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A Slow Cab

With work hours behind me, it's time to go home. I stuff things into my bag, lock the computer, and off to the streets I go.

I wait for a few minutes and hail a random taxi. That's how I commute. It's rush hour, so this will be a slow ride on a nondescript cab.

After work, before meeting wife and kids for dinner — It's here where I daydream. It's where I start to wind down.

What have been on my mind?

  • Sometimes you need to gamble.

  • I've been far, but very close.

  • I'm just playing games--I know that's plastic love.

  • Day one. I miss her so much.

  • History is always written by the winners.

  • Smiles are deceiving.

  • The answer should be mostly no.

  • We are all red dot chasers.

  • It will come for us all.

  • Sometimes you just need to take your mind out of what's annoying you.

  • When things are going too well, it's hard to not get worried.

  • Even a rat can make you smile (if you can find it).

  • Days are hours.

  • How about living on an eternal summer holiday?

  • It's all about perspective.

  • Time always passes. You can't run from it.

  • Looking forward to a warm and long bath.

  • The calm before the flood. Feel it.

  • Less. Less everything.

  • Why deep-fried food tastes so good?

  • Finally some resting time. bye.

  • It's humbling to look around and see that I'm not the only one fighting.

  • I could use some ramen for dinner. It's been too long.

  • Why I can't stop obsessing over stuff? Since I was a kid, I had trouble sleeping when something was on my mind.

  • Sometimes I feel so tired.

  • All these zoom meetings are soul-sucking fiends.

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