All of those red jerseys are San Francisco 49er fans watching their team take on the Dallas Cowboys in yesterday’s game. But what makes this picture so shocking?
This game was played in Arlington, Texas . . . home of the Cowboys.
Estimates suggest up to 50% of those in attendance were supporting the visiting team. However, judging by this picture, I can’t help but believe that number was higher.
It’s quite obvious that, while San Francisco’s defense was intercepting Tony Romo during the game, San Francisco’s fans had intercepted game tickets before the game.
Here’s an interesting article from the Telegraph on the exodus from Facebook:
“I logged in north, south, east and west. I checked it at work and during Sunday rest. I liked and commented, posted status and song. I thought Facebook would last forever: I was wrong.
“Apologies if that feels like a bit of a heavy introduction for a piece on the decline of Facebook amongst my peers but – like Auden’s love – I had always assumed the network would be [a] constant presence in my life.”
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