December 20, 2005

Higher Math

A lot has happened in the last week that would make for some pretty decent blogging - I saw someone get hit by a cab, I saw Brokeback Mountain, I went to Puerto Rico, where I watched a woman actually try to get $8.55 from an ATM (This after attempting $29, then, upon reading the legend "Money only available in multiples of $10", taking out $10, then selecting "Make another Transaction", taking out another $10, and then attempting the $8.55. The best part? She worked in the store where the ATM was located. Did it not cross her mind that maybe the absence of slot-machine-esque clanging of change on a daily basis 10 feet from her register might be an indicator that the ATM doesn't give change?!). Bartender left for 3 weeks in Venezuela. I'm heading home for the holidays. I'm winding down at work (read: doing nothing and leaving early all week).
But I can't really bring myself to write anything all that in depth. Just don't have the energy right now.
I'll be back. Probably when I'm so bored at home over Christmas that I want to eat my own head (Chances of that happening when I'm spending the holiday with my recently-divorced father and recently-widowed aunt? Slim to None). And I'm leaving for London immediately after I come back to New York.
I'll be around. Keep watching this space.
In the meantime, Happy Holidays!
Yeah, I said it: Happy Holidays. Because, contrary to Religious Right Wingnut belief, there are various celebrations occurring round the world during this season. Not just Fucking Christmas. Hell, New Year's Eve is considered a holiday, so that validates it right there.
So Happy Chanukkah (Hanukah? Hannuka? Jew Week?)! Happy Kwanza! A Festive Looney Scientology Aliens Are Living In Me And Depression is Not Real and Sure a Frontal Lobotomy Sounds Great Day! Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! Happy Birthday Audrey! Happy Birthday Chris!

Peace On Earth, Bitches.
See You Soonish.


Blogger Serra said...

Merry Christmahanakwanzakah to you too Dan. Enjoy your time off.

1:11 PM  
Blogger allison said...

I wanna' hear about Puerto Rico NOW, Deddy!. (And you though being with your family would be bad. Just warming you up, darling.)

Happy New Year's Kwanzmisukah.

1:17 PM  
Blogger Dancinfairy said...

Hope you have a jolly good time in London old chap (seriously we ALL talk like that over here).

Enjoy it!

6:06 PM  

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