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I had abnormal difficulty in sleeping this past night and work was rather tortuous, particularly in the morning half. When I sat for lunch, I froze in paralysis for more than five minutes. Yet again I am distracted to wit's end and cannot focus on anything with any effective purpose.
I've tried to think of something to write here and I simply cannot think of anything that resonates within me at the moment. I have ideas, yeah, but nothing is sounding like it is properly flowing from
The wheezing stopped, leaving the wind scraping against the roof to be the only noise they heard inside the cabin over their breathing. Jesse rocked in place and still succumbed to an inadvertent cough while finally regaining the last bits of his composure. Daron kneaded his hands and curled his lips over the repulsive sensation of blood congealing in his hands - he still was unsure if the blood was his or Whitney's, but knew that he couldn't
And just like that, I am done with a year's worth of updates to the tax code for purposes of my project.
While I did foresee the changes with MAP-21 being extensive, I wasn't quite prepared for the amount of very minor changes in store. One such change requires the use of the statement "upon retirement" to be stricken from the code and replaced with "by reason of retirement". It seems like it refers to the same point of time to me - the point of time when retirement
Public Law 112-141 is known as MAP-21 and is a generally large bill which covers numerous revisions about transportation funding and the like. One part about the tax code which continuously gets updated are provisions in the fuel excise tax and Transportation Trust Funds which extend deadlines and periods of applicability. The problem that I've had with this is that each incremental update for these dates were always a mere few months with each new bill passed, and in one case which I've updated
I cannot focus on anything at all today. I am so worn and spent that I just sit here reading bullshit and not even notice the time flying by. Everything is worn and exasperating.
My retail work experience transpired like this. 7AM I'm in, and I'm scheduled alone until the next person comes in at 130PM. This means that whenever I take a lunch, the lot will have none of us out there fetching. I volunteer to take my lunch earlier than later so that I'm gone and back when there's the
After a scant few hours of starting the tax code work yesterday I've already encountered several interesting changes and one substantial addition.
Check out the new §6116:
(a) In general
Not later than September 15, 2012, and annually thereafter, the head of the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the head of any State agency charged with the responsibility for administration of prisons shall provide to the Secretary in electronic format a list with the information
I think I'll need to put the ES drafts on the side and start work on OneLine Tax Code once again. I'm almost a year behind in updates, and I anticipate it will take some effort for me to catch up. Maybe doing this will help spur some interest in tax research again to facilitate me eventually getting through Form 1120 Software Development and brace for 2012's 1040. Public Law 112-40 is dated as of October 2011. I have some work to do.
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Received an annual evaluation today at the retail job. Two years. Despite the effusive praise listed on the document, my actual "grade" as put into the system was the average 3 out of 5. The write-up lists me as one of the best employees in the facility and mentions little in the way of negative aspects to improve, yet I'm Average Overall. I get that it requires effort and justification to give someone a superlative grade, but would it be that difficult to match that assessment with what
Daron and Jesse slept peacefully while being watched over in pensive study. The difference was that in this night, there was wine served with the Christmas meal, and alcohol wasn't consumed by either of the men since they had arrived here in October. Whitney assumed from Daron's age and physique that he would be more susceptible to the drink than he would be, and his suspicion seemed to be holding true at the present moment. He gingerly crept
Tazewell looked around the glass walls as he stepped into the center. Doctor Caden pushed the panel behind him after he took his position in front of the three stools, then sat at the high stool next to a table where his clipboard was waiting.
"Ready when you are, Mr. Nolson. Twist the bracelet as I instructed you."
With a turn of his left hand over the bracelet on his right wrist, Tazewell snapped the
Something I'll need to do is start trying to write out bits of story when I wake up in the morning or some point of the day other than right before the point where I'm trying to figure out what to write down in time to make the posting at midnight. After thinking about various points to write about, I finally settled on something, but between going over past notes to ensure continuity and being distracted, I can't get something down now where I feel like it's something substantial enough to post.
Jesse's head reeled as his nose took in the aroma of the fire cooked ribs, but he wanted to enjoy the meat of his meal for the last part and dug into the browned cob of corn first. He felt the juice from the corn drip down his lips and fall upon the wooden plate as the kernels snapped between his teeth. He looked around as he chewed on the corn, and took a moment to realize that he was actually rather happy with the scene. There was good
YF-N-6888 (nb: Inn near railway, north of main train station)
"Welcome to Daron's City. Nice to meet, you, Mister -"
"Smith.", said Rudolph Schnaubelt.
Momence laughed at the thick German flavor in the simple single word uttered through the long beard.
"Right, right, very good. OK then, Mr. Smith. How long do you intend to stay here? We can make your stay more comfortable,
Four months to go.
Another rainy day at work. Another Saturday where I start out alone for several hours. Another Saturday where I spend a majority of the day pushing carts by hand. Ten minutes before the day's done I get a call from my mom telling me that I'm going to get a trailer of rocks dropped off in short time. There are a few patches of green on my property which could stand to be covered in rock instead so that I don't have to worry about the growth. This is a project which
There are some ES things which I've written here and there in other text files lingering on my machine, and I haven't yet connected all of the old content with the newer content which I've been writing here. Something I'll need to do is start pasting some of those articles in draft entries here so that I can properly integrate them into one cohesive document, which will need to be properly sorted there after so that I can keep better order of all events and finally begin to set some things into