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Thursday, June 2, 2005

Let the River Run

Tonight there was nothing but re-runs on, so I decided to pop in Working Girl. I bought it over 6 months ago, but just finally gotten around to watching my copy.

I'd forgotten how great the movie was. Though, the typical late-80's Dress for Success Power Suits, and of course, the *BIG* hair. Joan Cusack cemented her place as the goofy-sidekick in this movie, while Olympia Dukakis and Kevin Spacey make brief appearances.

Anywho, the movie is great fun, and a wonderful fairy tale. Too bad it doesn't work like that in the real business world. It's not like some day I'm going to impress one person higher up and manage to impress my way into a promotion. Nope. Not happening. I'd have to kiss a lot of ass/suck a lot of dick to get into something like that. Don't get me wrong, I have a great job (position and pay-wise), it's just that I still haven't found what I'm looking for.

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