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Super Bowl Porn Glitch

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http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2009/02/02/comcast-apologizes-for-super-bowl-porn-glitch/

HAHAHAHA I bet they saw a tight end that got some receiving!!!! :lol:

Comcast is examining whether a malicious attack is behind the interruption of the company’s Super Bowl coverage Sunday by a pornographic film in some areas of Tucson. The interruption, which lasted less than 30 seconds, affected customers watching the company’s standard definition coverage but not high-definition customers, a Comcast spokeswoman said.

NICE! :D

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On a Subaru forum I frequent, they had the clip for download. Not worth it.

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Lol, thats awesome...

I can only imagine some of the akwardness that happened in the areas where it was broadcast.

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this could probably have been the work of disgruntle player Boldin. Maybe?

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Awesome.

I bet that got really weird around some households.

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Actually it was just a tape of the officials in the Steelers locker room over halftime.

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Actually it was just a tape of the officials in the Steelers locker room over halftime.

lol :D

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