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Friday, December 03, 2021

Are we wage-slaves ever truly free? Not in a qualitative sense. But I’ll gladly take a day off and call it liberation, in the most non-severe way.

Not that I’m under particular hardship at work; I like most aspects of the job, and my coworkers are great. That said, I’ll take my breaks where I can get them.

So what’s the agenda for this grand day of leisure? Nothing extraordinary. I’ve already gotten a few extra hours of sack time, which is award enough in the short term. To the extent that the rest of the day is planned:

- I was hoping to get some tanning time in today, but that’s not looking promising. Forecast for today is supposed to be for 70 degrees, which would make it just tolerable to lie out in the sun. But currently, it’s more like 60, and with the clouds, I don’t see that changing much. The weekend is supposed to get to the low 80s, so there’s always that as a backup.

- I’ve been listening this morning to Radio Tarifa: “Fiebre”, the disc I picked up yesterday. It’s turned out to be a nice purchase; good mood music.

- For lunch, since I’m in the neighborhood, I think I’ll go for some Asteroids and pizza.

- I had thought about hitting the movie theater this afternoon to catch Closer. But as it happens, my alma mater is showing Twilight Samurai early this evening, and since I can catch Closer anytime, I’m heading to campus!

- It’s First Friday night in St. Pete again, and for once, I’m completely in the mood for it. Will it top last month’s edition? I sure hope so.

This’ll do. But I’ve got to come up with something more creative for next week’s day(s) off. Nothing like actively burning off vacation time.

- Costa Tsiokos, Fri 12/03/2021 11:25:30 AM
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