I almost threw a chair through my monitor.

SQL statements in ASP/VBScript want single quotes. They hiccup when you use double quotes.

I spent an hour trying to figure this out.

The self-doubt inner demons start crawling in:

"is this worth it?" YES!!!

Once that inner demon has had his warm cup of STFU, another one pops up: "You could just update it manually like you have been. "

NO!!! I will automate this!!! I need to increase productivity so I can work on other, non-affiliate things.

BWAHAHAHAHA!!! Yeah right. You know that isn't going to be the case: I'll increase productivity so I can get more done in the same amount of time. I won't do anything different except make more money with the same amount of work.

I found my error after an hour of yelling at my monitor and gritting my teeth in frustration. My shoulders are still crawling up to my ears in anger, but now I'm calm enough where I can fall asleep.

I'm going to finish the code tomorrow. I'm too tired to try and finish it tonight.

It's better to write something crappy that you can improve upon later than it is to write nothing. - Comedian Mike Myers