Today's Dilemma: What are some tips to manage my time
"Hobbies are always a nice idea. Why, I have a rather interesting line-up of hobbies myself: creating fashionable neck braces, neck guards, a complete line of Sword-B-Gone sprays, throat lozenges..." (email@example.com)
"Skip acting lessons. I figure, you typecast yourself, you've got it made. never have to "think" about "showing emotions". It works for me." (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Never, never name your kid "Gavin"." (email@example.com)
"First, I'd tell you that your time is going to be dictated by other passengers, so your free time begins when we disembark mister! And then you stay away from Isaac- I know he makes those killer mai tais, but still.... Oh sorry, I thought you meant Gavin MacLeod. Never mind." (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Don't watch my movie Highlander 2. Even stumbling across it on late-night cable for 30 seconds will give you years of headaches." (email@example.com)
"There can be only one!...PDA organizer for you. May I recommend the Visor?" (The sad part is we can expect to see Adrian Paul hawking stuff like this on late-night since his most recent show Tracker crashed and burned) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Beats the Filk outa me! I'm stuck in the series adaptation of a movie franchise that never should have made sequels! They could have done a fistfull of prequels but NoOoO, they had to go and do all that stupid alien/sorcerer/Pro Wrestler crap! Want to make more of your time? Hire a writer! *Harumph!*" (email@example.com)
Flashbacks. Lots and lots of rampant, unneeded, illogical, historically improbable flashbacks. sure, they won't actually help you get anything *done*, but they sure do make you look old and wise! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"I like to spend my time wondering how one of my clansmen ended up with a thick French accent." (email@example.com)
"That's an incredibly deep moral question. I'm reminded of a time... [zones out for half an hour, then zones back in] Ah, where were we? Oh, yes...time management. Well, it's really a matter of deciding which problems you'd like to cut off at the pass *now* and which ones you won't mind cutting off till later, isn't it?" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There can be only one wisest bit of advice. Or not.
"Stick to routine, lad:
1) Fight an immortal.
3) Sleep with your woman.
5) Flashback time.
6) Fight an immortal.
8) Build yourself a house." (email@example.com)