Want to never work in the entertainment industry again? Sue someone because the job you were hired to do isn’t up to your lofty, unearned standards.
SEE ALSO: People are fucking dumb.
At one of my internships when I first got started, I sat around all day waiting for something to do. Eventually a balloon bouquet was delivered to my boss and they asked me to go outside and pop the balloons. That was all I did that day. I thought about suing them, but I didn’t have the courage.
Oh, I am sure I will be back at one point, but lately I’ve been getting more and more creeped out with what’s where and who can see what and all that, so before I rejoin that village of raped privacy, I have a WHOLE lot of housecleaning to do that I am just not in the mood for at the moment. Pictures to delete, tags to erase. A friends list to cut by (AT LEAST) 50%.
At least on Tumblr I am 100% fully in charge of what the internet knows about me. I can say my last name if I want. I can choose to talk about my work but never say the name. I can post a photo of myself. Or my butt. Or my cat.
On Facebook, anyone can link to my page or tag me in posts and photos. And I feel they intentionally make privacy settings WAY too complicated in order to make it next to impossible to be 100% private. Like, just now I found something about people being able to take your Facebook info with them into apps such as other websites and games, and it just DEFAULTED to sharing all that info about me. What website? What game? Why are you just ASSUMING I’m okay with GIVING THAT AWAY? Why did I have to comb through EVERY privacy and account setting to even find out that exists? And why is it so vague in its description? And what other privacy settings did I miss?
I’m the first to admit I’ll be back, though. I need to see more of my high school friends get progressively uglier.
I’m not this kind of person, but I have enough followers of this nature that I figured I’d post this, since my friend runs this children’s bookstore and because it’s a great way to support small business, literature, and I dunno, kids and stuff.
ADULT CRAFTING NIGHT
Little junebugs is proud to present its first adult crafting night! this is the first in a series that will take place on the third friday evening of each month. this month’s craft features three options:
We’ll provide you with everything you need to paint, stamp, glue, cut and craft your way to a beautiful result. all you need to do is bring $20, which includes a cup for free glasses of wine! because we all know adult crafting is best done with adult beverages. we’ll also have a special guest food truck out front serving delicious food all night long!