Heck, they're even starting to consider moving down the mountain into a smaller place.
After dinner, I dropped by the bar because, well, I'm somehow addicted. It was relaxing, in an odd way: Instead of working on karaoke, I sat in a booth with the laptop and worked on the bar website.
Around midnight I headed back home to the sweatshop (kinda literally: With two desktops, a laptop, and the laserdisc player going continuously, it gets pretty warm in there).
I'm about 80% of the way through the laserdiscs. On the CDG side, well, I'm over halfway done with the MM-6100s. Except...
I happened to notice once that the CDG burner would freeze at certain points (Not too surprising - I'm frequently doing parallel MPEG encoding and, well, XP sucks). The fun thing was noticing that after some timeout it would just go onto the next track without giving an error. A quick check found a few truncated files, but those were only the extreme examples.
So various random tracks may be truncated. I was planning to teach myself Python for this project anyway, but I've had to kick that part of the project into higher gear: I need to write a utility to compare the ripped file length to the CD track size.
Fun fun. Meanwhile, I need to finish up here and head to the bar with my car full of discs and parts...