|LiveJournal Community Meets 100-Level Collegiate Discussion.
||[Dec. 18th, 2004|12:30 am]
I would wager that of all those who read what I write . . . even those quick-readers who only glance from the friends page . . . of all those who read, less than 5 percent of you give a flying turd about American Football.
Despite this . . . I present to you an interesting link, remotely so, considering that we share LiveJournal as at least one common interest.
Without further hesitation . . .
What happens when an NFL LJ-community breaks out into a crash course in business and economic theory?
Chances are, it is a result of sauce1977's participation and/or moderation.
Yeah, they can't beat the Detroit out of me.
you know, i hadnt even thought about the responsibility ea now bears as the sole video game representative of the nfl. everyone i talked to has been concerned about their lack of incentive to bust a little ass on next year's version, especially since that $50 million had to be budgeted away from some other area of theirs; maybe a little from testing, a little from coding, whatever. or maybe it'll all come from the tiger woods budget since they've pretty much hit the ceiling for golf games.
thank you, i feel better now.
I really do appreciate your efforts, jackwilson
. You're welcome.
It's really nice to have an option to discuss even the most loosely-related material to the game.
I will try not to be too harsh on Mike Vick, but like this surge of anti-corporate in the face of the EA deal . . . I have to play a counter-point to the established majority. These uphill battles are sometimes painful . . .
Yet, the anti-EA/biz/econ stuff happened to be right in my wheelhouse.
and hopefully you're right about it. makes sense to me, at least.
mike's giving you a lot of fodder so far tonight... :(
Holy shit, it's a barn burner.