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The Drug of the Nation

So for the first time in an awfully long time, I sat down in front of the TV set to watch an actual show.

Doctor Who. And it ended on an old-school cliffhanger. So I have to wait until next week to find out what happens next.

This is why I prefer my television in nice, tidy box sets. That and the commercials.

Today I took pleasure in writing in a park on my lunch hour.

Today I learned the hazards of informing your employer that you've run out of work to do.

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(Anonymous)
May. 11th, 2006 06:01 am (UTC)
OMG!
Was this the gasmask face creatures thing? DAMN IT! I don't watch much telly (except Law & Order, w00t!) but I caught Dr Who and was PEEVED that I'd have to remember to tune in again some time unspecified in the future on a channel I don't recall the number of. SciFi, probably.

Grah!

But I was diggin' it.

Also, re: narking on self to bosses: learn from Dilbert. I was a slow learner in the corporate sphere (wolverine-like backstabbing nastiness is not a concept I comprehend well, which ensures my doom eventually). Don't you be.

Lurve,
Millabean
wonderbink
May. 15th, 2006 08:53 pm (UTC)
Re: OMG!
Yes, it's SciFi channel. Fridays at 9:00. I completely missed the gasmask episode, but heard about it.

And the "hazards" weren't that dire--it was more like "Okay, here, have this really complicated file that I'm dreading to work on and do something with it." It was more tedious than anything.
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