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Wednesday, March 06, 2013

A NOTE TO MY VISITORS. WHEN IT RAINS, IT POURS! YESTERDAY, I SPENT 2 HOURS IN A CHAT ROOM WITH MY COMPUTER SECURITY SOFTWARE PEOPLE. I HAD A REAL PROBLEM AND EVEN THE TECH HAD A TOUGH TIME FIGURING OUT THE PROBLEM. I CONSIDER MYSELF QUITE FAMILIAR WITH ALL THE LITTLE "INS AND OUTS" OF COMPUTER PROBLEMS, AND CAN USUALLY SOLVE THEM MYSELF. HOWEVER, THIS ONE DEFIED RESOLUTION. AFTER 2 HOURS OR SO, A FEW MOVES THAT WERE ABOVE MY HEAD IN TECHNOLOGICAL TERMS, THE TECH BROUGHT ME BACK FROM THE ABYSS. IF YOU WERE WAITING FOR AN EMAIL RESPONSE FROM ME, PLEASE RE-SEND YOUR REQUEST. THIS PROBLEM WAS DEEP SEATED AN AFFECTED MANY OF MY PROGRAMS.

3 comments:

RALPH LUCARELLA said...

HEY TOM...THESE COMPUTERS CAN SEND YOU WACKY AT TIMES. MY SON USUALLY FIGUERS OUT THE PROBLEMS FOR ME. I THINK YOU DO A GREAT JOB AS ONE WHO HAS GONE THROUGH THE GOOD AND BAD TIMES OF THE TRENTON AREA. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND I'M SURE YOUR READERS APPRECIATE YOUR EFFORTS. REGARDS.

Tom Glover said...

THANKS RALPH. I THINK ALL IS BACK IN ORDER NOW.

TOM

Paula912@verizon.net said...

Good morning Tom:
I just read your article on Woodlawn Park and Anderson's farm. I grew up in the Wilbur section and love history!!!!
Back in the day I would converse with old timers and they would tell me stories about old Wilbur, Bromley, Wodlawn,and the State Fair / Speedway.
Mr. Anderson was known to the locals as STINKY ANDERSON. His farmhouse still stands and is located in the middle of the 200 block of Garfield Ave.