So, yesterday would live up to the definition of a bad day. First, most of my workday was spent in frustration trying to make a new development model actually function as expected. Then, Continental devalued their Frequent Flyer program for next year by having the mileage awarded for discount economy fares, essentially doubling the amount of flying necessary to reach each elite tier. So, all the flying I’ve done to hit the top tier status this year is a wash for next year, except for potentially receiving complimentary status on the airline I switch to.
Then, on the way home, I was rear-ended on Route 22, only confirming my fears that yes, indeed, this road will be the death of me. Even more unfortunate was the fact that I was propelled by the car behind me in to the car in front of me. So, as if November wasn’t bad enough, now this. The rear of my car visually isn’t in terrible shape, but the front passenger side headlight, hood, and left body panel all likely need to be replaced. Plus there was some additional fluid leaking.
To cap off the day, Bryan sent me an IM informing me that my web site was hacked. My apologies for anyone trying to access the site. This has been corrected now, and my hosting provider informs me they have since patched their servers.