samoa and the perfect excuse for calling in sick at work

Next time I have to call in sick at work, I should just e-mail this in instead:

i don't know if anyone will ever get this message, but if you do you have to come save us. oh god. you must come save us! we're slowly going insane each day. each day. each day. many of us are already gone. just siting and starting endlessly. or just screaming. the screaming never stops now. i don't know what happened to the world. it's not there. or it's gone. or we're just. i don't know. cut off. drifting. yesterday is gone and tomorrow never comes no one knows how many years its been anymore it just never ends. please come save us we're in samoa and it's december 30th and yesterday is gone and tomorrow never comes and it never ends. it never ends. it never ends.
for the love of god make it end
december 30 december 30 december 30
december 30 december 30 december 30
december 30 december 30 december 30
no one ever dies and it never ends

(from a cool comment on Slashdot)

3 responses to “samoa and the perfect excuse for calling in sick at work

  1. Hello, I see you visited.It seems someone's having a bit of a problem there in Samoa, there is a very well run Hospital for 'people with such problems' here in Cape Town, it's called Valkenberg Hospital, It is state funded, so if you are poor or spend all your money on airfare getting here to go to it, then it won't cost you any money. It'd be a different story if you have a lot of money though. Of course you could just not tell them that you have a lot of money, but then you mustn't arrive there in your Jaguar. We still don't have any dishy American Soldiers wandering around aimlessly here. Did you forget? Now, just-in-case, to anyone reading this, please don't take it seriously, it is just light hearted banter. You can take this seriously though, "I wish you well" fromBrian.

  2. Originally posted by BrianFrances:

    We still don't have any dishy American Soldiers wandering around aimlessly here. Did you forget?

    Nooo, I didn't forget. It was that comment of yours that reminded me to visit your site again. Those soldiers can be good for a nice fling, I think. I see them in the airports here all the time. Some of them look very fine, but many look like they are from the time when the earth was still cooling down. I guess that can apply to any group, however.There used to be a crazy drag-show nightclub here in North Carolina just two blocks from the main gate of a major Marine base. The club was off limits per orders of the Marine Corps, so the bar had a special unmarked van they used to go pick up the boys that wanted to party there on the weekends. Funny how things go.

  3. In years past, when rightwing laws were the order of the day, here in South Africa, homosexuality was "illegal" and the police used to do ridiculously outrageous things to 'entrap' any gay people. Now, though, the laws are specifically to protect the human rights of minorities including gay marriage which is equally recognised legally. Socially, is another kettle of fish or can of worms, more like, but it's a start. I mean, murder is also illegal, but that doesn't stop people from killing each other, does it.

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