I got mine in the regular e-mail on my PC. But, I have a PC and Laptop and use the laptop to access my e-mail while on the road. When I am on the road I go through a secondary provider and when I open the e-mail I sometimes get 15 or so attachments (some being months old, some weks old) that never showed up on my PC when I downloaded e-mail. I don't know how it happens (pingreeman can probably tell me), but it's weird to get that old e-mail from a secondary server point. Something in some system decided that the e-mails I didn't get were not going to be delivered on my PC. If I didn't have the laptop I would never have gotten any of those e-mails. Maybe yours is going the same way. I don't understand it, but just sayin.....
I have this company called Mediacom and even they can't explain to me why it hapens so go figure.
Any way, instead of an e-mail from Mr. Marriott, please accept from me and I'm sure everyone at Insiders....Merry Christmas!!!
Thanks back at you.
In my paragraph about why you might not have gotten the 'Marriott Seasons Greetings' I was just saying that some of my e-mail never gets to me (and doesn't go to spam either) because some 'program' determines that it shouldn't come to me. That might be the same thing that happened to your 'greeting'. Then, when I later access my e-mail from a different computer, it somehow shows up...and that could be months later. It's wierd.
well, thank you, Shoeman. Of course I have plenty of time to laugh, or do other things, today, since my team isn't playing in Indianapolis tonight. I have cancelled my two hotel rooms at the Indianapolis Marriott, but wish there would have been some way to scalp them like game tickets.
KY by the skin of their teeth. NC kind of choked with just seconds left...had the winning shot blocked, and therefore will drop even further in the poles. But I respect both programs for being willing to match up in the regular season non-conference schedule. They could each be playing the college equivalent of the Washington Generals I suppose.