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  1. threetoedpete

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    Just a heads up for all of the LYB mossbacks:NFL Network is running the 90' & 91' season Highlights of the Oilers today @ 4 pm.
     
  2. Mr. White

    Mr. White H-Town Beatdown

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    Seems like anytime I see Oilers highlights nowadays it's the '92 Buffalo playoff game.
     
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    mexican_texan Furry Tractors

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    That's too bad. I really enjoyed it.
     
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    Bud Adams is one dirty guy. He should have atleast let Houston keep the Oiler colors, so we could have gotten the Cleveland package, a little late, but could have still gotten it. I would have liked to have a new-generation of Oilers here.
     
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    I remember watching the Oilers because of Bo Orlando. He is from my hometown and everyone in PA flew Houston Oilers flags in their yards.
     
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    I get punished with seeing that game at least 1-2 times a year. :crying: I'm cursed!

    Agree with you 100% on Adams, but could not be further from your opinion on the colors. Smurf/baby/colombia blue is just not a mean color. It looks great in a baby boy's room, tho'! ;)
     
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    Time Warner sucks!
     
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    powerfuldragon g'mornin to you

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    I have Time Warner, and I am getting NFL Network. It helps that my mom is a supervisor over there, too. Just go to nfl.com/nflnetwork, click Time Warner, and they will have a list of cities where you can call to get NFL Network. Houston was one of them.
     
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    Yeah well you get what you give...or sew what you reap what ever. All he wanted was a new stadium. He's a wessel no doubt, but when you get right down to it, all he wanted was a new stadium. The guy was an easy target and burned too many bridges. Oilers are dead Long live the Texan's.

    Sorry about that Luv ya Blue. I've got a spare DirectTV receiver if you get the itch to sell some of those cards. :crying:
     
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    I remember reading somewhere, that the first time Bud Adams stepped into Reliant Stadium, he just said "WOW!!" Should have waited, huh Bud??
     
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    I thought Time Warner Houston didn't get NFL Network. If I can get it that would be awesome!
     
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    The NFL Ticket has a deal with DirecTV. I don't see Time Warner picking up the NFL Ticket anytime soon.

    Some of us are absolutely stuck with Time Warner. I live in an apartment in which the balcony faces the wrong way.
     
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    Why are you moving to Montana?
     
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    You have to call them. Go here to get NFL Network
     
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    Just heard Comcast is switching markets with time warner. GL to you and you're family man. Hope evething works out for y'all,Guerilla.
     
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    Becuase he can. Lucky dog. :bowser:

    I do have a receiver, but figgure you're not going to lug it 1500 miles. Heard it was going all the
    way up to 69 in the paradise valley today. Take me with ya ?
     

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