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Doing Science and I'm Still Alive

Well, I'm not myself personally doing science, but I build webpages for NIH and similar places that do occasionally do science, so that counts.

Doc yesterday prescribed some antibiotics to get rid of the bug and an inhaler to get my bronchial passages to chill out, and I'm certainly better today than I have been most of the week. Which means I get to go back to work! Um, yay? Oh well, gotta keep Buddha in kibble, right?

In other news, I should like to register a formal complaint against software that updates too often, especially without an autoinstaller. Winamp, I'm looking at you, here. "Version 115.9.11293871987123! Now with improved decimal increment!" Bah. You need iteration discipline, people!

Also, in response to rigelkitty, who posted "More snow! More snow!" the other day...



↑ Canada is that way! Hope you like bacon. ;P

-The Gneech

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hossblacksilver
Feb. 5th, 2010 02:19 am (UTC)
You do know that those of us without snow are jealous, right?
laurie_robey
Feb. 5th, 2010 02:24 am (UTC)
Normally, I like a good snowstorm. One, maybe two a year. But this will be the second "historic" storm here this winter on top of what's a normal-sized snowstorm for this region. If I wanted this kind of weather, I'd live in New England.

I don't actually mind it that much as long as we don't lose power, it doesn't take down any of our trees, and we don't have to go out in it.

I am getting pretty tired of shoveling, though.
hossblacksilver
Feb. 5th, 2010 04:27 am (UTC)
I can understand that. I just lament that the closest to a snow we've gotten so far this year was the sleet storm last weekend. Chiseling* ice off the driveway isn't that much fun.


* By chiseling I mean smashing a inch thick coating of ice with a plastic snow shovel until it breaks off. Less shoveling, more playing landlocked icebreaker.

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