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The W's

There are a couple of W's that I like doing especially recently. Here's a short list, and a short description of each of the W's.

WWE -- I've had too much time on my hands, watching the 3 weeks delayed telecast of WWE shows is just too good a tube watching experience to pass up. Not by a fan since 8 years old (now 21 years old and still counting). I'd like to see Evolution span both RAW and SmackDown. *hint* *hint*

Watching the NBA -- and watching my first Fantasy NBA team struggle with just a handful of stars, and quick pick-ups and drop-off stars/players. Sometimes stressful, although sometimes it feels so much like playing the stock market... Which I plan to do in the near future... If I could only get a job which paid regularly...

Writing my Thesis -- or cutting it down, is a concept I am going to enjoy. Definitely. I figured: Why should I strain myself to write much more than what's needed to be written down? I'm not writing a novel anyway, nor am I writing a textbook on the topic, so I shouldn't worry about it being too short.

Waiting for Money -- what my former boss owes me, still HAS to arrive. Only this time, it's not coming from my former employer but his parents. And now that I've seen how a business could go wrong, I would do everything I can (or NOT do anything I shouldn't) from making the same mistakes.

CHill...

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