Of course my first post on here is about the dumbest thing I've done in a long time. Wall of text commence! A few days ago I was watching Netflix on my 13" MacBook Pro and I spilled quite a bit of water on it. It immediately shut off. I panicked, disconnected the laptop from the charger and dried it with a bath towel. That wasn't enough for me so I went upstairs and used a blow dryer (on the low setting and from a distance) and slowly tried to dry up any water on/in my keyboard. A few minutes after I hit the power button on a sink handle, it actually turned on, but then it shut right off. Some time passes and I continue to dry it out with te blow dryer. I end up taking the bottom off and patting down the components with paper towels to soak up any water (there was a little bit in there). I knew there was no hope so I just left te computer in my room and let it air dry for a while. I went to work and came home with some rice to do the rice trick for any remaining water. I left it in a sealed garbage bag for 3 days and took it out to no avail. When I plugged in the charger it was dim green. Since then its been sitting untouched in a desk drawer. This is the 5th day it's been dead. I was using my brothers laptop tonight when he asked me where my laptop was. He found it and asked me to had him the charger. I told him that it would just show dim green. He plugs it in and it actually popped up as yellow, as if it were charging. The little white light at the front blinked too. I told Him to wait but he pressed the power on anyways. It turned on ad loaded up for a while. It actually got to the main screen and was saying some stuff like "the date is set before January 1st 2009 this could cause problems with some apps" and i thought all was good.. After a minute it shut off again. Now I have it not plugged in and just sitting here... What should I do? Im pretty sure that last start up was the last time itll ever start, but thats what i said after the water damaged it I was going to bring it to an apple store tomorrow but if this is just about to fix itself I don't want to waste money. Should I bring it to the store and see what the genius has to say?