Just a short post to inform my devoted readers (all five of you!) that, like so many Americans, I have just lost my job.
Kicked to the curb. Out, damn spot! Job? Eliminated. It's not your fault, the economy sucks, so no hard feelings, OK? We shall manage the place all by ourselves, thank you very much. Oh, wait, there was no thank you... just a sort of unceremonious dumping.
When I feel a little bit better about heading for the unemployment line, I'll write up all the sordid details for your entertainment! But in the meantime, if you know of any restaurant, hotel or tavern owner looking for a kick-ass manager who delivers results, please drop me an email. Indulge me in this one thing... my resume is rather stellar.
I got a job waitin' for my graduation Fifty-thou a year, buys a lotta beer Things are going great, and they're only gettin' better I'm doin' all right, gettin' good grades The future's so bright I gotta wear shades
- Timbuk3, "The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades"'
Get out there and vote, Buckeyes. If you think you might have to work on Election Day, or you're concerned about limited time and long lines, Plunderbund has great info on how to vote early here, and here. If you've never registered to vote before, you still have until Monday, October 6th to get that done. You can even go to your county Board of Elections, resister to vote, and then votethat day, up until October 6. If you're just now starting to think about the election and have never registered to vote before, it's never been easier. .. but you are running out of time, so go register! You can find information from the Ohio Secretary of State here.
The whole country is watching us, again, and not really in a good way. C'mon Buckeyes, you don't have to wait to vote. The rest of you should come to Ohio and lend a hand. :-)