01/25 - Tonkatsu Thursday!

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<Gucci> @<Gucci> so how is everything going in your neck of the woods?
Really good thanks.
I’ll pm you about computer stuff. I have a real headbanger of a project atm.
Baby is great. How are you?!
 

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Really good thanks.
I’ll pm you about computer stuff. I have a real headbanger of a project atm.
Baby is great. How are you?!
Bored, tired, hungry, bored again. Only 4 more hours to go! I finished my capstone, so I'm done with college for the time being (probably forever!)
 

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outer space hits!
 
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Good afternoon everyone. One of my scripts (MTS?) is now bizarrely telling me how long a job has been going rather than how long before it expires, it prints like this:
Time Elapsed 8:09 of 9 Min
Does anyone anyone find this way round useful? Coz I just want to know how long before the job expires. Not how long it's been running :wink: I think it's only been like this a couple of days....
 
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