This sums up my thoughts precisely on WeWork.
While I understand the sexiness of working when you can, where you want, and in an environment that oozes class, the fact is just that: it’s work.
Nobody lives for the hustle.
These gig economy companies have managed to package this mentality into something that we feel proud of; we shouldn’t.
This is me being overly enthusiastic having the opportunity to incorporate some variety into my routine that I said fuck it let’s GO HAM!
The DOMS ( I love you, I really do ) is creeping in.
Theoretically, you’re only meant to do 3 out of the 6 T3’s but I did all of them anyway because I had the time to spare. I might be regretting that decision come tomorrow.
Couple that with just over 4 hours of sleep and you have a recipe for a barely operational zombie.
Every now and then I get this burst of energy and motivation to spin up something elaborate. You know, the type of dishes that make you go ‘WA-HEYYYY’.
This was originally meant to be one of them.
Unfortunately, halfway reading through the recipe, I came to the realization that this is a ridiculous amount of time to be spending in the kitchen.
Sure it’s a genuine from scratch meal but c’mon… The dedication to doing this is just in another level. I’m going to file this away in my Evernote folder for future reference.
Who knows, maybe one day when I have a proper two day weekend and I’m bored out of my wits I might properly attempt this monstrosity.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book I must say.
Multiple other reviewers speak of Philip K Dick’s influence (do we ever never quote his name in every dystopian future story?) but I would say the style of writing reminds me of The Themis Files trilogy.
Japan emerges as the victor of the second world war with the USA and most other countries (Germany remains the other hold out) capitulating to the Emperor’s rule.
The alternate reality begins and ends with Beniko Ishimura and the George Washingtons (yes no shit, this is what they call themselves).
I don’t want to give too much of the plot and expansion of the story away, but this is a slam dunk for people like me who revelled in the Pacific Rim universe.
Serving up next: Mecha Samurai Empire!
I’m a sucker for everything sci-fi but this….just seems like a mash up of Lost in space, Altered Carbon, and Cloverfield Paradox (OH THE HORROR).
I very well will end up watching it but whether or not it’ll go down smooth like a 21 year old Laphroaig remains to be seen.
Ps: Good on you producer for throwing in the token asian dude for racial equality. Lol.