Looked at a red folder for 5 minutes today trying to decide if it was pink or red. I think it was red (not sure).
When I got off work today there was this old dude doing donuts in the parking lot on his motorcycle. Tried to ask him what he was up to, but he couldn’t hear me due to all the badass revelry in the atmosphere. Dude had it all figured it out.
It’s irresponsible to say both sides needs to stop bickering and pass a continuing resolution to fund the federal government. Democrats are not holding the economy hostage. They passed a clean bill and sent it to the house. House republicans attached a measure to defund Obamacare to the CR. Everyone who voted for the aforementioned measure voted to shut down the government pure and simple. House republicans have voted to repeal Obamacare 42 times. Let that sink in. Now in order to get what they want, they want to shut down the government. Let’s say republicans had the votes and the bill made it to the president’s desk. Obama would never defund his signature health care law. This is lunacy and the false equivalency must stop. This has never happened before in American history and the republicans are to blame. Journalists should tell the people the facts. That is your job. You’re not being biased if you’re telling the truth.
Ever turn a corner, look around to see if there are ppl, and do a full on running jump kick in a dimly lit hall? Yeah, me neither.
Am I original? Am I the only one? Am I sexual?
None of the client’s at work asked me if I’m an intern or when I’m going to graduate college so I’m chalking today up as a win.
I don’t know a damn thing about fashion, but I always know what I like. I get by just fine.
Play Daft Punk’s “doin’ it right” in your car for me, and when you pull up to the red light and they’re watching you, keep dancing.
If I was an artist I would write this amazing poem, and towards the end I would paint like spilt milk on it so you couldn’t decipher the last bit. I would call the piece, “Cry over it.”
Hey guys, hope the weekend is treating you with respect and serenity. I just wanted to share this moment I had last week. I’ve been thinking about it since it happened. One day as I was leaving work this lady stopped me and asked if we were closing I said, “Yes ma’am, we close at 4:30.” She then asked, “Do you work here? How old are you?” I told her I just turned 26, and that I did in fact work here.” She looked at me for a few seconds, smiled, and said, “I’m very proud of you. I’m proud of you.” It completely threw me off guard. She didn’t know me, she was just being kind. It struck me especially hard because I had been feeling very cynical about the state of our union, and the way our leaders continue to behave like children. I needed her to say that. I needed a few kind words that day. That lady got me through the rest of that week. I know it may not seem like much, but it was everything to me. You guys take it easy, or not, maybe you have tons of work to do. Be safe, yes, be safe. That’s better.