Yes, Again With The “Comfortably Numb”…

I know, I’ve posted this video before… but it is speaking to me at the moment.

My point being only that ATM I’m on the cusp of “Comfortably Numb” from a rather drinkable 1.5 L of Gallo Family Pinot Grigio that I expected to be sub-expectations but was in fact a very nice “table wine”. Sadly, now gone (over the course of the whole day, so not what is sounds like for a 1.5 liter…)

Recent Experience has suggested (demonstrated?) that “Comfortably Numb” is usually followed by “Suddenly Tomorrow”, despite being well able to type and spell… So as of about an hour ago I’ve stopped hacking on BSD for the evening. Put FreeBSD on the Pi M3 only to find that pkg didn’t work right (was not installed at all). So spent a bit trying to fix that… and it didn’t fix. That’s my issue with the BSDs: Lack of “works out of the box” installs with lots of “some assembly required”. There comes a moment when moody is more appropriate:

When you are retired, do you ever need to ask “Is it Friday yet?”…

On a sphrical world, what is the meaning of “after noon”? Compared to where? Isn’t it always both before and after noon? Just sayin’… It’s all about time…

Maybe it’s time to call it a night… before the sun rises and I’m still here:

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About E.M.Smith

A technical managerial sort interested in things from Stonehenge to computer science. My present "hot buttons' are the mythology of Climate Change and ancient metrology; but things change...
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7 Responses to Yes, Again With The “Comfortably Numb”…

  1. ossqss says:

    Well, you started it ;-)

    This is another great tune from Floyd.

  2. u.k.(us) says:

    Yep, he did start it, didn’t he he :)

  3. Larry Geiger says:

    Beetlejuice? What in the world was that? Oh good grief…

  4. E.M.Smith says:

    @Larry Geiger:

    It works well if Scotch is involved ;-)

  5. Larry Ledwick says:

    It’s A Beautiful Day – Time Is (1969)

  6. Larry Ledwick says:

    Another of my favorite Beautiful day songs (again from 1969) They were one of the first bands to blend strings into rock music.

  7. Larry Ledwick says:

    And a little Peter Frampton:

    Do you feel like I do?

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