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Friday, January 10, 2003

Something in the way. "It's okay to eat fish cause they don't have any feelings." I have Kurt Cobain on my cd player.


Thursday, January 09, 2003

Cecilia. Your name of Cecilia gives you a clever mind, good business judgment, a sense of responsibility, and an appreciation of the finer things of life. Sounds good huh? Read up on the rest of it.




Work in progress. (Edited to add: This was supposed to be posted two days ago but my web connection conked out.)
This time Iíll tell you about my new job and how Iím faring so far.
Iíve gone to work for three days now and, so far, everything Ďs cool. It takes a bit of adjusting to be alone for the whole afternoon (and while am writing this, Phantom Planetís on the radio singing about how itís gonna be a lonely day, Heh!) but Ďaloneí is not such a big problem for me. I get along well with myself. Me and myself, we understand each other.
Whatís awfully nice about being alone is that you can do anything you want. Nobodyís going to bother you with cheesy music. Thereíll be no passive-aggressiveness calculated to ruin the positive perspective that you stayed up all night to psych yourself into. I also have absolute power over the air-conditioning. So if my body tells me itís too cold, I donít have to get into an argument with someone about turning up the heat a bit.
Sometimes, however, boredom can be a challenge. Take this morning for instance. I was doing my reading for school and I got so sleepy. There was no getting around it. I played some CDs, listened to the radio (and sang along too!), and bothered other people who were seriously at work but sleep stubbornly clutched on to my brain cells (Oh! Another shout-out from the cosmos, while am writing this bit, thereís Slapshock on the radio playing ďWake Upí.). This afternoon, I watched two episodes of a really gory version of Samurai X on the pc.
Itís late in the afternoon and Iíve got no class tonight so Iím intently watching the clock right now, willing the hands to go fast forward so I can leave.



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