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10 August 2008 @ 09:16 pm
Dear Today,  
While I am quite aware that there is some great retail rule that Sunday, despite its reputation as being a holy day in certain circles, is the usual Day From HELL, this day has risen to extraordinary heights. This has been one for the books, one that you can look back now and be proud of when you think that you aren't working at your potential. De Sade would be proud.

Very Sincerely No Love,

Dear Sony Vegas,

Thank you for being unable to load on my computer after all this time and much pining on my part. You have no idea what this means to me. Then again, seeing as how all of my Reeveverse movie clips somehow managed to disappear, it's no problem at all to deal with. 

My No Love Knows No Bounds,


Dear Me,

Stop being such a bitch and find something to cheer you up that doesn't included any of the above. No one loves a surly bitch unless she's Lois Lane. But, then again, she can afford a DVD ripper and a better computer than the piece of crap you're working on that can handle Vegas. And wouldn't be caught dead making a fan film. Get a grip.

And while I'm on the topic, get it together and get some writing done, you lazy wanna-be author-type!

Stop Being A Weasel Ass,

Your Conscience 

On the Verge of: bitchybitchy
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Lois: Lois :: Yeah Rightkalalanekent on August 11th, 2008 01:51 am (UTC)
Right. Don't you know that we do things like that just to inconvenience them? Especially since everything else in the shopping center closed at 6. And yet it STILL takes an hour to get everyone to leave?

Did I mention that my bosses can't understand why, although we're the district store and twice the size of any other in town, we can't manage to get the entire place cleaned up in an hour after the way it gets destroyed on Sunday? XD

Give me a break.

And that's only half of it.

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Lois: Lois :: Ohfuckkalalanekent on August 11th, 2008 01:59 am (UTC)
Will do. And just the memory of that poster (my friend April had one in high school. The really cool part? We were both hardcore Goth back in the day and it was the only light-colored thing in her room. April looooved that poster!) made me smile.