Imagine you’re rich. Super rich. Now, imagine you want to build yourself a clubhouse. Fun game so far, huh?
This clubhouse will be built in the middle of town, only you don’t want to have to pay for it. So, you convince your neighbors to pony up their money to pay for your shiny new clubhouse. Well, not so much convince as blackmail. See, if they don’t give you money to pay for the clubhouse, you will leave and take the town’s prized tourist attraction because, well, you own that, too.
So, they agree to build your clubhouse. Once built, you charge your neighbors an exorbitant fee to enter the clubhouse.
Sounds like a rotten deal, huh?
Interestingly enough, that’s exactly how most city stadiums are built. Sport tea