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Slightly under the weather.

Anyway, our broken old computer (we've been nickle and diming for time on various and barely sufficient computers) is on its way to repair.  It took a long while, but the receipt needed for warranty work was obtained from the vendor, after various fun levels of negotiation.  Anyway, so in 4-8 weeks hopefully that puppy's back in our arms and we can ensure that there are no excuses to why Resource sucks so bad right now.

In the meantime, stop by HeismanPundit, our favorite hibernating bear just stretching his claws from a long winter's nap, as well as Resource fave EveryDayShouldBeSaturday (see favorite links to the left), those funny guys who happen to be gator fans.

In other news we watched about three quarters of the Florida spring game on CSTV (I think?) today, not bad.  That team's on its way to greatness.  Keep an eye on reserve quarterback Josh Portis, kid looks legit.  Or how about sophomore linebacker Brandon Siler?  The guy's everywhere.  HP thinks receiver Andre Caldwell's the real All-American in Gainesville.  We shall see.

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Oh, Josh Portis could be very, very good. He was a joy to watch in the game. More impressive was the way he bounced up after horrifying hits from Brandon Siler and Earl Everett. In a spread option attack, your heart warms at the sight of your qb getting up sans concussion and con cabeza.
May 27, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterOrson Swindle

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