Me too. It's the start of another weekend, and I - for one - am looking forward to some Tribe wins.
Well... not lately, if we're honest. Wishing, perhaps, will make it so though. At least you can take solace in the fact that it's still me here at the helm of Soylent Green.
I actually feel like I have things under control on this front. I really only had one offer, anyway, and it didn't seem reputable.
That was my thought, except not the check thing. Anyway, the whole thing just didn't pass the sniff test.
Well, I mean -
If the 2.5 hours number is correct, you're probably right. Anyway, how could this not be the green of the week?
It combines honest-to-goodness engineering, an impressively broad base of knowledge, more than a dash of wry humor, and the aggressive cynicism we've all come to expect from Chuck from time to time. I loved it, and I'm the only voting member on the green of the week panel. Here's the rest of the week in recs.
Plug for Evan's book if you're into wine/words:
Buy it now at reputable booksellers the world around or on the internet. Back to your regularly scheduled Soylent, already in progress:
That's as good a place to end as any. I'm glad we could wrap this up without courting the petty, rehashed arguments that prevailed through the week.