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Do we dare talk about deadlines, here amongst the sentences?
When one is fatigued all the time, it creates the perfect ongoing excuse to oneself for procrastination and underachievement; small wonder then that, though he had run out of deadlines or commitments to meet, Dwight continued to stay up well past two o’clock every night.
3:46 p.m. and the fax is going out on the project with a 4:00 fax-filing deadling—hell, that’s not even cutting it close.
noun. The belief that at any given moment in the projected future a project might actually be finished. (see: delusion)
[n] The (rare but oh, so pleasurable) sense of relief and release one feels when a project is actually finished; see also “multiple-spanglementarigasm” when an entire list of projects is completed and “spangarousal” when fully engaged in an art or writing project that is going well.
Oh, you will too complete that stalled project, Xmastime or no Xmastime, you silly.
[n] someone who stubbornly believes, against all evidence, that a stalled project will not get completed.
The notion that one can “catch up” is every bit as real as the idea of beauty.
Nothing squawks indignant like an unfed bird.
Life is a series of squeaked-in deadlines.
Barry was sure most deadlines were set-up only to engender that last half-hour adrenaline rush that so many people seemed to enjoy.
It’s a well-documented fact that time moves faster as the deadline approaches; this is also true of mornings when work approaches.
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