Haven't written anything in a while. I'm back to reading, at least. Just finished Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card. Enjoyable read. I think I'm a scifi fan. Dunno, more details to follow. Thanks for sticking with me, my faithful viewers. Regards, Gattsu25
Bessie The door was cracked open as ma went out earlier. The storm they heard of on the radio really was coming, and it mad the sky look like it was having a funeral for the sun. The porch creaked underneath her big'ol feet. "Bessie is that you?" Ma called out to her. "Yes ma it's me." She replied. "Well, why are you sneaking like some thief?" Ma scolded her. "donno ma." She replied to ma. "Well, you know I love ya?" Ma called out in a softer tone. "I know ma." She told ma. She took a few more steps outside and she saw ma rocking in that old rocker. Ma had pa's old shooter on her lap. As ma saw her ma gripped pa's shooter. "Bessie you know I love ya?" ma called out to her gripping pa's shooter. "I know ma." She told ma. "Well, why are out '
Still here. Checking out some programming. Decided on Python. Don't ask. Started on Learn Python The Hard Way ( http://learnpythonthehardway.org/ ) and got up to Chapter 39 . It's pretty great and I highly recommend people check it out. It's totally free and you can support the creator either through those previous links or by buying the book on Amazon . Around that time I picked up Learning Python and have been reading through it as well to get some more background on exactly how the program I wrote in LPTHW CH39 even worked. Learning Python also gives me some perspective on the differences between Python 2.x and Python 3.x. Also, started writing programs and scripts to help my do my job, which is nice. Things are good, if not a bit busy. Sorry for not stopping by my own...spot...more often. Anyway, I highly recommend you guys give Python a whirl. Learn Python The Hard Way is actually a pretty great introduction to the language and