5:30 am, alarm goes off. I could legitimately get up right now and have hours free to do some work, but what is the point really? Turn off alarm and sleep to 7:30. Wind up actually getting up at 8:30 am. I’m cold as fuck and have a bunch of things to do like paying bills and returning a fucking comcast router and cable box. Seems they give you a week to return it now instead of a month.
What happens if you don’t return it? I imagine they send one of those comcast vans out to your neighborhood but instead of there being a cable installer inside you have a jackal unit who comes in and tortures your family in front of you before you either pay them or they kill you and dispose of your body in the nearest body of water.
What ended up happening is I woke up and turned my computer on to do some daily writing but instead I just watched a couple LA Beast videos. Have a gooooood day!
I’m finding that I can’t find joy in anything in life. What an absurd world we live in. The only thing that amuses me is a guy drinking a whole can of olive oil and shitting oil for a week.
It’s the weekend now and I’m sitting at starbucks to have a coffee and writing session. I recently read an infographic about different fast food chains and the amount of endocrine disruptors found in their food. Starbucks had some in their drinks. What wasn’t specific was what drink was tested. Are we talking black coffee or those goofy sugar bombs they make? Or is it just a result of hot coffee coming into contact with the lining of their plastic cups? I’m drinking a cold brew coffee black as I type this hoping against hope that there isn’t anything in this coffee to turn me gay.
The Kwa only offers endless cycles of doing the same thing over and over. The insanity of getting up every day, lifting weights, driving, and sleeping. The myth of Sisyphus is true. Go on any highway in the Kwa in order to see it. What’s the difference between sitting in traffic every day in order to go somewhere to pay to sit in traffic every day and a guy forced to push a boulder up a mountain every day only to watch it fall down again?
Imagine me happy.