It’s too late for me to learn another language. I will never be Chinese enough for this world. :’(
My prince has finally come
Poor fool doesn’t know that 26 is way to old for competitive LoL.
Never too old for competitive video games. Always too old to be a fucking asshole.
Made food at Jesusland today for the babies in my friends’ youth group. Things went okay, but I am not a fantastic cook. They ate the things though so it was okay. And by babies I mean teenagers and usually teenagers are easy to feed. Cooking is fun. I also cooked for people yesterday and made ghetto tacos. They were apparently pretty good. I had one and I liked it but I am obviously biased.
Tomorrow I have my Starbucks interview at Park Royal. It can only go better than the awkward Bell interview I had last week. Yikes. At least if I get the job at S-Bux, I won’t have to sell anything. I just get to customer service people while they yell at me and I make them a cup of magical coffeeland. It’s kind of like being a drug dealer I imagine. Mmm. Coffeeland.
We’ll see how it goes.
So I made one of these because friends told me to. So if you feel like it, you can download my things either for free or for money.
I hate how people my age are like, “the economy sucks, I blame my parents and baby boomers for taking all the jobs and raping the world.” Sorry guys, but tough fucking shit. Take some personal responsibility. Maybe you’re not qualified for the positions you’re applying for? Maybe you don’t come across as a good fit for the job in an interview? Maybe you’re applying for jobs in a dying industry? I know that blows if you’ve already got a degree in a specific field, but perhaps it’s time to broaden your horizons.
This is coming from someone who is looking for a job with limited experience.
Black & White, New Orleans | February-March 2014
Canon EOS 7D, EFS 40mm f/2.8
Mardi Gras, New Orleans | February 2014
Canon EOS 7D, EFS 40mm f/2.8, EFS 17-85mm f/4-5.6
Lafayette Cemetery, New Orleans | February 2014
Canon EOS 7D, EFS 17-85mm f/4-5.6, Hoya R72 IR filter, Photoshop CS2 (levels and channel mixer for colour correction on the first photo; the following photo is the original).
The kind lady we were staying with took us on a driving tour of the city. After going through the Daiquiri Drive Thru, we ended up at Lafayette Cemetery for lunch and ate bread and cheese on the Hagan-Henderson tomb. It was also the one year anniversary of our hostess’s mother’s death. A beautiful, though morbid day. I’m sorry more of the photos didn’t turn out.