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Waco Bound . . .

Today was mostly a non-IT day at work.  The AC in the manager’s office died on Monday so I Amazoned one that got here this morning, so I spent some time getting the old window unit out and the new one installed.

The old one is supposedly about 10 years old, and although it and the new LG model are both 5000 BTU, the new one is much lighter.

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I’ve just about given up trying to recover the database for the Tattoo website, so it looks like I’m just going to have to reenter the data by hand. If I do 5 pages of the catalog per day, it should only take a couple of weeks.

Then later I followed my client over to his home to jump off a dead battery in one of his VW’s. But it turns out that the problem wasn’t the battery, but the ignition switch was kind of intermittent in the start position.

After I got home, Jan and I drove over to Dickinson to the Enterprise Rental office to pick up our rental car. I had asked for another Impala, and not a Tucson like last time. So I was happy to see an Impala sitting in the lot.

Then it was back over to Los Ramirez Mexican Restaurant for dinner, before a quick WalMart stop and then home.

We plan on leaving for Waco about 9 tomorrow morning, meeting our friends at the Saltgrass Steakhouse there about 2pm.

Really looking forward to catching up with them.


Thought for the Day: 

Patience: What you have when there are too many witnesses.

dgh

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One Response to Waco Bound . . .

  1. Jim Hamm says:

    Greg, loading all that data by hand? Hadn’t you done a full backup of all the data to an external hard drive?

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