Comcast’s literal and figurative boner ignites Superbowl controversy

If you’re like most Seattleites, chances are you spent the immediate seconds after Larry Fitzgerald’s second Superbowl touchdown catch celebrating the possibility of a Pittsburgh Steeler loss. Fitzgerald, who took a Kurt Warner pass up the middle of the field for a 64-yard score, gave the Arizona Cardinals a lead in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter before the Steelers answered right back with a game-winning TD of their own.

Nevertheless, the fleeting moment of joy was exhilarating for Cards fans and Steeler haters alike. You have to imagine, in that moment, that if the atmosphere in the Emerald City was celebratory, it must have been downright insane in and around parts of Arizona. All of which leads us to porn.

Porn? Yes, porn. You can blame this one on Comcast (and who doesn’t want to blame one on Comcast?). They are the party most responsible for broadcasting a graphic, 30-second clip of hardcore porn that made its way into the homes of Tucson Comcast subscribers on Sunday. Comcast, for their part, has apologized, but continues to point the blame at a local TV affiliate who they say should be taking the heat for the unfortunate incident. Whatever Comcast, you can suck it while I shove my TV and internet bill up your ass.

For the purposes of journalistic integrity, I viewed the clip and can honestly say I’m not impressed. It’s a guy’s penis. There’s a girl nearby. He shakes his penis in front of the camera as if to say, “Take that Steeler Nation!” It barely qualifies as porn. But I’m sure all those Bible-thumping, FCC letter-writers probably had the shock of their lifetime when that johnson crawled onto their television sets. Consider that payback for the three-year cancellation of Family Guy.

One more thing, consider this a gift. You can access an article by CLICKING HERE that subsequently provides a link to the video. Enjoy.

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