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The new amplifier and data entry

Okay, finally yesterday I got my money for the translation work! Yai! πŸ™‚
So today, I wanted to buy the only thing I promised to myself to buy with them: the new amplifier. My old Kenwoord was really falling a part, and I needed to replace it, a friend of mine suggested me to take an ONKYO, HT-R330. It’s really good πŸ™‚
I also wanted to use the optical connection, to avoid electric noise to disturb my audio.. and it worked fine almost out of the box, I just had to low a selector in KMix to let it work fine πŸ™‚

A part that, today I got a job.. a shit of a job, but always a job, I need the money and I took it also if I didn’t want. I have to do some data entry for a data processing company.
It’s boring, it’s long, and the MS Access “program” I have to use sucks. But they pay me.

Luckily should be only a temporary job, after next week it should be already done. In the mean time, my packages won’t be updated regularly. I leave them for their respective herds, but usually if I take a package for myself it’s because nobody else want/can take care of it.
If this means that I’ll fail to update an amaroK release the second after it’s released, I want to inform the bump ricers: I bump as soon as I know and I have time, when I’m working for data entry I have the monitor connected to the box I’m working with, and I don’t see mails nor RSS feeds. This also means that filing bug for me to bump things is not going to work. You want things bumped the second before they’re released? Well you have two methods: you start doing that by yourself, or you start paying me instead of doing the current job πŸ˜‰

Seriously, tho, I might end up taking other jobs that might decrease my focus on Gentoo for a while, I really need money, and until I can find someone that’s fine with paying me for working on Gentoo, the things are this way πŸ˜‰

Oh well, I hope next days won’t be too heavy… happy holidays all πŸ™‚

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