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Question: How are you today?
Excellent   -4 (16%)
Good   -6 (24%)
Okay   -4 (16%)
Extra Medium   -0 (0%)
Mildly less than extra medium   -2 (8%)
Meh   -5 (20%)
Poor   -4 (16%)
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Total Voters: 25

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Christmas Bushie 2014
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« Reply #25 on: May 21, 2013, 11:36:21 pm »
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Tired.

I woke up at 5am on about four hours of drunken sleep, stayed in bed debating whether or not I have saved enough money to quit my job until 5:33am, when I changed into my work clothes and ran to the train station to make my train to the bus stop, then ran to the bus stop to catch my 5:59am bus to work, began work promptly at 6:20am, finished work at 5:53pm, got driven home by a coworker, and have been drinking since putting my clothes in the washing machine at 6:36pm.  I'm on track to get about four hours of drunken sleep.  Rinse & repeat.

Only three more days until the weekend, though, which is nicer than four.

You're down-to-the-minute timing sounds like one of my posts!

Anyway, I am quite well today.  After getting some good sleep last night, I no longer felt like I was going to lose it at any time.  It rained off and on until about 1700, so I stayed inside and relaxed.  At 1845, I went to my cousin's to help put her kids to bed.  I got home about 2120 and have been winding down since.  I'll probably go to bed about 0030.
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My earlier comment notwithstanding, I do think that the site would be better off if Inks left his position. (The fact that the village idiot has dropped in to express his support for him only confirms this.)
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« Reply #26 on: May 22, 2013, 09:24:55 am »
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Tired.

I woke up at 5am on about four hours of drunken sleep, stayed in bed debating whether or not I have saved enough money to quit my job until 5:33am, when I changed into my work clothes and ran to the train station to make my train to the bus stop, then ran to the bus stop to catch my 5:59am bus to work, began work promptly at 6:20am, finished work at 5:53pm, got driven home by a coworker, and have been drinking since putting my clothes in the washing machine at 6:36pm.  I'm on track to get about four hours of drunken sleep.  Rinse & repeat.

Only three more days until the weekend, though, which is nicer than four.

You're down-to-the-minute timing sounds like one of my posts!

Anyway, I am quite well today.  After getting some good sleep last night, I no longer felt like I was going to lose it at any time.  It rained off and on until about 1700, so I stayed inside and relaxed.  At 1845, I went to my cousin's to help put her kids to bed.  I got home about 2120 and have been winding down since.  I'll probably go to bed about 0030.

Why can't your cousin put her kids to bed by herself?
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« Reply #27 on: May 22, 2013, 10:14:01 am »
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Bushie probably volunteered. He desperately wants kids since he never wastes an opportunity to love on them. It's almost sad to see how desperate he is - calling Kenyan sponsor children his own!
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« Reply #28 on: May 22, 2013, 12:59:44 pm »
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...5:33am, when I changed into my work clothes and ran to the train station to make my train to the bus stop, then ran to the bus stop to catch my 5:59am bus to work, began work promptly at 6:20am, finished work at 5:53pm,

What on earth do you do for these strange and long hours?  (and for that matter which requires 'work clothes'?)
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« Reply #29 on: May 22, 2013, 08:14:30 pm »
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I'm okay...It has been quite slow on the election what-ifs that's why I'm not on a lot...
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« Reply #30 on: May 23, 2013, 09:47:21 am »
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So-so.  Light rain and mild fog are blanketing Halifax, Nova Scotia this morning, like normal.  I'm sitting in a Starbucks on the western side of Spring Garden Road and shuffling back and forth between this site and editing a chapter of another scholar's book on koans (or am I?).  Will go to the gym later.  I've been thinking more and more about the possibility of changing careers--I'm not that into what I'm doing anymore.  We'll see what happens.   
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« Reply #31 on: May 23, 2013, 12:31:20 pm »
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Feeling increasingly overwhelmed by sadness - partly for reasons you know, partly for reasons I won't tell.
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