The person who opened this computer lab didn’t turn on all the lights. That’s normal; you don’t need them all on and it wastes electricity. Some guy decided it bothered him. He approached me and I stood, “How can I help, sir?” “Why the lights off?” Most of the questions I get have something to do with… computers. Confused, I said, “Because no one turned them on this morning? What do you mean sir?” He got mad because he thought I was being snarky. Later he got mad because he thought I was mocking him when I called him “sir.” So then he redirected the entire conversation to why was I being “disrespectful” toward him, when I wasn’t. I was confused and trying hard to be polite, in turn. I tried to return the conversation to something remotely applicable, and explained that when I come in, I check the printers and the computers and after that, everything else is secondary. The lights are normally partially off so I don’t even think about that. He accused me of not knowing how to run a lab, saying that because the lights were off, people wouldn’t think that the lab was open, regardless of the large door being propped open and the sign with lab hours right by the door. “So when it’s 11 o clock at night in here, those lights are still off just cause no on turned them on?” It was almost like he wanted to speak on the philosophy of turning on a light. It’s also worth mentioning that he’d been on a computer for about a half hour before this point, so somehow, and I’ll never know how, he did ascertain that the lab was open. Genius.
One of those days.
Jesus Christ I spoke too soon.
One of those days.
Anonymous asked: My boyfriend & I usually have sex on the floor behind his bed so when you walk in you can only see the bed. And we were having sex one day & I was on top and his mom walks in and she can't see him but she can see me with my shirt on, and she's asking me where he is and I'm sitting on his dick & he's on the bottom trying not to laugh and moving around to make me make faces. And we were talking for like 15 minutes while I was sitting on his dick and having pleasant talk with his mom. NEVER AGAIN.
George RR Martin has issued a definitive “fuck you” to fans wondering if he will finish his lengthy fantasy series before he dies.
Asked by Swiss daily newspaper Tages-Anzeiger about readers’ worries that A Song of Ice and Fire might not be completed by the author, Martin responded:
"I find that question pretty offensive, frankly, when people start speculating about my death and my health, so fuck you to those people".
In case the message wasn’t entirely clear, he then gave “those people” the finger. Full story here
Photo: Still from Tages Anzeiger’s video interview