To be great.
Watching that last video of Thom & Co. made me think I should concentrate more on music, as much as I can, because even though my new workbox has a nice view of palm trees, the harbor and clear blue skies, I don't want to have worked as a boxed chump for the next 20-30 years, just so I can say "Holy Fuck, did I just spend my life doing basically nothing so a bunch of rich dudes could get richer?"
I guess if you have a family to take care of then you kind of have an excuse, and can say, "Well hey, I'm trapped now, I gotta take care of my wife and kid(s) so they don't starve or leave me..." and I guess you have a bit more motivation to pull through the drudgery.
But since that doesn't apply to me, I am again proclaiming that I want to do what makes me happy, which is make music, dance* and hang out with cool peeps. The modern day workplace is a bunch of bullshit, and though I might have already said it on this blog, I'm pretty sure the cubicle was an idea spawned during a Bildeberger convention as a way to keep people weak-willed and in line.
Step 1: get a new computer, Step 2: get CDJs and/or Serato, Step 3: get good at mixing my own tracks into other tracks and then hit up my DJ friends for some entry-level gigs. OK, ready? Set... GO!!!
*I don't really dance until I am at least 4 beers deep; up until then I just do a head-nod thing.