Having just gotten over a bunch of pot-related felonies I'm basically ineligible for any job involving a background check, so I'm currently working at a community-supported kitchen in Berkeley for alright money and incredible free food. I have a small tech-support business on the side that I fit in when I can.
Mostly I'm trying to figure out the regular, everyday rhythm of the working man's life and exit my former fantasy-land of selling weed all day everyday.
Spending entire days off out and about getting nothing productive but everything fun done.
Navigating (and pointing out random landmarks) through Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, and the city. (Ex pizza delivery guy.)
Moving weed (which is no longer a viable option,) and making you smile (which is a *totally* viable option.)
Movies - You Kill Me, FMJ, God Bless America, Idiocracy, Rolling Kansas, Choke
Food - Anything home-made that I've never tasted before or barring that, almost anything spicy!
And I know I neglected shows, but I just don't watch a lot of actual "TV" right now. Mostly movies and a bit of Netflix.
Whether I should really be on the internet looking for company or whether I should just let nature take it's course
The state of the food supply in the modern day
What I'd like to learn how to cook next!