Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Comments Welcome

Continuing my in-depth personal analysis in an effort to evade working this afternoon, I sit here and wonder how long before anyone actually finds this corner of the web and goes so far as to make a comment. Excluding the wife, who I currently chat with via Yahoo Messenger. At the moment, she's running out to her car to grab a Coke because studying for law school finals sucks the life out of someone faster than Mathilda May in Lifeforce.

That being said, so too does an office move where everything is incumbant upon everything falling into place at the exact time. When things do not happen when they should, other things have a nasty tendency of being due RIGHT THAT SECOND which is absolutely the one time when you can do nothing but shrug and say, "Sorry dude, you're on your own."

At which point the boss would make it her mission in life to see how far up my ass a pink slip would fit. Such are the thoughts of one stuck at work with 15 minutes to go on a rainy day when he's not five minutes from home.

Upon further reflection...

...perhaps starting up a blog the month of a massive office move in which you find yourself in the middle of multiple forces, might not have been the wisest of ideas. Then again, I lost count of the times I barely cheated death as a kid so I long ago realized that Soloman I am not.

A friend of mine actually berated me the other day for not posting more to said blog, which I found doubly funny because he's either more bored with nursing school than he let on, or he actually found my musings funny. Which they are in a way... all three of them.
I've seen all your movies.
Both of them?
That's one of the funnier quotes in a funny movie, In & Out, that never fails to crack me up. Especially the scene with Kevin Kline dancing to the "test your manhood" tape.
That was a trick!
Yes, I really do drop quotes left and right, despite having no memory for the day-to-day things. I'd consider myself borderline autistic, but if someone asks me to count higher than five my brain collapses on itself and I pretty much stare at a wall for the next 10 minutes.