Hahaha, it is not that I didnt like it, I simply provided a different perspective that you didnt like. The context that I remember was if a coach was ripping you off when they asked you to pay up front and provided a discount in the offer. There is nothing wrong with that from an ethical and marketing perspective. You felt a student shouldn't pay upfront and if I remember right, you sided with the board members that felt the coach was ripping players off that way. I didn't care whether one paid or not, my point was the coach wasn't trying to rip anyone off. If you still feel the coach is ripping a student off by offering a discount and paying upfront for several lessons that is your choice. Once again, I offered my reasoning for my position and I stand by it. My henchmen? I think what bothers you is that a clear majority of people agree with me and I agree with them on many things because it is based on common sense, practices, insights, research, and facts that you don't like. A lot of this is like when I audit someone and they disagree with my finding and recommendation. Some of them fume, get beligerant, cuss, yell, and make threats at me for calling their cards. Yet I provide my evidence and my evidence is reasonable and substantiated. They have no argument and no path except to attack me personnally because I do not give in and I do not bend. If they continue to attack me personally I dig my heels and find more evidence because I know I am right and have the facts on my side. At some point they cave in and because they can't attack me anymore they start attacking those that agree with me, like the Federal Government, the State Government and other bodies of regulations, rules, guidelines, and laws. Sound familiar? It isn't about anyone but you buddy.