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Hullo Weekend

Some days are stranger then others. Some weeks busier. The last few nights I've wanted to write stuff but I had other things in the way. Last night for instance I brought work home. Tonight, I went on Dirk and Big Country's Open Coms show. Sometime at work today I had an idea for a blog post that promptly fell out of my head when I had to do some tasks before I could write it down. I may remember it.

My weekend off hits. Tomorrow, I hope to finish doing my setup for my project for Dire. It turns out the staging system that I had planned to use may be out because a new pirate group has moved in and they enjoy camping the high sec gate. I'm going to have to research their activity and see if I can get my work done during their off hours. If not, I have a backup plan.

For the second time since I have started playing Eve my work schedule will change. When I started playing I worked midnights. Working midnights made it very easy for me to hang out with the West Coast guys. However, I switched to day shift and that came with its own requirements. Now, I am heading to an evening shift and it will be interesting to see what it brings with it. I'm looking forward to not getting up at five in the morning anymore.

Now I have weekend plans. Build stuff for Dire. Work on the structure FAQ. Get the minutes reviews. Plus, I finally remembered the small thing I wanted to do from the low sec session. I need to write a forum post. Maybe tomorrow?

Please, please don't let the power go out because there just happens to be a hurricane hurtling for the east coast of the USA. I really have a lot of Eve stuff to do.

Bonus, I'm going to wait to read Eve mail in the evening so that I don't open an angry mail and let it demoralize me for the day!

I shall report in as to how I do.


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  1. You do good work, keep on keeping on. Thank You.

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  2. DireNecessity boldly steps on to the beach striding to the roiling water’s edge. Raising her right hand in the universally understood ‘halt’ position, she bellows into wind, “Stay back Hurricane Joaquin! Wonderful people reside here. They've terribly important work to do. You must not interfere.”

    Waltzing back inland she comments, “I’ve done what I can. Perhaps the storm will behave. Sometimes they do.”

    Be well North Atlantic’s edge. Hurricanes can be most unpleasant.

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  4. Please, please don't let the power go out because there just happens to be a hurricane hurtling for the east coast of the USA.

    I really have a lot of Eve stuff to do.


    Pure gold.... =]

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