March 24th, 2006

Moa: The King of Destruction

A little news now and then never hurt anyone, and this is very little news

An alligator follows a Florida woman home and knocks on her door. Good thing he didn't ring the doorbell... a Dutch woman has to fight the country's dog tax because she has a doorbell with dog barks.

Commuter gets on the train, forgets his baby daughter in the car. That's pretty big, for an oops.

Soccer ball thieves carefully remove a window so as not to make a mess. They sound courteous for people who stole over $3000 worth of sports equipment.

City officials hope the guy who planted wheat in this cemetery returns to reap what he sowed. Yeah... we definitely shouldn't try to use available land for fruitful purposes. The dead take priority over the living. Or did that drop out of fashion centuries ago?
Moa: The King of Destruction

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Today's Bridge: Collapse )

Today's Work: I finished the next stage of my work on the data link, after a few boneheaded moments of forgetfulness. Next comes the process of renaming as many functions as I can that I don't plan to replace completely, because I hate having identically named functions floating around in multiple processes.

sakanagai was waiting for me when I got home, so we hung out for a bit, had jambalaya for dinner (I ate too much, but what else is new?), and watched two more episodes of Rune Soldier. Good times. I've got dishes left to wash, but I think I'll rinse them and let them sit until tomorrow, because it's really late. More on related subjects tomorrow.