This doesn’t make any sense to me. This is the dialog box I get when I click on links. Why is NFL Mobile an option?
Well, I went ahead and tried it for shits and giggles. Verizon wanted me to subscribe for the service, and since I’m not a huge football fan (except around super bowl times), I declined.
I’ll never know what could have happened. I know one thing for sure: I probably wouldn’t have been able to read why choosing a tricked out iMac over a Mac Pro is a better idea.
Still, this seems like an odd bug… but a humorous one none the less. Does the NFL Mobile app open links within the app maybe? My football fans can fill me in on a later date. In the meantime, I’ll stick with normal non-footbally apps.
If this video doesn’t work… I am sorry. Just a dumb reposted vine video.
Oh and follow me on vine for more fun: @mattdfowler
I wanted to share this somewhere like Twitter or Facebook, but it’s just too damn huge for all that. Ain’t nobody got time for dat on their feed. So I decided to post it on my site. It’s from MemeCenter (at least that is where I got it) — I’m sure it’s all over the internet. Enjoy:
I have no clue what this has to do with Valentines Day, but it’s funny and I ‘m using it as a Valentines Greeting.
Maybe because the statue resembles Cupid? I don’t know, just enjoy it.
If you’ve followed my blog, or any of my social networks, for any length of time then you’ll know my feelings toward the cable network owned by Comcast, known as G4. To summarize, in 2004 Comcast purchased the 24-hour technology cable TV network TechTV, then owned by Vulcan Ventures, and promptly dismantled it. Focusing more on pop culture and less about technology, they dumped nearly all the talent from that network and canceled several of the veteran shows. They moved production to Los Angeles, and renamed one it’s most popular shows, The Screen Savers, to Attack of the Show.
Recently, Esquire acquired G4. That is irony at its finest.
With all that being said, my feelings for G4 have been all negative up until this point. Attack of the Show had it’s series finale, and invited two special guests to cameo in this classy sign off:
Now, I think that is a great way to end an era.
With the possibility of a world ending, the inauguration of a president, and soft-core cable porn still in bloom — it’s nice to see everyone is still alive and kicking. I’ve started a new job (technically I did last year) and I’ve been extremely busy. I promise to start updating this site a lot more. I’ll even live stream sometime soon and reconnect with you. Follow me on instagram. I have nothing more to say for right now.
We made it another year. Whew.
The World Didn’t End, just like we knew it wouldn’t. Or, maybe it did end — and the internet kept on trucking.
I’m going with it didn’t end.