I think the worst part about looking for a job is that I don't have an income in the meantime. Not to mention, interviews are stressful. I feel like I'm not achieving enough in my life and there aren't a lot of job opportunities around. I even tried an unemployment agency, but I can't help but feel like they were completely useless. Mass online job boards seem to a constant repeat of the same jobs... always looking for new employees. However, nothing bothers me more than the painfully long application process for chain companies. If this all sounds too painfully familiar, don't worry... you are not alone and you still have time to get a job.
The 2019 Hellboy was just plain awful. Despite the excitement and anticipation, the $50 million actually lost money with only a $44.7 million world wide box office income. Things didn't get any better after it left theaters.... now it's free to watch on Video Prime. You know, if you want to see how bad it is. However, nothing really shows how bad it was like the reviews. Seriously, Hellboy has a 17% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes. The poor director, Neil Marshall, seems to be getting most of the hate and blame for everything that went wrong. However, he also directed two episodes of Game of Thrones and an episode of Hannibal that has impressive reviews. So, it can't be all his fault... right?
Prime Video isn't perfect, but it does have a growing library of quality original content and a good collection. Also, since I am already a prime member... some of the movies and shows already come free for me. Too bad I keep finding myself interested in some titles... just realize that I need to pay extra for an add on package. It's probably the biggest problem I have with Prime Video. With that said, I also haven't given Prime Video a decent try before... it turns out that it does have it's hidden gems. Don't worry! You don't have to buy any extra add on packages to watch these eight recommendations.
Welp, it's official. I'm on the spectrum. Apparently not everyone takes this information well... but I am really happy because this explains a lot. I don't want to be sorry anymore. I don't want to have to apologize to my sister anymore for being socially awkward. I don't want to be sorry to my parents because I don't have a 9-5 job. I don't want to be sorry that I don't like to go shopping with other people. Most of all, I am so sick of feeling bad for being different. It's not my fault that some people are intolerant to neuro-differences. It's true, I wasn't the cool kid in school... but I like to tell myself that's because I was cooler than average. I mean, whats the harm in decent self-esteem. Right?
I finally got around to watching Atypical for the first time... and I can't help but feel like this one show will change my life forever. Strangely enough, it is a show called Atypical that has helped me feel more 'normal'... whatever that word even means. What I can say is that it is hands down the most relatable TV show I have ever watched... and I only found out I was on the spectrum a couple of months ago. Although I must admit... it explains a lot. Seriously, I can't stand sound... I need a noise cancelling head set like Sam's.