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Tue, Nov. 12th, 2013 | 08:43 pm  slavezombie

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Oh well. It looked like it might've been a blockbuster, but the working conditions are literally harrowing. SOB!

I had to clear out fast. The abuse, mofo--the abuse. Hair flying everywhere, fingernails aimed at eyeballs. I'm just glad that traditiona l sex is usually encountered in the bedroom, not the kitchen (where sharp objects reside at hand.

My bff is cute and I just can't say no to her invites to hang out. The sex,.. I can't really talk about in this format. You have to read about what happens in my life in movie script format AND of course the names are changed to protect the innocent.

Blah blah...

I'm sorry. I know it's hard to read my shit. It's formatted for industry professionals. It's embarrassing both to post this way and reveal so much about my life. But I didn't lie about the book deal thing earlier, a the continuing safa c I'd the DIERDRE/ARNOLD romance ensures among the ruibs of a conspiracy involving Nazism, visitors from outer space, and time travel. Let's not forget the rooftoo jungle.

Stay tuned.

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from: fluffyblanket
date: Wed, Nov. 13, 2013 05:34 am (UTC)

Why don't you receive more comments?I admire your persistence.

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from: slavezombie
date: Wed, Nov. 13, 2013 12:37 pm (UTC)

I think the people who like commenting in blogs are largely comprised of temporary bloggers. Back when I would add anybody and everybody to my f-list, I remember seeing them dwindle away and abandon their own blog. The comments from these people were also lame IMO. I started to be more selective as to whom it is I add. I don't spend too much time on that though, and as a result I just don't have many peeps seeing my blog entries.

Perhaps it doesn't help to type my words and scan them into the computer too. The search engine spiders cannot detect what I blog about and thus cannot cross reference it with keyword searches that web surfers look for thru google, yahoo, etc. I'm indifferent to the struggle of finding new people within lj. If peeps want to friend me, they can. I don't mind. My journal is mostly public so there isn't much anybody will miss if they don't add me.

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