I been programming a lot for moolah so I ain't had any brain energy for all this stuff lately.
Sorting and sifting through gigantic puzzles for eight hours a day makes "my boys upstairs" turn the light out early.
Plus I'm getting old y'know so all I wanna do when I get home from work is watch some Matlock or whatever and go to bed.
Which reminds me of the way my grampa called the stuff he liked to watch on TV his "programs."
Like, "I want to watch my programs."
The only thing he ever liked to watch on TV was Wrestling and the Three Stooges and kung fu movies, y'know, those were his programs, he was a World War II hero and a CIA guy and he could dance the jitterbug so he wasn't keen on subtleties and wispy bits of fluff and intrigue produced by folks who imagined more than they had ever seen and stuff ahaha.
Anyways its kinda weird that he called the TV shows he liked his "programs."
Like he's loading entertainment programming into his head or something.
Just like its kinda weird that they call that thing they hand you at the opera or school kid's musical events a Program.
Any word with "gram" used that way in it is kinda new and futuristic, y'know?
Like, its weird to think of opera-writers as guys who are programming the opera house or creating programming for the opera house or something, but apparently that's what at least one of 'em thought they were doing, y'know, a long time ago before there were any computers.
So whatever, I spend all day swimming around in real programs, and then when I get home I just wanna get away from programming, so I go home and load myself up with some entertainment programming that helps me get my mind off of my hard day of work programming.
Jeeze looeeze I shoulda been a lumberjack with a pet monkey or something.