Sitting at my desk, at the IU School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, drinking the worlds weakest coffee. If only I gotten up with more that 20 minutes to get to work but this is what I get for staying up playing Rock Band. NO, I'm not a RockStar in real life, but i play one in my living room. Now to just stop reading Sheldon and get my experiments going, but then again what is the point of having an academic job if you actually have to work hard?
Oshawa Ontario (Canada). About 45-60 minutes from downtown Toronto in the dead of night with no traffic.
I'm sitting at my computer the day after this was asked because of an rss hiatus for the day to get things done. I can peer out my window to look at the driveway I spent 2 solid hours shoveling snow our of this past Sunday. Winter does not wish to end but I don't mind. Shoveling is the only exercise I seem to get at the moment.
Brisbane, Australia, in front of my powerbook, where I spend all my waking hours :( I so need a life... Summer is ending, the rains seem to have ended (dammit!) and cooler nights presage winter (no snow - nothing below zero here)
Sitting at work . reading my morning comics in Fargo, ND. Wondering how it can go from below 0 blizzard conditions on Saturday to almost 40 today (with no wind chill listed YAY!). I am also positive we will see 0 again before we see spring. It just wouldn't be Fargo without an April blizzard.
At work a bit early as I have to run a rendering of a building for a client for today. And as luck would have it, I can't do anything else "productive" until the rendering is complete... hence, Sheldon!
I'm in Denver where the temperature today is supposed to reach 65 F. Whoa.
I at my desk in Philadelphia, PA, where I'm about to actually start working, once I finish a piece of leftover cake from yesterday's work party.
It's great seeing so many people registering just to post where they're from. Welcome all.
In boring ol' Houston sitting 13 stories above Interstate-10 watching traffic crawl by enjoying my 'toons as I do every morning @ work. (Right before it gets really busy.) It's 54 right now & very overcast.
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - Reading Sheldon is one of the first things I do every morning before I go out to walk my two golden retrievers. At 5 AM this morning it was cold (windchill -20C or -4F) and clear with snow piled high everywhere. After a weekend storm, the fields have become too deep for the older one, so we will stick to the streets until we get some meltback. Most snowbanks are piled over ten feet high and we are quickly approaching the all time record for winter snowfall in Ottawa of almost 15 feet with no end in sight. Although there is great beauty in it, on mornings like this I still think I would rather be reading Sheldon in Maui.
I'm on a small rock called Guernsey, in the English channel.. yes, that is near Jersey (the original!) but it's soooo much nicer ;-D
Except at the moment. Rain and gales for us today - no national newspapers or off island post has got in to the island for two days, and the coastline's a tad flooded. :(
First in France! Woohoo!
I'm in my "home office" (the spare bedroom where we have our computers side by side) in Champagne, France and it's just now 3:15 pm. I've just got in from running errands (rainy, very windy, cold. good times... not) and I'm about to do a little work before I slag off for the rest of the day. :)
In Germany (Bavaria), sitting at my desk. I've just returned from work and usually the first thing I do (yes, my life really is that sad ;D) is to turn on the computer. It's 3 PM in the afternoon here, overcast and rainy, so it won't take much effort today to sit down at my desk and continue with work (preparing tomorrow's lessons).
At the moment, I'm in the booming metropolis of Troutville, Virginia.
BUT, in the past few months, I've read Sheldon while in: Houston, Boston, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Wilmington (NC), Los Angeles, Honolulu, The Bahamas, Panama, Brazil (Santos), Hong Kong, Mexico (Manzanillo). Probably some other places that I forgot.
Well, off to the airport again!
Chicago, Illinois. In a cubicle at an advertising agency. It's nice and sunny, but cold (outside). Spring isn't here yet, but it's in the air. Gonna head into a meeting, but I'd rather head into the archives.
I'm reading from my cubicle in an office at Fresno State. I read from here every morning (except weekends). It's a bit chilly outside now, it's so nice, but it's supposed to be in the high-seventies today, and that's just way too hot!
quothe naholli: "Camp Slayer, Iraq (just outside the Green Zone in Baghdad".
First of all, thank you for your service.
Second: Here I am sitting in the cubicle farm (ala Dilbert) that is my call center job in Idaho Falls, Idaho. The forecast for today is 43F, which should melt some of the 2 1/2 feet of snow/ice on the ground.