February 18, 2012


Stupid computer

I don't have my speakers on because my computer is teetering on the dining room table amid the rubble. I did Mary Ito's CBC Radio One Fresh Air show that ran this morning (no, of course I didn't get up to hear it; the show starts at 6am), but I went to the site to give it a listen.

With no speakers.

So, I trundled upstairs to get my iPad. I can't make it work on that. So I reached over and grabbed Christopher's headphones (he's at work, other wise it would be like removing a doughnut from a hungry bear) and couldn't figure out which little holes to plug the thingees into. I tried a few various spots on my tower, but they obviously weren't the right ones. I ran out of little spots. So I gave up.

Someone tell me how it sounds...here.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous buzzwhack said...

How it sounds? Really? It sounds like you in the morning... without coffee.Seriously, the audio was fine and there were no problems anywhere I could hear. Was taping a problem that day? I agree about special driver training. It can sharpen up skills. If they take away from the event just the idea of long range sighting and planning for what if scenarios, it'll be worth it. Can't say I agree about cars being more powerful than ever today. Then again, I grew up when real mastadons were available for $1300.

February 18, 2012 10:59 AM  
Blogger DJW said...

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Do they tell them in driving school what to do when they encounter a big white truck with flashing lights, a flashing arrow, and a guy waving a stop paddle?

A lot of people seem confused about this.

I'll be playing in traffic in Burlington next week if anyone wants to come keep score.

...Construction season cometh...

DJW

February 18, 2012 11:08 AM  
Blogger OmemeeOzzie said...

Sounds like you and Mary Ito.

No surprise - to me, at any rate.

Should have told your Smart car tale...

And you both got each other's name correct, too.

Perfect radio!

February 19, 2012 4:54 PM  

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