I was trying to get a new job, but not trying very hard at it. Or rather, I recognize that if I took life more seriously I would have done more to prepare for the interview process. I didn't, and I accept the results. I didn't get the job. The hiring manager was a friend. I felt bad for him, having to deliver the news.
I'm not at all unhappy in my current job. It affords me the Swiss, German, and Japanese watches that I like.
That's right, I like Japanese watches, also - Seiko, Casio, Vaer. There are many. Everything the Germans can do the Japanese can do less expensively. Or cheaply, if you possess that sort of anti-Asian sentiment that is so popular right now.
We are living in a material world, and I am a material man.
Some girls romance
Some girls slow dance
That's alright with me
If they can't raise my interest then I
Have to let them be
Some girls try and some girls lie but
I don't let them play (no way)
Only girls who save their pennies
Make my rainy day
We are living within a material plan, and I am the material man.
The third thing I notice in the picture above is the caution cone hiding in the vines, separating the figures. It's hiding because it has yet to move to the front and center where it belongs. Give it time. It can be used as a bullhorn, too, and it likely will one day. I know how bullhorns work. If you whisper an innuendo into one end, it will emerge as a fully formed truth from the other. The inverse works also, as long as the small side is held up to the right person's ear. Otherwise, the lies are all lost.