Apr. 1st, 2004

brinshannara: (joy)
I was on the phone with a friend, and we were discussing religion, because Lent is ending soon. We started talking about Jesus.

C was saying that she likes Christ. "I find him very Buddhist."


Apr. 1st, 2004 02:41 pm
brinshannara: (what i write)
Slept badly, am still feeling mostly asleep despite having been up for like, two hours. And sort of more congested today than yesterday. Blech.

And now, off to the bank so I can pay rent and buy a bus pass for April. And maybe some more DayQuil. :P (That stuff is really frickin' expensive.)

In other news, possible summer job lead. To do with web stuff. That's not casino or porn related!!! I was procrastinating writing my paper last night and went through monster.ca on a whim, sent in my CV for the hell of it, and the guy was very impressed by my qualifications! He said he needed someone yesterday (so I suppose the position's been filled), but he has a "pet project" that he wants to get started on later this spring -- and some of my past experience (those of you who know me: my four year job that I loved very very very much!) would be an asset! I'll get more info on that sometime after my exams (which end April 20th). So that's a good thing.

Right, must go to the bank in the cold, icky rain. The rain is falling horizontally, my grandmother has informed me. This should be an adventure.

(And you know what? I know that I'm pretty good at graphics and web stuff, but I'm always amazed when someone says they're impressed by what I can do. It's like... wow. You mean not everyone can do this kind of stuff? Sometimes, it takes a minute for me to remember that my skills, while not unique, are pretty specialized. Anyone can open PhotoShop and screw around. Not everyone knows how to select things properly, use layer masks, use adjustment masks and stuff like that. And a lot of people don't even have a clue as to what Illustrator does. And we won't even talk about the number of web designers who don't know a <div> tag from a <table> tag... Okay. Really. Going to get dressed and go to the bank, now.)
brinshannara: (aw crap)
We have reverted to the Human Snot Factory Phase.


That is all.
brinshannara: (joy)
IM procrastination-turned-amusement.

[livejournal.com profile] literaryradical: you want to write about stop kiss and how it fits into the american tradition of gay plays?
[livejournal.com profile] brinshannara: If you want to write about how hackers/computer criminals actually have a distinct subculture.
[livejournal.com profile] literaryradical: Whoa.
[livejournal.com profile] literaryradical: Dude, we are both so screwed.
[livejournal.com profile] literaryradical: And not in a good way.

I love my [livejournal.com profile] literaryradical. Yes, yes I do. :)


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