What a frustrating game. Frustrating for Stanford, frustration with officials and frustration for C and R who couldn’t WATCH the game. Frustration for C’s spell checker that hates those fragmented and run on sentences. Let’s recap our experience and the game, if you are not too bummed out already.
- First, C sets DVD to record ESPNU. Then drives to work.
- R calls and says we don’t get ESPNU on our crappy cable plan.
- C says she wouldn’t be able to set the DVR to record if we don’t get the channel, because a day without C and R arguing is a day without sunshine, which it was this morning.
- R says well, she just set her DVR to record even though she doesn’t get that channel, so there goes that logic. Sometimes C and R can be really dumb about technology.
- C changes five lanes to avoid the 22 Eastridge bus, the same one that takes you to Stanford.
- R says she is still coming over tonight to eat all of C’s homemade chili, even though they can’t get the game
- C stews all day at work, then gets stuck a half hour later than planned, getting in car at 5:30 PM, game started 4:30 or something.
- C calls R on hands free device to avoid ticket and be safe.
- R reports Stanford losing at the half 32-26.
- C stuck in traffic, R following Gametracker. Frustrating all around.
- R then says why don’t you turn on your car radio as you can pick up the Stanford station?
- For living in high tech Silicon Valley, sometimes C can be so really dumb about any technology.
- C turns on radio just in time to hear Stanford scores 4 straight points to start the half. Then the foul calls come. The KSZU boys were pretty cute with their Stanford loyalty and lack of objectivity, so we were not sure if the fouls were truly earned or not.
- C pulls into driveway and runs inside during another questionable foul call on Stanford and turns off KSZU on car radio and turns on live streaming of KSZU online. Sometimes C can be pretty smart about technology.
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