extremely me, every day:
hey i have a lot of stuff to do today.
*doesnt do it*
good night! see u tomorrow hehe
It's a tradition at my job that whoever is stationed where I am has to write punny jokes on this whiteboard so here's today's. Unsure if any of my co-workers will get it lol
You're going to judge someone for not having an Ethernet port on a laptop? Even some of the workstation ThinkPads only have WLAN (and usually have Ethernet adaptors as optional, expensive accessories).
I hate wifi too but I'm not going to judge someone for buying a laptop that fits their needs without caring if it has an Ethernet jack that they may not ever use.
Stupid confession time.
I didn't know narwhals were real creatures until I was in my 20s. I thought they were mythical like unicorns.
Installing Gentoo is as easy as typing two commands! https://mastodon.sergal.org/media/oOlLn6va4dr-jIPX9aw
@LottieVixen the thing is Saturday involved moving a bunch of furniture for the exterminator and Sunday involved cleaning the whole place because I felt like it.
So that should have been not relaxing. But it was still relaxing because nothing crashed or broke or tried to be "smart". (Finally.)
@Elizafox I mean, I have iMessage on my phone and tablet, SMS on both phones… in fact since you use a Mac now you should be able to talk to me on iMessage using that.
But it really doesn't matter because no matter how relaxing this weekend has been despite the hell on Saturday, I'm 99% sure I don't get this federal holiday off work, so I need to bring the computing infrastructure back up this morning.
I haven't used a real computer (beyond my smartphone) since Saturday morning, nearly 48 hours ago.
Is it bad that this has probably been the most relaxing 48 hours of my life?
I know what date and time I had this piece of paper, but I don't know where it is.
If only life had a history feature like Firefox.
tfw you are so OCD you actually plan out capacity and size for surge protectors
“So the Dark did a simple thing. They showed the maker of the sword his own uncertainty and fear. Fear of having done the wrong thing--fear that having done this one great thing, he would never again be able to accomplish anything of great worth--fear of age, of insufficiency, of unmet promise. All such great fears, that are the doom of people given the gift of making, and lie always somewhere in their minds.”
― Susan Cooper, Silver on the Tree
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