Bruce (kor27) wrote,


Wednesday night passed in a frenzy of disk ripping. Which somehow sounds a lot more fun than it actually is...

I still haven't installed the new drive. Instead, I've been using audiograbber, which does a very nice clean job. I'm still likely going to install the drive - I have it now, after all.

In any case, I didn't stop until around 7:30am Thursday, with the result that I slept through the day - and several calls from my real estate agent. I'm supposed to meet him at noon to find out what's going on.

In fact, I was a little late to the show because I overslept. I even started 15 minutes late.

But hey, it was a slow Thursday, anyway. An extremely fun one, but slow nonetheless - at least for a Thursday. I made it about halfway through the sixth round before having to close down at 2:00am.

Definitely a fun group tonight. trivialt spent several hours, and kshandra even showed up for a couple of songs. I was pretty tired by the end of the night, though, for whatever reason (probably the messed up sleep schedule). I got into one of those "keep hurting yourself in minor ways" cycles, so I have a whole host of new scratches from the shutting down and the loading up of the car. But mainly I'd like to know where I managed to strain both of my thumbs. It's nothing serious - I just would like to know what the hell I did to get both of them...

I dropped Steve M. off at home, then took myself off to Mini Gourmet. I'll be heading home shortly, where I'll hopefully survive the ravioli I just ate.

Live dangerously, I do.

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