

Hey guys! How ya doing? Mind if I play a few shifts with Ron Hainsey?

Hockey Biltong

February 15th, 2011
10:24 am

Alan R.

February 15th, 2011
10:28 am

The Septocluster have a combined testicular fortitude of a gnat.

Joe Johnson

February 15th, 2011
10:32 am

Please get me the hell out of here! My agent made me sign here.

The Real Thrash

February 15th, 2011
10:34 am

Here is the deal: we live in a city where the media and fans tolerate this behavior. Do you think that the owners of the Knicks, Lakers, Bulls, Magic would not be available to speak with the media? Hell no! There would be a daily series of articles about it in the print, radio and blogs. What do we see here. Silence. The media is supposed to not only take advertising dollars from the sports teams but service the public as well. That is not being done.

Speak out media. Yell about the lack of response. Tell the fans how often you’ve tried to reach owners and have been stonewalled.

We cannot have a strong democracy (or sports community) without a free press. We are being dis-served and deserted.

Joe Friday

February 15th, 2011
10:45 am

Is there a Town Hall meeting scheduled? I saw stroz say something about March 5th, is there one set for then? Or will they remain quiet.

Brendan mentioned something about TV ratings and that piqued my interest to do a little digging to see if there is real hope that Bettman will keep the team here because we’re the #8 TV market in the country. But the #’s he’s seeing are going to show that no, there’s not. The Stanley Cup Finals drew well this past year, here’s who the top 12 markets were in the country, you’ll notice we’re not one of ‘em: http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2010/06/07/sunday-nights-stanley-cup-final-posts-best-overnight-rating-for-non-ot-game-5-in-8-years/53332

Here’s another one showing that non-NHL markets even outdrew us: http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=531483

Here’s an article from last week showing local TV ratings here in Atlanta: http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Journal/Issues/2011/02/20110207/Media/NHL-ratings.aspx

Only 22 of the 30 NHL clubs report local TV ratings, here’s where we fell for last season (8,000 households in Atlanta watching hockey):

*All numbers according to Sports Media Watch

Here’s all the numbers from NHL Local Markets:

1. Pittsburgh Penguins (FS Pittsburgh) – 8.05 (Up 26.2%)
2. Buffalo Sabres (MSG Buffalo) – 6.45 (Down 19%)
3. Detroit Red Wings (FS Detroit) – 4.21 (Up 5.3%)
4. Chicago Blackhawks (CSN Chicago) – 2.45 (Up 131.1%)
5. St. Louis Blues (FS Midwest) – 2.33 (Up 21.4%)
T6. Boston Bruins (NESN) – 2.18 (Down 13.8%)
T6. Philadelphia Flyers (CSN Philadelphia) – 2.18 (Down 8.8%)
8. Minnesota Wild (FS North) – 1.67 (Down 27.4%)
9. Washington Capitals (CSN Mid-Atlantic) – 1.6 (Up 46.8%)
10. Colorado Avalanche (Altitude) – 1.56 (Up 13%)
11. Columbus Blue Jackets (FS Ohio) – 1.39 (Down 25.3%)
12. San Jose Sharks (CSN California) – 1.11 (Down 20.7%)
13. New York Rangers (MSG) – 0.89 (Down 18.3%)
14. Dallas Stars (FS Southwest) – 0.74 (Up 27.6%)
15. Phoenix Coyotes (FS Arizona) – 0.62 (Up 55%)
16. Tampa Bay Lightning (Sun Sports) – 0.60 (Up 27.7%)
17. New Jersey Devils (MSG Plus) – 0.58 (Up 48.7%)
18. Los Angeles Kings (FS West) – 0.48 (Up 50%)
19. Anaheim Ducks (Prime Ticket) – 0.42 (Up 50%)
20. New York Islanders (MSG Plus) – 0.36 (Up 100%)
21. Atlanta Thrashers (SportSouth) – 0.33 (Up 26.9%)
22. Florida Panthers (FS Florida) – 0.25 (Up 8.7%)

Households Watching

1. Pittsburgh Penguins – 93,000 (Up 25.7%)
2. Chicago Blackhawks – 86,000 (Up 132.4%)
3. Detroit Red Wings – 80,000 (Up 3.9%)
4. New York Rangers – 67,000 (Down 17.3%)
5. Philadelphia Flyers – 64,000 (Down 9.9%)
6. Boston Bruins – 53,000 (Down 13.1%)
7. New Jersey Devils – 43,000 (Up 48.3%)
8. Buffalo Sabres – 41,000 (Down 18%)
9. Washington Capitals – 37,000 (Up 48%)
T10. Minnesota Wild – 29,000 (Down 27.5%)
T10. St. Louis Blues – 29,000 (Up 20.8%)
12. San Jose Sharks – 28,000 (Down 20%)
T13. New York Islanders – 27,000 (Up 107.7%)
T13. Los Angeles Kings – 27,000 (Up 50%)
T15. Anaheim Ducks – 24,000 (Up 50%)
T15. Colorado Avalanche – 24,000 (Up 14.3%)
17. Dallas Stars – 19,000 (Up 35.7%)
18. Columbus Blue Jackets – 13,000 (Down 23.5%)
19. Phoenix Coyotes – 12,000 (Up 71.4%)
20. Tampa Bay Lightning – 11,000 (Up 22.2%)
21. Atlanta Thrashers – 8,000 (Up 33.3%)
22. Florida Panthers – 4,000 (Unchanged)\

I am telling you, by the #s, both in gate attendance and in TV ratings, the NHL is going to look at this and say we’re a dead market. We may be #8 in the country watching Survivor, but not hockey . . .

LAC

February 15th, 2011
10:46 am

Well Bill, You told it like it was. No owner will show up, they will send their little Bitch Boy waddell, to face the fans, and he will likely get an earful and exit quickly, as NOBODY in this group of LIARS will admit to the truth or at the least explain just WTF is going on.

Wonder if they will send in Pig Nose ed peskowitz, that clown don’t need makeup to look Stupid As Hell for sure. Just looking at these Idiots, you simply have to wonder… How in the World did “they”
ever come up with enough money to pull this off ? They each look more like panhandlers, than
any type of competent human being. I would not let one of them clean the toilet’s in my railroad buildings, reason… They would not know how !

Dustin Byfuglien

February 15th, 2011
10:47 am

I want at least half of what Joe Johnson’s making. And the other half should go to my boy Ladd. He’s a great captain and can score 22 goals playing 19+ mins / game.

SomaAtl95

February 15th, 2011
10:48 am

I’d pay to see Sage go toe to toe with the “Seven Sages of Thrasherville Sadness” and see Mr SOB subsidize a rear kicking to whomever mouths off to him. I’m sure somewhere along the line SOB would get a dig or two towards us “Sheeple” but I would love for the A$G to take the full brunt of his unhappiness.
And as long as the A$G is suing people for their money I plan on making the S a dollar sign $. Because thats seemingly all the Thrashers meant to them, they wanted to make a quick buck by “Disposing” of the team.
WAY TO GO A$G!

LAC

February 15th, 2011
10:50 am

Gee Whiz “smoothie” attacking a person right off the bat for nothing, your style shows time and time again. These Idiots have no defense and I see they have YOUR support…. Why not pull it over your head and squeeze out what few brain cells you have and attack asg, Not folks like Mr.Sage, Stroz and myself…. We see it…. Why can’t you !

Ted Striker

February 15th, 2011
10:50 am

It’s easy to understand why you’re frustrated by the team’s performance. Any Thrasher fan would be.

However….

Just how many words, exactly, do you think the AS, LLC, drafted of the court filing you cited?

When a party goes to court — no matter the issue — it is the duty of the attorney to point out every potential grounds for damages or defense. That’s all this is.

Look, I get it. You don’t like the product. Fair enough. However if you don’t like AS, LLC, you have 3 choices.

1) You can become successful enough to buy them out and do it better.
2) You can pledge your allegiance to another team/organization.
3) You can whine.

Which are you doing?

Joe Friday

February 15th, 2011
10:51 am

Trixie, “my comment is awaiting moderation”

Get The Puck Out

February 15th, 2011
10:52 am

How do the Hawks rank in payroll this year?

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
10:54 am

Go to hell LAC!

I really couldn’t give two sh!%s about you and your lectures on class you clown. SOB attacks people every single day so stop defending him you lackey toad. And when have I ever attacked Stroz?

Get off your high horse, I’d hate to see you fall off.

SomaAtl95

February 15th, 2011
10:55 am

Can’t we all just get along?

Get The Puck Out

February 15th, 2011
10:58 am

We’re still in ninth dammit!!!

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:03 am

I don’t think I’d take kindly to Levenson and Co. attempting to snow me live and in person. They are on my infinite (BLEEEP) list a la Enron, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, etc. I will never trust the F.A.S., period.

By the way I added that F to the front of their acronym for a good reason. Yeah, this is Atlanta, but how many of us have roots from markets that would never live this down (Philly, Boston, NY, etc.)? Let’s not let up on the F.A.S.

Badger Bob

February 15th, 2011
11:05 am

TS, are those seriously the only choices you see? What you call “whining” I’ll call “holding the owners accountable”, and then select that option. I presume you’d categorize the protecters in Egypt as whiners, so its not all that bad a label. Let us hope our whining can be that effective.

Rodney King

February 15th, 2011
11:05 am

I wouldn’t pull Bruce Levenson out of an angry mob of rioters even if you paid me handsomely.

Hockey Biltong

February 15th, 2011
11:06 am

What Ted Stryker said!

Russian

February 15th, 2011
11:06 am

**to Joe Friday**
Great post. All numbers are very interesting. I am going to cry, because Atlanta will lost team very soon. :-(
Only 8000 family watched hockey. :-(

Rawhide

February 15th, 2011
11:06 am

Ted Striker – I’m not a lawyer, (don’t even play one of TV), however I have had dealings with them. From what I understand, they act on behalf of their clients. As such, any language in the legal filings is there on the behalf of and with permission from the A.S., LLC.

And there was what, five-six times where it was stated they had sought to sell the team over the last six years? I think their intentions are clear.

As far as what I’m doing…may I suggest a 4th option? I’m simply saying that Bruce Levenson, or any other member of the Spirit Group, needs to face the paying customers that have continued to support this team and answer some of their concerns.

Plus, I’ve done my best to help promote the Thrashers by way of special ticket offers and discounts.

BTW, great username…from one of the all-time comedy classics!

glovesave29

February 15th, 2011
11:10 am

LAC – we all despise the ASG. I think where Sage gets everyone is where he spends time (ad nauseum) patting himself on the back for pointing out the obvious. It’s the same posting every single time. He takes his vitriol out on those who wish to watch the games by calling them names and such.

Brendan – my gut is Duds is gone after this season. He’s gotta realize he is in a no-win situation. It’s one thing to preside over a bad team that wants to get better, a total other to have ownership tanking the team on purpose. Gotta imagine his hands are tied. Offers made to him that he would take, and the goobs upstairs say no to every last one. After he goes, I hope he’s called to the league office to spill the beans…and perhaps lead to the league stepping in and removing these clowns from our midst.

R. Stroz

February 15th, 2011
11:11 am

Ted Striker – Anyone who doesn’t read a legal document prior to signing off on said document is an idiot.

We don’t like the lack of commitment from ownership as evidenced by a perpetually low payroll relative to the other NHL teams.

We. as fans, don’t enjoy being lied to. Do you enjoy being lied to?

Are you unable to delineate between the team, the fans desire to see hockey prosper in Atlanta, and the owners desire to merely dispose of the team?

Andrew G

February 15th, 2011
11:11 am

Joe Friday,

Great information! The obvious argument is this. Look at the two top teams in that category for households watching. The Penguins and the Blackhawks. Do you see the correlation between household viewership and providing a good product on the ice. Take both clubs back no more than 5 years ago, at a time when there was speculation of Pitt moving to KC and a time when Patrick Kane wasn’t in a Blackhawk uni. I know that it is no excuse, but quite frankly, we Atlanta fans are so sick of futility. All we want is a winning product! Before thinking that Bettman will send this team to Quebec, he considers that and knows that. I don’t care if it is “Canadian” sport, success brings interest. Based on the season that both Ottawa and Edmonton are having, I can’t imagine that they are bringing in booming numbers.

Great article “Ice Man.” We need an Arthur Blank to step in and take over this franchise. All’s to blame on the ownership!

Thrashers

February 15th, 2011
11:12 am

G.T.P.O. ….stop stealing our line…We will put you in a pair of skates and let Bolts pummel you into next year!!! If our Coach will keep him out of the press box.

kracker

February 15th, 2011
11:12 am

I won’t be holding my breath waiting on that THM w/ Brucie & Company.

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:14 am

Ted – Can I call you Teddy? Teddy, I’m whining and it’s my right to whine, just like it’s your right to try and call us out on whining by whining about us whining yourself. Complacency, apathy, whatever, is STUPID in such a case. This is a local professional team, it’s role is entertainment, period. They depend on us to make them money by going to see them play…for entertainment. What’s entertaining about this? We live here, why would we pick another team? Spare me the self reliance pushing, Boortz-ian jive about how we should buy the team too, it’s silly.

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
11:16 am

SAT word alert! Good one Stroz (delineate), Red Light is smiling.

glovesave – big fat YUP!

SomaAtl95

February 15th, 2011
11:17 am

Ninth place is the “First Place” for losers.

Doesn’t make me any happier either.

Hockey Biltong

February 15th, 2011
11:20 am

asg does not give a rats ass what we think.
Holding them accountable is a utopian dream.
Enjoy the NHL here while you can. There is no guarantee it will be here tomorrow.
Separate the team and coaches from the ownership.
It is probably the only way to enjoy hockey at Philips.

Red Light

February 15th, 2011
11:21 am

The Postma recall is welcome news, but will he get more than a handful of games to show his value?

Since 2006-07, the Thrashers have recalled a total of 35 players from Chicago at some point during the past five seasons. Those 35 players (some were recalled more than once obviously) have played a total of 400 games with the Thrashers. The quick math tells you that per-recall each player averages just 11.4 games. However, included in the 35 are guys like Bryan Little and Patrice Cormier, who were never sent back down after being recalled. Cormier’s was a rehab assignment.

Interesting, that of those recalled from 06/07 to 09/10, 15 are no longer a part of either the Wolves or Thrashers organization. That’s more telling news that the Chicago Wolves need to be shown the door, and soon!

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:23 am

BTW, Rawhide, I love today’s title.

Red Light

February 15th, 2011
11:27 am

de·lin·e·ate is an Atlanta hockey term that means…to paint a gloomy picture!

Thrashers

February 15th, 2011
11:28 am

Paul is a swell guy in the locker room, not much help on the ice, but he tidies up the bathrooms really well. Another cost saving move from the A$$ clown owners we have.

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
11:29 am

R/L – did you notice Brett Sterling had 2 goals in his first 2 games as a call-up from W-B in Pittsburgh? Not to say that he’d be a cure-all for our scoring woes, but don’t ya think he’d be a little better at hitting the net and providing some offense compared to Timmy Stapleton?

Russian

February 15th, 2011
11:32 am

**to Smoothie**
Oh, come on. Sterling or Timmy are same crap. They have to stay in AHL. We saw Streling and he had his chanse. He blew it. I just waiting when Timmy is going to move from Atlanta or back to Wolves.

steve brown

February 15th, 2011
11:32 am

Boycott them ’til death.

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:34 am

Smoothie, agreed. I always thought Brett Sterling shoulda been given more opportunity, his college and AHL numbers are vastly more promising than Stapleton’s.

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
11:36 am

C’mon Russian, at least Sterling scored when he got his 20 or so games to prove himself. Cuz playing LW beside Todd White is what getting a real shot at the NHL is really all about! ;)

Seriously though, Brett wasn’t that bad when here. I’ll never forget the game in which he drew 3 or 4 penalties on the Capitals. Ahh the good ‘ol days!

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:38 am

Steve Brown, we can only boycott so much before this team will relocate. I don’t see any team being relocation-proof when they average 8 or 9k in attendance, I feel that will become a reality if they don’t improve in the next few coming years

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:39 am

Smoothie, again…AGREED.

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:40 am

Geez, Brett Sterling is about an inch taller than me, he needed to be paired better. I don’t see how an AHL 50 + goal scorer can’t get 20 or so goals in the NHL.

Iron League 13

February 15th, 2011
11:42 am

Sometimes little guys don’t get the consideration of the bigger ones, take my vertically challenged a$$es word on that.

Red Light

February 15th, 2011
11:43 am

Sterling got 13 games one year and 6 in another in Atlanta. Hardly an opportunity! But, yes, both are essentially from the same AHL stock.

KLS1

February 15th, 2011
11:45 am

Pray for a new buyer or a stanley cup run…not sure which is more likely but if neither happens they will move.

Smoothie

February 15th, 2011
11:45 am

IR13 – never thought Sterling got a fair shake. When he did get to play a bunch of games, it was long after we had given up on the season.

The only thing that may save us from relocation is this pathetic economy. While the “loonie” is on par with the USD right now, there are far from any future guarantees in the next 10 years. Look how other leagues are facing very serious labor strife and potential lockouts. I think eventually the NBA, and perhaps even MLB, will have to contract. Corporate entities are not going to continue to invest in major league sports when there is so much economic uncertainty here and throughout the world. 1 in every 5 mortgages are under water and it’s only getting worse. Don’t be deceived by the stock market as our govt’s love affair with spending and debt is only going to make it tougher to dig out of this hole. I don’t see the climate improving for major league sports anytime soon. And moving franchises to Canada may not be a palatable idea unless there is absolutely no other option.

AtlFlamesFan

February 15th, 2011
11:46 am

I was always hoping that Sterling would catch on here. I may be wrong, but I think he was not used correctly; being stuck on a checking line and not being able to use his natural scoring abilities.

Joe Friday

February 15th, 2011
11:47 am

“de·lin·e·ate is an Atlanta hockey term that means…to paint a gloomy picture!”

Your Webster’s is on the fritz, that’s the definition of the Atlanta hockey term…re-al-ity