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Good: Either the previous resident never once used the oven or it was freshly installed for us.
Bad: I didn't realize that, so I didn't check for the manual. As a result, while roasting my chicken, I semi-broiled the manual.

Bad smell, some carbon stuck to the lower part of the broiler pan, but no serious damage.
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On an open wireless visible from my new desk location. In the "right, so this is in THIS box, so I need to find the box that has the OTHER thing..." stage of unpacking. Warming TBA.

DAMN IT

Apr. 27th, 2009 05:10 pm
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This IS NOT A GOOD TIME FOR A FEVER. ARRRRGH.

ETA: The worst part is, besides an apparently high fever, all I have is a tiny bit of throat scratch and a little bit of tiredness (not even THAT tired), both of which are completely expected after I spent the day getting out large dusty objects, beneath which resided dust bunnies from the dawn of time. I would have gone on with my day had Q not been shocked by the temperature of my skin and redness of my face.

I wonder if this started yesterday -- I felt extremely warm all day, not feverish, just hot. I know that I like things a little cooler than most, but usually people respond to my being uncomfortably hot by agreeing it's maybe a little warm, but not unpleasant, while yesterday the response was universally complete disagreement.

ETFA: I have no idea what this was. Within 2.5 hours, I was feeling noticeably better, I was less red, and my fever was down. Half an hour after that, I suddenly broke into a sweat, and have felt fine since then. What the FUCK causes a six-to-eight-hour fever?
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Our packing week was not the right week to re-start WW. My energy levels are up and down and I just feel sub-wonderful.

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