I stopped in at the Nike Factory Store located at Hagerstown Premium Outlets on Saturday to pick up a new pair of Air Max 1 Quick Strike Betsy Ross shoes, only to discover the store was going out of business.
Hagerstown was brutally hot yesterday. Sheri and I had a few errands to run and we waited till later in the day, thinking it would be cooler. We were wrong. We left the house after five in the afternoon and it was 101 degrees.
Antietam Broadband customers are holding a public meeting to discuss the continuing problems with the company.
Hagerstown’s only area-wide high-speed internet provider is broken. Problems began last Wednesday evening. We were watching something on Netflix and we lost our Internet connection. The following morning, I rebooted our cable modem and our connection to the Internet returned.
The weather people are calling for some brutal winter weather today. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for all of Maryland: Although I’m a fan of winter weather, I’m not a fan of sleet. It’s the centrist of winter weather. Sleet is not rain and it’s not snow. It’s an unholy, wishy-washy
I went to the website of The Baltimore Sun this morning to read about how the Orioles lost to the New York Yankees last night. I pay $7.96 a month for the privilege of unfettered access to their website without limitation. As I was finishing the article explaining how the Orioles lost in the 10th inning