No work today either, but I gave the printer a good workout cranking out forms and coupons in between doing a bunch of online surveys, some of which will actually earn me a few bucks. This afternoon I'm going to hit the bank and get quarters for laundry, drop my reporter agreement with STATS in the mailbox, and finally fax off my DD214 to another Federal agency. That, and actually doing laundry, should eat most of the afternoon.
Supposed to be going out to P's for chili tonight using the last of Mom's chilies; was originally going to make it myself at home with the arbol peppers I bought at Walmart, but after a hilariously misplayed round of rock/paper/scissors last night in which P and I chose the exact same items three times running I agreed to let her go ahead and do it. Since the Kia's driver seat is wobbly and my fuel budget is nonexistent, I'll be taking the Metro and the bus most of the way out there and the same on the return trip. Should be interesting.
So far I'm not really all that impressed with Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game Is Wrong. It doesn't really cover any new ground, and I suspect that in their dismissal of Catcher ERA they're missing something, but it's not costing me anything, and someone not familiar with sabermetrics may well find it useful.
Well, time to quit writing and get going.