Labor Day has become an unofficial line of demarcation of the end of summer and the beginning of fall. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the first Labor Day was in 1887 and was created to honor the achievements of American workers for their contribution made to the strength, prosperity and the well being of our country. Fast forward to 2018, for some people Labor Day means a great day for shopping for deals or for traditional Fashionistas it’s the last day to wear white until next Memorial Day! For others, Labor Day is a fun day of gathering with family and friends for a barbecue. And even with the polarizing controversy that rebel Kaepernick spun into motion where Pundits have commented that the NFL stands for “Not For Long” or “No Fans Left”, there will always be stubborn Diehards who will be able to overlook the political implications just to be able to watch their favorite game. So in honor of these tenacious fans, I’m sharing a link of an article that I stumbled upon by Ralph Zubiate with Komando.com that explains some of “The Best Places to Live Stream Football This Fall”. Zubiate goes into detail with instructions on the 4 main ways to access: Sunday football, Monday football, Thursday football, college football and NFL Sunday football. So football Aficionados go to: https://www.komando.com/happening-now/484448/the-best-places-to-live-stream-football-this-fall to learn Zubiate’s tips and tricks on how-to live stream football games.
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