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I went to bed last night. :/

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Smiley Jo, Mar 24, 2002.

  1. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    Anyone else?
    Actually, anyone go to bed and is awake right now?

    *puts finger to lips*

    I guess we should be quiet, huh?
    Everyone is still sleeping...

    *tip toes to kitchen to make some tea*

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  2. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    [whisper] Well, that makes two of us. This is busy for a sunday morning. [/whisper]

    I have to go to bed early every night, working 7 days a week and all. :( But i guess all the paycheques will make up for it :)
     
  3. rswbrixton

    rswbrixton TRIBE Member

    im awake . nice sunny morn. im hungry .

    goodmornin all .
     
  4. dimpy

    dimpy TRIBE Member

    i'm awake too. i actually feel pretty good and i don't have that nagging desire to read the party reviews, wondering what i missed last night.
     
  5. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    G'morning all!

    It's sunny out? Good to hear. I live in a dungeon, so I never know unless I hear the weather on the news (or go outside).

    *giggles quietly*

    quantumdj, you work 7 days a week? Awww. :(
    You must be one very busy person!
    Guess I sort of do too now that I think about it, but I have flexible hours with my second job...

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  6. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    *laughs*

    ACK! :D
    I usually do that too!

    Isn't it nice sometimes to wake up at a decent hour and not feel like ass, and realize you've got the whole day ahead of you?

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  7. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    ^^I have flexible hours with my third job, I work fri/sat/sun on my second job, and my first job is mon-fri 3:30am-7:30am, then school from 9:30-3.

    I hope I can keep this up, I need the money to move away for school in september. I figured that i'll still be $11,000 short, though (my course doesnt give a break between first and second year, just straight through the summer, so I have to save enough money for two years).

    _________________

    Yes it is beautiful outside! Should make for a nice drive to work.
    Good morning everyone!

    Dave <--------- Contemplating whether he should make some french toast. Anyone want some?
     
  8. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    *grins*

    French toast??
    Mmm, I can't remember when the last time was that I had that! :)

    Do you mind if I ask what you do?? That's a pretty crazy schedule! Where are you planning on going for school?

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  9. noahmintz

    noahmintz TRIBE Member

    I just woke up and I have to try to be very carefuly cause my girlfriend is still trying to sleep
    We're such opposites ... she could sleep all day long ... and I'm up every day by 9 at the latest

    stu
     
  10. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    *nods head*

    Man can I relate with ya Noah!
    That's why I can't ever stay over at anyone's house.

    I'm such an early bird, but I love the night too.
    I don't get much sleep... cept for last night! :D

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  11. noahmintz

    noahmintz TRIBE Member

    Re: *nods head*

    So true ... I remember in high school would hardly ever stay over at other people's houses cause I would always wake up 3 hours before they did ... and what the hell are you supposed to do in someone else's house while they sleep?
    Anywyas ... all my friends said I was a bed wetter and it pissed me off cause they didn't understand what it's like to be an early riser
    Personally I love it ... you get the most out of your day ... and you get to watch wonderful cartoons that only little kids see

    stu
     
  12. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    The first job is at the airport, on the ramp. I marshall aircraft (guide them around with wands), from small feeder planes to 757's, then I load/unload them. I love it.

    The second job is at a pharmacy. Five hours friday evening and nine hours saturday daytime i'm in the post office in the back of the store. for six hours on sundays i'm the manager for the front shop.

    The third job is as a rock climbing instructor at an indoor climbing gym. I get to pick my own hours, and I have no minimum of hours, but I have decided not to touch the money from the other two jobs, and only spend the money I make at this one.

    ____________________________________

    I am (hopefully) going into the 3 year Sault college Aviation Flight Technology program. The acceptance notices go out in about a week or two, so i'm feeling the suspense now. I will graduate with a Commercial pilot's license, an instrument rating, multi-engine rating, night rating, and instructor's rating. This course is heavily funded by the government. For every $1 in tuition, the government pays $6. To just go to any flight school and get these licences would cost about $30,000-$40,000, so it's a sweet deal. I get a technology diploma, too (like a mini-engineering degree).

    The drawback is, that I have to brutally earn every benefit of the course. If I dont keep a certain high average, I get kicked out. If I dont pass a flight test, I get booted. First year students are in class 7 days a week, and 2nd+3rd year students get one day off /week. There is only one summer break, between 2nd and 3rd year. Regardless of this, I hope i will do well. Since this is what i've wanted to do since I was 7 years old, I have a passion for it like nothing else.

    The thing with the aviation industry is that it is extremely lop-sided. At my first job I may only be able to make $7,000 a year. A distinguished airline captain can make over $200,000 a year only working 15 days a month. Job security does not exist, no matter where you are. The troubles are terrible, but the rewards are huge.

    ______________________________

    I hope this answers your question.

    May I ask what you do? :)
     
  13. noahmintz

    noahmintz TRIBE Member

    I sit in front of my computer on Sunday mornings trying to download all the movies I want to go see ... but don't feel like paying money to see them

    stu
     
  14. KillaLadY

    KillaLadY TRIBE Member

    I am awake... not that anyone cares...
    Just feel like crap, I am going through some crap and I asked my bf to be there for me, but he said he made plans and he can't cancel them, so he went out last night and got completely trashed, while I was home, crying.

    So yeah... I am really mad at guys... yes, I am generalising, but that's how I feel right at this moment.
     
  15. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    You poor thing! That was insensitive of him.
     
  16. geminigirl

    geminigirl TRIBE Member

    I'm awake too. I've been up since 8 or so. Can't sleep in - need caffeine fix!! I'm on my way to Eastside Mario's for Lunch soon.;)
     
  17. KillaLadY

    KillaLadY TRIBE Member

    :( You don't even know half of it. And I wish I was a little stronger...

    That's all.
     
  18. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    Dave, that sounds incredibly intense, but I wish you all the best. I think flying would be an absolute thrill. It's nice to hear that some people are passionate enough about their dreams to take such huge sacrifices and risks. Mad respect!

    My Monday to Friday job (7:30 to 5:30) is a Help Desk position at a property management company. We have a tenant services division and basically I have to make sure the call center, paging system and database are running smoothly (which they never do).

    My other job is one i've just recently started. I registered my own Artist Management business. I love it, it's my baby, but it's tons of work and I find myself burning the candle at both ends quite a bit. :( I hope someday it will be big enough that I can get a less hardcore day job.

    Word Noah, i'd never stay unless I could walk home. I was always gone in the morning, it used to be a big joke, and still is with some of my friends. *laughs*

    Joanne, sorry to hear that. Hang in there, and hell, generalize all you want, sometimes it's easier that way.

    Joanna [​IMG] <-- thrilled to be getting so much done this morning
     
  19. labRat

    labRat TRIBE Member

    i'll add to the list of wakey-wakeys.

    my mother woke me up when she called to inform me that my help is needed to take down their christmas lights.

    i have a headache, hopefully the ibuprofen kicks in real soon.

    --craig
     
  20. Cheer Bear

    Cheer Bear TRIBE Member

    I'm awake. Not by choice. :eek:

    My Dad woke me up to program the damn Satellite card.

    Grrrrrrrr. I was nice and warm in bed. It's freezing in this damn house.
     
  21. Cheer Bear

    Cheer Bear TRIBE Member

    P.S - good morning. :)
     
  22. swenard

    swenard TRIBE Member

    I went to the wine and cheese festival yesterday and got really trashed and went to bed at like 10pm. So needless to say, I was up at 7:15am this morning!
     
  23. Smiley Jo

    Smiley Jo TRIBE Member

    Awww, that's what I was supposeed to do yesterday...
    *pouts*
    Stupid migraine.

    Did you by chance catch the DJ by the Smirnoff booth?

    Joanna [​IMG]
     
  24. quantumdj

    quantumdj TRIBE Member

    That sounds exciting, jo!

    I'd love to stay and chat but I have to go to work. I'll be back in this thread around 5:30.

    See you then?
     
  25. Cheer Bear

    Cheer Bear TRIBE Member

    SUCCESS!
     

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