Monday, September 5, 2005

Coup de Main

Most interesting is the way that I handle impossible tasks. I guess that if I were a great employee, sucking up for the extra corporate spread, I would be freaked out, on edge, and frantic because I won't be able to fill the needs of my corporate masters.

Instead, I am actually kind of relieved. Since the task I am given is stupidly planned and impossible, that means that I can do a nine-to-five. If I am going to fail anyway, why get too worked up about it.

So I am hanging out with the boys. I'm going to watch football and have some fun. I'm going to read and relax and plan my life after the coup de main that will terminate my employment and begin the next pahase of my life.

It's all how you look at it. Life is good.

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