The Post Game Show

Monday, September 10, 2007

Keeping your head above water, making a wave if you can.....

Since Jameil and Vanessa want my black card over my hatred of Mac N' Cheese, I figured I'd recite a Good Times theme lyric to keep them off my back for a minute. It also fits my current state of existence, as I'm finally starting to get some work in my field and hopefully these part-time assignments will lead to something permanent soon. I can't stay here too much longer or else there's going to be trouble. My days of sitting here all day are coming to an end and while it sucks to be on the go, it's better than wondering when, if ever, I'll break through in journalism. I guess I've taken the bull by the horns so to speak, and right now stringing is better than nothing.

In other news, women...*sigh* why must I always end up with some strange scenario that involves a woman wanting to be my friend or talking about how it's, in facebook parlance, "complicated," meaning they're "single" but they can't let some one go. God help me.

Car still running good, still happy with that, still doing everything I can to survive. Which is all we can do. That's all I got, sorry, LOL...maybe I'll be inspired to do something when I'm not running around all crazy. Dueces!

4 Comments:

  • At 12:59 PM, Blogger jameil1922 said…

    keep stackin them clips homie! lmao @ "complicated," meaning they're "single" but they can't let someone go!! right?!?! that needs to be the new name of it. suggest it to the people who make facebook. i know nothing about good times so there.

     
  • At 12:30 PM, Blogger spchrist said…

    I hate Mac 'N Cheese too...and keep hustling on the journalism front...you'll get a full-time job.

     
  • At 11:41 PM, Anonymous CNEL said…

    Keep making moves. It's all about persistence.

    As for "complicated" its a cop out! They need to learn to keep it moving.

     
  • At 5:04 PM, Blogger Jarrod said…

    I worked part time as an AP at my current station for two years before I got hired full time. I know all about struggling to keep them lights on. It pays off, trust me.

     

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