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[Oct. 18th, 2011|10:43 pm]
Verminius Rex
Went to KCRF on Sunday with the family, the kids enjoyed themselves and I saw many people including one of my RA's from the dorm. Found her recently on FB but haven't seen her in person for 16 years, caught up for a few minutes before kids drove us onwards.

Wanted fish and chips tonight at a new local place stared by a Brit friend, but he did so well everything sold out in 90 minutes. We'll dine on his deep fried goodness soon.

I'm installing Greenfoot on this tiny PC notebook/netbook/whatever it is since Greenfoot appears to not be very Mac friendly without coaxing. I just need to run a very simple program to get my homework done tonight, after that I'll get the tower set up with a new monitor so I can do work at home. But damn this is annoying for a 10 minute intro homework piece.

I've started walking with a friend downtown, 90 minutes was a good start. Some people are doing an Occupy Lawrence protest in South Park, so far not even they know why. Enjoy your campout, dudes. Dropping below freezing at night soon, which is probably why the city isn't going to much effort to oust them yet. Why bother when mother nature will take care of most of them in a couple days?

Next semester I will most likely take a tailoring class on Fridays. It'll involve about 5-6 hours in class doing sewing and tailored garments, I want to learn some of the detailed tailoring techniques for future enterprises. And doing it on a long Friday rather than twice a week means less commuting and getting more stuff done all at once.

Now to get this stupid homework done, assuming I've installed and downloaded everything correctly.