Bowie-Bruce

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  1. Thanks much! No tracks planned for this trip, which may be a good thing. Laurel wasn't terribly kind to me last week. Have you been to spring training for the God forsaken Yanks?
  2. After many years of thought and equally as many years of no action, I am finally heading down to Florida to see the O's in Sarasota. Counting my good fortune to now have a friend who winters in nearby Venice, so lodging rates should be as favorable as the weather. We will be attending the first spring game on Friday versus the Rays. Any suggestions from those who have been to Ed Smith Stadium and/or Sarasota? It's been quite some time since my last Florida visit, which coincided with the opening of Disney's Space Mountain.
  3. Greetings, Semi! As an O's fan, I certainly share your sports fandom pain. However, I take some solace in the fact that Angelos is an old man. You might have Danny for quite a few years to come. Take me to the track.
  4. Pugh, for whom I had hopes following the mess of SRB, has proven to be a huge disappointment. I hate to acknowledge it, but Dixon, even with all of her baggage, would be a notably better choice to lead Baltimore IMHO.
  5. I was just watching some episodes of Coach the other day. Jerry had great comic talent. RIP.
  6. Somehow, I suspect that those offices on North Avenue are all properly heated. This city screams for a full financial audit. But God forbid, that would require the concept of accountability. Sad and infuriating at the same time. Rinse and repeat for my hometown.
  7. God bless Mr. Brian Stem. Never has so little been said in so many words.
  8. Nothing short of a tragic that a city which is so torn up by crime also has to deal with criminals who just happen to wear badges. My sympathies go out to the decent citizens and cops in Baltimore who have to endure such a brutal nightmare. I'm left wondering why and how Davis still has a job. Shouldn't we expect better?
  9. Hammer, meet nail.
  10. I only hope that Zen survived that market crash.
  11. Horrible news. My sincere condolences go out to to the family, friends, and fellow officers of Detective Suiter. May he rest in peace. This city will break your heart.
  12. Sad and infuriating, once again. My thoughts go out to the officer and his family.
  13. Sad and infuriating. It's sad that someone would lose their life in such a senseless matter. My thoughts go out that man's family; I can't imagine that kind of pain. And it's beyind infuriating how much violent crime continues to be tolerated. If and when these killers are caught, who will be surprised if there rap sheet is a mile long? And yet, nothing changes.
  14. As a Terps alum and fan, congrats to UMBC. This should be an annual game between the two schools.
  15. Engrossing, yet hard to watch given all of the lives wasted over such seneselessness. It was heartbteaking to hear Jean-Marie Crocker recall the loss of her son, Denton. I can't imagine having to bear that kind of pain. Exerpts from his letters back home were haunting.