Sunday, December 21, 2008

Lets do the fork in the garbage disposal

Saturday, Dec 20

I woke up late and had coffee on the couch with Penni and the Dogs. I showed Penni the YouTube Yes Dance video. It is pretty awesome, "Lets do the fork in the garbage disposal" indeed. My Sister called and asked for Xmas gift Ideas, I emailed her a few. The old drummer from Rita's gift called and asked about buying my old rack gear. He said he liked our new stuff and that we remind him of KING CRIMSON. (Awesome!) I worked on the first two chapter of the Java textbook and settings the eclipse text editor. There is no easy themes to import, It's dozens of setting in two different areas. It is barely better that hand editing a config file. I worked on this stuff all day while Penni napped and the ATHF DVDs played.

Friday, Dec 19

My left leg was OK when I woke up. (whew!) I ate lunch at Miguel's. I emailed my power user buddy about testing the Medicaid Web Automation Tool and researched the rebuild on the QA database. I played around with the Create Data page wizard in Access. Users without MS Access can query SQL data with it. I wish I knew more about the Microsoft Script Editor and Javascript so I can rebuild it without the Users needing Office Professional. Oh well, Maybe later. The textbook for the online Java class was at the door when I got home after work. Later that night, Chuck and I saw Neil's new band transmission fields at the Evening Muse. It was good to see him. After the show Neil asked about job at CHS and talked about going back to school. That is great. I emailed him some job stuff as soon as I got home.

Thursday, Dec 18

It was rainy and cold outside. Penni's parent's dog was whining all morning and woke me up. I woke up with my leg still hurting. My friend's kid was caught throwing rocks at passing cars in front of his own house. Holy crap! I am glad I have NO CHILDREN!. I left early from work to get my new tag for the creepy old van my dad got me for gigs. There was no line at the DMV. I went to practice and the band next door was playing so we accomplished very little recording and mixing. After practice Penni and I assembled the Akia TV stand at midnight.

Wednesday, Dec 17

I sat up the PA and projector for the silly Xmas break room luncheon party games. I found out that one of the AHEC guys plays drums too. For some reason the ladies I eat lunch with were talking about the inability to pooh at work, great lunchtime discussion. My left leg started hurting like i strained it, but I could not remember doing anything to it. I must be hella out of shape. I received our delivery of Akia Xmas gifts then when to practice. I recorded the acoustic drum parts for part 2 of 4 in the long pretentious full circle song. Later Chuck called and invited me to go see Neil's new band.

Tuesday, Dec 16

I woke up early and bought paper plates for a dept party at work. I made a mail merge batch for management Xmas cards and geocoded a map of employee addresses. I ate Nikos in the break room with the usual crew and added the contact support and the instructions links in the Medicaid Web automation tool. Later I watch a video about java puzzles on YouTube. It was interesting but super nerdy. Penni and I ordered a pizza. I looked at the google reader editors picks. I found a neat company called Curious Inventor that created a box that lets a PS2 controller control midi devices. SWEET!!!

Monday, Dec 15

I Woke up early and microwaved some veggie sausage. It is actually not to bad. I worked on the Facility Month End Reports all day and ate lunch at Show-mars with Miss A. I came home, downloaded a few Java eBooks and went to practice to worked on the electronic drum part for part 2 of 4 in Full Circle.

Sunday, Dec 14

I Woke up late. Penni and I ate breakfast at Izzy's and got groceries. Penni napped with the dogs on the couch while i worked on web stuff. I ate Peanut Butter Crackers and coffee. I went to practice and read a little of a downloaded java in a nutshell chm file while listening to mixes of the damn song that we have been working on for a month.


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