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Messages - Haseri

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Look, if we start having bears, that's a whole different kind of problem.

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That's really cool.

My parents keep meaning to get chickens, but we have foxes living around us. Then again, the rabbit managed to survive for a while, so maybe that will change.

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Everything Else / Re: Dude my internet has been so bad lately.
« on: May 27, 2020, 02:52:28 am »
It's almost as if rural internet isn't profitable.

Maybe you should see about the local community all pitching in to improve things, like how groups of farms brought a phone line that connected them all together, but they could also call out.

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Everything Else / Re: oh, hello
« on: April 25, 2020, 01:38:31 am »
Really not doing well. I got signed off of work for the month of April because work just got too much, which it was getting to without the lockdown. But not being able to properly see my friends and no physical separation of work and home life (I have to work in my room as I deal with sensitive information) meant that I finally broke down.

And I haven't gotten any better in the interim. If anything, I have got worse, as I'm now dreading that first phone call or the first time I finish something and five more emails have come in. Or the next time I say how I'm struggling and I'm told off. I could take another month off, but this would be at half pay and neither of my parents (who I still live with) really have jobs at the moment. I could quit, but then I'd be in the same position I was in two and half years ago, and it took me nearly two years to get to this point of actually employed. I could hold on and still look for a new job, but it genuinely makes me suffer being in this position, with a terrible manager and never-ending stream of crap that isn't going to change any time soon.

I tried explaining this to occupational health, but all they had to say was "lots of people hate their jobs" like that doesn't suggest a serious issue in our society.

So yeah, not doing well at all.

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Everything Else / Re: oh, hello
« on: March 30, 2020, 11:00:42 am »
I guess so.

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Everything Else / Re: April. The fools day. This is 2019.
« on: April 01, 2019, 01:21:50 am »
It took me a while to realise what the Guardian was doing.

The BBC is doing some stealth advertising for their Sounds app.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: December 05, 2018, 12:50:35 am »
We're on Discord. Unfortunately I don't have the address.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: June 28, 2018, 04:44:54 am »
Come join us on Discord! It's pretty active.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: February 21, 2018, 02:40:54 am »
I've probably passed the lowest point. I have a path of sorts, and I'm letting myself have fun, like auditioning for an improv marathon (26 hours of long-form improvisation) this evening.

I also did actually do one of my new year's resolutions: a creative writing blog. It's pretty empty at the moment, but I alternate days between writing and job hunting.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: February 04, 2018, 02:27:38 am »
Thanks sgore. At my most positive, I'm trying to see this as a reset, and I was paid my deposit, so I have some money at least.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: February 02, 2018, 07:19:51 am »
Awful.

I found on payday last Friday that I'm not being paid my final paycheck until next month because somebody else messed up. I was not told until I asked. I have heard nothing back. Although I have just completed by exit questionnaire. Precisely one 'satisfied' answer, and that's only because I like some members of staff.

I don't have a job. I'm back living with my parents, far away from my friends. I don't feel constructively creative. Everything just feels out of my control.

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Everything Else / Re: New Year's Resolutions 2018
« on: December 29, 2017, 12:00:56 am »
I don't make resolutions so much as goals, which I'm sure my therapist will appreciate.

1) Start a creative writing blog. If nothing else, it will remind me to write on a daily basis, and nail down things. I don't know if it'll be pure stories and such, or if some RPG stuff will sneak in there (which is what I've mostly been working on over the last few months).

2) Get a job. More for necessity than anything else. I'm hoping I don't need to move city, but that's looking more and more likely.

Everything else (move house, write specific things, get a girlfriend) sort of follows on from those 2 things.

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Everything Else / Re: Bitcoin Information & How-To Guide
« on: December 21, 2017, 11:48:37 pm »
Boy I hope the short nerdy one gets busted for hiring a hitman to take out the preying mantis.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: December 05, 2017, 01:34:39 am »
You only really need to start worrying if you hear an air raid siren. Or see a hulking man with a pyramid for a head as he's an iconic series monster, despite the fact the monsters are supposed to represent a personal part of your psyche.

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Everything Else / Re: The off-topic Topic
« on: November 20, 2017, 02:17:42 am »
Well, I just finished reading Paradise Lost, which took me the better part of 3 months (mostly because I went on a working holiday for a month). So I wanted to pick up some light reading. But nowhere had the next Star Wars book I need to read, Dark Disciple.

So I picked up To Kill A Mockingbird, because I've never read it, and I'm almost done with it.

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