General Crime

* Bad Boys Bail Bonds Ordered to Stop Wearing Company T-Shirts at San Jose Sharks Hockey Games

Editorial Opinion: According to news reports, Bad Boys Bail Bonds owner Jeff Stanley has been told by the San Jose Sharks Team that he or his guests may not wear shirts with their company logo. In our opinion, this is another example of corporate greed. The San Jose Sharks telling a local business owner he may not wear his company shirt to games after he has paid tens of thousands of dollars for tickets to their games, is simply the act of an un-civic, greedy bully. However, we might be willing change our opinion if San Jose Sharks demonstrate fairness and also turn away any other ticket holders wearing any other clothing or footwear bearing other company logos like izod, Nike, Adidas, Anaheim Ducks jerseys, etc. In our opinion, unless the San Jose Sharks rescind their position, they are just another example of rich people behaving badly.
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