Thursday, November 30, 2006

Just one of those days

People annoy me. I think I could happily live in a cyberworld where all interaction is electronic and I never ever have to face a human being again.

At this point my ideal world would comprise my apartment and/or the cottage. All the books I haven’t yet read and want to. Tons of collage materials. Numerous DVDs and CDs. Enough food to last me forever.

I want nothing to do with a human being ever again, and I haven’t even begun the weekend. A weekend where I’ll be working, locked up with a bunch of people taking the minutes of their meeting. Nonexistant except as pertains to “what exactly was that motion?” Efficient. Indispensible. Invisible. Privy to lots more knowledge than I want to have. And yet not even there. Knowledge isn’t always power, sometimes it’s mere slavery.

The weekend isn’t even here and already I hate all of humanity. I shudder to think of what Mr. Jazz will have to go through when I get back Sunday night.

Most of the time I don’t loathe my job. Most of the time it doesn’t suck out my soul. But then there are those times where not only do I not see the point, but where I'd be happy to run away and join the circus. I'd rather shovel elephant shit than the proverbial bullshit. At least it's the real thing.

8 comments:

ticknart said...

I'd rather have a cottage than an apartment. It's easier to keep the people at bay.

choochoo said...

most of the human race is fairly loathable.

Hageltoast said...

love and huggles. People suck butt, fact of life. Except us we are awesome. :)

Steven Novak said...

"People annoy me. I think I could happily live in a cyberworld where all interaction is electronic and I never ever have to face a human being again."

Believe it or not...I kinda live in that world now...

It's suprisingly over-rated. ;)

Steve~

Jocelyn said...

Your weekend sounds like it will, to use the vernacular, suck big donkey dicks. I can't think of any other way to say it. Perhaps Mr. Jazz can have some huge reward awaiting you on Sunday?

Jill said...

I feel for you. There's nothing worse than listening to pontificating windbags, except maybe having to write down everything they say.

Carolyn said...

oh my dear, if I didn't know better I'd have thought you work in my industry: RETAIL.

pupski said...

wow your eclusive ideal sounds good to me too!