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Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2013 8:38 AM


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Well there you go! I was obviously too busy with making sure everything was OK!

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Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2013 11:28 AM


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I love it when I find out I don't need to do something I thought I'd need to do because of something I did...

I'm all set to shrink a DB when a little more digging shows me that the other DBs on the server live on another drive entirely, and I could free up ~40GB by deleting the backup I took over the weekend before starting anything...

No weekend work on it for me!

So, how about the Red Wings last night?
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Posted Tuesday, May 7, 2013 11:34 AM


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jasona.work (5/7/2013)
I love it when I find out I don't need to do something I thought I'd need to do because of something I did...

I'm all set to shrink a DB when a little more digging shows me that the other DBs on the server live on another drive entirely, and I could free up ~40GB by deleting the backup I took over the weekend before starting anything...

No weekend work on it for me!

So, how about the Red Wings last night?


YAY on both counts

Go Wings




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jasona.work (5/7/2013)
So, how about the Red Wings last night?


They were a little spicy. Could have used more teryaki sauce.

Oh, wait... You were talking the red-colored buffalo wings, right?


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I'm nominating ChrisM@Work for saint hood.

And, he should be charging for the amount of work he's doing for one company in India. A lot.


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I'm nominating ChrisM@Work for saint hood.

Hey! I can be mean!


And, he should be charging for the amount of work he's doing for one company in India. A lot.

I'm still living off all the beer you lot bought me last friday night


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Posted Wednesday, May 8, 2013 11:27 AM


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You know, having a window at work can be both a boon and a curse...

Boon because, especially if it opens, you can get fresh air, bright sunshine...

Curse for the exact same reasons, especially on nice days...

I keep feeling the breeze on my neck, and wishing I'd tossed my golf clubs in the trunk of the car so I could sneak out early...
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jasona.work (5/8/2013)
You know, having a window at work can be both a boon and a curse...

Boon because, especially if it opens, you can get fresh air, bright sunshine...

Curse for the exact same reasons, especially on nice days...

I keep feeling the breeze on my neck, and wishing I'd tossed my golf clubs in the trunk of the car so I could sneak out early...

I wish I had this problem. My office is buried near the geometrical center of a second floor of a large building...
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Posted Wednesday, May 8, 2013 11:44 AM
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jasona.work (5/8/2013)
You know, having a window at work can be both a boon and a curse...

Boon because, especially if it opens, you can get fresh air, bright sunshine...

Curse for the exact same reasons, especially on nice days...

I keep feeling the breeze on my neck, and wishing I'd tossed my golf clubs in the trunk of the car so I could sneak out early...


Windows that OPEN??!?!


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Posted Wednesday, May 8, 2013 12:14 PM


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You know, having a window at work can be both a boon and a curse...

Boon because, especially if it opens, you can get fresh air, bright sunshine...

Curse for the exact same reasons, especially on nice days...

I keep feeling the breeze on my neck, and wishing I'd tossed my golf clubs in the trunk of the car so I could sneak out early...


Windows that OPEN??!?!


Well, it is only a two floor building, built way back in the '40s or so...

Of course, the poor schleps in the newer buildings don't get opening windows...
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