Absolute power corrupts absolutely

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Kristopher Koller, Newbury Park, Calif.

Reading the People Of Power and Influence issue, I think, yet again, someone has missed the mark.

Flyers and Comcast owner Ed Snider is ranked 18th.

As the owner of a company that looks likely to be responsible for something like one-third of American NHL fans to miss the majority of this season's Stanley Cup playoffs, Snider wields much more power than was afforded to him in this list!



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