Yep. I figured as much. You didn't go to TCU. You've only had tickets for two years. You literally have no darning clue, which explains why YOU are the one that continues to miss the main points. BTW, I'm extremely fiscally conservative, and very pro-capitalism, so your .gif is very off base. I'm sick of wasting my time trying to explain basic concepts to you. You're clearly incapable of comprehending them. But I'll break this down for you one last time: Money Talks. People that cough up the most money, deserve the best seats. I've never once argued against this basic truth. This concept is not the problem. The problem is that TCU has put in place a system that incentivizes and encourages hoarding tickets to the ultimate degree. Our top donors should AND do have access to the very best seats. In a perfect world, our top tier donors should occupy our top tier seats (i.e. west side lower bowl, suites, and club seats). After that, our second tier donors/fans should be occupying our next tier of seats (i.e. chair back east side seats and chair back seats in the 300s), then the next best seats should go to our next best donors/ fans, etc, etc. Ultimately REAL TCU FANS/SEASON TICKET HOLDERS should be sitting in our best seats, providing the BEST possible atmosphere for our team. Unfortunately this doesn't happen. Our top tier donors/fans control our top tier AND second tier seats. Our second tier seats are occupied by opposing fans that buy these seats on stub hub, while our second tier fans sit in third tier seats. THAT is our problem. Our real fans aren't occupying our best seats. Not only do our fans suffer, but our team suffers too. SO CUT THE SHIP. Especially the ship trying to imply I'm some some socialist bernie sanders advocate. With all of that said, thanks for your support though. TCU needs non alumni, like you, buying tickets and giving money.