September 3rd, 2006 (12:20 pm)
current mood: blah
current song: "Buttons" by the Pussycat Dolls (in my head)
Finally September has approached. I'm ready for fall but not entirely ready for the winter that shall follow it. Tomorrow I'll be going to Bumbershoot which I hope will be a relatively good experience despite the crowds and $30 ticket charge. Shit, I still have to buy a ticket.
I am very sad that the Talib Kweli show sold out. I will continue to search for tickets and hopefully by some miracle I will be seeing him again on Friday. Also, I am very sad that I know no one that would be willing to see the submissions to The Strangers Hump 2 with me. Who wouldn't want to go see amateur porn?! Well, I know one guy but he's quite a dick so I won't be contacting him.
The full time job search continues. I have had two interviews so far and I actually got a call back from one but its not full time. There is the promise that it will turn into full time but I don't entirely believe it. Also, its only $9 an hour. Now, I know I shouldn't be complaining about the hourly wage but $10 is what I'm hoping for. Every other job I applied for was $10 plus. Maybe I need to learn how to negotiate. But damn, those hours. I need more hours and more money!
I was very excited about participating in some retail therapy today then having lunch and my oh so needed afternoon beer but now I feel like staying home and wallowing. Meh. I'm still in my pajamas for fuck's sake. After my shower I will feel renewed I bet.
And why was I not even the least bit interested in the MTV VMAs? I already knew they would suck. I was thinking maybe Jack Black had the potential to be a welcomed breath of fresh air but his funny ass wasn't enough of a pull to get me to tune in. I've seen a total amount of 10 minutes. I did try to watch Timberlake's performance on YouTube but as a former *NSYNC fan I was expecting something showy: more platforms moving, a hypermix, explosions, four other guys backing him up on vocals. Oh well. It was what it was. I still have to say "SexyBack" is a damn good song.