Recruitment Agency Polite Rejection
May is the month of Uncertainty.
As I wrote that last sentence, I got a ring from Bowman’s Recruitment Agency. They told me they couldn’t help me because I have not had any experience.
Keith Dogs Me
As I was writing that last paragraph I got a ring from Imad and I am going to do a “Real Friend” a favor because I want the best for him.
Keith dogged me today. I am seeing the lighter side of him and everyone else now. I am going to dog dogs and fuck them all up. Keith came to pick me up today and I got out my L plates, which I had to ride my racer to get from the RTA. I got in his car and I was certain he was going to give me a lesson, but he denied helping me. I took that, seeming he was supposed to be in a hurry, which he wasn’t.
To Campbelltown With Ralf
We went to Ralf’s house and stayed there for a while until we all went to Campbelltown.
CES Job Rejection
I got out and went to the CES. I waited for half an hour and then I went in and got rejected because I lived too far away from the job, which was alright with me seeming I had 2 other jobs in my hand that I had to fax my resume to.
Keith Dogs Me Again
We went back to Ralf’s house and Keith dogged me again and told me to go with Noah who just got his P’s today.
I went home and got my resume. Then he parked and let me go to the CES. After 10 minutes he came in and told me he had to go, which was alright with me because I let him go. I faxed my résumés and then walked home, which is the first time I have done that in a while.
See Dina At Bradbury
I saw Dina at the Shops in Bradbury and so I decided to make an arrangement for tonight. I said there is a party going on tonight and everyone is going and she and Imad should go. I am taking my Adidas and my knife tonight because if anyone gets in my way, I am going to kill them. That’s the way I feel, that’s the way life is.
The author of Diary Of A Mad Chaos from 1996 to 2018, The Lost Years book, Wubao In China (猎艳奇缘) book series, and Foreigner (华人) an exploration of race relations in Australia. Fluent in Chinese Mandarin, Macedonian, and English, the author currently resides in China, Guangzhou where he continues to make comparative analysis of the cultural differences between Eastern and Western societies.