Feb. 15th, 2017 09:16 pm
elsewhence: (r2-d2 fail)
yeah sure, send me a letter telling me to apply for some job opening or another when i don't even have the qualification it requires yet! and when i don't even know for a fact whether i've earned it, and when assuming that i have, it'll take another couple of weeks for my certificate to get here! the one that i need a copy of to apply for the job opening in question, and also for every other similar job! that makes perfect sense somehow!

man, go stick it up your collective cunts. i have absolutely no interest in jumping right back into a job. i'm so fucking exhausted from cramming what would normally take 42 months into 28 months. let me have some time to myself. hell, i even actually still have plenty enough money to live off. maybe i would actually just say "keep those additional 30 days of unemployment benefits and leave me alone" if that didn't come with other undesirable effects...

Mar. 24th, 2015 03:33 pm
elsewhence: (warning it's raining men)
oh sure, send me a letter telling me to apply to a particular job opening when you ought to know perfectly well, because you're paying for it, that i'm participating in a full-time training program that will last for another two years...

Feb. 19th, 2015 07:12 am
elsewhence: (r2-d2 fail)
ugh damnit i still have to get an attestation from a sports physician stating i can't fully participate in PE and shouldn't receive a grade. i've already got one from a pneumologist, and the teacher accepted that for the last semester, but technically speaking it always has to be from a sports physician, even though those are orthopaedists with an additional qualification and there's obviously reasons someone might not be able to fully participate in sports that have nothing to do with orthopaedic problems...

(just watch whoever i go see tell me that it's not their job to give me an attestation for precisely that reason)

Oct. 29th, 2014 05:09 pm
elsewhence: (r2-d2 fail)
and here i thought i'd be able to get this paperwork done with by tuesday evening at the latest and have the rest of the week to relax. nope, turns out one of the two people who are supposed to fill it out isn't even around for about half the week! §"%"§". i mean i only need one or the other to do it, but that's still the precise opposite of helpful.

Feb. 20th, 2014 05:49 am
elsewhence: (la linea complaints)
auugh i thought i wasn't due to turn in this stupid paperwork until the 21st, but it's actually the 20th. today. stupid bureaucracy! at least it's already mostly done. just a few boxes to check and lines to sign.

Aug. 9th, 2011 11:09 pm
elsewhence: (great plan)
oh yeah, and according to the people running this, i'm not there in order to learn things. that's literally what they said. funny, considering that the whole reason i agreed to take this course was that i said i did not know how to write job applications. learning how to do so is what i signed up for. if you're not going to teach me that, then sorry, no, i'm not interested in anything you have to offer and am just going to spend the remaining four days aimlessly surfing the internet. exactly as i would have done at home. excellent use of tax money, isn't it?

(also, the fucking "hopes and dreams" thing again. ironic how i ranted about that just yesterday. though it comes more in the form of "what kind of job are you aspiring to". uh, the kind that'll earn me money? not everyone has huge ambitions, not everyone wants to go places, some people would rather just sit in a factory or office or store and do fairly repetitive, mindless work. and that's a good thing because, you know, society would collapse if nobody wanted to do these kinds of jobs.

and no, i really would not say that i have dreams for the future. i don't see the point of speculating about events that i have no reason to assume are at all probable. i just don't care what could be, only what willi be. i'd even go so far as to say that it's nonsense to talk at much length about the way something or another could be because in my mind, that means that the requirements to make it happen have already been met. in most cases you have no way of telling whether that's the case, though, making the "possibility" completely irrelevant.)