Tuesday, March 18, 2008

you know who you are

Permanent marker doesn't come off easy. I spent the rest of the evening with gratitude stigmata on my palms.

Operation GTFO
Phase 1: successful!
Phase 2: where am I going?

Since my last 7am shift, the Earth has moved so far around the Sun that it is still dark when I leave, and there are stars in the sky.


  1. Anonymous19/3/08 05:04

    Congratulations on getting Operation GTFO moving. : )

    How did you manage to write so neatly with your non-preferred hand? I had a broken arm for three months and had to learn to write left-handed, and I can't do it that neatly!

    Inquiring minds want to know...


  2. Anonymous20/3/08 04:11

    my monitor at work is so dark i almost missed it!

    how long do you have for operation GTFO? Surely this will affect the choice of locale

  3. The drive down the road isn't that far. Mum said 3 hours to Warrnambool, so add a couple for faffing and being lost and stuff, that's still short. Most of the sights I have to drive to anyway, so locale is more about being central than anything else.

  4. I've been trying to GTFO for years now. I'm at a point now where I'm considering just pulling the car into the garage, throwing a lit match into the living room and driving as far as my gas tank will take me.
    ---er...not really - - -but I'm getting desperate.

  5. I have to admit, Matt, the downfall of GTFO is that it ends with Get The Fuck Back Before Work Again. A lit match has appeal.