Adult streaming site offers to help NFL tackle technical glitches threatening to derail draft
Broadway theaters have been closed for over a month, as even the most die-hard lover of the scene has been forced to admit that there are certain situations where the show, in fact, shouldn’t go on, but many people are doing what they can to do business as usual in these decidedly unusual times.
The NFL Draft was scheduled to take place in Las Vegas this weekend, but the league experienced a slowdown after Sin City shut down. Given the circumstances, it didn’t seem like the CEOs who asked Roger Goodell to postpone the event were unreasonable, which is the word I would use to define his decision to punish executives who dare to question his supreme judgment.
After considering the options, the NFL decided the best solution was to host a virtual draft, which means the commissioner will announce picks in his basement rather than on a podium surrounded by hordes of fans who hate him (well that he suggested that boos might still be on the table).
It was really the only workable solution, but it also presented a number of potential issues, as at least one team worried about being potentially hacked and some coaches and executives were reluctant to allow people into their homes to set up the game. Equipment used to mitigate the possibility of a disaster occurring on draft night.
However, based on the dry run that allegedly took place on Monday, it seems the biggest blame is actually the technological incompetence of CEOs and other participants whose preferred form of troubleshooting is likely to be yelling at things. lifeless to work before recruiting a younger member of their household to “fix that unnecessary fucking shit”.
Anyone who recently tried to teach their parents how Zoom works could have seen it coming from a mile away, and now the NFL has only a few days to find a cure.
Fortunately, the league has someone ready to help, as adult streaming site CamSoda has offered the services of IT pros who make sure their performers don’t encounter any technical setbacks while keeping their fans entertained for themselves. ensure the NFL will be able to do the same.
Oh, and they’ve also added free memberships for good measure.
CamSoda has already offered to support Gardner Minshew and told Mitch Trubisky that he would be happy to provide him with alternative entertainment after he tried to turn off all televisions at the Bears’ training center. I doubt Goodell will end up reaching out, but I guess only time will tell if he regrets it based on how things turn out on Thursday.