Oh and by the way I haven't worked in 16 years and have no references. I don't see why I should keep my background hidden. If I tell my future employer about the chronic fatigue syndrome and bipolar episodes they'll be duty-bound by the Disability Discrimination Act to treat me good!
I desire a minimum £25,000 a year ($40,295) ~ I don't think that's too much to ask. My rent's £200, and when you add on transport (£35.60 weekly for a zones 1-3 travelcard) and the totally unjust council tax, which could easily be about £50 a week, I'd need to be taking home a good £500 to make working worthwhile.
So what do y'all think? Comments please!
I love this song: I was looking for a job and then I found a job and heaven knows I'm miserable now...
THE SMITHS: HEAVEN KNOWS I'M MISERABLE NOW
a truly awful song by an awful group... but the message is spot-on~!!
THIS is WAY BETTER than anything the Smiths could ever have knocked out...
dance music, as a well-known intellectual at my old university once declared "says nothing to me about my life" ... well that may be so, but THIS marvellous track says a million times more than the dreary old Smiths ever could!
QUENCH: DREAMS (SEBASTIAN LEGER)
QUENCH: DREAMS ~ ORIGINAL MIX
this is one fantastic tune!!