I have two this week… as well as three assignments due. Not looking forward to it. One fo the two exams should be alright, it’s tonight, Macroeconomics. The exam that I have tomorrow will be the tough one, Information Representation… blah.
Not much to post right now, check out The Link Below for the update in my life.
I’ve decided to add a section to the End-Of-The-Blog Rundown. It will be a Beatle’s trivia section. Stealing the idea from Jimi since he doesn’t do it anymore, but mostly since it’s been forty years since The Beatles “landed” in America on the Ed Sullivan show. I will be giving out one point for each correct answer. As soon as I start getting responses, I will add a section to the right sidebar that will contain the information about the points leaders. I haven’t decided what I want to do with the winners yet, but I’ll think of something.
Really short post, I know, but I feel a rant coming sometime later this week… The seed has been planted, it just needs some time to germinate…
The End-of-the-Blog Rundown…
Song of the Day – Roxanne – The Police, It’s been stuck in my head for about a day and a half now…
Hero of the Day – Andy Young for picking up my shift!
Quote of the Day – “You mean I have to push it all the way in?” – Customer in the Music Library when wondering why he couldn’t get his floppy disk to read. We have this problem often, it seems.
Beatles Trivia, Installment 1
We’ll start out easy this week. Since the 40th Anniversary of the Ed Sullivan Show appearance by the Fab Four just passed,
- How many songs did The Beatles play in their set? (1pt.)
- What were the names of the songs? (1pt. ea.)
Sounds easy enough, doesn’t it? Send your responses to me via e-mail (email@example.com) since that way nobody can cheat. Only entries sent to that address will be accepted. I will post the answers when the next trivia item is posted.
Obligatory Life Update
Alright, so as promised, here it is. Since my last post, not much has happened in the life of Tom. I played some basketball both Monday and Tuesdsay evenings. Monday night, Michael Graham and I just messed around a bit, playing 21, etc. I jammed my finger so bad that it’s been bruised since yesterday. Tuesday night, we lost our intramural game, but it was only a loss by 10 or so points. Good times.
Last night, I spent the night studying my ass off, since Andy Young was freaking awesome and picked up my shift so I didn’t have to work. I owe him, something…
Anyway, that’s really about it. Tonight, I hope IU doesn’t blow it too badly against Penn State at Penn State. As my friend Joe said “If we’re going to go to hell in a hand basket, we might as well go with style.”
That’s all kids, peace