Mav (chrismaverick) wrote,

on piracy on the high seas...

So I am less than 34 hours from starting my new job at ACS, and suddenly I am dreading it. I'm not looking forward to it at all, in fact. Not because I don't think I can do it. Not because I don't think it's a good job. Not because of any fault of the job itself at all in fact. No, I am dreading it, because I am beginning to realize that maybe I missed out on one of my child hood dreams. I don't want to work in an office anymore. I want to do what every kid wants to do. I want to be a pirate!

Not the kind that steals music or software. Not the kind that wrestles, like jakegarrett. Not the kind that has anal sex with other men. No, I want to be a real honest to goodness pirate. Raping and pillaging on the high seas! See, I thought like so many other adults that the days of piracy were over. A vestige of times gone by. But apparently that is not true. It turns out that piracy can still be a highly lucrative career. Why the hell didn't anyone tell me that you could still go out and be a pirate in the 21st century? Dammit, I never would have bothered with the whole college thing, if I'd known that. Fuck! Ok, granted, these particular pirates were lame and were scared off by a sound effect, but that doesn't mean that the idea isn't sound. I'm ready, I have the sword, all I need is a parot and I'll be all ready to take to the high seas. Who's with me. max1975? My hypos is getting the better of me. What say you?

And yes, nemesisn4sa, I'd totally be willing to be a ninja instead. In fact, I'd prefer it. If you can find me a lucrative business opportunity doing that, I'm totally in. Until then, Arrrr!

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