I am the master of the synthesizer.
Things are going to be okay.
I kind of agree with Krugman: need another stimulus, this last one was actually kind of a okay, at least, and didn't go far enough.
I feel like I'm treading water until I hear back. I should probably do some real work over the next couple days, but, whatever. Will try not to be terribly demoralized if rejected. But I thought they liked me.
I feel okay about explaining the strategic relevance of this survey and why, really, we don't need it and shouldn't push it out. I just don't see why it's not immediately and intuitively obvious to somebody in communications - perhaps the fact that it's a survey with numbers and stuff as well as a communication that's confounding things?
I was going to fill an Rx today, forgot the slip at home. Drat. I think I have enough to go one more day, so I can do it tomorrow, but I hate it when I forget stuff. It'd be one thing if I still lived right by a pharmacy, but I don't anymore. I work right by one, though. Hence the annoying thing about leaving it at home. Have to finish homework tonight, so I don't want to run off to the pharmacist when I get home after training. Don't want to send Teh Wife after it because she's nice to have around sometimes, maybe, I guess.
Rolling Stones are a lot better to listen to on the train than The Beatles. More noise.
I've got to figure out what I'm doing for lunch.
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