Next hour?! HA HA HA HA HA HA. And HA HA some more, too.
And that's all I have to say about THAT.
I almost died today. Well, that's a little hyperbolic (is that a word form of hyperbole?), I guess. My car was nearly struck by another car. Very nearly. (Note that I didn't say I was *nearly* in a car accident. I was. The other person didn't mean to do what they did, so that was an accident.) They tried to turn right *through* my car. I attempted to brake fast enough to prevent it, and also keep from hitting the lamppost.
They failed, I succeeded on both counts, and then I managed to recover quickly enough to see them at the stoplight ahead of us and assure them that I was fine - I was laughing my head off. It's not often that I see a streetlight that close to my car.
I did actually manage to flip a truck over once in a blizzard, rebound it off the trees, and land in the ditch. I walked home. Not even bruising, and I bruise pretty easy.
I guess I should be dead. Good thing I'm not.
Bizarre behavior from the program. Whatever I did *last* time with it, the checkboxes always cleared; whatever I'm doing with it now, they're not. Really weird, since I'm doing identical stuff AFACT.
Friggin' Cygwin...! I honestly thought it was small. I didn't know what it was. Clearly it's gonna be a lot more than I thought, because apparently the whole ball of wax weighs in around 55 megs. (For
I don't think I need all that, so I'll be doing a pick-and-choose, eventually figuring out what I need and doing the download. I just find it funny that I thought 'oh, I'll just have it download everything and when I get home later, I'll set it all up'. HA HA HA.
I still don't know why it's pretending some of the cards aren't in the inventory. I have it *print* the inventory hash as it builds it, and bang, there's the card it says isn't there. Maybe I'm destroying part of the hash somehow, but that seems very unlikely. I don't even refer to it most of the time - built arrays of keys so I don't have to touch keys(%inventory).
Deep breath. Fingers at home row. Keep going.