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sparkosaurus

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  • Birthdate
    11/03/70
  • Washington Football Team Fan Since
    1973
  • Favorite Washington Football Team Player
    Darrell Green
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    Chicago, IL
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    60660
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    Music, gadgets, computers, magic, cannabis, food, wine, travel, video games
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    Cannabis Business Consultant

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  1. I was totally thinking about writing this as well! I don't like to correct folks but I remember when someone told this to me and I was super thankful. Another alternative is "irrespective."
  2. If you have good internet connectivity, you can get Sunday Ticket without using DirecTV....just point your browser to: sundayticket.tv You can watch games on your computer, your tablet, or your TV with the proper hardware attached....here's all of the supported hardware: COMPATIBLE DEVICES AND SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The following devices have been certified (device / OS can support all NFL Sunday Ticket features) for the NFL SUNDAY TICKET app. However, you may be able to download and use the app on a device that is not included in this list. Addition
  3. I get Sunday Ticket through my XBox and although I live in Chicago, I can assure you that if a game is on local TV or national TV, it will be blacked out on Sunday Ticket. One workaround you can use is a VPN. You can get a VPN service pretty cheap ($5-10 a month or so?) which allows you to log into a web service (in this case, Sunday Ticket) from another part of the world using a proxy. I use Hide My Ass. It's a little more expensive, but it allows me to pick a specific city to log in from. I choose a large metro area that would fall outside the blackout area...like New York. Sunday Ticket thi
  4. I don't think "Game Rewind" is a thing anymore...it's all Game Pass now (outside of Sunday Ticket, which is live). From their website: When will regular season and Postseason games be made available on NFL Game Pass? Broadcast versions of Sunday morning and afternoon games (9:30am ET, 1pm ET & 4pm ET) are available by 8pm ET on Sunday. Broadcast versions of Sunday Night, Monday Night, Thursday Night and Saturday NFL games are available soon after the conclusion of the applicable game telecast. If you are accessing NFL Game Pass through a free trial, Thursday
  5. If you missed the game last night....you can find the condensed version (just snap to snap) here: http://bit.ly/1Et5khn Note that you can adjust the resolution as high as 720p in the bottom right corner. Enjoy.
  6. Why are there no replies in the forum?

  7. I realize I'm a bit late to the party....but I work in photoshop for a living and couldn't resist....hope you enjoy... this needs no caption.
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