Working my tail off, getting ready for opening, as usual. Lab rebuilds are progressing nicely, close to go time, but I should probably roll in the latest (out of cycle) security bulletin from Microsoft first. Hopefully it doesn’t require any strange things to install properly. Now I just need to hope for no critical patches on patch Tuesday.
In what will probably be the last chance until September, I took Friday off, and spent most of the day working at Hoopeston, getting my linux desktop closer to moving over to new hardware and other misc tasks. And we had one of those 10 minute tasks turn into an all afternoon clusterf$%k. But, in the long run, it was really just moving up the schedule for a reinstall, not creating work. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
Saturday I took advantage of the wonderful concrete floor and air tools to rotate the tires on the Dakota and spent some time working in Hoopeston again. I picked up Alisha’s new hamster, Stinky, from my in-laws and brought it home. He seems to be happier in his plastic habitat than in the cardboard box. Maybe I’ll get some pictures this week.