As many readers may have noticed earlier today, it turns out that there is a labyrinth in the works for the Cincinnati Riverfront Park. This is wonderful news for the CLP, right? Wrong, dreadfully wrong. When Alex and I got together this morning to discuss the matter we were initially left with a sense of listlessness. "Where do we go from here?" we asked ourselves. For all intents and purposes we should view this as a victory, he claimed. I must respectfully disagree. We have only made it halfway across the bridge, dear labyrinth enthusiasts. We began this organization to do these two things:
1. Sell the Bengals
2. Build a labyrinth in Paul Brown Stadium
Checking one of those off the list is not a victory. We must soldier forth, never allowing ourselves to be distracted from our TWO main objectives. There is enough room in this city for two labyrinths, and the one we are proposing will be one built on a much greater scale and with greater meaning contained in its twisting stone caverns. If you think that this is some sort of win for the CLP, I urge you to refer back to our original mission statement. I, and the rest of the CLP, stand by those words unwaveringly. The CRP can have their labyrinth. In fact, it will be a welcome little sister to the one contained within Paul Brown Stadium. Never let up Cincinnati labyrinth enthusiasts! If anything, this proves that there is a market for our cause!