Whenever I'm playing Bioshock I feel compelled to listen to Django Reinhardt.
Random thought 2:
I don't give a fuck how intellectual the topic of discussion at a message board is--it can be classical music, advanced metaphysics, or quantum electrodynamics (classical music in this case)--having a twenty five character minimum for posting is just fucking EVIL. I'm not known for my brevity, but sometimes a simple "No." or a name in response to a poll is all that's required. Speaking of which, between that new 25 character rule and a new member that seems to have posted roughly twenty polls in a day the boys over on that board are getting riled up. It looks like there might be a riot or a strike* or something.
*(Yeah, that'd work out real well..."CONGRATULATIONS MEN! ALL THE WHINY ASSHOLES THAT DON'T LIKE OUR ADMINISTRATION STYLE DECIDED TO QUIT USING OUR BANDWIDTH FOR FREE!)
I have imjustmakingthisup(A T)hotmail(d o t)com
When was it mandated that a personal email had to be completely serious?
That's why they invented work emails AFAIK
Well, that's fine. But why would you apply for a job with that email? That's just silly.
This. No matter how qualified you are, the chances of you getting a job with an email like that are slim to none.
And there's nothing wrong with goofy personal email addresses (even though hers wasn't meant to be goofy. apparently she just loves munchin' on cock). Just don't use said goofy email address to apply to jobs.
A cousin of mine had that 'problem' for a while. His mother left him alone with a house when he was fifteen, so naturally it quickly became the official high school party place/fucking joint, so it was deemed HisName's Love Shack. Soon enough he decided to use firstname.lastname@example.org
as his e-mail address, including the one he used for applications with potential employers. For some reason they weren't impressed with a guy who spent eight years getting a bachelor's degree and used that as his e-mail address on applications; he finally got the picture when a potential employer asked him about the 'strange' e-mail address during an interview and got a separate one for work related stuff.
Oh and Akanbe? I had to have seven wisdom teeth removed some years ago. I feel your pain. :(