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it really does seem really bizarre considering the conditions some games are played in - really does make it feel like they're trying to take any momentum the fish had away from them and just give the Cubs another day of rest - maybe even to be able to use Hendricks again in a late innings situation.  we all know MLB would much rather have the Cubs continue on than the Marlins. 

it sure does feel like they gave the cubs that extra day of rest in case they're in a close game Saturday and if the Fish win in 3, then it gives Atlanta a bit more rest.  Whatever MLB, the Fish have been the kings of rolling with the punches and disruptions so go ahead.  Do your worst.

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2 hours ago, SirFishFan said:

Tommy Hutton probably went on a big rant at home in his living room.

 

POSTPONED!?!?!? You’ve got to be kidding me??!!”

 

😂

FYI, this post of yours was shared to our Twitter account and Tommy himself liked it. 

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4 minutes ago, Michael said:

Gorilla Glue, much better.

Michael, I believe they are talking about the computer functions of "copying" and "pasting." These functions should not be confused with the physical act of copying and pasting. In order for other users of a Web browser to see an image that is on your screen, it is sometimes necessary to "copy" the image (right click the desired image > copy; or highlight the image and press the Windows hotkey combination Ctrl+C) and then paste the image (right click on the destination > paste; or left click into the destination until a blinking cursor appears then press the Windows hotkey combination Ctrl+V).

Many modern Internet forums and social media websites can accept a "pasted" image directly into their posting architecture, which means the user does not need to upload the image first to a third party site before sharing it to other users. However, some sites do not offer that feature, and in those instances, yes, you will want to use Gorilla Glue or some other fast-acting cement mixture that you can apply directly to the screen. Immediately place a printed copy of the image onto the monitor and smooth it out to ensure no air bubbles exist between the paper and computer screen (these air bubbles can cause an interruption of your Internet service). Once the glue is dry, press "Send" or the Return key, and the Internet will begin to upload the image to a third party site.

Hope this helps clear up any confusion!

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1 minute ago, Photo-Realistic Billy said:

Michael, I believe they are talking about the computer functions of "copying" and "pasting." These functions should not be confused with the physical act of copying and pasting. In order for other users of a Web browser to see an image that is on your screen, it is sometimes necessary to "copy" the image (right click the desired image > copy; or highlight the image and press the Windows hotkey combination Ctrl+C) and then paste the image (right click on the destination > paste; or left click into the destination until a blinking cursor appears then press the Windows hotkey combination Ctrl+V).

Many modern Internet forums and social media websites can accept a "pasted" image directly into their posting architecture, which means the user does not need to upload the image first to a third party site before sharing it to other users. However, some sites do not offer that feature, and in those instances, yes, you will want to use Gorilla Glue or some other fast-acting cement mixture that you can apply directly to the screen. Immediately place a printed copy of the image onto the monitor and smooth it out to ensure no air bubbles exist between the paper and computer screen (these air bubbles can cause an interruption of your Internet service). Once the glue is dry, press "Send" or the Return key, and the Internet will begin to upload the image to a third party site.

Hope this helps clear up any confusion!

WHOA 😮 

Thank you s'much!

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