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05-02-2011, 02:11 PM
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Better than the 80's...

Sort of...

Shutup.
90s was the best.

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Better than the 80's...

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Shutup.
Those of us who were actually subjected to butterfly collars, bell-bottom skinny jeans, exposed chest hair, gold medallions, polyester suits, snap button cowboy shirts, platform shoes, disco, afros and those tiny little shorts in the NBA will take 80's fashion any day of the week and twice on Sunday...


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Hypercolor t-shirts were radical.

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that bail bonds company would be better off advertising at Raiders games wouldn't they?

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that bail bonds company would be better off advertising at Raiders Dodgers games wouldn't they?
maybe too soon?

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Those of us who were actually subjected to butterfly collars, bell-bottom skinny jeans, exposed chest hair, gold medallions, polyester suits, snap button cowboy shirts, platform shoes, disco, afros and those tiny little shorts in the NBA will take 80's fashion any day of the week and twice on Sunday...

This sounds wonderful...

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maybe too soon?
Wholesome.

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I wanted to make hypercolor hockey jerseys. But then I thought about how nasty that would actually look

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90s was the best.
50-60s was the best time period ever.

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50-60s was the best time period ever.
the Roaring 20s was the best!

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the Roaring 20s was the best!
Please. Uncivilized.


I mean, just look at their war uniforms:

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Please. Uncivilized.


I mean, just look at their war uniforms:


but they knew how to party!

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50-60s was the best time period ever.
All you have to do to get there is take your avatar and put a pair of bell bottoms on him.

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As for Sunday’s Red Wings/Sharks Game 2, the broadcast on NBC drew a 14.0/27 in the Detroit market, and a 4.3/14 in the San Jose/San Francisco/Oakland “Bay Area” market. The numbers in Detroit are well up from the 11.9/25 for Game 2 of Red Wings/Coyotes on April 17th, which was also available on CBC. As for the Bay Area, the most recent numbers we have for comparison is the 5.6 the Sharks drew in the market for Game 1 of the Western Conference Final against Chicago last year, as well as the 4.4 the market drew for Game 4 of that very same series. Overall, a pretty good weekend for all four areas.
http://puckthemedia.wordpress.com/20...r-the-weekend/

Pathetic. Damn you, Bay Area. I wonder what San Jose specific ratings are like. But then again, it's ****in noon.

edit: we drew nationally as much as Philly-Buffalo though:
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2011 Stanley Cup Playoff Overnights

Apr. 16 – Phoenix vs. Detroit, Game 2: 1.1
Apr. 17 – Washington vs. NY Rangers, Game 3: 1.3
Apr. 23 – NY Rangers vs. Washington, Game 5: 1.3
Apr. 24 – Philadelphia vs. Buffalo, Game 6: 1.6
Apr. 30 – Boston vs. Philadelphia, Game 1: 1.5
May 1 – Detroit vs. San Jose, Game 2: 1.6
Average To Date: 1.4

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All you have to do to get there is take your avatar and put a pair of bell bottoms on him.
No, all I have to do is watch this:


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Pathetic. Damn you, Bay Area. I wonder what San Jose specific ratings are like.
Traditionally, they have been under 4.0 for reg. season. Don't look lightly on the numbers, they blow away the numbers for the teams in the southern part of the state. There aren't many US west. conf. teams above the Sharks although Detroit is one. IIRC, Sharks are in the top 4 for the US west. conf. Last year they tied Boston for raw viewer count at one point.


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Traditionally, they have been under 4.0 for reg. season. Don't look lightly on the numbers, they blow away the numbers for the teams in the southern part of the state. There aren't many west. conf. teams above the Sharks although Detroit is one. IIRC, Sharks are in the top 4 for the west. conf. Last year they tied Boston for raw viewer count at one point.
Yeah, I just get jealous of Pitt/Bos/Phi/Det markets. I wonder if they'll go over 10.0 if we're in the SC Finals.

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So we have 20% less viewership than detroit? Or is that not how this works. >_>

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So we have 20% less viewership than detroit? Or is that not how this works. >_>
The first number says that 14% of all TVs in Detroit were tuned in to the game, while for us it was only 4.3%

The second number says that 27% of all the people watching TV at that time slot in Detroit were watching the game. For us, it's 14%.

I think.

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The first number says that 14% of all TVs in Detroit were tuned in to the game, while for us it was only 4.3%

The second number says that 27% of all the people watching TV at that time slot in Detroit were watching the game. For us, it's 14%.

I think.
Yeah, but then you have to go to market size. 1% might equal 24000 homes in the Bay Area, but it might only equal 10000 homes in Detroit. Detroit, Buffalo and Pitt all have huge numbers by percent, but their raw numbers can actually be a lot lower than other markets. They have the various market size numbers on the BOH forum.

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Yeah, but then you have to go to market size. 1% might equal 24000 homes in the Bay Area, but it might only equal 10000 homes in Detroit. Detroit, Buffalo and Pitt all have huge numbers by percent, but their raw numbers can actually be a lot lower than other markets. They have the various market size numbers on the BOH forum.
Also, you have to look at the cities of Buffalo, Detroit and Pittsburgh and realize that most of those TVs were left on by the people fleeing the city...

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Also, you have to look at the cities of Buffalo, Detroit and Pittsburgh and realize that most of those TVs were left on by the people fleeing the city...
Boo. But Buffalo has a pretty big Canadian population, no? It might influence the viewership too.

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