I had a perfect board session....yayayayayay go me!!!! I did absolutely nothing wrong with the board today, and I actually imported a program from the production computer to the on air one....this is in a DOS run environment, mind. I brought five up under the person perfectly, put both pots A and B in cue. Then when the new person came In, I brought B up, put it to the transmitter, and took it out of cue without any operator errors...then I proceeded to close out A by bringing it down and taking it away from the transmitter....next brake, I repeated the process, but after the reader came on air, I left five down and in cue. again....Whooooooot, whooot, whoooot!!!!, whooooooot!!! OK now that I'm seriously riding on excitement, I may as well try to get some of this reading response done so that by this time Wednesday night I'm not going insane. I also have some more reading to do in Anthropology and I have to find an article for tomorrow's chemestry class and I have a tutoring session in about three hours....two and a half actually since I have to catch the shuddle to campus about thirty minutes before the actual session starts. I'm just extremely hyper right now, this will probably wear off after the ninth or tenth perfect session, but the early stages of flawlessness make for heddy stuff.
Now to find out which story to write on...and to pick up this article for chemestry class. I'll probably end up doing something on the Babcock Ranch down here because it's such a hot topic right now. If we save this piece of property it will creat a wildlife Coridor that streches nearly across the state, from here into part of Georgia...which will be sweet. sooo damn sweet. It'll give the panthers down here some much needed breathing space. That is what I want. I love big cats and to see ones like the panther have a nice place to rome free will also make for heddy stuff. I did a paper on them my first semester here and to see this huge chunk of land brought under conservancy would seriously make my year. Now....off I fly.