Journal Entries

Man in a suitcase, part 3

Yes, indeed, still a Man in a Suitcase. And a few cardboard boxes. And a couple of plastic bags.

Tsk. Still, at least I have my CDs back, and my books, and my DVDs. And Deus Ex for the PS2. So if I'm missing for a while, it's because I'm fighting terrorists as part of some conspiracy plot thing. Maybe.

Discuss this Journal entry [1]

Latest reply: Jul 10, 2002

Further adventures of a man in a suitcase

I have to move this weekend. fords_prefect will be pleased.

I then have to move in September.

I hope I never have to move again. Why do all my possessions look pitiful when packed, but are still very heavy? smiley - grr

Discuss this Journal entry [3]

Latest reply: Jun 26, 2002

Folding garments for the Lord

This must be the worst job *ever* smiley - sadface

Discuss this Journal entry [1]

Latest reply: Jun 20, 2002

Man in a Suitcase, part two

Name: DoctorGonzo
Address: As of noon tomorrow, no fixed abode.

Damn. A bit of the old 'couch surfing' is called for.

Discuss this Journal entry [1]

Latest reply: Jun 17, 2002

The fear of God

Well, that was an unusual, and possibly successful, job interview. The interviewer's opening gambit was to tell me that he was a Christian. A very strict Christian. And the company he ran embodied those values - therefore:
* No swearing
* No blasphemy
* No music
* No mobile phones
* No music
* No computer systems

And I wasn't to be offended if I asked him if he wanted to go for a drink, and he turned me down. Now, thinking about this, it's difficult to say how I'm going to offend him. I undoubtedly will, at some point. I'll drop something and swear, or read Richard Dawkins in the canteen, or start singing some raucous melody, or come in hungover. I can't last, that's for sure. I can't keep the real me, the godless and offensive me, under wraps for long.

Discuss this Journal entry [12]

Latest reply: Jun 14, 2002

Back to DoctorGonzo's Personal Space Home


Researcher U173458

Work Edited by h2g2

Write an Entry

"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a wholly remarkable book. It has been compiled and recompiled many times and under many different editorships. It contains contributions from countless numbers of travellers and researchers."

Write an entry
Read more