I have to admit I have felt very lethargic over the last few months. It has kind of been like I am trapped in this shell that walks around doing meaningless things without any control. Adulthood isn't all it was hyped up to be. Seriously, working sucks. At least it will for the next couple of days. I totally got a new job, I start on monday. So I have 2 days left at that shithole that has sucked the life out of me. USAA here I come, I hope you know what you are getting yourself into. They did interview me twice so they may have an idea. So yeah, I am going to be a Claims Adjuster, they are going to trust me with insurance claims. I am rather calm on the outside but on the inside I am going nuts. This is an unbelievable opportunity for me. All of the sudden I don't have a job but rather a career, something I can growth with. The pay and benefits is incredible. I will be making over $2 an hour more than I am now with paid time off, free health insurance and profit sharing. They also have a gym on site that costs only $9 a month, but if you workout over 100 times a year they give you half of that back, unreal. The best part of the whole thing is that I found out about this place while I was working at my current job. A real smack in the face to The Man. Lets not get me wrong here, there was a time when I loved my current job. I mean how many places can you go to work where you can say pretty much whatever you want and then go out to a warehouse full of furniture and hump a few boxes? I don't know about you, but I get a thrill out of knowing that I am humping a dining table that someone will be eating off of the next day. Kind of sick I know, but funny none the less. There will be some people that I will miss from there, that kind of thing always happens. I have met some of the most interesting people in the world working there. At the same time I have learned some very interesting things about shipping and logistics. Wife is a calling, I must cut this one short. Wives are crazy they expect you to do everything for them. Then when you don't do it you have to figure out a way to deal with all the yelling.