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Rob Ohlstrom is living in the suburbs somewhere in Northern California with his wife and baby daughter. His trash and recycling are consistently among the last to be pulled off the curb.
You can reach him at email@example.com but he 's in no need of prescription drugs, account security for banks he doesn't use, penis enlargement or breast augmentation.
The biggest thing I am worried about is finding a paying job, i have a couple ok leads..but nothing for sure. The job thing will likely depend on where i stay.
Pretty sure that makes you a Kansan...I don't think Missouri would allow anything with the letter K and U to be built on the Missouri side of the river.
Are you a Bleacher Report employee or just a local who found out about the site?
Either way I could use some serious advice on the city, as I must pull a lot of things together by summer for the move.
Definitely looking forward to the city and the sea food, but not the living in Berkley and commuting across the Bay Bridge daily.
Interested in an Avery jersey for Christmas? I hear they're on sale...
The Ducks are my team when they don't play the Stars, but with a move approaching to San Fran I'm sure ill grow to like the Sharks as well. LOL. Only making things much worse.
Just wanted to let you know the reason your comment no longer appears on my Avery article. After seeing it I commented, and after an initial thinking period decided it was not as tactful as I preferred it to be and chose to delete my response. Due to a glitch in the system It deleted both mine, and your comment. I apologize for this issue and did not want you to think I, or Bleacher Report were censoring you.
Although I may not agree with you, I do appreciate your opinion and readership. I would also appreciate you re-posting your comment if you wish to make sure your voice is heard if you remember the initial comment.
Sorry for the mix up, and hope there is no hard feelings.
I forgot HTML doesn't show up on these boards...
It should be (without the spaces): < p > Beginning of your text...
Again, your bandwagon piece should provide the proper guide to look at.
Sorry for the glitch, Rob. Our dev team is working on it, but it's a work in progress.
Luckily, getting rid of the inflammatory jargon is rather simple. When you're in the editing module, click the HTML button that opens the window with all of the HTML code for the piece. Above your article, you'll see a bunch of jargon, and all you have to do is delete all the code that comes before the beginning of your text.
In the HTML window, this should be how it looks:
The beginning of your text...
Anything above the line with
should be taken out. I did it to your bandwagon piece, so look at that for reference.
Don't hesitate to let me know of any other questions or comments!
Have a great day!
Hey Rob - Interested in being included in our latest feature for the fantasy football section? Check my community leader shout box (lower right of the fantasy football section page) and shoot me an email with your take on which dud of a stud will bounce back this season. (jacob @ fantasyfootballfools.com)
No problem. Enjoyed your PPR coverage. Have a good one.
Rob, thanks for the add.
Thanks for the pick, Rob