I may have said this before, but...
It's Saturday - most of the world must post from work as the volume in
all but one of the 15 or so newsgroups I read daily has gone down to
about 25% of weekday volume. Happens every weekend :-).
The exception is this group :-). I never thought of us as on the cutting
edge, but we must have a lot more home systems than most folks.
Maybe more of us are retired or work from home? Anyone ever looked into
Yeah, I know the feeling. I just finished--finally--putting in the baseboards
in our living/dining room area, and the downstairs bath. So a break is called
for even if they were only MDF.
But a home office does get overly demanding at times.
"Middle age is when your age starts to show around your middle."
On Sat, 25 Oct 2003 10:15:10 -0700, Larry Blanchard
I've been out of work for many months. Days of the week have lost
their meaning and it feels like a never-ending weekend. I wouldn't
wish this on my worse enemy. Gives me a lot more shop time, but no
money for buying wood. I seem to gravitate toward trees being cut
down and there's more logs in my shop.
Never really thought about it in that light. I *have* noticed how many
people in various places post from work. That has always blown my mind.
What are they doing f*ing off on the clock anyway?
Maybe I just think that way because I've never had a job where there was a
computer in my workplace.
Well, that's not exactly true, but close enough. I've never had the option
to fart around online instead of working.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
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