First of all, Julie added a lot of legal knowhow to my last post regarding the latest P2P court ruling... make sure to check the comments of that post for details. There is still a subjective gap in terms of the "almost exclusively" clause of the ruling, but it appears that things are not as absurd as I first thought (only slightly absurd).
Second, my place of employment had its Delaware office party on Wednesday night at the Philadelphia Zoo. I'm thinking to myself, "Gee, I haven't been to the zoo in a few years. I imagine we'll have a little tent set up there with food... should be fun."
No no no... the company rented the freakin' zoo.
That's right. Rented the zoo. I wasn't aware that was even possible. The zoo was closed to the general public that evening so we could have it to ourselves.
I still haven't decided if that's exceedingly decadent or just plain awesome. Probably both.