I went to see RV with Keith on Friday night. It was a decent movie, but I honestly don’t know how funny it was because there was this group of people sitting behind us that laughed at everything and sometimes I didn’t know whether I was laughing at them or the movie.
Happy kids at the Palace get 3D glasses!!!!!!!!
On Saturday, in a mad effeminate fit, I did this to my hair with a straightening iron. It doesn’t really look that much different, but it made the flippy thing go away for the most part and made my hair a bit more manageable. I’ve always hated that it curled in front of my eyes anyway.
On the way back from Houma to Baton Rouge tonight, it turned out that this happened, causing me to have some fun on Highway 61 (aka Airline Highway). That made me waste about 20 or 30 minutes of my valuable *cough* time.
I can’t figure this out. I keep getting cuts on my fingers, at least one every 2 or 3 days. I don’t know where they are coming from. Maybe I should cut back on the Fall Out Boy…
That’s the only door I go through to get into the Union, if I can help it. I’m guessing some “hooligans” of some sort vandalized the rest of it (NO SMOKING), but now that door is awesome.
One of my coworkers, Stephen, has a 14.4k modem in his face, which he uses to connect to the Internet.
One of my other coworkers, Jim, is emo and constantly whines and listens to Fall Out Boy.
Anyway, on a more serious note, I am very much looking forward to the end of this semester, and even moreso looking forward to working full time this summer (haha, looking forward to working, who’d have thought?).
I’m really loving my phone; at work today, I ripped part of “Sugar We’re Going Down” by Fall Out Boy and put it on my phone and started doing this with it:
I got gas today, and it was relatively cheap. Guess how much it was?
Yeah, when everyone else is 2.94-2.99, I guess 2.89 is “cheap.” Price gouging for the lose. I need a hybrid, but then again, who doesn’t these days?
I went fishing today near the Intracoastal. It was fun, but we didn’t catch a single thing. It did make me wish I had a boat, though. I’ll have to get one of those one day. I used to have one when I was younger. Good times.
I bought a RAZR yesterday, and I’m really liking it thus far. All of the features work pretty well, except for the video capture mode, but then again, I never expected it to. The pictures are okay, and the speakerphone is really good. Anyway, now that I have a RAZR, I can finally be emo. …yes, I ripped that joke right off of College Humor.
This just made me nerdgasm.
This is pretty much the best thing I’ve ever seen in Free Speech Alley.
Whoever drew this is FTW.
I was doing some Biology work in mac:office today (which I love, by the way) and there was a link in the document to a file on LSU’s site. I clicked on the link and got this message:
How ironic. Microsoft is telling me to be careful of viruses on OS X. Wishful thinking or foresight? Probably both, but it’s funny either way.
I had a nice visit to the University College Center for Advising and Counseling today to A) change my major B) get my registration priviledges restored and C) unload that worry from my mind.
And the best thing that came out of it was that I found out that the D I made in Math 1550 counts as the business calculus class, so I don’t have to take calculus ever again! Huzzah!
At work we have this board where we are supposed to write important things like where we are going (“EKS”) or what we need to be doing (“Check your lab”). When I started working there, it looked kind of…plain. Now it’s ridiculous.
Bad quality picture, but you get the idea.
I <3 that board. :D
First, a quick rant about church, then some pictures.
I went to church this morning for the first time in a while, and I was reminded why I have a hard time waking up to go to church more often. I don’t think there’s a single church I’ve ever been to where I can say I truly enjoyed a normal service, and this one was no different. The singing was all for, for the lack of a better way of describing it, old people. Comtemporary Christian music speaks to me much more than worship songs ever have. And to boot, the sermons are rarely very interesting. The few times I’ve found church very interesting were when speakers came in to tell stories about their experiences with God. In fact, I can sum up the typical church sermon right now:
-Quick story that will be somewhat relevant later.
-Read from the Bible (this part is the only part that they can’t really change up).
-Crack a few bad jokes.
-Make a single point into an hour long speech, quoting Biblical references that everyone knows instead of modern day examples
I mean no disrespect to preachers. They work hard and help a lot of people, and coming up with new material every week can’t be easy, so I’m definitely not saying I can do better. I guess I just want something out of the Christian faith that it doesn’t easily have to offer. I need to find a church with nothing but teenagers or something. Anyone know of any in Houma or Baton Rouge (preferably Houma)?
Enough ranting now. Here are some pictures I took today at my family’s Easter/Resurrection Day get-together.
Sophie’s first Easter.
Yeah…we didn’t eat all of that.
There’s way more in the gallery.