“One might reasonably point out that if doing business in Wisconsin was so financially arduous for Fiserv that they essentially needed a bribe in order to stay there, it’s a bit surprising that they just happen to have enough spare change in their pockets to ink a 25-year naming rights deal, no? Hmmmm.”
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- “Shut Up…. Jerry!”
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On “Shut up Jerry”: it seems to me that Jerry was trying to do what Czabe says the NFL should have done long ago: decide on a position, lay down the law, and move on. People may disagree with the position he chose, but that’s inevitable. I guess the league would rather kick the problem around for another season.