What a game yesterday!
One of the best big games that we have ever seen. Someone help me understand this please.
We are not allowed to call the event by its name. (You know, the two words – the first word starts with an ‘S’ and the second word starts with a ‘B’).
As I understand it, radio stations, TV stations, bars, restaurants, etc., can’t say it because it is copyrighted. We can say that the Pittsburg Steelers played the Arizona Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium a short 2 hour drive from Disney World in the big game this weekend. After the big game people went back to the Marriott Hotel and drank Budweiser or Jack Daniels with Coke to celebrate. That seems to be OK.
We can say that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were not present for the big game at Raymond James Stadium.
Why is it we can say Pittsburgh Steelers but not S**** B***? How come everyone who says Arizona Cardinals is fine as long as they don’t say that they lost the S**** B***?
I can understand not allowing people to sell items that use the logo’s, but when I’m chatting with my friends in a public place, if I call it its name, instead of the big game I hope I don’t get in trouble – because I said those words today a few times (of course I don’t dare write them).