The greatest invention for house-hunting Patriots fans
When I was house-hunting 20 years or so ago, I was faced with a dilemma: go to Open Houses or watch the Patriots. At that time, Drew Bledsoe – great servant of the Pats that he was – had started that habit of throwing interceptions off the back foot when under pressure, particularly in the second half. When that happened, my decision was easy – get way from the TV and go to Open Houses. It was partly a belief that if I was not watching the Patriots would come back and win.
And thanks to Bledsoe, I went to an Open House of the house we eventually bought.
But today’s Pats fans don’t have to make the choice between watching the game and buying a house. The greatest invention for Pats fans – indeed for all sports fans – is the DVR. Simply tape the game and watch it later. And for those of us not brought up on the belief that 60 minutes of football should take 3 hours to play, fast forward is a blessing.
So GO PATS – and go to Open Houses!
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Andrew Oliver is a Realtor with Harborside Sotheby’s International Realty. Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated