Except I have no programming experience, and this is a trial-by-fire if there ever was one.
Things are going well so far, I'm just so slow. Every day is an exercise in humility.
The good news? I'm talking to Alan a lot more. He's boss.
Here's a classical "alanism" from tonight:
i'm starting to rethink that - the midwest has its perks,
lots of people that suck, so you look cooler.
I was happier than Nancy Grace after finding out that the Jon Benet Ramsey case was reopened.
Hvorostovsky did a program of Tchaikovsky, Medtner, and Rachmaninoff lied. I didn't really care for the Tchaikovsky, but the Medtner alone was worth the price of admission ($70).
His sublime legato made it seem like a ventriloquist was singing the consonants. A+.