Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Today

I wrote an entry on KCL earlier and then this morning.
Yet, I refuse to give up this host for blogging - for now anyway.

Ken came home early. I don't know why, but usually entails being let off because there is nothing to do. He started in on a girl he "screwed" when she was - well I don't want to incriminate him, so I won't. BUT - it's the SAME exact exuberance when he started in on the last girl. The last girl - lady - was MARRIED.

I'm not amused. The beginning of his story was appalling, the end of it was not the end, I'm sure.

Changing the subject, I've come to the realization that I'm not that sold on cabbying. Apparently, people ditch you and don't pay. I would not take that well. I would be the cabby chasing the freak down and calling the police for theft of services.

Apparently they get robbed alot. I wouldn't take well to that, either. It wouldn't make me afraid, it would make me MAD. Sticking a gun to my head - I might give up the cash - but I would remember the face. I have to wonder if cab drivers are allowed to carry their own arms. Supposing it would depend on the company's policy, dunno whether commercial vehicle laws apply to it or not.

OTOH - it might actually be interesting to encounter all kinds of different people. I can be talkative in the right circumstances and make conversation when a person is amenable to it. I'm not sold on it yet, and certainly, giving up my weekends is hardly something I really WANT to do.

The Valley of Decision is always an interesting place to be. I continue to forget totally about getting the 5-year driving history after getting off of work. Hey, speaking of work, our branch is at like $170,000 for the month. That's very good considering what we have been doing in the last few months - really, the last several months. I also have no clue what's going to happen with me when the bomb is dropped in a couple of weeks from now.

Ummmm, that's it. I fed the dogs - they were looking at me as if they were hungry. Turns out someone else put food out for them earlier today - assuming Michael. What the really wanted was attention. I have spent copious amounts of time since that revelation in giving such.

C'yall next time.

ben

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