Monday, March 17, 2008

Blogger can go pound sand.

Ciera taped 3 different videos of Rakes playing in his second soccer game of the spring.

I downloaded it with no problems.

I've spent the last 3 hours trying to post in on my blog. And I can't seem to figure out how to do it.

It's late, I'm tired, and blogger can take a long walk off a short pier.

He scored 3 goals, had 6 "Rakes" moments, and I laughed my tail off.

Oh yeah: Screw the MFY.

I'm heading to bed.



Tree Newt said...

Feeling the joy...

You could have scraped ceilings all night, like me.

Tex said...

you really need to breathe deep Ted

Ted D said...

I really need to do something, Tex.

I think I just need a day off.

Redbeard76 said...

Yeah, I've had problems uploading to blogger too, which is why i upload to youtube then embed into blogger. Start a youtube account and let the fun begin, it also tracks how many views have been done on your videos.

What does pound sand mean? Is this another southern expression?

Ted D said...

Stephen, I'm going to try again this morning, but it was driving me crazy last night. 3 hours is long enough.

"Go pound sand where the sun don't shine" is the whole phrase. Not sure if it's southern or not, but it's a nice way to tell someone to, well, pound sand.

Krystle [RSO] said...

I figured that you would like this.

//Trot Nixon had a couple of answers for a small band of hecklers on Monday _ a two-run homer and a two-run double.

"I guess they were Yankee fans," the former Red Sox outfielder said after he helped Arizona beat San Diego 8-4 on Monday. "If you want to get me right, bring in some Yankee fans."//

Once a Red Sox, always one. Unless your Johnny Damon.

Oh and I also agree with Steven. Also, where you have your slideshow, they do a video thing there too. My cousin has a ton of vidoes on her account from there. But your best bet is YouTube.

~**Dawn**~ said...

I can't ever curse Blogger. Not only have my problems with them been few & far between (and let's face it: FREE -- because my friends that pay for their blogs? they have the same issues), but I have met some awesome friends thanks to Blogger. =)

My Gram used to say "go pound sand" too, so it's not a Southern phrase, as she lived her whole life in Bristol, CT.

It will be ok, Ted. Sometimes you just need to walk away & count to a hundred. Maybe it was an internet hiccup.

I love the Trot quote Krystle shared!

Ted D said...

Krystle, thanks for the Trot quotes. The Dirt Dog remembers his roots.

Dawn, Blogger is great, but the video thing gave me fits before. I tried it again today, and left it running while I was gone. It never loaded. I'm gonna try Krystle's suggestion on where I did my slide show.

//but I have met some awesome friends thanks to Blogger. =)//

Agreed. :)

Redbeard76 said...

Did everything go ok today? I saw your note on SG from this morning.

Ted D said...

Hey Stephen,

Yeah. Karen is 29 (I thought she was 31) had a defibulator put in. Doc said she had "Sudden Death Syndrome", which basically means she was at a high risk her heart would stop beating.

So they put this thing in her in case it did. Before they discharge her tomorrow, they're gonna stop her heart and make sure it works. That's a little scary, but hopefully she can go home tomorrow.

'Preciate the concern, man.

Tex said...

PVs and Hygs Ted to your family.

Ted D said...

Hey, thanks Tex. This all happened about a month ago. Sort of took us all by surprise, and they decided she needed this thing. At least once it's in, and if it works properly, she won't have to worry with it except getting the battery replaced every 5 years.