So there's this project I'm working on for our college's art show/sale. The theme of the art show is human rights. Each art club member is required to create 5-10 pieces of art intended for sale and all proceeds go to Feed My Starving Children.
Along with my pieces of art, I'm going to make another special project... ONE MILLION TALLY MARKS
! I already made seven pages of tally marks (about 7,200 tallies per page double sided). My thinking is that so often we are given… Continue
Added by Lenore103 on July 31, 2009 at 9:04pm —
It rained today, so I decided today would be the best time to take pictures for some reason.
I had to take pictures with my HP since I lost my Cannon. :/
Not the best photography.. but like I said, its an HP and I was bored.
This part is for Migdala:…
Added by Melissa on July 31, 2009 at 7:30pm —
I am already off to a bad start. Quote day for me is supposed to be on Thursday and I didn't try hard enough to find time to make a quick post. Sorry if you were waiting. I will try harder to post every Thursday.
This week's quote isn't new like the title suggests, but it is a new blog so yeah. Anyway, I thought this one sounds like something Mark Twain would say, but I guess not.
"There are only two things in this world that are infinite: the universe and human stupidity.… Continue
Added by amtar on July 31, 2009 at 6:45pm —
why are they so unreasonable? We clean the house,do laundry,wash the dishes,made lunch and didn't leave a mess!! We did everything he asked!! But we didn't do MORE than they asked so we get yelled at? WTF?!?! We forget to dust the dvd player so that must mean we did a horrible half-assed job! And his greeting when he walks in is to yell because we didn't do a good enough job? And then we get called downstairs FOUR times! to fix it even though we are doing homework that is due TOMORROW! And when… Continue
Added by Nikki on July 31, 2009 at 4:34pm —
Why is it, everytime Harry's masterbating in bed, hes thinkin of "You know who"???
Added by PXTM on July 31, 2009 at 1:43pm —
Yesterday: I bought "Looking for Alaska" and received the "Chameleon Circuit" CD.
Today: registered on Nerdfighters.
Tomorrow promises to be awesome=)
Added by Natalie as is on July 31, 2009 at 8:00am —
So for all you non programming types here are the two pictures:
After Compression (Normal Packing):
See the difference? Good. I didn't think so :)
I don't usually post code as I figure it would bore most of you but as I'm mainly just doing behind the scenes code anyway here is a post out for all the game programmers out there. Ignore the rest if you are not… Continue
Added by Greg Chudecke on July 31, 2009 at 2:02am —
I received my copy of "Taking Leave" today in the mail. I could not wait for it to come. I purchased it and then checked up on the status of my package at least twice a day; waiting for it to come.
you can buy it right here
Tom Milsom's voice makes my face melt off. it is beautiful. Kristina Horner's voice in "the mirror song" compliments Tom's voice beautifully well.
The instrumental music was a bit less prominent… Continue
Added by Ashley on July 31, 2009 at 12:42am —
Where do you get pictures small enough to fit into a locket?
It's strange seeing all the things a person can accumulate over a lifetime. My grandmother died in May and my family was charged with slowly cleaned out her house, as well as the room she stayed in while living with us. I've always liked going through old things, it's like a window into the past, into someone eases life. The fifty year old condoms however, I could have lived without.
In other news I got my hair… Continue
Added by JoJo on July 30, 2009 at 9:45pm —
Went to see The Hangover with my friends today. I saw it first last week but I wanted to see it again coz it's just so funny. My arm didn't ache from my jab really, just when the friend I sat next to kept elbowing me right where the needle went in, asking 'do they find Doug?'
Added by Chloe Payne on July 30, 2009 at 8:30pm —
I wrote this while at college, then misplaced the pad i'd written it in, then, much like everything else i did at college, i forgot about it. A few lines came to mind every once in a while, but i assumed it was just one of those poems that i'd thought up a line from then failed to follow up with surrounding poem. but it turns out i did write it. which pretty much proves my theory that i've forgot far better ideas than i've actually written down. here it is.
I'm living through a… Continue
Added by Cathal (billythehick) on July 30, 2009 at 6:28pm —
Okay, yesterday, when I posted my first blog ever...I got a comment telling me that I could be more organized...I'm going to try to do that...but if Ican't succeed...I'm but a young girl (the Kim inside me would like to point out that to be randomly awesome with emphasis on the random, I can't exactly be organized)... So, I'll try to ignore the Kim inside me and organize myself (though she has a point...)...I am really excited to be blogging again even though I really have no reason to blog at… Continue
Added by Alaska Is Beautiful on July 30, 2009 at 5:51pm —
Added by Rachel Taylor on July 30, 2009 at 5:24pm —
Some of these are just books I'd like to re-read, but I definitely want to get through them all this year. I was about to say "I've got a week per book" but I realised that the year has in fact already begun and won't reset to January 1st when I post this blog, no matter how much I want that power. All the ones I've listed already I've estimated that I can get through in a couple of days, as I use trains a lot and get a lot of reading done :)
1: Looking for… Continue
Added by Rachel Taylor on July 30, 2009 at 5:00pm —
^ From the Volunteering (In your Pants) video.
Added by Elizabeth on July 30, 2009 at 4:15pm —
A few weeks ago I went to the Harry Potter Exibition in Chicago Illinois. It was one of the coolest things I have ever done in my life. Not only did I get to pull a mandrake, but I also got to Score a goal in quidditch and sit in Hagrids chair. I only got to spend a few days in chicago, but just those few days have proven to me that I want to live in a big city when I get older. I loved how even though it was loud and bright and chaotic, there was something smoothe about it. It was beautiful.… Continue
Added by Katie...I think on July 30, 2009 at 3:54pm —
It wasn't a good day. Maybe because of the weather, or something with me, but my training was a coplete disaster. On the other hand I managed to fall to the ground 100 meters from the place where I started riding.
YAAAAAAAAY ^^ 100 meters is not a problem anymore. And I learned how to turn. The only basic skill I need to learn is starting without a wall and of course it is my target for next time (I hope that I won't fall for 200 meters with… Continue
Added by Runek on July 30, 2009 at 3:31pm —
well, i did it. i finished reading paper towns... for a couple reasons i didnt want to like it, but i did. I hated the ending though, because it wasnt the ending i wanted. But it didnt take me long to realise that it had to end the way it did and if i had gotten what i wanted the book wouldnt have been as good, and this book was not just good, it was great.
I have a "margo" of my own, who i have known sense age two, who now resides two states away with her husband and two kids. This… Continue
Added by Thomas Tulak on July 30, 2009 at 12:00pm —
For any nerdfighters interested, I have posted my first review on my new blog, Blue Collar Book Review
Added by Curtis on July 30, 2009 at 10:20am —
Author: Neil Gaiman
Page Count: 336
Status: New read
Synopsis: Richard Mayhew is an unassuming young businessman living in London, with a dull job and a pretty but demanding finacee. Then one night he stumbles cross a girl bleeding on the sidewalk. He stop to help her -- and the life he knows vanishes like smoke. Several hours later, the girl is gone, too. And by the following morning Richard Mayhew has been erased from his world. He has become invisible,… Continue
Added by Cassie G on July 30, 2009 at 9:44am —