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Friday September 19, 2003
12:17 PM

Nat is a crazy man

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My tent is the new unit library. Stacey also tells me that a group of Chicago-based flight attendants are collecting DVDs to send to me, so I can be Blockbuster too.

Bad news, folks. I'm here to April, at least. I wanted to get back into the Perl world sooner than that, so my Powerbook and other cool things are on their way here. We'll see what happens.

When I get back my priority is a paper version of TPR in some fashion. I've been thinking about it, and with the extra scratch this long deployment will give me, I should be able to do it, especially since I'll be on the dole for a bit.

But hey, life isn't all bad. The temperature is a chilly 95 F. That is chilly, too. I use my wool blanket at night.

Anyone who wants to send me Perl related snail mail (conference proceedings, slides) eventually gets a free beer. :)

brian d foy
119th MP Co
APO AE 09335

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  • brian d foy
    119th MP Co
    APO AE 09335

    How would that address be written to work from outside the US?

    I regret that I can't think of anything that I have duplicates of to send, so I can't promise anything.

    • The address is a regular US address, so you can just attach USA to it. Postage should be the same as to the US, since everything goes through New Jersey for us.

      If you are near a US military base, sometimes you can just inject it right into the Army (or Fleet)Post Office, like my British friends have.