Joy (cithra) wrote,

My computer at work here is ten minutes fast. Of course, allowing me to change the time myself would incur some sort of national security breach. So I constantly end up thinking damn, I'm late! wait, fast clock in the morning, and hey, time to get ready to go - damn, fast clock in the afternoon.

This might be less likely if I could keep a working wrist/pocket watch. But either my personal electromagnetism or my physical treatment tends to stop them after a while, so I've sort of given up. I have my Wallace & Grommit clock on my desk, of course - which is why the regular inner horological dialog.

Right, I'm out of here.

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