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What's the Name of That Chick With the Long Hair?

I was going to use that title when my post was going to focus on mainly just the season premiere of Lost but so much more has happened to me recently. Anyway, after seeing that season premiere the other day, I have scenes from the Star Trek episode "Shore Leave" in my head but I'm sure there is another explanation for what was found in the hatch. We'll have to see, of course.

I also saw the series premiere of Invasion which bares quite the resemblance to a novel of the same name by Robin Cook but the details are so different that I don't believe it's actually based on the that book. It's not too bad so I'll probably watch it more. Oh, and just so you know, caring optional, I didn't see Surface because it looked way too lame. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

In other news, Wednesday, I was contacted by a woman, who turned out to be really hot btw, from an employment agency representing a payroll company. They saw my resume posted online. Today, I went to their office downtown to fill out the paperwork, watch a video on work safety and take some computerized tests on data entry, Excel and Word. She'll give the information to this company, which is also downtown, and they may or may not call me for an interview. It's 20 hours a week. Apparently, I get to choose which three, full, days I want to come in. Not too bad. The annoying part is I have to submit my time card info myself during the probationary period. The last time I went through an employment agency, the company did it for me...


LadyVader said…
Damn them making you take responsibility for your work hours! ;)
Likestrek said…
Well, yes, it's a stupid complaint but I want to be the lazy one, damn it!

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