The arrogance of “Save the Tribune” proves it should die

Here’s a hypothetical scenario: your favorite grocery store has been in a partnership with supermarket giant Kroger to help reduce its operating costs. Even though it’s been trying really hard, it just doesn’t seem to be able to make it as a business and keeps downsizing. Then the possibility comes up that Kroger may be interested in buying out your store. In response, a few die-hard fans of the local grocery store start proclaiming that if that happens, you’ll never be able to buy groceries in the town again. Sounds…