Skudd's Grumps

March, 2016

Microsoft Outlook.

"Bae" - It's not a word, folks.

Having more things to Grump about than I have time for. #monday

Someone's perfume saturating the gas pump nozzle, making me smell like it for the rest of the day because I touched it.


When the sign says "right lane ends", it's not a challenge to see how far you can go in the right lane.

People who don't understand the rules of the zipper merge .

I added a feature to allow Grumping as another user. I haven't quite worked out how to limit who can grump by who, yet. That's a bit more tedious. For now though, only administrators can grump as other users.

Last night, all night, I thought I was somewhere other than my house. I even questioned who was in the bed with me.

Crap, I should have mentioned: Logins don't use your email address anymore, they use your username.

FINALLY, new GrumpLog code deployed.

Too many cooks in the kitchen.

People who run a conference call and won't let others talk.

People who know how to do things should not hoard their knowledge, and they shouldn't be evasive when others attempt to learn those things from them.

Remmina thinks that I need the remote desktop session to be in the foreground, even when I'm working in other windows.

Iron & Wine - The Trapeze Swinger: Too dang repetitive for a 9.5 minute song.

I forgot to wear green today.

Today might as well be Monday.

I really should have packed some Excedrin.

River Valley Metro really needs better instructions to get from KMDW baggage claim to the bus pickup.

Ugh, typoes. I need to implement an edit feature.

When they say that all that's left are middle seats, don't just stand there in the aisle: grab a seat and sir in it. We've got an arrival time to meet.

Estimated time in traffic 27 minutes. Stay on this route for 25 minutes.

All my computers are running really slow this morning. I guess reboots are in order.

"Cheese in the shell? This is gonna be bigger than duckface."

Meteorological induced arthritic response.

I should be sleeping right now, but instead I'm Grumplogging.


Rewriting code to make it more multiple-developer-friendly is not fun. Also, implementing a custom database migration system is tedious.

The blower motor in my car isn't working all of a sudden.