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Unemployment vs. sick day, the home edition

Unemployed people get unlimited, unpaid sick days, in case you’re considering unemployment as a career move. But I haven’t taken a sick day in forever. Sick days were a rarity for me even when employed. I’m generally a healthy guy. And laying about seems like such a waste when things need to get done. (Hear […]

New-to-me music for the rest of my unemployment

A few months ago I commented on a friend’s Facebook page that he should check out the new Longwave album. He gently reminded me that the kamagra overnight shipping album wasn’t new; it came out last year. He went on to suggest what the college-aged Norm would have said, were someone to viagra online cheap dare refer to an album not […]

Adventures in bus riding, part 1

Traveling long distance by bus is terrible. How terrible is it? You really want to know? Can I get a “how terrible is it, Norm?” It’s so terrible that it requires a second (and third) post to fully appreciate the heights, err, depths, err, breadth of… well, it’s really bad. And for those wondering, I […]

Entrance music for my every unemployed occasion

I want my own theme song, almost as bad as I want a job. I don’t mean music that plays during the credits before and after each episode of my life. The “Night Court” and “Facts of Life” songs are taken anyway, as is the theme to “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” (number one in the […]

Music 11/10/08

So while I wasn’t feeling the viagra cheap uk buy purchase job search, I did get to listen to music all day. Who said unemployment can’t rock? The Clientele – The Violet Hour Riverside – One The High Violets – Satellite Remixes The Verve – Forth Failure – Fantastic Planet Pete Yorn – Nightcrawler Iron And Wine – The Shepherd’s […]