That is a wound everybody feels.
I don't know if it's in the public consciousness as it was a few months ago, ... Steroids are bad, we don't want our athletes to use them and it sets poor examples for our young people, but we've just seen a massive failure of governance on the national and local level.
If you open the door between floors, there can be a fair gap between the shaft of the elevator and the frame of the elevator car.
There can be enough [space] for people to fall through.
But I think there's a general consensus that times have changed, and we've been more fortunate than anything else that we've only had 9/11.
This is the classic case of corporate paranoia. If they try to make the case that consumers are confused as to what is being sold here, that's absurd. You don't even have to be a baseball fan to recognize the difference between a Yankee Hater logo and a Yankees logo.
When you're caught up in that euphoria, it's hard to put it away and not acknowledge it.
Teams and security firms hired by teams have to be very cognizant of the potential tragedies that might arise when fans rush the court at the end of games. I think we've been lucky, to be honest. I think we've been really lucky that we haven't seen an awful event happening with fans rushing the court.