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gav (2710)

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Thursday March 14, 2002
03:05 PM

I love it when a plan comes together

[ #3522 ]

Lex Luther had the right idea (Superman II I believe), why bother washing clothes when you can buy new ones? I ran out of clean clothes so I decided to go to Kmart and buy new ones on sunday. Another week has gone on and now my new clean clothes are used up. T-shirt = $4.50, Boxers=$2 Socks=$1, total = $7.50/day. I'm tempted to buy more and put off the trip to the laundrette.

Perl wise, I'm glad I re-wrote our nasty cgi-script for a store product search. I just copied it, changed a few lines and I've got a (nearly) working search for a new client. Yay! Go me!

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  • While searching for a house last fall, I saw a place where the family had done that -- and the dirty laundry was all over the floor -- in every room. A three bedroom house had enough dirty laundry for ten to fifteen people. The stuff was a foot deep in places.

    House hunting is weird.

    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers