Hey guys. Just doing a short entry in the hope that this will make a little icon appear under my name so people actually know I have a blog.
So today was my first day of work experience. I really, really enjoyed it. I'm working in the Press and Public Relations Office at my local hospital. The people who I am working with are really cool and I had a great first day. It was a kinda one-off day; one of the office guys I'm working with, a photographer and I had to go around and take pictures for the staff magazine. The three of us had a good time exchanging stories about what we had got up to recently and everything went well. I was also in a picture that will find its way into the magazine, so yay me. =D
So, uh, yeah, that's it really. Despite the fact I made myself look stupid on two occasions - the first time I couldn't clip my pass onto my pants without assistance; and the second was when I realised that I had left my label on my new jumper - it was really good, and I look forward to my next week and a half. Apparently I'm going to be writing a press release and also editing the magazine, which should be a really cool experience.
That's it really. Oh, and I saw snow for the first time in a while today. Proper snow for a change. It was quite cool, but just unfortunate that I wasn't at school today, my friends and I could have had some awesome snowball fights. =[
Anyway, this is me signing off on my second blog, unfortunately with no awesome quotes from Liam Neeson this time though. =[
Take care, Duddz.
Dudit: This post did make that little icon appear. Yay! =D
So, yeah, let's just be like a dead fish and go with the flow.
I'll just start with some musings and thoughts about my weekend. The first ting that comes to mind was that I watched the film Taken starring Liam Neeson. Quite a good film really; ex-CIA guy's daughter gets kidnapped whilst on vacation with a friend, the dad goes batshit insane and leaves a trail of destruction and mayhem a mile long whilst trying to locate her. Anyway, I'm not going to say much more because I'll give away too much of the story, but the film was probably one of the best I've seen in a while, with a good cast, good storyline, good acting and a good script. The only qualm I have with the film is it's kinda unrealistic in the sense of what happens; there's waaay too many coincidences. But hey, that's films for you. Out of ten, I'd probably give it an eight, and a recommendation for anyone who likes action and thriller films. The trailer can be found here.
Mmhmm, this post is looking a little bare on the preview, so I shall add to this by complaining about supermarkets. Yes, not the most exciting topic, but I'm still going to complain about them. It's not really the supermarkets that annoy me; more the people in them. They're so ignorant. Now I'm the kind of person who has manners, and if someone lets me go past them in the aisle, I either nod or say thank you to them. Hardly anybody does that nowadays. I let people past me and they either look at me as though they are horrified that I have manners, or they just ignore me. Then you have the people who are oblivious to everyone else in the store, and just cut in front of everyone and barge into people without apologising or even acknowledging the person. It really gets me angry, especially when I have a father who likes to tell me to go down one aisle and then change his mind and tell me to go down a different one - those trolleys are a bitch to turn when they're full of shopping. D:
Well, that seems an adequate amount for my first blog, so now I'm going to sign off with an awesome line from Taken, paraphrased slightly:
"I don't know who you are, I don't know what you want [...] If you let my daughter go now, that'll be the end of it. But if you don't, I will look for you. I will find you. And I will kill you."