Fail of Your Day


#622

Are you referring to the fact that we have multiple timezones at all, or the silly places that switch time zones instead of observing Daylight Savings Time?


#623

What’s wrong with our time zones? The continental US is 3000 miles wide it would be ridiculous to have one time zone. Daylight savings time is stupid though.


#624

I think he’s referring to the fact that many of our timezones pass right through states instead of honoring state lines.


#625

I would suspect it’s partially based on mountain range separation.


#626

Work laptop SSD coughed today. I don’t want to get a new work laptop for a few months, but it’ll probably be sooner. Did finally motivate me to get my backup house in order.


#627

Adam is sick, poor guy. He is quarantined in the guest suite on the other side of the house, and I get 24/7 baby duty without break. Just finding time to eat and shower has been difficult without being able to hand the baby off to him. This is exacerbated by the baby making a cognitive developmental leap and, as many babies do in advance of such a leap, he wants to suckle and be held for multi-hour stretches. The silver lining is that watching the baby notice more, engage more, and start to explore his little world is fascinating.


#628

Mildly messed up the VM datastore at work. No data is lost, but fixing it is tedious.


#629

#630

One of my new meds is making me throw up a lot. Probably the androgen blocker because the estrogen isn’t orally delivered (it’s dissolved under the tongue) making it less likely to induce vomiting than something actually going to the stomach.


#631

Guess who’s got a concussion! Now for the gamble to see if I’m going to wake up tomorrow.