I started a fresh build of Alpha Centauri, which takes a few hours of processing to recompile from scratch. I went to one of those 24 hour laundromats during the wait, and dumped the pile of clothes that was filling my car's back seat into washing machines. Heading back to Loki, I found the build died because of a typo in one of the source files. I fixed that, and continued the compilation. Back to the laundromat, throw my clothes in the dryer. Hit the Taco Bell, back to the office. Build continues. Back to the laundromat. Clothes are missing from the dryer. I flip my shit. There are piles and piles of towels there, probably belonging to a hotel or something, and two guys that have been patiently washing them this whole time approach me to explain the whereabout of my wardrobe. In Spanish. Communication was impossible, so one of the guys ran next door to get a translator. The man that owns the shop next door came in and explained that the cleaning lady took my clothes. What?! Rather, she took my clothes and locked them in a closet, since "abandoned" clothing generally ends up in a homeless person's shopping cart. So great. Now I just need to get the owner to unlock the closet. Unfortunately, he's only at the laundromat at arbitrary times in five minute segments. Looks like I'm gonna be rotating shirts for the next few days...On a brighter note, my build of Alpha Centauri finally finished. --ryan.