Houston, We Have A Problem

When a ship is about to crash, one of the command decisions is to abort the mission and rebuild another spacecraft for another day.

In battle, it is often better to retreat and live to fight another day, preferably in a more advantageous location; for example, the high ground. Oliver Goldsmith famously said, “He who fights and runs away, May live to fight another day; But he who is battle slain, Can never rise to fight again.”

The Houston Astros ship has been destroyed. It is best to retreat to higher ground. My suggestion is to dismantle the Astros, ban all players involved in cheating, move the team to another location with new players, and have them build from the bottom-up. It may take a while, but the Washington Nationals showed they could resurrect a failing Expos team from Montreal.

The probability of this happening is pretty close to zero, but I thought it would be fun to write about it.

They can use the Titans stadium in Tennesse until a new stadium is built.

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4 years ago

I really hope the Astros get the boos all year long.
I know its unlikely fans will have much excitement for that on a random tuesday in june, but man I hope its just unbearable for them all year long and the league has to act

John Henry Weitzel
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4 years ago

So basically…

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