One nice thing about work is that today it allowed me to make the following pun: "The circuit breaker section in this package really tripped me up."
(And it did
, too. That one had all kinds of little pieces I'd never seen before and which would not
pull up in the online digest, and...urg. Evil little section.)
This was the same package that had a panelboard schedule* with approximately fifty million little drawings, all of which came in out of order, and which took roughly forever
to straighten out. I grow to dislike panelboards, yes, I do... (Think of it this way: imagine importing a 30-page story which you've never read into Acrobat, having the pages come in all out of order, and then having to use a tiny little page number in the corner to put them in order. Only it's not a number, it's something like 5KL1-Sect 4, and the next one is 3MR2-Sect 3, and you've got to put them in order according to a schedule from earlier in the package and not, like, alphabetically or anything rational, and do you see why it makes me a bit crazy? Although on the other hand there is feeling of vindication after I've sorted all the little buggers out, and that's kind of nice at 9:30 in the morning...)
is a deceptively simple, yet astoundingly addictive little game. I don't know whether to hate you or love you, Peter.
I decided that I had to have the rumba RayK and Stell dance to at the end of "Strange Bedfellows," and it's actually on iTunes! Woo! It's so cool. *wiggles a bit* *has unfortuantely forgotten just about every cool move she ever learned for American Rumba** Panelboard = essentially the breaker box you have in your home, only bigger. Sometimes much bigger.