Arthur Blank is a heckuva guy! He's the proud owner of your Atlanta Falcons. And as owners go, he's pretty much the best ever. He's involved heavily in much of the decision-making that dictates the direction of the franchise.
Just imagine being him for a day. Your office smells of leather bound books and rich mahogany. Your secretary strongly resembles a young Betty White. When you need to floss, someone actually does it for you. Must be nice, eh?
But alas, with great power comes great responsibility. Blank holds himself personally accountable for the success of the franchise. He delegates, but he's also very hands on. He knows how to handle disappoint. But as Abe Lincoln said, "nearly all men can handle adversity, [so] if you want to test a man's character, give him power." And that's where you come in ...
We're giving you that power. Imagine, just for a moment, that you're Arthur Blank. You have full control of the pocket book. You have complete hiring and firing power. You could purchase Alaska from the United States and sell it back to Russia, if so you chose. What would you do? Of course, I'm talking about decisions that relate to the Falcons. Just like you, I'd like a lifetime supply of Twinkies. But let's stay on topic.
Ready? Set? Go!