<$BlogRSDURL$>

Musings of a hopelesslly inane / insane college student.

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Last night, the Second War of the Bell found its conclusion. This is the culmination of a week of paranoia, killing, betrayal, and lies.

At a meeting of the del Veccios and the Santuli, it was revealed that the war had been started by the right hand men of the leaders of each family. I knew this as of Saturday. I chose to remain loyal to the Don. After all, I swore an oath.

At the meeting, the families schismed - one side comprised of those for peace and the Don and Dona; one side for personal loyalties and the right hand men. Though emotionally I sided with the latter, due to my own decisions, I had to support the Don. In the end, the stress was too much and I took my own life rather than dealing with the situation.

During the war, I killed one man - my target. Doing so set off a bloodbath that ended with five more dead. May you rest well, Shannon and David.

I made the difficult decision to play out my character without conforming to out of game loyalties. Some people did not. But I chose my path and followed it. This game, in the beginning, was fun. Certain people changed things. But what upsets me most is an RL betrayal. Ryan, you worked hard to provide us with a good time. You didn't deserve those assholes making your job harder.

Admittedly, I did not like the person I ended up playing either. I was a double dealer, I lied, I took the easy way out, I allowed an oath to be more important than friendship. But we all play roles and I pray that everyone can set aside the personas of the game and return to real life.

I did meet more people I didn't know, and found new capacities in those I do know. I'm glad for the opportunity.

Tuesday, April 13, 2004



theOtaku.com: What Soul Calibur 2 Character Are You?

Yeah, yeah, I know I never update. Remember the whole not so much with the computer thing? It's going ok.... I suppose. Inherent craziness though.

Sunday, April 04, 2004

New pictures are up at my Utulsa space. Includes pics of the Battle of the Bands and the Great Cereal Incident, among other things. Go look. Shoo. Shoo, dammit.

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

I spend 14+ hours a day on the computer. This stops now. I will do any homework, plus one hour of personal time, and that is it. Therefore updates will be highly sporadic etc.

Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Carvings done in the wonderful medium of number 2 pencils. Absolutely amazing.

"Men in Italy are pretending to be gay to get out of military service. Sounds like a good idea until they ask you to prove it."
-Jay Leno

Tuesday, March 23, 2004

So, I met a guy who managed to remind me of Nathan, Rocky and Greg - All within about 5 minutes. But it was in a good way. Therefore, the logical thing to do was to drive home and introduce him to Rocky. We actually were in the car, on the way, with the intention of driving 11 hours, staying in Colorado Springs for about 2 hours and being back in Tulsa for my exam 11 AM Wednesday morning. But, due to something that was entirely my fault, we ended up turning around and coming back. General idiocy was then engaged in until about 2 this morning. I have simply amazing bruises on my hands and arms.

So here are the stats for Spring Break:
Hours worked: 36
Movies watched: More than 20
Times I watched The Boondock Saints: 3
Post-midnight trips to Village Inn / IHOP: 3
Poptarts lit on fire: 0
Poptarts stolen from the caf with the intent to light on fire: 3
Times I showed people the proper way to prepare those premade garlic bread things: 2
Waitresses I helped Jason Jorski hit on: 1
Pages to my prelim research for TURC: 31

Dammit. Tom Red-Shirt. I shall curse your name unto eternity. Or bless it. No, I think I'll curse it. Dammit, dammit, dammit. ARRRRRG.

Saturday, March 20, 2004

No Pants Day is Friday, May 7th. However, I am only encouraging this on a limited basis and if you are unsure whether I don't think you should participate, ask.

The Save Our Gravity Movement: "Because not only is gravity an important part of life in America, it's an important part of the American way of life."

Friday Five
If you...
1. ...owned a restaurant, what kind of food would you serve? Good homecooking - in other words, whatever I felt like cooking that day.
2. ...owned a small store, what kind of merchandise would you sell? Books
3. ...wrote a book, what genre would it be? Every genre!
4. ...ran a school, what would you teach? General insanity, with a speciliazation in Literature and History.
5. ...recorded an album, what kind of music would be on it? Torch songs, for the most part.

I just finished watching Kill Bill, Part 1. Dammit. It did not live up to expectations. I am greatly saddened. After waiting this long to see it, it just wasn't good. Not horribly bad, but not good either. I'm sad inside.

The Passion causes spousal abuse.

Pink girls spotted outside a Gap store in Tokyo.

Have we not made it clear if you're smoking something good, you have to bring enough for the entire class? id Software is so busted for plans to make a boardgame based on Doom. Busted, I say.

I thought the Scopes Monkey Trial was enough to show that this part of the gene pool needs some chlorine, but nooooo. We had to let them breed and prove it again.

I protest the very thought of Orlando Bloom as 007.

Back to doing homework - like that damn prelim research for TURC.

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?