Hrm... still listed as Journeyer. *shrug*
Had a nice lunch at the Encore Cafe with Jeremy, Adrian, Chris, and Chris' lovely sisters. It was fun. I got there late (because I had to drive across town from my office, while they all walked about two blocks), had to leave early (see below), and had difficulty talking while I was there, because the place is so damnably noisy. Some heavy duty baffeling and noise cancellation gear would do that place a world of good. I'm told I'm not allowed to have a crush on Chris' little sis.... some technical detail about her being half my age.
While at lunch, I got paged about 30 times for alledged DHCP problems. Turned out to be nothing... just Haiyen experimenting with a few code changes. I've GOT to get that girl thinkin' more like a production service admin. When you have a backup server for testing and experimenting, then you USE THAT SERVER for that purpose, and leave your primary alone. *sigh* Sometimes she's so smart... sometimes she just doesn't think.
Oh well... I expect she will grow out of it... or she will suffer my wrath.
Had a good weekend. I did nothing, on purpose. I sat out on my new front porch, and reread some more of the Cryptonomicon. I napped intermittantly. I did enough push-ups to make my chest hurt. Discovered that I have a TV antenna (I get like 6-7 channels!!). I arranged some of my crap. And eventually I forced myself to take a couple more jeep-loads of stuff from the old place to the new one.
I'm approaching the point where I'm starting to ask serious questions about what I need to keep, and what I need to toss. I'm also getting into the areas where it's difficult to extract my stuff from my soon to be ex roomate's stuff. *sigh* This is going to get worse before it gets better.
Got my 'pute moved, and set up, just in time for a big electrical storm. Everything still works. Need to move my desk now, and get the home LAN goin' again. Once everything is running again, maybe I can get to work on all my personal programming projects.
The bro came over to see the new place, hang out, and watch a few movies. That was fun. Then we went to a party, which held lots of promise, but in the end was just lame. Because I'd been conducting Tequilla Stress Analysis experiments (turns out that Tequilla doesn't react as well as you'd think to having lime jello stirred into it... it never really 'set'.... it just sort of congealed), I actually let Wes drive Bettie. Good thing too... we saw about 40 cops on the way home.