The future is not what it used to be

Let the madness begin, folks, I am now working Tuesday through Saturday, or Caturday for all you lolcats.  I figure by doing this, at least there’s a weekday that I can really get to an interview easily.  I have one today, and then on on Thursday.  I’m sure they’ll think I am on my deathbed if I use another doctor’s appointment.  It’s really difficult finding new work when you are still employed.  I mean, I don’t want to be unemployed, but I know I am not the first person to do this.  I wonder if they’re onto me?  I still haven’t signed the employment agreement, nor has anyone really made mention of it.  I figure there might be some pressure by Friday, but I am hoping to *maybe slash VERY MUCH HOPING* to have a new job by then, so it won’t even matter. 

It’s dreadfully quiet here.  It’s like a tomb.  There’s only 4 of us left.  Abandon ship!!!

In other, more exciting news, I got to take photos for a story Steve did on the Vancouver Scientology protest by Anonymous, which was one of several around the world:

It was a pretty tame occassion, with some minor chanting of, “Cult!  Cult!  Cult!” and some delighted cheers as drivers honked when they passed.

Sadly, no one was Rick Rolled here in Canada, which I think would have really gotten the party started.  Perhaps you’d like to be Rick Rolled right now.

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6 Responses to “The future is not what it used to be”


  1. 1 Goodboy Norman Featherstone February 12, 2008 at 11:57 am

    Please fill me in on this scientology protest. I don’t feel like googling around for info. Why are all the protesters wearing masks? Is this just another show of hatred for Tom Cruise?

  2. 2 Doozy February 12, 2008 at 11:59 am

    “Anonymous is a collective of individuals united by an awareness that someone must do the right thing.”
    They’re wearing masks I believe, to remain anonymous, but to appear as a solid group, united against Scientology. I guess some of it sprung from that Tom Cruise video censorship, but there are mysterious deaths and some other odd facts about how much money you need to spend to become “enlightened” and whatnot.

  3. 3 Nevis February 12, 2008 at 1:13 pm

    How interesting….a solid group, united against Scientology….that’s actually pretty funny. So…would you say it’s a cult of pepole against Scientology? A cult to stop a cult?

  4. 4 Que Sarah February 12, 2008 at 6:54 pm

    I’m not even going to say anything about religious cults…
    But I do want to say that I can’t believe I got Rick Rolled – AGAIN! LMAO!!

  5. 5 Doozy February 13, 2008 at 10:01 am

    Man, I want to Rick Roll at my wedding someday, like when the bride and groom get up to dance, BAM! RICK ROLLED!

  6. 6 Sandra February 13, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    That’s so awesome. I totally want to join the Anonymous cult….wait a second. i don’t have to pay money do I?

    It’s nice to know that I’m too poor to be a Scientologist even if I were dumb/crazy/lobotomized enough to want to join that crazy group. Aliens? Xenu? Methinks a big fat no thanks.


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