Friday, February 26, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

Makeup: Let’s go to the O’s game tonight!

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Even though it’s kinda cold now, our Weather Bug tells me that it’s going to be in the low 60’s by gametime tonight.

Seattle is in town. Their only trip of the season.

So, at the urging of my son Barry and my wife, I’m game to try it again tonight. (Besides, it’s a college night so there’ll be lots of drinking, girls, atmosphere, noise, etc.)

Just the way I like it.

I’ll be at the Wharf Rat around 5:30. Anybody wanna come down and go to the ballgame?

Plenty of good seats available. And they’re cheaper with a college ID. I got carded twice last weekend in Florida. Who knows, maybe I can sneak in?

Who wants to “See The Birds” with us?

Belly up to the bar!

P.S. Student tickets are only $6 and it’s “beanie hat” night. I’d want one if it had the “proper” logo on it, but it’s that stupid Orioles script logo. Put the cartoon bird on it and I’d wear it…I’m sticking to my Jim Fuller visor!

 

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