Today has been one of those weird days. Actually, not just today, it's been several weird days. Normally, I work my customer service job from home. I love it, and even better it saves me a lot of money on gas. Yet, starting last week, the computer my employer provides decided it was going to go on the fritz. I was told that a new computer would be in my home call center after 11am on Friday, so I went in to work my shift. Guess what, no computer. So then I had to work Saturday's shift and today's shift in the call center as opposed from the comfort of home. Then there's been the weather here in the Upper Midwest. Instead of feeling like spring has sprung, many of us have felt like winter was still upon us. I have some friends in Australia and New Zealand, and they're having their own weather oddities, in that instead of feeling like fall was starting, it still felt like summer had them in its grip. My weird days continued into this afternoon. Because I knew I wasn't going to be home when the game started, I set the DVR to record the game. On my on-screen guide, I would join the game in progress. By the time I got settled, there were just about five minutes left in the first, and I could not see the game. For a while, I thought I was going to be writing a rant against Fox Sports North for subjecting Wild fans to Twins baseball and Timberwolves basketball. I couldn't understand why those game would effect my viewing pleasure, nor could I understnad that other fans I know could watch the game. Seems that I had a completely ditzy moment. Instead of my on-screen guide set to "All Channels" it was set to "My Channels." The Wild game I saw on the guide was for the HD feed. I was thinking that there was no standard definition feed because it wasn't listed like the other games on tonight. Once I realized it said "My Feed" I clicked a button on the remote, and low and behold, there was the Wild game. So I missed the first period for absolutely no reason. So because of that, I'm afraid you're not going to get anything about the first period. I just hope you got to watch it when I did not.
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