sadly, it continues..

jimthewhofan at jimthewhofan at
Sat Jan 30 18:42:48 UTC 2010

 I am glad to see the NFL standing firm on this, as well as CBS.

 This might be the first halftime show I've watched ever. 


-----Original Message-----
From: JOELTLE515 at
To: thewho at
Sent: Fri, Jan 29, 2010 7:31 pm
Subject: sadly, it continues..

According to NBC Miami, there are still some people upset with the NFL in 
allowing Pete Townshend to perform at the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show 
on February 7th.

The advocacy group based in Brevard County Florida, Protect Our Children, 
are now mailing thousands of post cards to residents in Miami Gardens and the 
surrounding areas around Sun Life Stadium.

The NFL has held strong and is standing by its decision. The Who and Pete 
Townshend will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show in Miami as 
scheduled.  Pete Townshend was never convicted of a crime.
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