I don't know, but the Emperor looks a bit like DeNiro here. A bit.
So far it's been a long week. At work, we managed to break our computer Tuesday night and hadn't gotten it back on its feet by Wednesday. My Marine counter-part (okay, he's not in the Marines anymore, but he was a corporal back in the day) has a couple of ideas to get it running again. They should work.
I hope so, otherwise it's back to documentation Hell for me.
Software is all fun and games until it's time to write the manuals.
Okay, fun and games doesn't really describe it. Mentally, it's hard work.
No, really. You try to get all those 1's and 0's to line up in the right order. (Okay, a purist would point out it's just fluctuations in voltages representing 1's and 0's. Not real 1's and 0's. Hardware people, geez.)
|How Napoléon saw himself crossing the Alps.|
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About that malfunctioning computer, it's really my fault. I discovered something and said to Ron, the Marine, "Hey Ron, this test doesn't actually test anything!"
"Let me see."
"You're right. I have a couple of ideas, why don't you go to lunch and let me play with it?"
Some time later Ron comes back and announces, "Uh, we have a problem."
Ever the smartass, I respond, "Whaddaya mean we?"
So today we make one last attempt. Then it's time to call IT.
Let them figure it out.
Yeah, I got nothing.
So I'm going to watch some Russian dash cam videos for inspiration. You get...
Don't look at me, I wasn't expecting that either.