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My first journal entry

greenius (300851) writes | more than 10 years ago

User Journal 0

Today is thursday. I do not particularly like thursdays. I think this is due to school where thursday afternoons were for "social education".

Since being social is not something that technical people generally want to know much about, I used to get really bored and would end the day with a headache.

It would make sense to take thursday off as a holiday and then work on Saturday or Sunday instead. This way, you can do things on a weekday when most other people are at work.

Today is thursday. I do not particularly like thursdays. I think this is due to school where thursday afternoons were for "social education".

Since being social is not something that technical people generally want to know much about, I used to get really bored and would end the day with a headache.

It would make sense to take thursday off as a holiday and then work on Saturday or Sunday instead. This way, you can do things on a weekday when most other people are at work.

Recommended music: Thursday afternoon by Brian Eno.

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