So I had no idea where to post this, since its not about a Houston sports team or the Texans, or even football. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2597721 Yesterday, 1,000+ angry Orioles fan walked out of their home game at exactly 5:08 PM in a protest meant to send a signal to the management of the team. So you tell me? Are these people fans? There was so much debate last season because Texans "fans" left the games early, refused to attend games, refused to cheer at games, and finally wanted the team to lose just so McNair would get the message that something drastic needs to happen. Are these two very different? It worked in Houston, the dwindling attendance, excitement, and increasing loss totals drove McNair to boot out the old regime and start with a fresh, new prospect. Do you think it'll work in Baltimore?