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Leeroy Jenkins PhD

Bucs and the Junk Fax Protection Act of 2005

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If they knowingly violated the law, the fines could triple. 90 million x 3........

 

 

this. it's going to be interesting to see how the organization handles this

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Looks like they should have saved there money instead of paying Revis...

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At least they have cannons on the ship they can use to easily tear down the New Sombrero.

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Wtf were they faxing?

 

the article doesn't mention it specifically but it says it coincided with the 2009 decline in attendance at RJ stadium, so it's more than likely an actual advertisement to get people in the stands.

 

i wish we had more bucs fans here to smack talk to, this could get fun

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A Gainesville business, exasperated by faxed ads for Buccaneers tickets several years ago, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Tampa earlier this week, alleging the football franchise violated a federal statute that outlaws "junk faxes."

 

 

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i wonder if apple roof cleaning got a fax

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Better question is does Apple Roof even know what a Fax Machine is?

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bahahahahahaha they could be in trouble to the tune of $270mil.

I can think of a bigger rip off than that on this team

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spamma bay marketeers

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