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So much to do, so little time to do it in

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My parents are away, so I have a free house, which is good. But my sister is a lazy bitch, which is bad. She had people round on Wednesday night, and left the living room and kitchen in an absolute state.
I got home from work yesterday at about 7pm (Thursday) and had to take the woman across the road shopping, since she can't drive and we needed stuff anyway. So I got back home around 8, then had to spend 2 hours making my dinner and vodka jelly for today, cleaning up the kitchen, changing my bed, and hoovering the house (Except the living room). I'm having people round tonight at 7pm, and I won't get home till about 6:45, so I won't have time to do anything when I get in.
So I asked my sister to clean up the living room, and she then went out to get pissed. So if she hasn't cleaned up after herself by the time I get home tonight, she's getting a cock in the eye. Or something.

In other news: I've done precisely zero in the way of coding (Aside from at work). At work I wrote a memory manager for Code Lyoko, which can be toggled in debug builds. It handles a bit like mmgr actually. It'll detect buffer overflows and underflows (With sentinals), and errors like allocating with new[] and deleting with delete. And there's a bunch of statistic-gathering functions too.

I won't get any programming done today, and probably not tomorrow, but I'll hopefully get some stuff done on Sunday. I want to get TEH MMORPG!!1 into THE MORPG!!1...
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I just thought Id mention that right after "So if she hasn't cleaned up after herself by the time I get home tonight," I get really confused about what may or may not happen to *your* sister. It just doesnt read right.

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Yeah I was concerned about that but then again my housemate always says "incest is best"

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[lol]

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errors like allocating with new[] and deleting with delete[]
Is this a trick question?

Jack

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You should tell DC Studios that boost::ptr_container is their friend. And so is ravuya.

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