How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

My Twittering

  • 22:49 @MacRaven: It was more important back when Spotlight sucked. Now, I use it out of habit. #
  • 08:18 Rochester is still throwing up. Back to the vet later today. Hope there's a non-surgery option here. #
  • 09:18 Back to the vet at 2:30. Talking with Sarah helped settle my mind. I'm still worried. #
  • 16:42 Busy at work, busy with cat. He's okay; may need surgery, may not. #
  • 18:35 Goddammit. He threw up again, even after all the medicine. Looks like somebody's getting surgery tomorrow. #
Twitter is useful. Visit me there.

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