Marco Brambilla: Civilization →
This is… wow.
On the night of Friday 26th of June 2009, fans of Michael Jackson were moonwalking across the Yonge and Dundas intersection in Toronto. People passing by were invited and joined in the walk.
Come on guys, Narnia!
So, in a few days I’m going to start reading this book that has a set of rules attached to it. Seriously. I bought Infiinte Jest a few years ago at the BMV. There was a huge stack of them just sitting there. I think I got it for $10. I had read about it, I had heard about it, and there it was, this giant brick of a book just looking at me, challenging me. I always feel as though a book...
My Milk Toof →
I want you all to click on that link and tell me it isn’t the cutest thing you’ve ever seen.
The best part, so far, of having my wisdom teeth taken out is being fed by the neighbours. Across the street sent me dinner tonight, with desert! The worst part of having your wisdom teeth removed, however, is having teeth ripped out of your head. I hate the stitches the most. And the T3’s. I’m so glad I can go back to good ol’ Advil from here on out. Also, I think I ripped out...
PROS I do like school. Really, I do. My courses this year will rule because NOLA counted for a credit so that means I can dick around and take more fun liberals. Like Pop Music and Culture. With Adam. Does that make Adam a pro? So I guess friends count then. That makes Gavin and Rachel and Kayla pros, as well. I like being in school, which is different from liking school, because being in...
To school or not to school?
I’m trying to make a pros and cons list in lieu of my decision to (maybe) not go back to school but all I’m coming up with is reasons why school sucks. Observe. I don’t like my program. I will never do anything with my degree once I graduate my program. I dislike the people in my program. I don’t do well in school because I am uninterested in the things I am learning. ...
Just flying around →
Awesome photo… landing must have hurt though.
I organized my bookshelf yesterday, coming up with a grand total of 185 novels (with 5 more on the way today). For the most part, I have read all of these books, but the organizational process made me aware of about 20 or so that I had either attempted to read, bought and never attempted, were given, borrowed, stole or found were sitting around waiting to be finished. So, I pulled those books off...