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I'm glad people are actually using this feature; I thought it would take longer to catch on. I guess it's a nice place for rambling about things that we don't have a thread for.

Today is my first official day at my new job as a "non-trainee." I miss the kitten lifestyle, I should have appreciated it more. With an hour commute up and back, my work days usually consume 11 hours. Maybe after a few months I'll request fewer hours, because this schedule hasn't left much time open for anything else.


I look forward to getting the whole "TNL 4.1" experience once everything is ironed out and all the features are in place. I know Nick put long hours into this for a month, and there's still a lot more to be done, so uh, this is me being appreciative.

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Updated 15 Jun 2010 at 12:32 AM by Nick

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  1. Nick's Avatar
    I do more ironing than Joan Rivers' plastic surgeon.
  2. Calliander's Avatar
    What is the kitten lifestyle? Google did not assist me with this one.
  3. Rated E's Avatar
    Well, when you're out of work you have time to do what a cat does, which is laz about, take a lot of baths, and play. Kitten lifestyle.
  4. Mzo's Avatar
    It's time to get a job when you start pooping in the houseplants.
  5. Geen's Avatar
    You were kind of like a lazy cat when you had no job years ago and I had to drive you around. Fun times.

    Edit: Shit! I'm sorry, E! When I read this entry I thought Mzo had written it because he was the last person to comment and, apparently, I get confused easily! Congrats on getting out of training! Hope everything goes smoothly for you there! ^__^;;
    Updated 28 Jun 2010 at 02:09 AM by Geen
  6. Mzo's Avatar
    I DON'T WRITE LIKE A GIRL
  7. Geen's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Mzo
    I DON'T WRITE LIKE A GIRL
    Looking back, I should have thought the ">__>" was odd of you to write, but I really didn't question it at the time. Live and learn, right?

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