Amongst the biggest challenges facing us is deciding how to prepare. Moving back from a sad app affair is tricky. You are a different person than you were when you started it - I didnt even like donuts
People back home have moved on. You can move back as if nothing had changed but that would be a mistake.
This move is bigger. After 6 months Im taking the money and running. So no job lined up, no company machine to slot into. Life is changing.
So we are wrestling with what to take, what to leave, what to store, what to use. Its exciting and terrifying at the same time. So far we have sold the house and car, weve worked through the wardrobes. Next is the toys and games. Weve done a quick look at furniture and stuff.
We arent decided in a few things so if someone wants them, they can have them. Other stuff is useful and some is sentimentally valuable to me.
Ive still got a screenshot of my simpsons town on email if anyone wants me to email it to them
Over the past couple of days Ive been having an exchange of views on Twitter with an MP. He supports my stance of the app removal although he believes a full scale eviction will see a community damaged, families removed from their homes and forced to leave the area they live in because of dark forces - I think he means Darth Vader??
So during the exchange he claims Im ranting (difficult in 140 characters) bit the real problem arises when I notice another tweet in his timeline via another tweetee. I tweeted him but he didnt answer am I becoming obsessive?
Often I see MPs using it as a tool for publicity. If they want to engage with social media then they need to get smarter and more involved and especially not duck the simple questions.
Why are more people are killed annually by donkeys than die in air crashes?
Why is every dog in my house required by law to take a bath once a year.
Why do we press harder on a remote control when we know the batteries are flat?
Why do banks charge a fee on 'insufficient funds' when they know there is not enough?
Spare a thought for the guys at EA - The human body burns about 130 calories an hour whilst sitting working at a computer, has anybody offered to buy them a pizza or a sandwich - HELP THEM BEFORE THEY FADE AWAY
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