Thursday, July 28, 2011

I think the NFL lockout was the least siginificant MAJOR news story that I can remember

It's pretty funny to me how excited people were the other day to hear that "football was back."  I've got news for you: it never went anywhere.  For 136 days most major media outlets continually reported on something that wasn't really news at all.  All 136 of those days took place during what people in the know like to refer to as "the offseason."  I'm pretty sure nobody was expecting the NFL to play any games this past May, June, and July.  The final end result of the lockout was one pre-season game cancelled.  Not one week of games missed; one game.  And last I checked the biggest complaint from season ticket holders was having to buy tickets to meaningless exhibition games anyway.

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