How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Okay, day is done. Survival rate: 100%. I blame luck, that first shot should have taken that student down good. How she got up and kept running, I'll never guess for the life of me.

Actually, day is not done, and the survival probabilities for one little Oompah Loompah are dwindling. Tommyboy wants me to come in and give a little blurb to someone on Cold Fusion at 4:15. That's so going to result in me missing my bus.

Fortunately, Jason King is cool, and heading over towards Hannaford anyway, and doesn't mind a slight detour. Which is schway.

I want a cigarrette! Mostly for the nice smell and the deep breathing. ::deep breathes now, which lacks the nice smell, but... has most of the same effects:: The best aspect of smoking is the whole languid deep breathing thing. I hate powersmoking because it's cold out or what have you. I've done it, but smoking is meant to be a languid, sultry affair.

That's half the fun of Blacks and Xtras... they're black. I'm such a goth.
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