Man, it would be terrible if Anonymous focused their powers of awesomeness on these EpiPen executives who just charged my neighbor 315 dollars for something that could save their kid’s life that expires in a year so they could get 600% raises.
// Hello, Lukas here, just wanted to say thank you. I know I haven’t been very active lately, this is due to multiple reasons, but I am really happy to hear people still really like my blog and my muse, even if I’m less active than I’d like to be. It really makes me happy and motivates me to continue this blog. Even if I’m not very active, I still very much enjoy roleplaying Matt, and I’d love to roleplay with more people! I will try to be more active, but college begins again for me next week so I can;t promise I’ll be more active right away!
// Anyways, I’m working on a little event thingy (If I keep the motivation to finish it, that is) so yeah!
Unemployed artist Steve takes a job managing the worst coffee shop in Brooklyn, where the floors are greasy, the coffee beans have expired, the espresso machine’s been sabotaged, and the owners might be Russian Mafia. But the job comes with a few perks, like a generous paycheck, reasonable hours, and one super-hot customer whom Steve can’t resist having dirty, filthy, bad-idea sex with in the bathroom.
Steve is pretty sure this job is going to kill him. But what a way to go….
Man, it would be terrible if Anonymous focused their powers of awesomeness on these EpiPen executives who just charged my neighbor 315 dollars for something that could save their kid’s life that expires in a year so they could get 600% raises. / cr
It’s gotten to the point where everything in my life is defined by how far away it is from Taylor’s concert. My next AP lit notebook is due a week before I see Taylor. The cottage cheese we just bought expires six days before I see Taylor. I have a trig test 53 days before I see Taylor.