Next, as I'm walking from the parking garage to my building, a guy walking the other way suddenly stopped when he saw me and said, "I need one smile!" So I smiled at him, and he placed his hand on his heart, blew me a kiss, and said "Gracias!" as he continued along his way. Okay, it's probable that he does that with 80% of the women he walks by, but darned if I haven't been grinning like an idiot since!
Then, when I actually got to my cube, I found that some anonymous kind soul left me their Cool Beans frequent buyer card, with 4 of 10 stamps already filled out! (10 stamps = one free coffee) And I already have a card with 8 stamps on it... this is too awesome! Two days after I find out that there's a Cool Beans down the street, I've got 12 stamps! ;D I think I know who might have left it, so I'll have to thank him later.
I'm usually here around 7:30-ish so I can leave at 4:00, but tonight I'm heading straight from here to Oakland for lordjosh2004's farewell party, which doesn't begin 'til 5:30, so I decided to treat myself to a little extra sleep. So far, it is paying off tremendously.
I'll try to get the sappiness out of the way here so I don't embarrass myself this evening. Josh, you're the best friend I had in Computer Science. We slogged through 8 AM
As far as work goes, I've been playing with some TSQL code too. My assignment is to figure out what it does. Ah, the joys of proprietary langauges! I hope I'm doing a good job of it, because nobody here will be able to tell me if I'm right or wrong, it seems...
P.S.: www.sitepal.com I got into a fifteen-minute argument with the resident AI over God. Unfortunately, this AI is no better than any other "Eliza"-esque program I've played with, and digresses into gibberish just as you've backed her into a corner. Still pretty amusing though. ^_^