I’m Always Right
June 25, 2009 § 3 Comments
Like many unexplainable phenomena in this strange world of ours, Facebook belongs in the category that both delivers things good and evil. Without fail it’s a great source of networking and sticking our noses into other people’s business but mostly it’s an excellent way to waste time. In the beginning I was on a friend collection frenzy and added them like sugar addicts dropped cubes into their coffee. Lately I’ve developed Facebook snobbery, and not only have I been deleting dozens of people who I don’t care about and vice versa, I’ve been letting friend requests sit at the top right hand corner for weeks before finally deleting them anyway.
As I sit at my friend’s computer mooching off her internets and her room and her cats, my feet are cold and I really need a job. Since I’ve been back I have no home, no car, and no work. But things I have done:
– Bought delicious sheets, a warm quilt, and an electric blanket, although I have no bed to put them on.
– Played tourist and visited the Opera Bar and Orbit Bar at Australia Square.
– Went to my beloved Newtown and ate at my favourite Asakusa and drank at my favourite Kuleto’s.
In the next week I’m planning to buy a bed. But first I would need a place to put it in. Doesn’t matter, I’m just bloody excited to be back.