Today's Zombie Fluxx: I managed to win the first hand by meeting the goal with a lucky draw, then stuck everyone with a Hand Limit 0 in the second. Raymond's very next draw was the Ungoal, and we met it. I finally managed to set myself up with most of the Keepers and no Zombies in the third hand, and Raymond played a goal that gave me the victory because we were out of time. I had a winning three-card play handy, though - Out of Ammo to get rid of the Zombie Repellent, Get Over Here to steal all of Raymond's giant collection of Zombies, and Zombie Baseball Team as the goal. I just needed a Play 3 or equivalent rule. The problem with winning plays, though, is that everyone has one.
It snowed most of the day, but it was just a flurry. It still took me almost an hour and a half from leaving my house to arriving at work, because I didn't clean off the car last night. At least I left pretty early this time. Then I spent a while converting our old, macro-enabled timesheet into a copy of the new macroless timesheet, because I liked those macros and plan to use them. If the timekeeper complains, I guess I can just use the new one, but I don't feel like having to fill the stupid thing out myself every time and make my own E-mail. Why should I have to do everybody else's job just because the Lean team thinks making me do more work is more convenient? Also, I tried to add the macro to the new timesheet and I don't have permission. I guess they think I'm going to program an Excel macro virus if they let me reference the Outlook library. Fix the stupid time system already so we never have to do this again!