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RE: Got reply from CUSA office
(02-04-2018 09:01 PM)bit_9 Wrote:  Same. Charge 6.99 a month for all cusa content. Period. All schools. That's kind of what I thought we were doing 2 years ago when it was supposed to be on the schools to be prepared to produce a stream.

Posted from mobile device. Hopefully it's coherent.

you're basically on the the right track......they're simply too stupid to see such....

think about it.....if your fan base is craving a resource to view all over a broad geographical expanse, AND finding such becomes a problem in today's world????

well, you're simply stupid....streaming is the only way to fly......I've been doing it on the .eu's for almost a decade now.....

this shite was laid out years ago during realignment and how the tv contracts were setup....

I really don't give a shite anymore....it's too late for our coos-coos dipshites to 'discover a clue....'

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