Thank you, I believe, is the proper response to all the emails, comments and phone messages that have been posted and left following the recent column (linked here) on Dodger Stadium yielding its facility to last Saturday’s AMA Motocross and an upcoming Monster Truck show.
Thanks, as well, to those who have been provoked to participate in what has become an unintentional sociological experiment into how people today consume, digest and respond to the media.
Apparently, since many voices needed to be heard on the subject, today’s technology has made that easier. Admirably, many signed their names to their opinions.
My ultimate regret is that the point I tried to make was lost in the noise this created. The focus of the story was to point out that of the many uses the stadium could undergo, it’s a shame that a place considered to have one of the best baseball diamonds in the country would be buried by tons of dirt — whether it be for a motocross, monster truck event or this was a shame
It was written in humor with the intention of sharing the history of the stadium, with no intention of insulting any particular group.