written by owen on 2009-Oct-30.
I am a solver. I genuinely believe that every problem can be solved by paitient thought and constantly re-arranging the variables involved in the problem. Little round mirrors. Lately I keep thinking that I will solve myself out of a job. Who needs a job anyway? There must be a easier way to keep idle hands out of trouble, find something you love.
I am often at work in the early mornings having the urge to go home and then when I reach home I am thinking about something at work - something to solve or document. I think its the traffic - it drains my soul, murdering my time in cold blood. Curse the hours we have to keep.
Happiness writes white. I can already feel the pain for the people that might try to figure out the references, especially since I live so much in the presentense. Incommunicado. It should be hard, especially in the future, with computers that run on water. But then again in a million years nothing will matter and the moon will lost to the emptiness of space.
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it's better than pretensetense or presentiments
but since you are such a solver what is the solution to your inverted schedule?
Did you ever go to a school with shifts? I only caught the afternoon once and then it was to New York to meet my parents again.
by Gods Child 2009-Oct-30
I don't know how to solve it, its a new feeling. Maybe I should get one of those hand held games? or brain trainers or something. I don't know. Evening school sucked, you got home too late to watch the evening cartoons.
by owen 2009-Oct-30
Why as a solver do you have so many spelling errors and misplaced or forgotten words. I've kept silent about this long enough. It's annoying trying figure out what you mean when you mistyped or mispelt something.
by Tami 2009-Oct-30
what mispelling? there isn't a red line in any of it!
by owen 2009-Oct-30
There is never a red line if you use notepad to type it, Owen. Still, nuh watch no face, the misspellings keep me on my toes.
by Mad Bull 2009-Nov-06