Always good to look on the bright side of things. :thumbup:(who'd a thunk that a back injury could be so convenient with getting out of lifting heavy crap)
I had a similar issue and picked up an external floppy drive. Cheap and effective.Morning guys and gals.
Well after being up all night installing the new laptop and creating the wireless network I am stuck. The office computer prompts you to create a disk to install the network in the other computer, but it is a stupid floppy which the laptop won't take. It doesn't give you an option.
So you get to hone your supervising skills, KIA. They might want to be the mess officer, though Of course, you are a good cook anyway.(who'd a thunk that a back injury could be so convenient with getting out of lifting heavy crap)
Green eggs and Ham cook off?starting out late today, don't know if I will just make the cook out or do some work and sample some food at the green egg cook off,
Good beer is coin of the realm and always appreciated, but what is a "growler"?Evening everyone. Got my computer stuff sorted out. For being just some dude having a secure network and being able to sit downstairs and print to the big office printer upstairs is an achievement.
We got a ton of herbs and some tomatoes but it might freeze tonight so we'll plant tomorrow. It will be in the 70's all week when we of course are at work.
Got the controller for the heat and AC changed out and some sundry stuff so it was an okay day. My buddy Jerry came over to and filled up a growler with Fat Tire. He came over and let my dog out one day so we could have some refreshments with our dentist up at the slopes and come home late. Friends like that need to be taken care of accordingly.
Good on no injuries, I have a pair of near new roller blades, only fallen on once.Happy Saturday everyone
No roller skating injuries for me Yippeeee
just a busy run around day for me I hope tomorrow is more relaxing
These are I think about a half gallon jug, and there are microbreweries all over. When you bring back your growler they fill them for 6 or 7 bucks.Good beer is coin of the realm and always appreciated, but what is a "growler"?
Ah, OK , gotchaThese are I think about a half gallon jug, and there are microbreweries all over. When you bring back your growler they fill them for 6 or 7 bucks.
I would come home every week from Breck with one of Oatmeal Stout for cooking and sipping and another of Pandora's Bock for drinking.
They also have a cork law in this state which lets them recork a bottle of wine at a restaurant and lop off the top of the cork. That lets you have a glass with dinner and not have to down the bottle keeping you safe and letting you have some overpriced wine the next day at home.