@honey cowl @ally'all whatever MIDWEST FOREVER. (Sorry, I had to, and I LOVED living in the East Bay. 510 yay areaaaa)
@Human Centipaul I mean, yeah. I don't know if you've looked for jobs over the past five years or so, but definitely. Absolutely. Companies want you to beg to work for them. I would say especially definitely firms in SF or NY. Unless they REALLY want you working there.
Hopefully this gives the next generation more brains so they can repeal the STATEWIDE BAN on Bus Rapid Transit. Way to go TN.
This is awesome and sort of something I just want to stare at and read over and over again. With a nod to no bullshit though, do you ever wryly laugh at how you started with studying about gentrification and displacement and.... are now working in San Francisco? (WRITE ABOUT THAT NEXT.) Also if you are back into biking again, East Bay Bike Party is a great thing to do after work.
Mike! Things might be different in New York but I dealt with this over the summer when my poor sibling could not seem to get his passport situation figured out to save his life. Flight was in two days out of the country, he had no passport. If it gets down to the wire, show up at the passport office FIRST thing. They can totally get you one the same day. (I did a lot of frantic googling and questioning on forums.) Yay travel! Oh, and I guess I did my thing yesterday which was make my 2013 IRA donation (ugh I want that money for so many snacks). I guess today is "finish the endless giant project for my Master's Degree." NBD.
@wrappedupinbooks hahaha this is perfect. Last time I was in LA with fellow queer BFF and we finished dancing our faces off at lady-dance-night in West Hollywood, we sure did peel into Chik Fil A and go to town. I'm a bad EVERYTHING tho'.
@honey cowl AGREED.
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@andnowlights student workers (like myself) have such a special place for me, and I'm sure managing or working with them isn't easy. I bet they know, and 40 sounds like quite the rodeo! I'm going to just go with you sound great.