This might be long, so fire up a cigar,...even you ladies are welcome. Arthur Blank is another billionaire trying to leave a legacy when he's gone. That's all ya think when you see the ridiculous design of the Falcons and Blank's MLS team's new stadium. And guess what,...they're having trouble with that retractable roof that looks like a,...I dunno. This Mercedes Stadium was to open in time for the March 2017 MLS season opener. It's been delayed to July 2017,...5 months. And the problem is that messed up looking roof thing.

Okay,...Blank has pulled an old college trick on Falcons and soccer fans too. It's called the personal seat license. A personal seat license, or PSL, is a paid license that entitles the holder to the right to buy season tickets for a certain seat in a stadium. The primary reason sporting venues offer PSLs is proceeds are used to help pay debt incurred during construction of a stadium or arena. Opponents of PSLs see this as another way to extract money from sports fans. Similar programs were in existence among many college fund raising activities prior to 1987. However, the early programs were tax-deductible donations to a scholarship fund, in which case the main "quid-pro-quo" was between the donation and the resultant deduction, not between the donation and the actual seating rights.

Lol,...and that was a real laugh ya'll,...Blank is fleecing Falcons fans! The Falcons desire 30,000 PSLs but guess what man?, ain't gonna get close to 20,000 if the Falcons suck in 2016. Makes me wanna cuss,...but Draftek, a very good bunch, says the Falcons needs in the draft this Spring are,...WR, Center, Guard, TE, DE, OLB, ILB and Strong safety,...well HELL that's the whole freaking team man!

Between building that multi-billion $ facility at Flowery Branch, constantly spending millions redoing the GA Dome and his divorce with Stephanie,...Arthur is bleeding CASH! So he hangs a carrott,...he throws a fat worm in the pond,...soaking the average fan with this PSL scheme. The good seats in the GA Dome already cost a whole lotta money for a season. Imagine your Mercedes Dome experience watching the Falcons lose while drinking a $10 beer.