Mom just sent me a job ad I applied to two weeks ago and a link to the UNC system saying “check out all these universities too, they might have some openings.”
Thanks, mom. No, I know what schools are in the UNC system, they don’t have any openings, and no.
Evidently the lack of work hours this week was a combination of end-o-month trimming to make budget and also a major computer fuck-up, where-in nobody was scheduled for their normal schedule, and also the undergrads didn’t get their semester availability in soon enough, so now I’ve had three calls and half a dozen emails about people wanting to trade shifts.
So it’s not just me, and I can actually pick up some more hours. More hours than 7.
I remember really liking Mad Men, but I don’t remember anything that has happened on it except everyone being dressed nicely and being drunk and/or pregnant.
I guess I’m just so used to hearing phrases related to both dirt roads and ice cold beers in country songs that I didn’t immediately realize that Jason Aldean is singing about both at the same time.
Complete with what I assume is a reference to George Jones’ DUI record (including one while operating a tractor).
So well done, country music, that seems very healthy.
I will judge. I judge it to be the latter. That was easy.
The first unmanly thing you did was to perpetuate antiquated and alienating gender performances.
The second unmanly thing you did was the bold-faced lie that Miller Light doesn’t suck.
I don’t know which is more insulting.
Deciding to become a librarian because you like books is like going to med school because you like having a body.
Most of us do, and it’s a perfectly reasonable preference, ostensibly relevant to the profession, but it’s not remotely the point.
I wonder if any fans of the various Giants, Tigers, Rangers, Huskies, Wildcats, or Golden Gophers have the same problem.
That awkward moment when some Seattle Seahawks fans like my posts from 6 months ago about UNCW basketball.
(especially when that post may or may not contain screenshots from ESPN that clearly include such terms as “college basketball” and “rebounds,” and possibly even a picture of a basketball court with a Wilmington logo.)