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  1. 6 hours ago, ALLEN-2-DIGGS-TD!! said:

    Might be a good move for the NFL to allow teams to carry more than 53 players as a buffer. Thoughts?

    If players start testing positive to the point where they need larger rosters to replace those battling covid, there probably isn’t going to be NFL football this year. 

  2. 7 hours ago, ExiledInIllinois said:

    Cells will get busy in emergency.  Best to keep LandLine. 


    There is 24 volts  on a LandLine.  You can hack a charge  off it.  Why anyone wants to remove this infrastructure  is beyond me.  Just  leave the NIC box there.  It's  like a "Sleeping Jesus" in the event of a disaster or emergency. 



    I think when I cancelled my landline 3-4 years ago, basic service was up to $55-60 a month.  Best to keep your landline?...I don't think so.


    PS in an emergency, I can charge my cell phone off my car battery. ;) 

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  3. On 6/14/2020 at 7:17 PM, WhoTom said:

    They own everything up to and including the box. Have them remove it.


    Phone lines carry power, so cutting the wire and leaving the cut part in the ground could cause trouble. (Maybe they cut the power when your service was disconnected, but I wouldn't take the chance.) If they troubleshoot it and find where the cause is, they could give you a hard time.



    On 6/14/2020 at 7:28 PM, Happy said:

    Have Verizon come out and remove it.  Better safe than sorry.

    I will give them a call.  Thx.


    [edited]Pleasantly surprised.  Not only is Verizon coming out to remove the interface box, there is no charge.  I didn't include in my OP that underground wiring if still needed would have to be relocated as we are having a concrete pad poured where wiring comes out of the ground to the interface box.  So at this point, why bother with a relocation.

  4. On 6/9/2020 at 8:32 AM, SlimShady'sSpaceForce said:

    Pools are a PITA.   


    Lots of maintenance even w/o young kids mucking things up.  


    I’m in WNY and had an above ground pool for 7-8 years when my daughter was between 9-17.  As soon as she tired of it, I tore it down.  Season is just too short in WNY.  I can’t believe the number of people here who plunk down 25k and up for inground pools.  Most people I know that have them,  do not extend their season that much with a heater. 

  5. 26 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:


    They need to replace him as play by play, too.


    He's horrible.


    Touchdown touchdown touchdown...Shady touchdown touchdown.  


    Put him out to pasture.  Just because he has been there a long time, doesn’t mean he deserves to continue as long as he wants. 

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  6. 8 hours ago, The Wiz said:

    ...There will be grills, fire barrels, flaming tables, etc. along with lots of alcohol that will keep the people from sitting in their cars for 3 hours.

    First off, there is almost no chance the NFL gives them permission to show the games.


    ...and if by some miracle they do get to show the games, there is no way the drive-in is allowing any of the above...outside of alcohol you bring in. 

  7. 1 hour ago, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

    As opposed to say, the innumerable talking heads on ESPN who don't give a flip about the Bills? What would make Jim's comments any less newsworthy for discussion on this board?

    I would vote for none of them.  😱

    Is a new thread needed every time some former player or talking head opens their mouth?

  8. 4 minutes ago, Buffalo_Stampede said:

    Bills don't want that type of advertising. Trust me it's worse for the Bills that he's wearing Bills gear in the arrest video. 

    No way to prove either way, so we will agree to disagree.  

  9. Just now, Buffalo_Stampede said:

    Damn just watched the video. Why did he have to have a Bills shirt on. 

    What difference does it make? Anyone reporting on the story and using the video is going to state that he is a member of the team anyways

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