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171/365: Which Is It?




171/365: Which Is It?





How we look at things determines our reality. If to J. the glass should be filled to the brim and therefore we can avoid that whole question, that says something about him. Likewise if I say that half the volume of the glass has been displaced with water, that says something about me. How other people look at us can be more important than perhaps it should be.

England has a very class conscious society which I admit to being a bit lost in. I'm not saying that America doesn't have a class system. But rather that my place in the American system is infinitely more respectable than my place in the English system. At home I'm middle class. Not exactly white bread (more like brown) or upper crust (why are all our class metaphors related to bread anyway). On one side of my family it's solid NYC intellectuals who travel and run committees and councils on the arts (one cousin has a PhD in physics, another studied at Oxford), on the other it's sons and daughters of immigrants who work hard, have money in the bank and run for public office.

Here my way and style of life place me pretty much in the unwashed masses that the papers are always complaining about. This is more a matter of personal choice than anything else, I think. I don't shop at Waitrose (posh, overpriced store) but I do shop at Sainsburys for their quality of food which makes all our friends turn their noses up at us with the whole "getting above our station" thing. I have no desire to pay ?50,000 for a car. Ours was ?750 and bloody brilliant. I like buying vintage furniture from council run furniture recycling places (ie: where people on benefits and such can get really cheap furniture) instead of paying ?1000 for a bookcase. I stay out of the acceptable high street stores entirely when it comes to buying clothing because honestly, I hate disposable fashion meant to last a single season that falls apart by the second wash. I don't buy fashion magazines, I don't watch tv, I don't listen to the radio. Not that doing any of the above is wrong, just not for me.

In this current economic situation and given that this is our second move in a short period of time, we're doing things in a way that is causing people around us to turn up their noses. We hope to get a second hand stove from someone J. works with. We're not going to put down flooring to cover the ugly grey builder's tiles just yet. We are stalking that council run second hand furniture shop for a vintage wardrobe (I saw a gorgeous 1930s one there and am kicking myself for not buying it then - it was ?25!). We are getting basics from Ikea and thrift stores. These to me just seem like good ideas, ways of getting useful and cool things without forking out tons of money. To most of the people we know, it's seen as lower class or less desirable than what is acceptable. And that BUGS me.











002/365 – Waiting to Purchase a Display Shelf. (Which Never Happened.)




002/365 – Waiting to Purchase a Display Shelf. (Which Never Happened.)





So today Mom, Ethan, and I went to buy a bunch of stuff for my dorm. One of the things I needed was a shelf. We spotted a nice one at Kmart, but there weren't any underneath its display, or in the furniture area in general. After 45 minutes of employees' checking the stock room for the shelf and checking the shelf itself for its UPC, we were finally told that we couldn't buy the display because the shelf hadn't been discontinued—also, that it would be going on sale some time in September for $20 cheaper. (This is the same Kmart that swore up and down to my friend Vince that they had Rock Band for the PS3 and ended up only having received copies for the 360.) Unless you really, really, really have to get something that's not available at anyplace else, don't go to the Kmart on Apalachee Parkway.

We eventually found ourselves at Wal-Mart, where we descried a shelf similar to the one we saw at Kmart, but a bit shorter. It was certainly something to assemble it. After Mom and Ethan went back to the hotel, I opened the shelf's box and began separating all the screws. Vince called and came over a few minutes later. I ended up hanging out with Vince for a while, and didn't come back to my room till about 1:30. I figured I'd put the shelf together, since it was lying in unassembled, unsorted mess on the floor. Things were going smoothly until I got to one of the supports for the top shelf. The screw that was supposed to attach a small foot would not go in. I tried another screw, and it, too, did not go in. I managed to force the screw in, but screwing it in was extremely hard. The screw eventually started to strip when I had gotten it about ¾ of the way down. I tried all my flathead screwdrivers to get the screw in, but the screw eventually became too stripped even for the flatheads. I ran to the Circle K and picked up a pair of pliers, ran back to Wildwood, and removed the screw. I then realized that I had forgotten to pick up super glue, so I had to run back to Circle K. Once the foot was set, I was able to move on without further trouble, although the "adjustable" shelves weren't particularly easy to install.









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