I’m having serious laptop issues. And by “serious,” I mean that it stopped working.
It does make a neat grinding sound once in a while, but that’s about it.
So do I, but it depends on the meal.
I’m currently using a computer at the Carroll County Public Library. Just seemed easier than blogging on my Blackberry. And yes, it took a busted laptop to get me inside a library.
Ewwww, what are all these books doing here?
Anyway, I’m getting assistance from the Web studio in moving comments, but don’t waste your time posting questions. I won’t be able to get to them until at least tomorrow.
And please, let’s stop with the insults that are flying back and forth. It’s turning ugly and we’re above it here at SOR.
I just wanted to alert you that it’s not quite business as usual, and also to provide a reminder that spring training tickets go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m.
Sixteen exhibition games will be played at Ed Smith Stadium, which is undergoing extensive renovations (I wish I could say the same for my laptop.)
You can call the Orioles’ spring training office at 941-954-4101 for more information. Also, you can purchase individual game tickets by calling 1-800-745-3000 or by visiting www.orioles.com. And that’s the last time I’m pimping that site today.
If you happen to be driving by a Walmart in Sarasota, that’ll also work. Or go directly to Ed Smith Stadium.
Tell them Roch sent you. They’ll say, “Who?”
The first home exhibition game is March 1 vs. the renovated Tampa Bay Rays, who lost half their team over the winter.
Is it just me, or am I more clever at the library.
Yeah, it’s just me.
I wonder if this place closes when it snows. I might need to come back in the morning.