Today was Monday – 10/10/2011. No music to mention for you all today, except that the new Chickenfoot III and Mayday Parade albums kick ass!
This was a deary rainy Monday here in Atlanta. I kept my terrace door open most of the day, though, and aired out the place. It was nice to get some fresh air in here. I sat around in pajama pants and my Doctor Who hoodie as it stayed in the upper to mid 60s in here all day. But it was oddly comfortable. I normally don’t go for a chill in the air, but I enjoyed it today.
Work was steady – not too busy but not too slow. Still getting assigned too many boring tickets to do, though. I think I got like a dozen tickets, at least, assigned to me today. Blah.
Highlight for today:
“I need a new video card installed.” Well is your machine a PC or a Mac? “Oh….um….I don’t know. But it’s definitely one or the other!” LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL! What does the machine display on the screen when you first turn it on? It tells you what kind of machine it is. But regardless – how in the frakking hell can you not know this? It’s 2011 for Pete’s Sake! This is like asking someone if they’re driving a truck or a car, and they say, “I don’t know – but it’s one or the other!” Are you a chick or a dude? “I don’t know, but I’m definitely one or the other!” Are you sure?! Are you smart, or ridiculously nebulous? “I’m definitely one or the other!” Yes, that’s right – you have interstellar gas and dust where your brain should be. Congratulations!
Anyway – today also saw the inevitable defeat of my LXFFO Team. My Time Lords lost the Legion of Doom to the tune of 158 to 227. I had a horrible FFL week. Blah.
Chatted with Mom on AIM tonight about random stuff – like we do every night. She wanted to know if I had heard from cousin Geoff. I let her know the result of all of that. She’s glad I won’t be having to deal with that situation. She didn’t know why Geoff and his family left the hospital in 2004 when my Dad was passing away. She remembers they left, but no one told her the why, too much was going on for her as it was, but I told her tonight. Geoff was around 37 at the time – eating his boogers in the hospital in front of everyone. And he wonders why we ostracize him. So, yeah, we were talking about that, and just general chit chat. I texted with Lee Jay a bit about the football game. I also texted with Elisha for a bit about TOR. She is going to write me an email all about her beta testing adventures. I can’t wait to read it!
And that was my day. It’s time for me to hit the hay, folks. By this time tomorrow, today will be after the fact as well. I will write about it. So – prepare yourself!