How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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A day in the life of a sandwich

Today was shpif. Hung out with What's Her Name for awhile (a close friend, whose name I do not know), had some good conversation. We always, have good conversation, and today, she skipped work and we hung out almost two hours, which isn't much, but more than I've ever spent with her, not counting when we had a seminar class together.

Anywho, went to Dance. Kelly wasn't there, which, in retrospect, is a good thing. Jenny (who I'm starting to think is actually serious about jumping my bones), gave me a shpiffle tarot reading, pretty dead on, but without the ominous portents I'm used to retrieving from Sarah's readings. One thing to watch out for though, basically, "Taking something that isn't mine." Thoughts, thoughts are spawned. Now, I just wire up a "send an email with webpage data" script, and I'm done for the night.


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