The outages are definitely related to large amounts of connections, possibly to refusing large amount of connections as they've happened twice tonight after quitting or pausing a torrent. So add that to the ever-growing list of stuff that needs to be done..
And it'd be no big deal if not for the fact that changing NICs means I have to re-activate WinXP. Those bastards at Microsoft, making me go through that just because I decided I wanted to legally buy an OS for once. Pigfuckers.
What if the replacement NIC I get has an issue too? And the next? Then just one more and I need to get on the phone with them just to re-activate. That's too cruel.
I hate the system that makes things far less convenient for those who choose not to pirate.
And midnight passes by without my notice, again. Good night.
So I was just sitting here sorting my photos, when I was assaulted by the stench of tobacco smoke. I closed the door and decided that no, I'm not going to take this anymore. I went downstairs to tell him to stop.
"Jan, you mustn't smoke there. It goes straight up to me" I said to him, with no hostility in my voice. Asking him to stop, not demanding.
His reaction? Unbelievable. "Where else would I smoke?"
Then he got all defensive and claimed he had a right to smoke in the garden (that's a patio, idiot. not a garden), said to close the door, he was on the phone, blah blah, and he ended his tirade by slamming the door and calling me "fittekjerring" (cuntbitch).
I went back upstairs, brought my laundry indoors, closed and locked the door, and stuck my dagger in my belt. Shaking a little. I expected him to get defensive and shit, but not like this. His mother is going to hear about this, and I am going to ask again that he gets thrown out. I can't be expected to live together with someone who treats me that way.
I'm going to go out in the woods now anyway. See you guys in a couple of hours.
I worry that he's going to enter my room while I'm gone and either steal, sabotage or defile. Should've requested getting a lock back when I first thought of it.