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Posted on 2003.06.29 at 04:43
Mood: drunkdrunk
i love lj communities. they provide such an excellent window into the games people play with each other when they're not presented with the deterrent of physical proximity.

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i'm watching this movie called "the tower" on scifi- it's kinda like "fortress" only with paul reiser instead of the highlander guy, and that one xfiles episode about the building in that it's a company and not a prison. reiser's dry delivery style has always managed to amuse the hell out of me, and if it weren't for that i would have changed the channel long ago, but i think some part of me has needed to see this movie for a long time.

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actually made the effort to apply for a job in person yesterday. gonna try that again some more tomorrow. worked a bit today too- just not towards a goal that's actually beneficial to me. more on this soon.

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everyone on soulseek seems to want that one luke slater album. wierd.

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tonight, friend's roommate tells me he wants to try and get me a regular gig at a local goth/industrial event he's involved with. he's heard me play around at his house and thinks my stuff would fit well enough. that'd be cool... free drinks and money to buy more records, once i find real employment...

guess that's it

Comments:


Colonel Angus
scosol at 2003-06-30 13:05 (UTC) (Link)
send me your resume slacker! :p
yes peace
yes_justice at 2003-07-11 15:31 (UTC) (Link)
> i love lj communities. they provide such an excellent window
> into the games people play with each other when they're not
> presented with the deterrent of physical proximity.

Its good to treat people as you would to their face.
Its also good to behave in private as you would in public.

You will learn this in time. 25 years young eh? Slow
down on the booze, what you drink now, you will feel
in 15 years or so, trust me.
Generation Y's Howard Beale
dk at 2003-07-11 15:53 (UTC) (Link)
if you think i'd treat you any differently in person, we can meet up for coffee anytime so i can disabuse you of that notion.

advice noted.
yes peace
yes_justice at 2003-07-11 16:09 (UTC) (Link)
> if you think i'd treat you any differently in person,

I wouldn't presume, my good man.

It is very human to write differently than we speak.

I tend to be more polite when I am writing than I am in person,
infact, because I use time to quell my usual immediate emotional
reactions. Often I have written things that are beyond what my
tongue would be capable of saying, simply because I gave more
thought to the writing - and I can edit, edit, and edit it.

My grandpa would tell me, "think about what you are going
to say, then think about it again, then again, then shut up." :-)


> we can
> meet up for coffee anytime so i can disabuse you of that notion.

No expectations. Thanks for the coffee offer, if your
ever near Alameda, shoot me a line, I'll buy you a cup
down the street. (Just not at StarBucks!)

-j
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