Just in time for Halloween, the latest fork of Ubuntu!
Cthulhubuntu: Linux For Things That Eat Human Souls!
Shortly after making the release announcement, Cthulhubuntu sponsor Murk Tentacleworth screamed, “Ia! Ia! Cthulhu Fthagn! Ph’nglui mglw’nfah Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn!” and ran off into the night, gibbering.
Hope everyone has an excellent Halloween!
Photo by PathfinderLinden via Flickr, used under a CC-BY license.
Closest we got to big cats was these two photos, though – the warning sign is from Addo Park, and the leopard prints were in the hiking trail during our three day hike in the Cederberg mountains.
In other news, the gibbon is nearly unleashed.
This morning I wrote and passed my Commercial Pilot License Written Exam – 100 questions, 3.5hrs, and a huge, huge load off my mind!
It was a good solid pass mark, for the most part – 75% overall, with good marks in three of four sections but a slightly lower score in Navigation than I would have liked to get. It’ll do, though…
It’s all computer-invigilated and -marked, so I got the results a few minutes after finishing the exam… tensest few minutes of my life, I swear. The Transport Canada employee who fiddled the computer and made my marks come out had the greatest poker face I’ve ever seen – I literally had NO idea if I’d passed or not until she handed the paper to me… Note to self: do not play cards against TC office staff.
Then it was back to the Club for lunch and then a quick celebratory flight! Just a short flight, 20 minutes in the air and four touch-and-go landings. Fun winds – 140 @ 14 gusting 25, up to 29 at one point. Good pilot’s weather, wouldn’t have been much fun for non-pilot passengers! That helped burn off a whole lot of nervous energy!
Next step: the Commercial Flight Test – hopefully in a couple of weeks, or perhaps later in November! So awesome to finally have this all coming together, after flying for just over five years.
Immediate next step: Beer. I’m in desperate need of one. Or several…