Less than a year after voters approved a $122 million tax levy, School District 2 needs more money.  This time, they're asking for between $800,000 and $1 million to fund new scoreboards for district sporting events.  In order to rebuild and replace the scoreboards, the District wants the State of Montana to loan them the money on a seven year note with two percent interest.

Which left Paul to ponder some interesting questions.  Have they had any trouble keeping score at games?  Did all the games have a winner?

The purpose of a scoreboard is to keep score.  If the scoreboards are capable of keeping the score, then they functioning adequately.

Mark has a great idea that might save the district some money.  Instead of spending $800 k for new scoreboards, pay him. For half the price, Mark will personally attend every sporting event in the district and yell out the score.