Just spoke to another Comcast rep who apparently chose to take his head out of his ass long enough to admit that turning our equipment off has NOTHING to do with a loss of signal, and that something must be wrong with the wires to the building.
I'm having the fiance check with some neighbors tomorrow morning to see if it's the entire building or just our unit, because I honestly don't know that I can go back to Michigan if no one can come out to fix things until the 11th.
I swear, I'm going to lose it.
I'm glad my two big wins were rangers and dodgers! Made me have a positive day after a horrible start to the day....
dang that blows dan... i feel ya pain
Fiance just got back to Michigan, and Comcast can't get our cable/internet running, claiming that it died because we "left things unplugged" for too long. Most absurd shit I've ever heard.
Tomorrow's blog is well on its way to NOT happening, as NOTHING pisses me off more than customer service people claiming that I did something wrong when I merely wanted to keep my apartment from BURNING DOWN!?
Yeah, that is a point of concern, LC, but Cliff Lee has incredible durability, so I'm not sure it's time to panic on him potentially suffering arm fatigue just yet...
gotcha, looks like I'm going to have to do most of mine in the morning. I'm a little concerned he's coming off his 3rd straight complete game. Might look at a 5 inning line to get some value before fatigue kicks in. Bondo likes to get hit around early too
Actually, just getting started now...been a hectic day of driving all over LA! I looked that Lee/Bondy matchup back on Friday and thought about Mariners 2 days back...time to do the real handicapping...will get back to you with some thoughts in the upcoming blog!
Nice lean on the Indians today, thanks Dan Cal Bear
I just started looking, anything jumped out at you yet, Dano? Looks like a pretty cheap price to get Cliff Lee. Leyland is notorious for throwing out his crap lineup on Sunday too, especially after winning the first two games. I've been a Tigers fan for too long to know this is the kind of game they MAYBE score 3 runs
Yeah, no sense forcing anything, though I might still have played Rangers even at -150, though that would have been CLOSE to the cut-off point.
Tomorrow's blog is going to be a little shorter, since I imagine most folks are going to be out and about all day, and if people aren't going to be reading it (and I'm going to be up late, as it is), we'll go with the abridged version and just cover the games with shorter sides.
haha, I didn't play anything today. The Rangers were my only strong lean and by the time I got around to checking lines today it was -160 and I just thought ALL the value was gone. Proud of myself for laying off but sucks I missed out on the winner
Hahaha! Uh oh!!!
We're going to have problems, Watson. You're looking at an MSU season ticket holder since '91
I think I owe you guys an apology -- I got a call from an old roommate about meeting up in LA, so I took off, and ended up paying a visit to my grandmother's place, as well.
THAT BEING SAID, Game of the WEek WINNAAAA on Texas Rangers. A little chalky, but they had a huge edge in momentum, I thought, and the bounceback, and we grabbed ourselves another nice big winner.
Small freebie loser on the Under in Pittsburgh as Maholm was garbage. Still, a big-time winning day, gotta like that!