The Linear Canvas
This journal is about the wrongs and rights of the world, as I see them.

The Linear Canvas

2005

January 22nd, 2005 . by Alexander Fisher

Just before New Years last year, I began writing this web log. When I first began writing, I was writing once or twice a day. I couldn’t seem to get enough of writing something, anything, as often as I could. Some times now, I feel like I am forcing myself to do it.

I wrote several entries concerning George Bush and his failed presidency. I was also just learning that my employer was about to lay me off, after I had been told they were not. I think I had already figured out that I was going to get laid off. There were many signs, some that I understood and some I didn’t. There were some signs that I ignored because understanding what some of these indicators meant, also meant that I would have to admit I knew I was getting laid off, just like everyone else did.

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Mr. Computer

January 10th, 2005 . by Alexander Fisher

Some times I am not the life of the party. I don’t have much fun around some people because I don’t do the coffee, cigarette, alcohol, overeating, gambling, religion, and never question authority thing that is seen as the American ideal for men (and women) these days. I’m no prude and I wouldn’t deny those things to the countless addicts who depend on them to avoid withdrawals, hell, divorce, or jail time.

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