I am not a diehard cricket fan. Let me rephrase : I don’t watch cricket at all. But the recent hype about IPL got me into a search on Friday, also known as the “The search for the lost channel”.
Now back to the topic “The search of the lost channel”. I can’t remember the last time I watched something on Set MAX. Do I have that channel? I am not sure. I browse through some 100 channels (many of them repeating) to find that lost channel. And I couldn’t just find it.
I reached out for my phone to call the cable guy. ‘Wait a min’ may be he will think of me of some ‘hardcore cricket fan’ (which I don’t want to be known as) or some dumbo who can’t tune his TV right. (most probably the second one). There I go, browsing through all the channels to find out that one lost channel. (I forgot to mention that all this started with Balu giving me the link to streaming IPL video and I was like ‘why waste bandwidth when I have the TV right in front of me’)
Now I went back to tuning part and there it is !!! a dark blue screen which says “Set max is available on 70”.
What does that mean?
I keep on changing the frequency (manually, so that I wont miss out the channel accidently) and I finally found the ‘lost channel’.
Now you may be wondering why I write a post on this.
- I don’t watch cricket.
- I have never written about cricket in this blog (although I have said “how my patience ran out watching it once).
- I want to write something about cricket. !!!
Now you might ask me the question that many have asked me before “WHAT? You don’t watch cricket???????”
Yes I do, I watched IPL on Friday.
There you go, my first post on cricket.