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My question regarding the firehose/submittal question has been sent to CmdrTaco. If i get a response, i will post it.
Just amazing as always, that doesn't do the concert justice but my brains are to scrambled right now to put words to it.
The highlight for me was either The Pot, Jambi or Wings for Marie Pt. 2.
Jambi was definitely the loudest part of the show, that song is what plays in my head when I'm playing D&D and a character gets into a big battle, they should play shit like that for troops going into battle, they'd never lose.
I should have the check that pays what I owe on it some time next week.
I am ok with being patient considering my mother decided to buy the X-Type from me.
It'll be nice to have several hundred dollars freed up a month.
Here's a new one.
I've been put on a project to replace our slowly crumbling virtual mail system.
We are looking to migrate a massive amount of users 20,000-30,000 plus something like seven thousand domain names.
Oh and the system needs to be scaleable, so in two years it needs to be able to handle double the amount of users and such.
I hate it even more when its music that isn't really music.
It sounds like the watered down souless version of music.
Its made up of instrumental noises but there is virtually no variation in the sounds.
If I don't get a response in another few minutes I'm hanging up and trying again later.
Especially when friends call to find out where you are and what your doing because they are going out.
My response to a call 15 minutes ago?
"yeah.. Uh I'm working... Till 10."
I don't have to be at work till 11am tomorrow, trouble is they're already going to be who knows where and I'm not a huge fan of leaving my car wherever they end up at.
I even get to work tomorrow and monday. Yay!
At least I make crazy overtime on monday, and I will be out at 3pm.
Sipping my coffee and wondering why I'm awake before 7am.
Oh wait that's right, I'm endevouring to avoid buying so much food away from home.
So I'm up, I'll be making an omlet and toast most likely in about twenty minutes.
Bleh. I still don't like 6:30am. (6:42 at this very moment)
This wouldn't work if I had to be in at 7am, there's no way I'd get up at like 4:30.
Morning, welcome to monday!
It's amazing to me how oblivious people can be sometimes, we get caught up in our own lives and completely overlook situations that are going on with people we care about.
Two people per shift on the weekend: Fine.
Two people per shift on a Monday morning: Not fine.
Why is it that we always want what we can't have?
Yes this refers to a woman.
The title pretty much says it all.
That's how today is starting to look. more work than I can finish more than likely.
at least one os reinstall.
anyone ever install MSSQL 2005? How different is it compared to SQL 2000?