Friday, August 22, 2008

Summer Part The Second, Version 3.2 alpha RC6

You might have noticed the complaints of two to three days of consecutive 104°F degree weather. Thank you for noticing. It has been raining for the last three days...remember cold, wet and dark Oregon?

It's back, and it's pissed off.

The rain is good for the farms and does wonders for my aversion to heat.

Can i get a 50k a year salary watching the rain or bitching about the weather? No?

In other news: ZFS is your friend. Don't commit any changes to routers toward the end of the day. Backup! Backup the Backup! How many router hops does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll pop? Does it support IETF? If a beer opens itself in your fridge, does a tree in the forest hear it? Saimin is cheap, but awfully salty. Salt is quite salty. Guitars are made of wood and wire and are not particulary salty, but sort of expensive. When all else fails, Lydian. When that fails, feedback and the "pick scratch glissando" are your trustworthy friends. The capitol of Oregon is not Yngwie Malmsteen, but it should be. Playing sextuplet sequences at 1/4 note value 120 BPM is hard. I should be able to magically pay bills by playing all the diatonic modes in all twelve keys. Pizza should somehow replenish itself in my freezer. All money should come to you in white sacks with the "$" emblazoned upon them. When trying to make a point, one should use the phrase "Behold" once or twice; thrice thou shalt not utter the phrase..


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