Sabbath

Jul. 20th, 2017 05:50 pm
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Second day at The Farm. Got here early yesterday morning, and Mom&Dad headed out around noon. Yesterday afternoon saw a shopping trip to Campbellsville - medicine and snacks for Kaiser, food and clothes that I forgot to pack for me. Had a mighty moment of dumb when getting things together yesterday morning, I guess.

This dog, y'all. Despite the heat, he's outside on the porch, but will probably whine in a half-hour or so to be let back inside so he can lie down on the floor and cool off for a while. He's a hoot, swinging between "I'm a strong proud red Doberman who doesn't need no (hu)man" and straight-up almost as needy as my housemate.

It's high summer, that's for sure. Lexington weathermen have tossed around the phrase "hottest day of the year" quite a bit. It's presently 91F, heat index 102F, down a few degrees from a few hours ago. There's a chance of daytime thunderstorms over the weekend, which should help knock air temps down a bit. But thunder will scare the dog, so, a mixed blessing.

Little things: USPS mail holding is pretty great for long getaways like this. I'd bought some promo and alt-art cards from eBay, shipped through USPS, and had a little anxiety about them arriving while I was away - housemate's shacking up with this season's Whatsername when he's not working in Lexington. Two minutes at USPS.com and all is handled.
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The remains of a tropical storm blew through here Thursday and yesterday. A couple of rounds of heavy rain, and fortunately no flooding here. Lexington got hit a little harder, with some brief road closures. All now seems well.

I learned last night, after getting home from gaming, that Stewart Wieck died on Thursday. 49 years old. Wieck was one of the founders of White Wolf, and had later founded Nocturnal. He was one of the most influential figures in this hobby/industry; universe knows his products brought me a lot of good times over the years.

Oh, hey, I won a second Sabine's TIE Fighter in the league raffle last week. Was able to pick it up last night, so at some point, I'm going to field a Rebel squad built around four TIE Fighters. It will terrible, but I expect I will have a good time with it.

I've got this little list of things to do before Monday. Since graduation, I've been about two-fifths successful in my 300 words/day writing. I'm going to get better at that. Yesterday, I picked up some little pieces for the portable layout I want to build so the (quite ridiculous) collection of locomotives and cars can get out of their boxes and get some actual running in. Need to do some cleaning in the bathroom and kitchen. And, with the expectation of it not being good at all, go see Alien: Covenant at the second-run theater down the way.

So, best get to going on this. Saturday, go!
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I'm progressing, just not as quickly as I'd like. After my shift ended yesterday, I worked for a couple of hours in the SPHIS lounge, then played some Imperial Assault, then worked until midnight or so when I got home. Woke up crazy early this morning and went back to SPHIS around 7AM, worked for a couple of hours, then back home when I started losing focus. Power nap. Still focusing on the policy paper, since it has to be more objective than the practicum writeup. I want to be done with the policy paper before going to bed tonight, and if that requires coffee or something stronger, then so be it.

Weather has improved enough for the airshow to happen. I've heard a lot of planes at Bowman in the past couple of hours, and WHAS11 is streaming their coverage. Kinda wish I was there, but, priorities.

Got invited to go to Origins with the FFG delegation, and, fuck it, I'm going. I've wanted to see this con for a few years now. The people who invited me are some of my best friends here in Louisville, and, y'know, life's short. Details to come; I figure I'll be on Star Wars duty of some kind.
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SPHIS reactivated the student ambassador position, so I've gone back to worth this week. No changes in the job, and other staff and faculty are glad we're back. The break was nice, as it let me put a stake in my practicum.

The X-Wing season wrapped up on the 31st. I backed into a playoff slot, and put together a fast-moving very agile squadron, but my opponent's big guns tore me apart in the first round. My buddy Ben S was our eventual champion, playing Rebel Alliance squadrons throughout the playoffs. Now, a few weeks of even more casual play, and probably some Armada and Imperial Assault games, too.

Classes are coming to a close. I'm not as panicked about things as I was a couple of weeks ago. Things look more realistic now. There is a whole lot of work still to be done, but I can manage it.

Weather's looking interesting today. Right now, it's a pretty day, clear skies and warm, but there are watches and warnings to the south, and they're heading this way. Just heard that Auburn University is shutting down for the rest of the day, and Atlanta is getting hit pretty hard. Our currently pleasant weather is expected to feed this mess when it gets close. Have talked with some of the cohort about skipping class tonight, because the front is supposed to hit about the time we go in and stick around through the evening.

This should be my last posting here. The new terms of service don't sit real well with me. I don't have any fear of posting up something that'll break the host country's laws, but for personal and political reasons, I'm not keen on involvement. I'm migrating over to Dreamwidth, with the same journal name, in case anyone wants to follow. Dreamwidth is importing everything from here to there, and I understand that to be a pretty complete and painless progress. Lots of people doing that, looks like, as my entries and replies are deep in a queue. No hurry. Do your thing, machines.

Eleven years and change here. Huh.
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Last working day of the year, and it had an inauspicious beginning. Made the turn onto Broadway from Baxter and heard a rhythmic thumping sound start up. Dammit, a flat tire, I thought, and pulled into a church parking lot to get a look. Not flat yet, but it wouldn't be long - a bolt imbedded in the tread. Not near the sidewall, fortunately. There's a Meineke shop a couple blocks from SPHIS; pulled in, and they were able to plug the puncture and all was well.

Freezing fog set in overnight, and by the time I got to Gray Street, it had thickened enough that I couldn't see past I-65. Around 10AM, it changed to dry blowing snow. Pretty, but I'm glad I wasn't out in it.

I'm ready for the holiday break. One errand to run tonight, and then I've got a couple of days to just goof around. Going to work on my Star Wars game for Friday night, read, watch a whole lot of Netflix. I'm lighting out for The Farm Saturday morning, staying until Tuesday, I think. Keeping gift-giving and receiving to a minimum; just exchanges with Mom&Dad. Everyone else gets my whole over-the-stuff state of mind and get that I just want time.
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One grade in - an A in Health Systems.

The best thing about the semester break is the opportunity to read for enjoyment again. I try to get in at least ten pages a night before bed when classes are in session, but I can't give over much more time than than. This week, I've finished A Time of Torment, by John Connolly - very good thriller, and Ayahuasca, by Jonathan Huls - started hate-reading it by page 50 and haven't decided if I'm going to put it in the HPB pile or just recycle it to keep save anyone else from making my mistake. Started I Hate You - Don't Leave Me last night, in a further attempt at understanding BPD.

Cold snap this week, and Saturday looks like a mess. Rain in the morning and afternoon, with highs around 60 and then a dive below freezing, so all of the water on the roads will become ice. Had thought about a day trip for Saturday, but I think I'll be better-suited to staying home and playing games or something.

Maybe I could take that little trip tomorrow, he thought, before consulting the weather forecast and deciding against that plan as well.

I've created a wiki for my Star Wars game! Very early stages, only a few entries so far, but it's a fun exercise, and it helps me keep track of details.
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I've come to love Thursdays. I don't really miss market setup and teardown, although the lunch options right outside my building door were nice to have. Thursday night is my favorite class, the one not part of my concentration. Two instructors, four students, and we tend to be super casual. Last week, we spent a good chunk of class time talking about communications methods and technology, human obsolescence, technoshock and a singularity event. And then went for a joyride in one classmate's RS6 and holy cow that thing is fast.

Fridays are hit and miss. This one was a hit - practicum mentor was out of the office, so I had a free day. Slept late, went into LMPHW around 10, handled some paperwork and phone calls and journal logs, and went home. Age of Rebellion game that night, which went well and, more importantly gave me tons of good player feedback and suggestions on the game as a whole.

Which led to Saturday. Stayed in bed until noon, working on the game. Wrote up three opposition forces for the PC group - a Rodian clan, an ISB investigation team, and an Inquisitor. I think they're nicely scaled, each with their own threat level and reasons to oppose the PCs. We'll start finding out next session when the PCs cross paths with the ISB operation.

(UofL won Saturday night, after seemingly trying not to do so in the first half of the game. Three higher-ranked teams lost, moving UofL up to #3 in both polls. Playoff committee meets tomorrow and if UofL is in their top four, people are going to lose their minds. Next game is Thursday night at Houston, and that's maybe tricky.)

Autumn finally showed up. The last few mornings have seen sub-freezing temperatures when I woke up, and highs have been in the low 60s. Took long enough - yet another summer that didn't want to end.
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Louisville beat Marshall. Cards are 4-0, playing at Clemson this week. Although, UofL is ranked higher than Clemson, I can't quite get myself to believe that UofL will win. Clemson is so darn good.

Classes are still progressing. For a small number of reasons, I'm starting to wish that I'd maybe concentrated in Health Management instea of Promotion. I mentioned this in passing to one of my professors, and that led to another conversation about post-MPH plans. We have a rough map, combining our new executive MHA program with our policy PhD while working for SPHIS or a city or state agency.

It's the middle of the semester already. Monday and Tuesday are fall break, and I'm taking the days off from work. Going to head to the farm in a few hours to work on papers. Mom&Dad are gone to Arizona, so I'm house-sitting, and the quiet environment should be conducive to getting plenty of work done.

Set up an epic-scale X-Wing game last night. Led a 400-point Imperial force with my Raider against a 12-starfighter Rebel group supported by a electronics warfare GR-75. My Raider and a TIE/SF were the last Imperial ships on the table, but the Raider did its thing and, after hanging back to build up energy reserves, ripped the Rebel forces to bits. A really good time all around, and we're planning to do it again soon - I have yet to use my CR90, and that needs to be rectified soon.

Shadowrun Anarchy dropped this morning. Hoping to get (or make) the time to read at least some of it this weekend.

Oh hey, autumn finally arrived for real. The past week has seen daytime high temps in the low 70s or upper 60s, rain, clouds, some sunshine peeking through.
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With the arrival of Imperial Veterans, TIE Defenders are now very, very good. They're not unbeatable, but they're definitely the premiere Imperial starfighter now. Yesterday's tournament (so much for that pledge, it seems) saw four Imperial squadrons, all using some new Defender options in a Palpatine-on-a-cheap-shuttle model. I went up against two of them, losing badly to one and losing to the second by one point. Biggest difference: in the first battle, I went for targets of opportunity, and in the second, sicced my force on the shuttle and removed the Emperor's dice modifying ability.

Celebrated Independence Day with a couple of parades, driving and riding in Dad's F-100. Russell Springs' parade was a mess, and we spent more time sitting still while a marching band or flag corps or something performed. A nasty storm front was rolling our way during the parade, and when it ended, we raced a heck of a storm home (and lost). Tornado warning, rotating clouds overhead, sideways rain. But all things equal, we had a good time.

Dad texted me late Saturday night, letting me know that an uncle had died. Not one I'm at all close to, so not really something I'm torn up over, but, well, Mom. In fact, my first thought when Dad told me was, hey, Tudor's and Gino's! But, the funeral looks to be on Thursday, and I can't/won't miss market day without a really good reason, so I'll have to wait until Charcon, I guess. (I'm not a good person sometimes.)
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Under the clouds, at the moment, and I'd like them to open up for a little while. Just be done by 2PM, when we close up for the day.

This is Derby Week in Louisville, when the city puts on a couple of parties for itself and its residents (Pegasus Parage, something called Thurby, and the Kentucky Oaks race tomorrow) and a big party for the rest of the world on Saturday. No small number of streets are closed around HSC today, and non-medical offices (like us and a couple of banks and restaurants) are closing up shop plenty early so we can get home before the parade completely wrecks traffic flows - or find a place to watch the parade, if you're so inclined. I've been here since 8AM, we've had no visitors of any stripe, and a couple of co-workers and I started our day off by goofing around in front of the building and watching LMPD remove vehicles whose owners ignored the ridiculous number of very large signs warning of today's street closures, posted since at least Monday.

So, yeah. Today's been quiet, and tomorrow will likely be so as well. Oaks Day, much of the city just shuts down. Most - darn near all - of our faculty and staff stay home or go to the races or whatever; I volunteered to be here, knowing that I'll likely have the building nearly to myself. Heck yeah I'm going to catch up on my reading.

Derby Day itself, I don't know. I'm not much for the very showy parties that accompany the day. Damned if I don't love Derby Night, though. The Highlands fills up with folks out to have a good time, everyone is in a good easygoing mood, last call is extended until 6AM. And I live close enough to that part of town that I can just walk to and from wherever.

And Sunday, there's Slur Your Role over at Kaiju and I'm planning to get in some Deadlands Noir time.
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The semester ends tonight. Group presentation, a communty health assessment. And then done.

I know one grade already, am near-certain on a second, and have good guesses on the other two. There's a shot at an improvement in Biostats. Assessment is ... I don't know. There's been a lot of nitpicking in grading, and I'm not especially confident that we'll get the grade I believe we've earned. We'll know one way or another in 48 hours.

Since Marc is leaving for home as soon as our presentation is over tonight, we had one last evening out last night. A storm front came through, knocking out power to the restaurant/bar for a while, and the wind bounced me around quite a bit while I was on I-64. But it was a good time, and good spirits.

Now we wait.

The Storm

Feb. 24th, 2016 10:30 am
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NCAA baseball season started last week. UofL swept the opening weekend opponent, outscoring SIU Edwardsville by 43-5 over the three games. Friday was a little cool and very windy, but a pretty good day at the stadium. Saturday - oh, man, Saturday. Sunny, warm, about perfect. Mom&Dad came up for the game, and D came with us, and it was just a delight. And barbecue for dinner after the game, so heck yeah.

Sunday, weatherwise, was not sunshine and rainbows. Well, there may have been rainbows, because there sure was a lot of rain. I drove to Lexington to play X-Wing and despite going 0-3, it was a pretty good day. The second and third games could have gone my way - agility dice betrayed me both times on a gunnery pass. Did manage to kill Bossk with a TIE Defender and one-shotted Guri with a TIE Bomber, and anytime I can blow up a flying sandcrawler, I'm happy.

I threw the Defender into this list mostly because I didn't want to fill up the leftover space with the default of a couple of Fighters. It's got some problems (next time, FFS, put the Mark 2 engine on the thing), but it is a solid ship, and can deliver and endure a lot of damage. It's going to see more use when the Imperial Veterans pack arrives; I'm going to keep it in the rotation for a while. It's an interesting ship.

I cancelled on CincyCon. The getaway would have been nice, but prepping a couple of games for the con was adding more of a cognitive load than I wanted. May port some of the notes into a Slur Your Role day over at Kaiju as a warmup for ConGlomeration.

Great Train Expo here in Louisville this weekend. Probably going for at least a few hours; otherwise I'll be deeply immersed in prepping for a biostats midterm, and I will have to have a break from that.

Never Stop

Jan. 23rd, 2016 09:22 am
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Last weekend, there was a car problem. My water pump seized, which resulted in the serpentine belt shredding. While bad, my luck held - I was at the farm. Got the Jolly Green Giant to a shop in Liberty and was able to get things replaced, although I lost a day of work.

There's a game store in my little tiny hometown now. Didn't get the chance to drop in, but, well, it exists.

Snow hit on Wednesday (Mom&Dad's 48th anniversary, BTW). A couple of inches, but enough for UofL to cancel classes and close offices for the day. We were back in session Thursday, but closed again yesterday due to the bigger storm. This thing, which is named Jonas for whatever reason, was a heck of a thing to watch. Our forecasts changed rapidly - snowfall prediction, when the storm would hit and pass, everything. The end results were all over the place, too. At SDF, the official snowfall total was just under two inches. Straight-line distance, SDF is about 7 miles from the house, where we got better than four inches. At the farm, there was a quarter-inche of ice and sleet below just over a foot of new snowfall. And the Atlantic Seaboard is getting hammered.

And there's a 35-mile string of vehicles on I-75 in Rockcastle County that isn't going anywhere for a while. Never a dull moment.

Besides class and desk time, the storm knocked out a couple of events - a course on harm reduction at Metro Health & Wellness and a X-Wing escalation tournament, both today.

I'm becoming that which I hate, briefly. It's store championship season for X-Wing, and I'm flying in one. With a two-ship build. I have no expectations of placing highly; mostly I want to learn about other builds and entertain myself.

Strangled

Jan. 10th, 2016 07:17 pm
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And we're back in session at SPHIS. A couple of days to, really, get paid for doing nothing before classes started. Read quite a bit. Directed a few new students. Held a few hands.

Went to Indianapolis for a model train show yesterday. Saw some very nice modular setups, bought a whole damn Amtrak train. Didn't stay long; the facility was crowded and ventilation wasn't great, and that combination usually leads to me getting very uncomfortable very quickly. Kinda wish I'd sprung for the Chessie SD-35 I've been lusting after for a while, because what I need is more motive power.

NFL playoffs have started. The Chiefs rolled into Houston and embarrassed the Texans. The Bengals threw away a win against the damn Steelers with a set of penalties. The Vikings lost in the final few seconds when their kicker blew a short field goal. And at the moment, Green Bay and Washington are trading possessions and scores. Even if I haven't been happy with a couple of the outcomes, the games have mostly been good matches.

Winter showed up last night. Couple inches of snow, and it's been below freezing all day. I'm still in pajamas, having had no real reason to get out of the house; nothing that I can't take care of after class tomorrow night, anyway.
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I don't keep careful track of my grades - the tools to do so exist, but I'm content to keep a rough idea of my progress instead of however-often checking-in. I did look at one class, though, this week, and was surprised to see it so high - especially since I'm making up everything I do in the class. I'm not sure what's the bigger fraud in this case.

I saw Air Force One yesterday! It is a darned pretty aircraft. Barry O was in town to talk up a startup firm's progress and plans. Delayed arrival, thanks to last-minute agreements with Iran, and the motorcade played holy hell with traffic. People seemed unable to deal.

Saw a huge lightning strike on my way to class yesterday, too. It hit an Army Reserve building on Bowman Field, blowing part of a wall off of the building. By ill luck, I was looking right in the direction of the bolt, and it was close and bright enough to leave an afterimage for a couple of hours.

Last night, a monster storm system moved into the area. About seven inches of rain overnight, a brief storm a few hours ago, and another set of storms heading this way right now. Lots of flooding, road closures, and the like, and Brownsboro Road washed out over Goose Creek. And, because why not, a huge warehouse at GE Appliance Park caught fire. Shelter-in-place orders for two miles around the site, a smoke plume visible from my yard and down in Bullitt County and thick enough to show up on weather radar. I've smelt burning plastic all day. It is not a pleasant thing, don't let 'em kid you.

So, the deal with Iran. Sanctions are going to be eased, and Iran will dial back its nuclear program. Netanyahu, always ready to rattle a saber, has vowed that Israel won't accept the deal - no matter that Israel wasn't invited to the table anyway. The people you'd expect to be very very angry about any arrangement with Iran that doesn't include Spartacus-level blood-and-sand mingling are ... angry, insisting, not unlike with Cuba, that just because something hasn't worked for decades, there's no reason not to keep it not working. So far, no big names of a political party have seen fit to send another ill-advised letter to leaders of other nations undermining their own nation's credibility - not yet anyway.

(Digression: There's the first thunderclap from the new wave of storms. Rattled the house. This may be a long afternoon. And my phone just sounded a flash flood warning. Here we go again.)

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Mar. 6th, 2015 07:45 am
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My meeting with Dr. L went really well. He's offered to write a recommendation for me, and gave me a lot of good advice on getting into the MPH program and options to pursue while I'm there. Onward.

Played in a X-Wing tournament Saturday. Small tournout due to weather, and I finished towards the bottom of the pack. Got in some after-tournament play with the new Scum & Villainy ships; those are darned interesting options for the game. I picked up a M3-A and the Most Wanted box, and probably will cap my S&V purchases there. FFG did a pretty cool thing with Most Wanted - the box includes a Y-Wing and a pair of Z-95s, all in new paint jobs, and some enhancement cards, but the biggest value add is a set of pilot cards and bases for Firesprays and HWK-290s.

Headed to Mom&Dad's after the tournament. Good visit. Up until the drive back to Louisville, anyway. I drove through some debris around the Bullitt/Jefferson line. Just north of the Watterson interchange, my rear driver's-side tire deflated rapidly and from my perspective, rather dramatically. Got to the shoulder about a mile south of the Eastern Parkway exit, changed the tire (with the assistance of, well, Roadside Assistance due to a stripped lugnut) and made it to campus in time for Epidemiology. I missed a COMM exam, but have the option to take a makeup or just drop this one from my semester score.

And then, the weather. Tuesday night, rain and dropping temperatures. Rain became sleet, and then more damn snow. Nearly a foot here, with higher amounts just south of here. I-65 was closed down around Elizabethtown, with a couple hundred vehicles stranded for hours. Cleanup is still going on, as a lot of vehicles were abandoned and some stretches of the highway are single-lane right now.

The University of Louisville cancelled classes on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday. Contingency plans were already in place - some additional writing assignments. Behold, the era of Blackboard.

Heading back to Mom&Dad's this afternoon, this time with The Niece. Hoping to take care of some delayed maintenance on the Focus. Lots of homework, too.
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A few mornings ago, Dad noted that the air temperature at the farm was 50F warmer than it had been 24 hours previous. Ridiculously cold. Similarly, this evening, I walked out of Bingham Humanities and thought, "Hey, this ain't too bad." It was 37F. This has gotten right out of hand.

I'm meeting one of my professors from last semester tomorrow afternoon. He's encouraging me to try for entry into the MPH program in the fall, and has offered to write a recommendation for me. He's gone as far as to suggest doing a year on the MPH track and then moving right into a PhD track, but I don't see that as viable for the work I want to do. Or, hell, maybe I'll do a year at the 500/600 level and determine that, yeah, Doctor [MY NAME HERE] sounds pretty damn good and I'll do greater things than I expected.

The past couple of weeks - well, discounting the time lost to weather - have seen a rising level of frustration with the progress of classes. I can't make myself care about 405, 430 is more of the same from last semester (and the curriculum calls for a total of four semesters of this trainwreck for whatever unknowable reason); the only class in the PHUN program I look forward to is Epidemiology. And it's not just me. The other veterans of Fall 2014 are growing bored, and when you've got a couple dozen smart and motivated young men and women getting bored and frustrated with your brand-new program, there's a real danger of them leaving.
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Back to class yesterday. Talked with my advisor, and we've worked out a plan to get me into the MPH program in the fall. It'll require the program director's approval, and I'm scheduling a meeting with him.

SPHIS had an off-campus watch party last night. Mostly graduate students, but a few of us undergrads and staff, too. About 90 minutes in, everyone's phones lit up - classes cancelled for today because of predicted extreme cold. There was no small amount of cheering.

The predicted snow didn't arrive, but it is cold cold cold this morning. Presently 2F. Enough already.

Not feeling good about this cycle's X-Wing match. It takes the Political Escort scenario, sets the point level for both sides at 75 points, and makes no other changes. The shuttle remains unshielded, so six hits will kill it, and it won't be hard for the Imperials to land that kind of damage in a hurry. I expect to see a lot of Biggs Darklighters on the tables.
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Sometimes it's weird in my head. To set the stage, know that a big snowstorm was forecast for the region, early this week. By "the region," I mean "the continental United States roughly bordered by the Mississippi River, the Atlantic Ocean, and Interstates 40 and 70." And we got it alright, starting around midnight Sunday here in Louisville.

Sunday was my birthday, and this is not the first time that the Commonwealth has gotten hammered by severe weather around February 15 - 2003's ice storm messed Lexington up good.

Anyway. I'm out getting a late lunch, and Dad calls. Wants to know if I had school the next day (Presidents Day). "Yep," I say. "Oh," he says, disappointed. Turns out his dispatcher had a small shipment to pick up in Bedford, Indiana, going to Pontiac, Michigan.

A couple of hours later, the University of Louisville calls off classes for Monday because of the impending weather. So, I call Dad. You know the rest, right? I went to Michigan.

Our cargo? An electrical box, maybe 2.5' x 2.5' by 1.5', weighing about 30 pounds. Dispather had advised Dad of the small size, so we took a pickup - a Ram 1500 R/T. This is a vehicle that is quite good at being shot full of gadgetry and going fast in a straight line, but for driving long distances, it's pretty shitty, and for reasons beyond the very thirsty V8 up front. And it is maybe more skittish than my Mustang was on icy roads. When we stopped for dinner on the way home last night, we had come to the conclusion that we should have taken the Ranger. Or my Focus, even.

Lotta snow, though. And slick roads. Props to KYDOT and INDOT for their work - I-65 from Indianapolis to Louisville was mostly clear and if you were smart, you encountered no problems. Likewise I-64 to Frankfort, at least.

Classes were cancelled today, too. Got the notification while we were eating. I'm relieved, because this gives me more time to work on a presentation. Hoping we go back tomorrow.
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Stormy day here in the Derby City area. Tornado warnings all around, heavy rain, hail here and there. No damage in Bowman.

My Dodgers lost their NLDS against the Cardinals. The Orioles-Dodgers World Series that America deserves will have to wait for another year.

Season premiere of The Flash was pretty darn good. Got Barry's character down, the suit and speed effects look really good, and the show planted plenty of seeds for future events. Looking forward to the Arrow premiere tomorrow night.

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