Three Thing Friday

 

1. Bad Religion – One of my favorite hoodies is my Bad Religion hoodie. I was so happy when the temperature outside finally hit a point where I can wear it and not freeze to death. Well, it never hit me that wearing a band’s logo could be offensive, especially this time of year. I just never thought of that, to me it’s just a band that I like.

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Well, someone complained about my hoodie. Now, I could have made the argument that it is just a band. Or that I am offended by people who have crosses at their desk (since the complaint was about religious apparel). Or that I shouldn’t be forced to go to the town halls since they have a prayer at those meetings and as an Atheist I could find that offensive. Or that this never would have happened if they didn’t move my desk. What I did do was turn my hoodie inside out as I hung it over my chair and moved on with my life. After Easter, I am going back to wearing it like I normally do.

I can also guess whom it was who complained, however I really don’t feel like starting anything. It’s just not worth it. They’re not worth it.

2. Headaches – I still don’t know what causes them, but I felt one of my headaches coming on this morning while at work. I quickly took an Aleve, and hoped for the best. It didn’t get any worse and did finally go away a few hours later. I have no idea if this is a sign that I am going to get them frequently again, and I really don’t know what causes them. But if this is the sign of things to come, it is going to be a long few weeks.

3. Naps – Naps are underrated. Sometimes, you just need to take a nap. I remember having naptime when I was in kindergarten, and I think that all offices should institute a naptime policy. Not much of one, but permission to just take a 15-minute nap would be nice. It’s not like I take any smoking breaks, although I have considered taking up smoking just to get those breaks. We should be rewarded for not smoking, but all we non-smokers get is to not get a smoking break.

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