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December 6th, 2010

What Are the Odds?

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So what are the odds that the cable internet would go out in both Indianapolis and Evanston at the same time on Sunday evening, just as we were getting geared up to write the best NCN post ever  . .  . and that it would stay out well past our respective bedtimes?  But there you have it.  But not to worry, we will be back on Wednesday.

And for the record, did we get a bit paranoid for a minute?  Well, sure, but it was just a garden variety breakdown–or so they say!–at Comcast in the Midwest and in Boston and perhaps elsewhere as well.  Could we have gotten around it if we had to?  Sure, but we took the easy out.  We’ll make it up to you later.

The NCN Guys

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