Sure, and now wasn't there an Irishman named Flannigan and wasn't he an engineer on the railroad? Aye, and now it was in the olden days when the trains often disrailed.
Being Irish, wouldn't you know now, that Engineer Flannigan wrote a very long and detailed report on the frequent derailment of his train. His superiors in the home office grew tired of the long reports and told him to keep his report to the bare minimum.
On the next derailment the report read: Off again, On again, Gone again, Flannigan!
And what, now, does this have to do with the price of beans, or as they say in Ireland, the price of BeeAns, in China? Well, nothing to tell the truth but my recent computer experience reminded me of the story.
THE COMPUTER IS ON AGAIN, AS OF A FEW MINUTES AGO. A virus had taken complete control of the computer for the third time in less than three months and Aaron, the young man who takes care of our computer, just lost his Mother to cancer.
I DO NOT HAVE TIME AT THE MOMENT TO WRITE A BLOG BUT WILL DO SO BEFORE THE DAY IS OVER.
I just wanted to say OFF AGAIN AND ON AGAIN. WILL HAVE TO WAIT TO SEE IF IT IS GONE AGAIN.
(Note: This blog is dated in February. I thought the virus was gone and the blog was started then. It wasn't gone! Today is March 24, 2011 and I simply finished what was started.)
Take care and God Bless!