On my break in the meeting rooms at my apt complex. I live in f-ing Silicon Valley and some nerds are loudly brainstorming about some software rollout next door. I've kicked our adjoining wall several times, but they persist.
Also, is it true that hiccups are a symptom of Ebola? I couldn't get that out of my mind for the rest of LR1 section.
Colonel_funkadunk wrote:My goal is to got -0 throug the first 25 or 26.
Hope everyone's work is going well today!
Ahahahahaha. Me too! But there's just no freaking way. Hiccups? No.
But, just looked it up: "The symptoms which occur in Ebola are very similar to those which occur in may other diseases in tropical Africa. Fever, up to 40 degrees centigrade, extreme fatigue, muscle and joint pain, headache, especially frontal headache, hiccups (and hiccups in this case are a very bad sign.) They are associated with a very severe prognosis probably because of irritation to the diaphragm..." courtesy David L. Heymann, MD, a WHO director.
You should leave Mark Zuckerberg a note. "Unless you are developing software that we can implant into my brain so that I score no less than a 175, you need to STFU immediately." At least you don't have to worry about them having loud sex, though. /nerd joke. (I was a huge computer geek and started coding my own websites at 9, so I am allowed to make such jokes.)