I dug a grave and buried a dog today.
I also watched that dog pass away. I’ve seen people pass, but somehow watching a dog die cemented the disconnect between life and death for me.
Idk it’s like, his whole body was still there, and soft, and fluffy, and seemed as full of love as when he was alive. Just... empty.
When people die I don’t feel that of transition from person to corpse. They’re the same person, just dead.
But today I saw how important life is. Otherwise it’s just a body.
> unnamed company cancels position I was interviewing for in one of their subsidiaries after firing tons of employees
> unnamed company offers me pencil-pushing, do-nothing job as reconciliation
> me, thinking about taking it anyway because a job is a job even though I hate everything evil company makes
I watched Alita: Battle Angel. It's legitimately the worst movie I feel I've ever seen. It fucking sucks. I actually Hate It™
The world is ending but we're still here!
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