This summer seems to be extremely hot one here in Lithuania. I'm not sure if it is really that hot or it just seems so, because it is the first summer that I am spending at work sitting in a small server room with no windows coding Perl...
The number of beverages currently on my desk is 0, however there is a nice crate of mineral water under the desk. I hope that qualifies ;)
The temperatures have been reaching past +30C here (how much of that is in Farenheit? I must hack up a script to do the conversion in Perl sometime) and it is impossible to stay indoors without any drink. And don't even think about coding without a nice cold bottle of some kind of drink by your side.
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