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General crappines ensued the moment I walked through the door. Further prying into the backlog of turnovers has revealed that the Fiery is not simply broken, I fried the motherboard. Take that, Windows! In yet another stunning develpment, it seems that G. has been written up for not doing his job adequately. Funny, because they never did get around to telling him what exactly his job is. There's more pages in that than I've ever seen on any review, but from what I've seen, poor G. got read the riot act. (Note to self: start writing turnover @ 5 AM.) No mention yet of the snafu over last weekend's B. job, but I expect there will be.

Today will entail swinging by Mom's to pick up the rest of my laundry, assuming the dryer wants to relinquish it, and then sleeping for an all-too-brief time before getting up for the master class Ruder's requiring us to go to. Then work, somewhat better than normal because it will be payday. Then it's off to lab where we get to do something with DNA, then home to bed, then work, then... Ye gods, I have no life.

Adding to the tally of things I need but can't afford, I now need a new C-string. Thing's been unraveling ever since I put it on, and I just keep getting more and more nervous because to break a string that thick is very hazardous, not to mention bad luck.

Currently reading The Short Victorious War by David Weber. I can't believe I haven't read this series sooner, but it just rocks. Very much science-fiction, but the main character appeals to me, and the only thing I find fault in it is Weber's disturbing tendency to build up very interesting characters only to kill them off. Though I absolutely love Nimitz.

He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster.
And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.

-Friedrich Nietzsche




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