The response was simply - we don't have any hand calculators. But we do have 17 very nice calculators. Each one has a 19 inch flat screen and comes with a subwoofer.
Every time you make a calculation it goes KABOOOOOM!!! Now that's what I call math.
Jason drove up to Provo and is staying at my place to work on eRentPayer with me. We have a few more features that need to be added (e.g. a reporting module) and there were a few bugs to fix. (Ok, a lot of bugs that needed to be fixed) We've already resolved most of them. We'll have this beast up and running code-complete by the end of the weekend, I think.
Last night Rachel took me to see the BYU Women's Choir perform at the De Jong Theatre in the HFAC. That was nice of her to get me tickets. I love going to formal events like that every now and then. The choir sounded great. I prefer a fuller choir, like a choir with bass, but I have to admit - they sounded like angels. It was kind of funny because literally every single member of the choir, which is at least 100 girls, was fair-skinned and blonde. A few had slightly darker hair, but they were all white as snow. If they have an ethnically diverse person join the choir, she is going to stick out like a sore thumb during performances.
Afterwards, we met up with Jason and Katie at Denny's for dinner and then Rachel and I went to Wal-Mart because I had to buy sheets, pillows, towels, silverware, food, etc for my house. So far, I've been living with one plate, one bowl, a cup, a fork, a knife, and a spoon. People were always making fun of me because I have such a nice place, but then I have nothing in it!