This is a discussion on The (stream of conscious?) venting thread for INTJ. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by ineophytetj It's a habit I've been developing here...my fingers can't keep up with my brain...skips to the ...
I literally have two fronts to WTF on...IRL I have my music on really loud.....I can't hear you ATM. I must request a WTF emoticon... here....
As we speak a moronic teenager thought to start a chat with me at my door...I casually waved and smiled saying fuck off, seeya *grins*
Oh dear.....it's 5 pm, the party has started already and I haven't deployed chocolate yet.
Well, let's see if this tsunami actually hits. They haven't even set off the sirens here. This whole tsunami warning crap is bs on the west coast. They scare the crap out of the old folks for no reason with all their unannounced tests, then when there is an actuall warning following the largest quake in six years, nothing. Silence.
If anybody lives in Hawaii, take some nice pictures right about now.
Captain's log, stardate: whocares: Day 27. Still.
The maintenance crew have set up safety net after safety net to reserve the power after the STFU function kept tripping and repeating. Just a few minutes ago I found myself going past the hall mirror death glare very apparent although I was only mildly peeved. I made my way to the kitchen to orate a a service announcement to party goers to breath and live and their dramas really weren't that bad the STFU function punctuated itself into virtually every sentence. The awed party goers were agape as my STFU tripped over and over. An eerie silence ensued for a while. It seems I might have to go back in there to repeat the process soon.
The phasers nearly went off during the kitchen mission. The earnestness of the party goers as they fill the air with inane conversations made me realise that these aliens are actually starved of the minerals commonsense and dramafree-existence. It was only then that I knew that any negotiations for a sensible treaty are virtually next to nil. There are people outside on the step, nearly two foot away dribbling some kind of foreign language and I think they are participating in a custom they call "crying about the boyz" I am not sure whether this is a coming of age ceremony or a moon ritual but it seems awfully painful and wet.
My ship has lost it's warp speed abilities now since the STFU function will not stop. Tired and grumpy has gone in the red zone to ropeable according to maintenance. The peripherals are disheveled and have taken on a sarcastic twisted leer. I am seriously wondering if I will make it to the final frontier of day 68.
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They set the siren off for less than three minutes. Half the people in the apartment complex are heading for higher ground (and being terribly inefficient at it) the other half are talking about going to watch it (idiots) and I, who have known about it since I got off work and got back to my internetz, know that it hasn't even hit Hawaii yet.
But really I am pissed off at the idiocy of my towns emergency services, who are all gathered at the police station without a clue what they should be doing. Should we warn people? Or go back to bed?
An excorcise in irritation.
They actually ran through my street with an evacuation warning, so my fam packed up and dragged me with them. We sat in the vans for over an hour, listening to the crapy uninformative radio station (they still have those?) only to find out nothing really happened in Hawaii (at least as the time of me writing this, according to our crapy sherifs department) and they were lifting the evacuation warning thirty minutes before the tsunami was due.
So here I am now, the sun is coming up, twenty minutes till the supposed waves, I am going to bed.
Tired and frustrated because:
A: it all seems to have been pointlessly blown out of proportion, at least for this area.
B: it was all so poorly orchestrated it made the J in me want to scream.
(I am venting, I am not insensitive9 to the fact that this was a major disaster affecting millions of people. I will however be slightly more sensitive after some sleep.)
If I don't post anything tomorrow, assume the worst: my Internet went out.