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September 13, 2006

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Frank

The survivor spoilers remind me of a group that "hacked" multiplayer games by figuring out code that would give certain members of the community invincible weaponry. There was a nice note somewhere explaining why that kind of behavior ought to be discouraged. It may well be "innovation," but it spoils the gaem for the rest of the people. THe game is about succeeding under a certain set of rules, not circumventing them. And in the SUrvivor context, the game is about watching the drama of the competition, not figuring out who won.

Phil

As a fan, I would like to participate in a particular media phenomenon in the following way:

I would like a mute code for Joe Theisman during the NFL's Monday Night Football broadcasts.

Much as I can (or so I'm lead to believe) enable or disable subtitles, or watch certain channels in other languages if I know the right series of buttons to press on my remote control, I would like ESPN to implement a theisman/no-theisman option.

Perhaps they could take it a step further and allow fans to select from a pallette of color and play-by-play commentators. I'm sure we'd all benefit.

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