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Cisco To Power New Yankee Stadium

The House that Ruth Built is just about gone, to be replaced by the house that...Steinbrenner? Jeter? surely not Torre...built. Anyway, Cisco is going to be doing some cool stuff in the new Yankee Stadium. Of course, RCPU's official position on this is the same as its official position on all things New York Yankees: BOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! (By the way, if you're a non-Yankees baseball fan, we'll warn you that the lead paragraph of the story linked might cause you to vomit all over your keyboard.)

Posted by Lee Pender on November 12, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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