samuraikisses: (guy- cocky battle grin)
( Mar. 15th, 2009 07:51 pm)
I just finished a marathon of work this week. All seven to eight hour shifts, mostly with one short one at the end. Which I was happy about, because if I'd had to do another long one I would have screamed. In retail you usually get some crazies and some dumb ones, but today we got a lot. Like, more than a day's share. If people would just use the reading skills they got when they were in elementary school, it'd be great. Honestly, you've got eyes and a brain, I have faith that you can figure it out. I hate the lazy ones refuse to do ANYTHING for themselves. I don't mind helping folks who at least gave it the college try, so to speak. But, the ones who don't EVEN try-- that shit just pisses me off. Our aisles are labeled and numbered, for crying out loud! Grrrr!

Read some JLA this week. I really want the Roy/Kendra relationship to just die. I like how in #25 Kendra basically blames their relationship problems all on Roy, when really, in my opinion it's all her. She won't open up, she's short tempered and goes off on the boy for no reason. You can't have a relationship with a brick wall. And honestly, we're not emotionally invested. We didn't get to see them connect, overcome obsticles, and actually get to know one another. They just flirted and hopped into bed. I have a hard time rooting for any couple where that is their basis for being together. And her refusal to accept her fate, even though its obvious she has feeling for Carter, comes off childish to me. She had wet dreams about the man for crying out loud. She needs to quit denying it.
The idea of doing a journal of a superhero wife has stayed with days after I first thought of it. Maybe that's a sign. I like the idea of doing journals for characters. I started a couple, but I know eventually the true winners will be the ones that keep me coming back to the them.

I wonder why the idea of journaling in someone else's shoes is so appealing. I guess for me its one of the best ways to really step into the mind of a character. I wonder if that makes me an identity whore? Do I love wearing masks that much?

I've always loved superheroes and the people surrounding them. I've always wanted to know how it feel if someone I loved was neck high in that world. We get some of that in comics. Alfred. Ma Hunkel. I suppose Lois counts but she annoys the FUCK straight out of me.Is it wrong to want to put your own spin on stuff. My instinctive answer if no, or they'd be no stories or characters at all.

I probably shouldn't be adding anything to my plate. My Main Project right now is gonna stay in the front burner and I suppose this new one will be done when I have the time. I have to stick to my priority rules or NOTHING will get done.

That reminds me I should churn out at least 2 pages today. *sigh*

P.S.: I really want to jump on the Dreamwidth bandwagon. I have so been looking for an LJ alternative lately.


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