Movies and Money (and Mcguinty!)

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There ain’t too much to say today. Last night was pretty boring, since I worked from 6-12. It wasn’t very busy, as I expected, and there was plenty of downtime where I really just had nothing to do. I did set a new personal record, though – I cleaned six theatres, and only used one garbage bag. Honestly, that’s the first time I’ve ever done that – that’s how few people were there. But anyways, that’s about all there is to say about last night, except for how a dude who I haven’t seen in probably over a year now came in. His name is Rory, and we worked together at Quizno’s. He was pretty cool, and he quit about the same time I did. I hadn’t seen him since until last night. That was pretty cool. It was pretty much the highlight of the night – which, in retrospect, is pretty pathetic, I suppose. Oh well. At least there were no alien invasions, terrorist attacks, or fire alarms. I’d much rather be bored than have those things happen.

I guess that’s really all I have to say for today. After school today, I drove over to the bank and deposited a cheque for $100 from the government. It was pretty sweet, I thought. I mean, it’s basically free money just for filing an income tax return. It was due to some sort of Ontario tax credits, which I don’t really understand at all. All I know and care about is that the government handed me a cheque for $100 for doing nothing. It’s like Dalton McGuinty sat down at his desk, and then personally signed a piece of paper to give me money – except not really. Oh well. I’m richer now than I was yesterday at this time, so I don’t mind. Actually, I just broke the $4000 mark in my bank account, which is pretty sweet. That personal stash of mine is definitely going to help for university costs. I figure I could make possibly another $1500-$2000 before the end of the summer (if I average about $150-200 every paycheck), so that’s pretty sweet. All I have to do is make sure I don’t blow it all on something like a new car or an X-box 360 or something like that. Shouldn’t be too hard, since it’s not like I really want either of those right now, anyways. But yeah, that’s all for today. See you later, alligator.

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