Sixteen tons, and what do you get?
This past weekend I went to a convention, well, just a little bit. I spent each day working a few hours in the warehouse down here, then driving up to San Jose for the last few hours before the dealer's room closed. So I didn't really spend much time there, or do anything significant.
I did very briefly talk to a few people who did say that they have been keeping track of events on my Livejournal, which is nice. Sometimes it feels like I'm just talking into a black hole with no feedback (hypocritical of me, since I very rarely leave comments on other journals myself, I know). Still nice to know that there are people reading this stuff every once in a while.
Tomorrow I get to go down and rent a huge moving truck and put a huge multi-thousand dollar crater in my credit card. Whee. Getting down to the wire now.
Still no official news on Cold Cut to announce, since the paperwork is not signed yet. But the unofficial news is Cold Cut is closed (and has been since before Christmas, really), and will re-open under totally brand-new ownership in Illinois sometime next month. Details to follow when they can be released.
Oh, and my car is making a bit of a grinding noise now, whenever I turn to the left a little bit. Not sure what it is, but it definitely can't be good. Suspension? Brakes? Rotors? Worst of all, I don't have the time to deal with it, just gotta hope it lasts until I can take care of it, which could be a month from now, or longer.