How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Not to continue rehashing this milk thing, but there's only 1% in the house now, since it was the whole that had been around since March 12.

Bugger. I like whole milk. I like my milkfat. ::lesigh:: Perhaps at somepoint I'll go and refresh the supply, but at the moment, I'm going to call a man about an apartment!

And hope I get a call about a job sometime soon. Probably between 4:30 and 5, since I'm assuming she's got classes.

Repeat after me, "Remy has a job. Remy got this job. Remy is cool."

On a side note, during my test teach, I did pop out that resume joke, "I'm teaching you origami because I realized a violin lesson was out of the question, it's hands on, you can take something home with you, and now you know what to do with the rest of the resumes!"

Eh... it sounded like the right think to say.
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