Banking on something happening in "a matter of time" while burning cash in the meantime is not necessarily a viable business model, as they found out when the dot.com boom busted. A lot of the dot.com's were "right" as to what the internet ultimately would be. But they were wrong in terms of having a viable business model. As they say in the financial markets, the only difference between being early and being wrong is that there is no difference.
Not saying that that's VSiN's business model, but was responding to the suggestion that it was.
Are you still 86ed from South Point?
I like the idea of VSIN but most guests are clowns....and I have always been a Musberger fan....
with their bowl preview, make sure you purchase the xmas gifts early
the talk is always great at the pool party
wish/hope the dive in to the deep end
Other than Gill's show, and sometimes Amal Shah (sp?), there doesn't seem to be much handicapping talk. A lot of talk about where the money is going, and general sports talk. I get tired of hearing the linemakers. We've seen sharp money get buried plenty of weeks in the NFL.
I'm not going to say drop Musberger, but JK is a must pickup for them. But, he's a professional in his business and doesn't need advice from us. VSIN might need our advice, tho.youmans was a good pick up....but JK and youmans would be better.... that way when things go legal it would be must see tv/radio ..... drop musberger too