Her: We have the strangest luck. Him: We’re darned. Her: That’s exactly it! Yesterday, wake up to several angry emails. Run out the door, miss every green light and train. Arrive late to the office and try to explain to a client that the reason why his doc’s late is cause I asked him for … Continue reading Dealing with it: Good souls and IM
Saw some more friends the other day in Flushing. Thought I was doing pretty well but memories – the bad sort – just kinda creep up and hit you outta nowhere.
This fella said that, “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.”
I’ve called 911 twice in my life, last night being the second time. A woman was bloodied and screaming outside my door last night.
Went to see my parents yesterday. Turns out it’s the 2013 Moon Festival this week. And my mom told me a sad story.
Always believed that non-merit based leadership is wrong. But are the Weiners and Palins really better two exceptionally educated soldiers who lost their mother in youth?
I’m 40 today. The bombings in Boston remind me that world is an ugly place. But made bearable by the good souls.
Winston Churchill once said that, “Solitary trees, if they grow at all, grow strong.” That’s the thing, isn’t it? *If* they grow at all?
It’s easy to be cruel for no reason; it’s just as easy to be kind Actually, that same day I saw the foozball table from my last entry, I was in Chinatown earlier. Was starving so I popped into a dive that had 20 dumplings for $4. That was great. Not so great was the … Continue reading Chris Gethard and being kind for no reason
Me: I’m sorry I’m late. Him: It’s fine. I’m just glad you came. Yesterday was a strange and sad day. Part of my job’s to do site inspections around the state for things. Yesterday, was in an orthodox Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn checking out a building when the property contact and I went to the … Continue reading You either just do it or you don’t