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Re: Top goal for the coming new year

by Phaysis (Pilgrim)
on Jan 21, 2002 at 06:02 UTC ( #140286=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Top goal for the coming new year

Me? Get a life, and by that I mean as an umbrella statement. Out of shape? Yes; work out. Find a new job? Yes, certainly. I'm "between jobs" right now, so something for the meantime while my business partner and I get things going. Get a date? Definitely need to follow-up on some friendly leads. Become an Uber-coder? Hell, when my biz is up and running after coding everything for it on the backend, etc., then Uber-coding will have been accomplished.

I quit my previous data-entry job simply because what with my sedentary work conditions (getting up to walk around actually damages your productivity, and the managers watch closely for that) I started to get panic attacks. My body was compensating for what it wasn't doing. This is Not a Good Thing. So, here's to better work conditions, eh?

So, what does that leave? Ah, yes: win the lottery. Feh, fat chance that'll happen. In all my years of playing Texas Lottery, I've yet to get more than 2 of 6 numbers right (3 of 6 is the minimum win, giving you 3 bucks). Yeah, fat chance.

Wisdom: You throw more energy into all these things, the things you do in your daily life, and you'll find that "getting a life" is no longer a desire of yours because you will been having a life all along.

Bless you guys in your endeavors-
Shawn
(Ph) Phaysis
Ano Hominy - "In the ear of our corn"


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