The Habitrail

The eternal struggle…
October 7, 2003, 8:28 pm
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Whenever I’m in the mood to write, I’m not in front of my computer… and vice versa. Because it’s been so long, I’m forcing myself to write, so there!

The main reason why I haven’t written is because I was waiting for formal confirmation of my work situation. But, even though there is no written contract in place, it looks very certain that I will be going back to Yahoo! Monday as a contractor. The first department is in line, setting me up, and the other department is in communication with them to get billing issues set up.

And now, something completely random. Because I never wrote an entry on my Indiana trip, I never got to comment on Microserfs, which I read while I was there. Yes, I’m a bit behind on the times, it seems. What was cool was reading about all the places, and knowing exactly where they were.

And now, something topical. I can’t believe that Arnold is leading the polls, likely to be the next Governor of California. I mean, I knew the whole country was populated by idiots, but I thought that, perhaps, California was immune. I was wrong. SHEEP! You awful, gullible SHEEP! Baaaaaaa! Baaaaaa!

Moving to Canada keeps looking better and better.

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Aaaaaahhhh– HAhahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahaha.

I forgot what I was going to say after that. Oh man.

Comment by kermix

I heard alberta is a good place to find jobs, housing and SO’s! BUt yeah you might as well move out, I am thinking this state with all it’s wacked ass laws/bills is going to end up as a communist state. Make sure you send me a postcard when you go to Canada, there comrad 😛

Comment by lyricaldanichan

Andy is stealing my idea to move to Canadania. Seattle is a pretty nice place, but I am in love with Vancouver. I don’t really care about everyone being taxed into middle-classdom, I don’t really think I will be getting into the super high tax brackets very quickly as a linguist anyhow.

Checklist to guaruntee the ability to move to canada (without having secured a job):
1. Obtain a PhD (huge bonus points for PhDs)
2. Be married to someone who has at least a BS (if he/she is canadian, then no problems)
3. Learn French

Comment by bigdumbthing

Wow! You have high standards 😉

I knew Canada was very europe-like but wow expecting to find a woman with a BS? Good luck! Those gems are usually snatched up quick by old money hehe

Comment by lyricaldanichan

Baaaaa! Baaaaa! Baaaaaahumbug

Comment by thndr

but the bay area voted overwhelmingly against arnold! go bay area!

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