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Re: Reply if you have too much spare time. by spare time girl on 2001-02-27 13:09:15
Hey Kid - ... just checking in... Actually, I CREATE spare time for myself -- I consider it an art form, something loosely based on performance art and NOT for theater. It's always a work in progress... One half-hour before work and I'm tippy-typing away to persons unknown... gotta love this cyberspace! I like to relax into work before I actually dive into my work. I'm more of a sprinter with short bouts of intense energy. Long distance running is not my forte -- hence, it takes me half the day to prepare for the other half of the day... it's just my wiring... It's raining here in the California desert where I live -- and how is your day going?
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|Re: Re: Reply if you have too much spare time. by Shlong on 2001-02-28 02:10:12 | Reply to this|
|In the, generally well known for there amazinging sun, areas of North England, the weather is to everybodies utter supprise... snowing. Quite heavily too. In my part time i manufacture spare time for needy candidates. If you feel you are in need of spare time please submit and essay, no more than 100 words,and a £1000 cheque to shlong, leeds, england.|
|Re: Re: Reply if you have too much spare time. by Kid on 2001-02-28 03:52:50 | Reply to this|
I have started to steal time. I take it from when I should be doing something constructive and do nothing at all. It is fun. Oh, today I not only stole some time, but was given some as I made a journey (to uni) that normally takes an hour in but 15 minutes. I was quite happy with this. For those of you unable to locate time, remember how it flies when you are having fun. So, throw a party and look to the ceiling. If this helps I would like a small thank you, maybe in the form of wine or noodles. Or both.