04 Jan '14, 4am

@BlackIceTheGame This:

The perils of programming while sick Posted by Jamis on March 08, 2005 @ 01:29 PM So, I knew my turn was coming. My one-year-old daughter was quite sick about a week and a half ago, running a temperature of 106F. We even took her to the emergency room for that one, though her fever was all but gone by the next morning. Then, my wife got sick. No fever, but she got the aches, the cough, the congestion, etc. Then, my son. A mid-grade fever most of yesterday and this morning, but fortunately he’s such a hardy little fellow (at all of three years old) that even at the worst of it he was still cheerful, if tired. Yesterday was when I felt my turn really coming on. I felt that scratchy, dry feeling in my throat that we all dread. This morning I also started feeling a tingling in my nose and sinuses. Then the aches set in. And the congestion. And the cough. And the drowsiness. An...

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