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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    "Zeus" wrote:
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    "Zeus" wrote:
    "MNgriff" wrote:
    Well I was hoping that with the magnitude of the game the providers would come to it's senses and reach a deal, but it appears that nothing will happen.
    Of course nothing will happen.
    It was folly to believe that anything would have happened in time for this game to be shown to the vast majority of fans.
    The NFL believes their niche programming - with only 8 actual games on it PER SEASON - should cost more to the consumer than CNN (for example) which provides far more original programming, for a much larger audience spectrum.
    AND the NFL believes EVERYONE should pay for it, not just those who are interested.

    I'm sure NodakPaul will be here shortly to champion the NFL and attack the cable companies, as he's their mouthpiece around PPO.
    NFL Network > CNN
    To you.


    Fortunately, what is right for Americans is not dependent on what The Mallet thinks.

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    To football fans.

    Fortunately, what is right for football fans is dependent on NFLN>Clinton News Network

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "MNgriff" wrote:
    Well I was hoping that with the magnitude of the game the providers would come to it's senses and reach a deal, but it appears that nothing will happen.
    Of course nothing will happen.
    It was folly to believe that anything would have happened in time for this game to be shown to the vast majority of fans.
    The NFL believes their niche programming - with only 8 actual games on it PER SEASON - should cost more to the consumer than CNN (for example) which provides far more original programming, for a much larger audience spectrum.
    AND the NFL believes EVERYONE should pay for it, not just those who are interested.

    I'm sure NodakPaul will be here shortly to champion the NFL and attack the cable companies, as he's their mouthpiece around PPO.
    NFL Network > CNN
    To you.


    Fortunately, what is right for Americans is not dependent on what The Mallet thinks.
    To football fans.

    Fortunately, what is right for football fans is dependent on NFLN>Clinton News Network
    Pretty sad, Ultra.
    Pretty darn sad.

    =Z=

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    I like the BBC, personally.
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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    I have NFLN so I'll be watching it, and I'm mean enough to not let anybody come over that doesn't have it

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

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    I have NFLN so I'll be watching it, and I'm mean enough to not let anybody come over that doesn't have it
    Just charge admission, and make them bring the beer (as long as it's not the beast).
    ;D

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    My roomate is a fudge packer fan and I hate Tony Homo and his .
    Who shall I ever root for?
    I think I'll just root for injuries and a competitive game.
    I have lab tonight, so I'll be recording the game on NFLN, which I love because I just fast forward through the commercials and the game takes half as long.
    Rock out with your cock out!!!

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    "SKOL" wrote:
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    I have NFLN so I'll be watching it, and I'm mean enough to not let anybody come over that doesn't have it
    Just charge admission, and make them bring the beer (as long as it's not the beast).

    ;D
    I thought the NFL frowned on that, didn't they stop some churches from holding super bowl parties?

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

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    [quote author=MNgriff link=topic=40125.msg681824#msg681824 date=1196355365]
    Well I was hoping that with the magnitude of the game the providers would come to it's senses and reach a deal, but it appears that nothing will happen.
    Of course nothing will happen.
    It was folly to believe that anything would have happened in time for this game to be shown to the vast majority of fans.
    The NFL believes their niche programming - with only 8 actual games on it PER SEASON - should cost more to the consumer than CNN (for example) which provides far more original programming, for a much larger audience spectrum.
    AND the NFL believes EVERYONE should pay for it, not just those who are interested.

    I'm sure NodakPaul will be here shortly to champion the NFL and attack the cable companies, as he's their mouthpiece around PPO.
    NFL Network > CNN
    To you.


    Fortunately, what is right for Americans is not dependent on what The Mallet thinks.
    To football fans.

    Fortunately, what is right for football fans is dependent on NFLN>Clinton News Network
    Pretty sad, Ultra.
    Pretty darn sad.

    =Z=
    [/quote]

    Now Fox News...that's a different story.

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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

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    [quote author=Zeus link=topic=40125.msg681843#msg681843 date=1196357374]
    [quote author=MNgriff link=topic=40125.msg681824#msg681824 date=1196355365]
    Well I was hoping that with the magnitude of the game the providers would come to it's senses and reach a deal, but it appears that nothing will happen.
    Of course nothing will happen.
    It was folly to believe that anything would have happened in time for this game to be shown to the vast majority of fans.
    The NFL believes their niche programming - with only 8 actual games on it PER SEASON - should cost more to the consumer than CNN (for example) which provides far more original programming, for a much larger audience spectrum.
    AND the NFL believes EVERYONE should pay for it, not just those who are interested.

    I'm sure NodakPaul will be here shortly to champion the NFL and attack the cable companies, as he's their mouthpiece around PPO.
    NFL Network > CNN
    To you.


    Fortunately, what is right for Americans is not dependent on what The Mallet thinks.
    To football fans.

    Fortunately, what is right for football fans is dependent on NFLN>Clinton News Network
    Pretty sad, Ultra.
    Pretty darn sad.

    =Z=
    [/quote]

    Now Fox News...that's a different story.
    [/quote]

    That's even worse.
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    Re: Dallas vs Green Bay

    "You are now entering a no spin zone...."


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