The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight (maeincarnate) wrote,
The Mad Poller What Polls at Midnight

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It's Annual Conference season at work, so I apologize now for not being terribly loquacious for the next three weeks. Regarding work and it's associated bullshit: I am at the point where there is so much stupid bullshit that I cannot afford to become emotionally involved in any of it, which is resulting in my apparing constantly annoyed. The perceived annoyance, however, has made people very cautious and apologetic for adding more shit to my pile.

Fans of the Amazing Race who tuned in last night: The Loud Family drove past my building on their search for gas. Editing leads one to believe that they had been driving forever before finding a gas station. They were 1 mile into Virginia, about 1/2 mile up the Pike, and when Momma Loud started flipping out about never being able to find gas, they were 1/4 of a mile from the station they stopped at (which was not the Sunoco that was edited in for whatever reason). It was as fun as the time I realized I can see my building from airplanes when I fly out of National.

In other news, I haven't seen a band t-shirt double so succesfully as a warning label as the guy on the train with one of those ridiculous long tube goatees wearing a Tool shirt.
Tags: cubeland, pop culture

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