Friday, March 26, 2010

nostalgia day

I'm pretty sure we all remember the little rascals

Thursday, March 25, 2010

the fun theory

we need these at the dorms to get people to take the stairs more often

Monday, March 22, 2010

campus squirrels

a phrase has never been more true than this one

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

pic of the day

Monday, March 15, 2010


got this one from 'surviving the world' website

Saturday, March 13, 2010

murmur of agreement

a great video essentially making fun of the unoriginality/predictibality of all other movies

Thursday, March 11, 2010


these pictures show that pixar is the coolest place to work EVER
pixar headquarters

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

lost generation

a somewhat cliche video but clever nonetheless

Monday, March 8, 2010

one more on the injury count

So funny story...well actually it's not funny at all but I will tell you anyways. I was at an ultimate frisbee tournament this weekend in st. louis(which was absolutely gorgeous: 55 degrees and sunny) and we were playing against texas tech. I was guarding a girl who had the disk and when she went to throw it, her elbow nailed me straight in the nose. It hurt but I thought nothing of it until 10 seconds later when blood started pouring out of my nose like a faucet. So I go over to the sidelines and use up about half a roll of papertowels trying to stop the bleeding. After about 5ish minutes when the blood starts to slow down I feel my nose and.....yup it doesn't feel the same as it use to. The bump I have on the top of my nose is now slightly to the left.

Now I can ad broken nose to my ever growing list of injured body parts. At the moment it's giving me a killer headache because it hasn't been reset yet. But by the way my friend (who has had his nose broken twice) made it sound it hurts to get it reset. I resisted the urge to make it my facebook status because it seems like one of those things that screams "give me attention and comment on this status update" so I decided to write it here instead

incase you were wondering what I have injured in my lifetime:
-broken knee in 4th grade (which can only happen when you're little cause of flexible bones)
-left ankle sprained twice
-right ankle sprained twice
-dislocated hip (worst pain ever)
-broken nose