I’m certainly a failure when it comes to updating this thing… although that probably falls into self doubt as to why anyone would want to read it. Also- people I work with are finding my twitter, which makes me uncomfortable for the rest of my sites/social media. Not that there’s anything necessarily bad, or unhirable on any of them, but there’s certainly some material I’d rather keep separate from my professional life.
In an effort for content, a few tirades: First, why do women (particularly 40+) have absolutely no concept of their surroundings or the use of peripheral vision when in public environments? Grocery Stores, Movie Theaters, Museums, Why Am I Capitalizing Everything?
Without fail, married and cat-lady alike will come to a full stop, leaving the populace behind them to clack skulls down the row as this self indulged bitch calls all-stop on the progress train. Usually its to read a text message, or this weeks circular, or whatever else. My personal favorite is when they do it in the little entrance/exit vestibule where theres no space to get around anyway- and they’re fishing their car keys out of a purse so big, Bear Grylls could carry a deer carcass in. Today, I witnessed a woman back it on up into another woman who was checking her text messages in the main checkout thoroughfare. It was like dividing by zero.
Not to make this racial, but its almost always caucasians. But every single time its women. Its gotta be some left over monkey or hunter-gatherer mentality, where they never had to worry about stumbling into a hungry jaguar or something.
Next up on things none will support me on: Kids. Whats up with that, eh? You have 7 of them in the movie theater entrance, running around like Gymboree, you don’t have a leash in your hand, let alone on your little monster, and I’m supposed to think its cute? Newsflash: Not everyone is into kids.
Last week was super busy- I had to go to New Jersey (north), back to West Chester, PA, then to Connecticut, then down to DC. Interesting little zig-zag of the mid atlantic seaboard.
This week its western Massachusetts, then eastern, then north New Jersey for the end of the week, then Nevada on Sunday.