Dan Snyder‘s anti-solvent theme park chain, Six Flags, should be out of its misery very soon.

Stock in Snyder’s company, which sold for nearly $12 a share around the time he took over its board of directors, was selling for a quarter during today’s trading.

A quarter.

Twenty five cents.

That means it would cost you 140 shares of Snyder’s stock to park at Snyder’s football stadium.

A quarter!

Is this the story of the year or what?

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