It's supporters like those, and only a season or so ago, the majority, that have kept Wenger in a job for so long.
If all supporters were like them, it would mean the board and Wenger could carry on dismantling the club for as long as they want.
This is nothing to do with getting thrashed by a well run, top European football club, who's ambitions are more than making a profit.
This is about a manager who's stubbornness and arrogance have seen repeating the same mistakes, with the same outcome, and watch the club get overtaken by all our rivals.
All this has been happening for several seasons, and yet Wenger has been defended constant by a large number of supporters who see him as never being able to do anything wrong.
I said a while ago that I thought we would struggle to get a top four place, but I have changed my mind.
We aren't going to struggle at all, I would say finishing outside of the top four is almost assured and we will lose at least one of our best players.
The amazing thing about the game against Bayern Munich wasn't the result but that after the game Wenger said, he can't understand it and said we lacked mental strength.
He might as well say, I don't know what I'm doing.
He is the only person in football that thought we had mental strength so it's hardly a surprise when we proved we never had it.
It also proves that this team has stagnated to a level that I'm not sure even a Guardiola, Simeone or Klopp could sort out.