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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Writing game 3

Demanding, so is work. I guess not all work is equally demanding, but we all feel that our job, what ever it might be, sucks out the best part of our daily lives. That is if we have a job. Many that don’t have jobs whish they could go to work in the morning and many who work wish they didn’t have to. Then of course there are those that wish they didn’t have to go home at the end of the day, but come on. That’s pathetic. Though working is a nuisance and we often feel there is much stuff we would rather be doing, it does feel like we are hard wired to function better with a job to go to every day. Without a job we start to feel useless, our identity is diminishing and the things we take pleasure in when coming home from work seem trivial and stupid when they are not put in contrast to a job. Perhaps I should go find myself a job I can live through so I don’t have to base my self image on my own thoughts and feelings.


  1. Abstract notion - work? Author function - what?

  2. eh.. maybe this wasn't writing game 3 after all. I'll look into it.

  3. I think it was. All you have to do is specify which author function you were embodying...

    1. This was the writing game from one of the first classes. It is the one were we had to do the word hoard and then read it backwards to find a sentence to work from.

  4. Right, I get it now: "Demanding, so is work" was your backwards sentence, then. In this new light the text makes fair sense, except that I would have written about something other than work which is demanding - sports or some other skill...


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