How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Yay Joan Jett!

Bah, I really wish I knew more about what was going on this weekend. Greg 'n Andrea are running a LAN party all weekend, tonight is Colleen's birthday, sometime tomorrow I'm meeting Cate's friends, including Cat who is flying in to identify her mother's body (not a happy trip), but I don't know when any of that is, we're also plotting to hit a concert at Prof. Java's, but I don't know when that is either.

Note, this is all switched from Cate and I going down to Rockland county for a large party because of Cat's mother dying. Which in some ways is sad, because I was looking forward to a little travel, but pish. Things happen.

My biggest regret is wrenching Andrea and Greg a bit, since before we heard about Cat's mom I knew that I wouldn't be at the LAN party, being in Rockland county and all, but then when plans changed, it seemed fitting to pop in for at least a little bit. But things are so up in the air I'm not sure when that'll be. It looks like Sunday, but I just hate being an inconvience. Not having my own transit complicates these things a bit more than they need to be, and Alicia is bitching about the prospect of being moved around already. I've never head a computer whine so much when it gets moved. Literally, for a few hours after getting set up someplace different the fans make the worst noises. She hates having her case on completely is really what it comes down to.

Bitch. Yes, my computer is a bitch, but I love her.

Yay Joan Jett.
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