Archive for February, 2009
Well, I guess I should be pretty transparent about this: I have not read the books. I haven’t seen the movie. I have no intention of doing either, but the reviews are hilarious! The first one I read was by Matthew Baldwin. Here’s my favorite paragraph from his review:
I’ve been looking through a wide variety of government jobs via USA Jobs, and I am noticing trends. Most of the posts are to generate pools for positions that may or may not open. These pools are typically listed for every location on the planet, so, even if you’re lucky and a position opens, it [...]
Western Washington University’s Viking Union Gallery had its walls covered with white paper recently for a “Drawing Jam,” and I finally had the chance to take some photos of it. The overall idea of the Jam was that anyone could contribute anything to the gallery. It was as much a gallery by the viewers as [...]
The Presidential Address to Congress would be a lot more efficient if the damned people in attendance would quit rudely smacking their hands together just to make noise.
At the end of January, I completed my student teaching internship as a senior English teacher at a local high school. Throughout February, I have been looking at job opportunities across Washington, particularly west of the mountains, and the process has caused me to do a lot of thinking. What do I really want to [...]