|Iced Tea dilemna
||[Aug. 20th, 2002|12:56 pm]
Ran out of iced tea bags the other day, and drank through the two containers I'd already made in the fridge yesterday.|
So today I woke up without my morning iced tea.... had to drink orange juice, but it just didn't cut it.
As a result: tired. (I slept tons!)
Wait... it's that whole "sleep or lack thereof affects you two days later" thing. Shit. Two nights ago I slept 3 hours.
Meeting some people from New York downtown at 3 pm... I don't know either of them, and they don't know me, but a common friend of ours told us to get together while they're in town and meet. So, we are. Common friend's in New York. Should be interesting.
*yawn* I hate being tired.
My USB ethernet device for my Tivo is "Aug 20, 2002 3:40 A.M. TUALATIN, OR, US .. OUT FOR DELIVERY" so that'll give me something to do later.
Why does Debian's DHCP server require subnet declarations for every subnet your ethernet devices are part of? If I don't declare any options for my external NIC, just don't do DHCP on it! Just a waste of a few lines in the conf file.
Righellis just called... reminded me I'm going to Vegas in just over a week. Nick's going to now, I guess. Rad.