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

Remember what I said about...

...this story taking over my life. How does 52 pages, single spaced sound, with only a handful of breaks since getting some munchies at about 2:30. Figure, I've been sitting here since three, taking shorter breaks than I do at work. I've written nearly twenty pages today.

Holy carp, twenty fucking pages today.

Oh, as a note, I saw a holy fucking carp in Harrisburg. Minna came to visit you see, and we went out to a chinese restaurant (a big step up from the one we went to the last time in Harrisburg), and in the fish tank, they had what had to be a ten pound carp. Its mouth was huge, I'm talking bite-your-dick-off huge. Fucking gigantic calico carp.

Just an FYI.

I'm going to try not to write any more for a little bit I think.

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