It is now officially the summer. This explains yesterdayâ€™s horrid traffic on the Tappan Zee Bridge, causing my commute to last over 90 minutes, for example. This likely also explains why the superiors at the organization I work for believe that I am probably at most capable of taking in sun and enjoying […]
Entries from June 2005
June 22nd, 2005 · No Comments
June 20th, 2005 · No Comments
I walked into work 30 minutes late today. Twenty of those minutes were spent writing and delivering a letter. The other ten minutes were spent as I cried in the parking lot outside my building, embarrassed to face my coworkers in the state I was in. I composed myself, exited my car, […]
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June 15th, 2005 · No Comments
My father would call me a bleeding heart liberal. Perhaps he would even go so far as to call me a socialist. Apparently, socialism is too extreme of a political ideology to discuss with Americans, so rather than try to defend noble causes like national health care, disability & unemployment insurance, or welfare […]
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June 7th, 2005 · No Comments
I’m in a peculiar mood; one where I feel like I’m always taking a number when people have other things to do. I apologize for the unintended existence; I merely was trying to continue being. I didn’t think it would be so inconvenient for some of the people close to me.
When I don’t […]
June 2nd, 2005 · No Comments
Last night, Geneva and I had a craving – the kind of craving that can be satisfied only one way – with a delicious spicy chicken burrito from Taco Bell.
With all the funds that Taco Bell has poured into advertising their line of spicy chicken products, it’s no surprise that I assumed that the Nanuet […]