Amy was saying my name on the radio. The on-air people do that sometimes. Usually they do when they’re talking about the web site and how people should visit it because we have monthly online give-aways or I’ve updated the web site and blah blah blah.
I’ve spent the majority of my day installing Norton Systemworks and then updating the anti-virus, running anti-virus, optimizing, and whatever else is in Systemworks. I did this on two of the three computers in my office. There’s no need to do it on the third since it’s not connected to the Internet. These tasks weren’t particularly interesting nor were they a chore. They were just things that needed to be done and caused me not to do much other work (not that I had much other work, but if I did, I wouldn’t be able to do much of it).
So, basically, this is another uninteresting post that needs some snazzing up. In honor of the game on eBay on which Chase is currently bidding, I will include zombies.
Amy was screaming my name on the radio. The on-air people do that sometimes. Usually they do when zombies are attacking them and they need me to rescue them and blah blah blah.
I’ve spent the majority of my day installing Norton Zombieworks and then updating the anti-zombie, running the anti-zombie, optimizing and whatever else is in Zombieworks. I did this on six of the seven doors in the station. There was no need to do it on the seventh since it’s the bathroom door. These tasks were slightly interesting and only slightly a chore. They were things that needed to be done and caused me not to do much other work (not that I had much other work, but if I did, I wouldn’t be able to do much of it).
So, basically, after I did all that, the zombie that was already in the building could not get out and was trying to eat Amy’s brains. When she screamed my name on air, I immediately ran to the studio with the chainsaw I keep in my desk and hacked the zombie to bits. I then bagged the bits up and disposed of them. It was just another day here at the station.