Disappointment comes in all shapes and size, but through a somewhat obvious premonition of today's outcome in Indianapolis we have to find the silver lining behind a very very meager performance. That silver lining comes in the form of Task #5 which was a success today at Lucas Oil Stadium. With the help of many comrades, we were able to, with great success, pass our message to the masses and to Mike Brown that mediocrity and parsimony will not bring about victory!
A few comrades had their signs confiscated at the gates, but many more made it through and could be seen all around the stadium. While they didn't make it on TV, the signs were shown on the Jumbotron.
In the end, tens of thousands of individuals were witness to our message and many Colts fans were able to sympathize and empathize with our frustrations regarding the Brown Family Tyranny we have had to cope with these last 18 years. Our statement could not be more transparent or bold yet is consistently unheeded by Mike Brown. We will continue to send our message. We will continue the fight. We will continue to have a level head of optimism. And apparently Marvin will too...
After the game Marvin was asked about the next three games. His response:
"I'm positive we're going to win the last three games, very positive. That's what we're going to do. We're going to work our butt off to win the last three games."
I'm sorry... Uh, was Marvin at the game today? Because if Marvin was at the game today then he must have just finished his vision board. You know, you can get whatever you want without having to work for it. This is a prime example of how overconfident behavior can lead to selective memory....or evidence of Alzheimer's.
Keep up the positivity Marvin, because that's about all you have left given your current predicament. As Herm Albright once said "A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort."
***Note: If any comrades have more pictures of you with the signs at the game, please send us a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org for our archives.***