I still cannot get over that in less than a month I could have normal hours…and not work two jobs…and make money…and have a job that could actually catapult me into something I could really love…and begin to make good connections…
I am also not going to be working with anyone my age (meaning my lack of friend-making skills will diminish even more and my weekends will become even more lame) or with anyone that isn’t male and white. But I could be the game changer? the one that maybe pushes the tides to change just a little bit faster?
fuck it, I am a tad bit of a dreamer. This could be awesomesauce.
I might have a full time job lined up.
I have a crazy maniacal laugh that I try to maintain through diet and exercise.
I obviously really enjoyed that article…now I need to get back to work. Oops.
Okay, who else just got all tingly?
I do not trust any critic who puts Arrested Development and/or Scandal on their top 2013 list.
Win, Lose, or Draw is the best episode of Parks and Recreation. Ever.
Kaling’s refreshing lack of self-deprecation is just one of the many differences between her and the self-mocking Tina Fey. Nonetheless, because they are both female and funny, the two are often compared, with Kaling described as being like Fey’s cool or girlier little sister. According to the media, all famous women are just versions of one another.
"It’s very hard to complain about someone saying you’re in Tina Fey’s immediate family,” she says. "But I do think it’s a little unfair that there’s never any debate about whether there’s room for Will Ferrell, Steve Carell and Aziz Ansari. But with women, it’s like, OK, Kristen Wiig is having a moment now, we’re done, we’ll put the rest of them on the backburner. And that’s just ridiculous." (x)
Five hours now stand between me and work, but it is all worth it. Thanks for the live-blogging fun! See you next week.