so yesterday may or may not have included an interview for a shiny new office in which to blog (just kidding! i totally work hard) and i may or may not have been twenty minutes late for this interview due to my utter and complete stupidity.
because how hard is this?
north south east west. not rocket science. not even seventh-grade science.
here is a highly accurate and scientifically designed map of the los angeles area.
you can plainly see to the north a gathering of dirt called a "mountain range." there is a fairly noticeable lack of these "mountains" to the south. one might think that this differentiation would make it easy to decipher north from south, but one would be a snotty, condescending, directionally-advanced bitchface.
also? what exactly constitutes a mountain? how do i know it's not just a really big hill?
you may have noticed a large amount of water in the westal region. does this help me to know if i am where i should be? not particularly, unless it is clearly within view. otherwise the sea might as well be clive owen, beautiful and absolutely nowhere of use to me.
i ended up three miles northeast of where i wanted to be, which where you are might be just three miles, but here? three miles might as well be guam. eventually i made it and had what seemed to be a good interview. but i can't stop thinking how i will never find a job if i can't even find the ocean.