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


I'm currently enjoying my last cigarette for an as yet undetermined period of time. I've been smoking way to much lately, but it's not the coughing that's getting me or the future lung cancer. It's my cell phone. For $25 a month, I can get unlimited internet access from my cell phone- with a data cable, I can tether to my laptop for 0.1c per KiB. Always on AIM, always got email- these are cool things. And $25 a month? That's how much I smoke in a week!

In short, there's more interesting things to be spending my money on. Smoking has lost its novelty, and remains only becuase of an addiction. Funny thing about addictions though- if you don't feed them, they go away. After the cravings have lessened, I'm figuring I'll keep a pack around, but ration myself to one pack per week- a level of smoking that's both entertaining and really cheap.

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