KiaSunRay: i won a big rocka blog award
KiaSunRay: chea!
KiaSunRay: 2nd year in a row
KiaSunRay: would be great if dude could give me some dick
twnkee24: wheeeeeeeeeee
twnkee24: lollllll
KiaSunRay: lmao
KiaSunRay: i should post this
KiaSunRay: might make his testicles revert
twnkee24: *death*

Go check out the Big Rocka Blog Awards. Good stuff.

21.March.2005    12:09 AM     Commments: 6

Yesterday completed my first week at The Firm. Brief overview:

The firm itself is very nice: leather couches, chairs and benches; marble flooring, flat screen TVs. There's a cafeteria and most of
the costs are subsidized by the firm. It's good to know I'll be able to eat well for a dollar on my broke days. There's a bistro on the lower level of the building and several kitchens and
pantries through out complete with vending machines. Food is too readily available here and that makes me nervous. I've been doing
fairly well with my eating habits and it’s going to be too easy to revert. There's also a gym on the lower level and Elmo is all set to use it.

Now for the job itself:

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12.March.2005    09:43 PM     Commments: 2

"As a friend, I think I should tell you how I feel."

Life on my own terms. Anyone who knows me beyond blogging (or has viewed my tagline via Bloglines) is well aware I take that statement to heart. It's my time, my dime and nobody has to live with my decisions but me, right?

I rarely ask for advice. Not only am I the shit, I'm confident I know what's best for me. When my mind is too cluttered to formulate a subtantial conclusion, I'll then seek the help of a mind that's just as warped with a simialr thought process as my own with a proven record of good decisions.

With that being said, don't offer advice if I didn't ask you for it. You're doing nothing but wasting your breath and aggravating me in the process. How's that for killing two birds with one stone? Nothing irritates me more than unsolicited advice. If I felt like I needed help, I'd ask. Simple, right?

Back to ole girl. Apparently, she's sees things a lot different than I do. I find it gully of her to think that her opinion holds weight with anything I choose to do. don't. I remember when I asked my momma for advice a few years ago. Her response: "What are you asking me for? You're gonna do what you want do anyway. of the smartest things momma ever said, year-to-date. I agreed with her. I do what I want, how I want, when I get ready to. That's how I'm living. On my own terms. Nuff said.

02.March.2005    10:52 PM     Commments: 2