5/20/2005

Today

Today, I have begun to maximize my commute.  How have I accomplished this wonderful feat?  I have decided that I will start bringing my computer home with me at all time.  How will this maximize my commute?  I can focus on writing, usually while listening to my iPod.  I feel that I never have time to focus on writing.  I'm sure that it's because I'm not devoting enough time, but I just never feel like hopping on my computer when I get home.  I've always got a stack of DVDs waiting for me from Netflix.  It's just nearly the last thing on my mind.  It's been hard on me, and it's been hard on those projects that tend to get neglected.  I think I am keeping up okay on the Live Music Blog, but other projects, like trying to lose my beer gut or start eating healthier just really don't stand a chance with my schedule right now.  With the Live Music Blog though, I've got a friend helping me out with it now, and I think it's really going to pick up.  Plus, I'm almost done celebrating my first podcast release, and I'm excited to see if people respond well to the music.  Download it if you get the chance and give it a listen.  I'd love any and all feedback…

So, now that you understand how my commute is going to be maximized, you need to understand what I'm working with.  This damn laptop must weight five thousand pounds.  Yes, this stupid Dell Latitude.  I know you've seen it.  I'm reminded of this hilarious old-school laptop that a good friend had while we were in college.  Her parents, they really did try and get her something that would stand the test of time, but it just really didn't work.  This laptop must have been purchased during that funny tech period where laserdiscs were still the next thing, and laptops running DOS would still be able to service the average needs of a college student.  Needless to say, my good friend had way too many problems with that thing to list.  Obviously mine is much more powerful and much more relevant, but it is still heavy enough to pinch a nerve in your neck if you wear it around your shoulder.  If you've been issued a laptop at work within the past few years, you've probably received the same one.  Maybe an IBM, but clearly not in the majority from what I've seen.  I wonder if I should both looking that up online and posting a link to the relevant information?  Screw that.  This is a blog.  I don't have to be right all the time…

That's a problem though…

Naturally, I'm a know-it-all.  It's amazing.  Sometimes I actually expect perfection out of the people I know.  PERFECTION.  Nobody's perfect.  Ever.  Not even sometimes.  Everything that you did, will do, might do, think about doing, or have someone else do is always less than perfect.  ALWAYS.  Just remember that…

Could that be true for me, too?  Could I really be nonperfect?  Ugh, that sucks…

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