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Aug 312011

Just a quick funny for today.

For my daily to do list, I generally work off of a half sheet of paper on my desk.¬† I keep a running list and it feels good to physically scratch a done item off.¬† This morning I added to my list: “Update SSMS tools on <server name removed to protect the innocent>“.

The only thing is that I started writing UPDATE in all capital letters as if I were writing an SQL query.¬† But then I got part way through the word “update” and realized that I did not need to use all uppercase on my to do list.

so I ended up with: “UPDate SSMS on <server name>

I guess I’m an sql geek.

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