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We make use of a database (well, many databases...databi...thingies). The main one we use is called Primus. 

Just spent some time with a coworker complaining about it.

I voted for renaming the damn thing to Unicron.

I got a 'bzuh?'  look in return.

I am a sad, sad geek.

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We make use of a database (well, many databases...databi...thingies). The main one we use is called Primus. 

Just spent some time with a coworker complaining about it.

I voted for renaming the damn thing to Unicron.

I got a 'bzuh?'  look in return.

I am a sad, sad geek.

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I'm just having a marvelously wonderful day today. Really.

It starts by the alarm going off at 5:55. I press snooze. My alarm goes off at 6:05. I press snooze. I wake up at 6:13 in a panic because really? I should have been in the car in about 2 minutes. I run around getting ready, and I think there's a chance I woke up housemate by running into the table in the living room.

Get in the car and notice it's a bit blustery as stuff has fallen over, making getting past the roadworks even more interesting than usual. Mutter to myself about how these foolish Brits don't seem to be able to drive in anything other than sunny weather, because come on people, it's only a bit of wind. This is nothing compared to some of the storms I...Erm...why is the car suddenly going sideways?

So yes, it was slightly windier than I expected. I was fine until I hit the top of a hill and the car decided it really wanted to explore the hedge on the opposite side of the road. Fortunately there were no people or cars there and I quickly got back on my own side.

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sessifet: (Hobbes looks)
I'm just having a marvelously wonderful day today. Really.

It starts by the alarm going off at 5:55. I press snooze. My alarm goes off at 6:05. I press snooze. I wake up at 6:13 in a panic because really? I should have been in the car in about 2 minutes. I run around getting ready, and I think there's a chance I woke up housemate by running into the table in the living room.

Get in the car and notice it's a bit blustery as stuff has fallen over, making getting past the roadworks even more interesting than usual. Mutter to myself about how these foolish Brits don't seem to be able to drive in anything other than sunny weather, because come on people, it's only a bit of wind. This is nothing compared to some of the storms I...Erm...why is the car suddenly going sideways?

So yes, it was slightly windier than I expected. I was fine until I hit the top of a hill and the car decided it really wanted to explore the hedge on the opposite side of the road. Fortunately there were no people or cars there and I quickly got back on my own side.

Read more... )

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