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Damn! That's Accurate! (Why Am I Happy About This?)

Alone
loneliness dominates you. You can hide it well, but
its there, and your friends can see it. You
constantly feel alone, and need to do things to
fill your time. Your afraid to tell people
this, but sooner or later it gets out in a bad
way, and you think you screwed up everything.
And when you are in love is when you are sad
the most. (Please Vote)


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Today at work I did a lot of tech stuff. I apparently have become "the tech guy." I don't mind though. I much prefer helping with computer problems, such as connecting a monitor to a computer cabinet (Known by lay people as "the brain.") and attatching a file to an e-mail as opposed to signing people in to use a computer. That is so monotonous.

I also helped, much more than I thought I'd have to, with a bibliographic instruction class. This means we showed them how to find a book in the online catalog and use our databases to find an article. It wasn't that these people weren't smart. It seemed mostly to be a language problem. (Although I have never seen someone try to put a 3 1/2 floppy in the drive upside down before...)

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