Thursday, November 29, 2007

Salzman was right! Why didn't we listen?

I can't find the LTE that Richard did a while back on the NFL Network and the cable rip off to us local football fans. Wouldn't you know that tonight's Packer/Cowboy game will not be available to us normal cable subscribers! Both teams at 10-1 and this could be a game for the ages. May have to go to Bear River to watch. Anyone out there know where else you can watch this game?

9 comments:

Andrew Bird said...

Isn't Richard Salzman always right?

Shane said...

Richard, welcome to the legion of "prog" minions! We are happy to have you and your fellow sports fans! I will report back to comrade Salzman with the glorious news of your conversion!

The mighty fist of the football loving proletariat will crush the capitalist pig-dogs who seek to limit our television sporting event consumption!

Andrew Bird said...

Is it on at the Red Lion?

You can also go to this page.... http://www.nfl.com/live?campaign=ma_fan0136&refcode=nfl-ed_1127NL

....and watch it online. I'll probably listen to it on satellite radio.

The Boy Most Likely to ... said...

My friend has a dish.

Pat Bowlen, owner of the Denver Broncos was not at all sympathetic to those fans who did not have access to NFL Network. Last year, in response to questions about how fans could see the game on Thanksgiving Evening, he simply said"

"get a Dish!"

so, we dish less fans suffer.

-boy

mresquan said...

I'd bet that the AA has it on.

samoasoftball said...

Changed my mind and went to Arcata-Cardinal Newman game with my Buddy Perry. Two kids from the Peninsula played for Arcata, Timmy Couch and Dylan Kahle. Newman won the game and was led by some freshman guard that was skinny and played point. The kid had no turnovers and scored 18 I think. I will have to look at the paper. Incredible for a 14 year old? Now I will watch the Warriors if I can talk Robin out of the remote.

EkoVox said...

Damn, and I was hoping the corporate advertisers would have implanted more consumer images into your brain just prior to the holidays by watching that NFL game. Oh well, they'll get you on Sunday.

Anonymous said...

Almost anyplace outside of Humboldt

Anonymous said...

It's nice to see that Salzman and Marks are TACKLING (get it?) the big issues these days.