The Only Colors - A Spartans Sports Blog →
If you know me, you know how much I like reading sports commentary and analysis online. Aside from the Detroit Tigers Weblog, which I’ve been a heavy reader of for more than three years now, I also got on board with Kyle J’s Spartans Weblog which was mainly following MSU’s Men’s Basketball team. Well, Kyle J’s quitting that biz in exchange for something more...
I have a habit of making giant lists of goals about the next week/month/year. The weird thing is that after I write them down, I don’t care about them anymore. In the imagining of their completion, interest wanes exponentially, and the things I finish are unforseen. I’m not complaining. I’m bragging.
I don’t think I’ll ever sleep again. But that won’t stop me from laying here.
The absolute FIRST thing I’m buying when I’m a millionaire.
Just ate dinner. My back was up against this guy at the next table. I turn around after ten minutes and it’s Kalin Lucas. I love going here.
The Graveyard. →
From the page: “Okay, I just played the full version and she died. It’s genuinely sad. I’m genuinely sad. I didn’t even see it, I was shooing my stupid obese cat off the desk. I looked back at the screen and the old woman had died. It was, like, a shock. For real. Even though I was fully expecting it to happen. I’m actually depressed.” Weird/awesome.
Just turned device updates off. Sorry, but I hate getting texts that aren’t to me. Also, too bad I bought books from Amazon last night! OOPS
wow i didn’t know so many people had the same addiction … i also eat...– WikiAnswers commenter. “I EAT BABY POWER!” This is really weird. I was at this novelty shop earlier and there was a shelf full of herbs and natural stuff. There was an empty slot labeled “baby powder” which made me laugh because it was the only empty slot. Everything else was...
I just wrote my first poem since last year.
Facebook became fairly useless to me beginning about a year ago, once people...– M (via dalasverdugo)
The Remains of the Day
neslo: is such a painful book to finish. You must be in my 20th century British novels class. I haven’t started that book yet. Really though. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:40. Our professor is kind of old and weird.
Okay, I’m going to twitter now. Twittering. Just twittered.
I have this big exam on Monday, where I have to study 7 tales from the Canterbury tales, as well as Troilus and Criseyde. I’m really in it. Deep. Any suggestions for a study method, besides just reading? (I don’t comprehend Middle English well at all, and reading the modern translations is hard to do on the screen. I suppose I could print them.) So?
I just stumbled this site. My first impressions are…I’m impressed. Talked to a very nice art major from St. Louis for like an hour. Thanks for helping me procrastinate, Amanda!
johnzanussi: This game is highly addicting. I scored 591.
saraholwerda: Still Life Painting With Sara! Cool. My sister is making better videos than I’ve ever made.
Well, MSU at least outscored UNC by 4. In the...
The Kaufman film has always been about the terror of being oneself, of being in...– Philip Matthews with a few good words on Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York. (via matthewb)
The most personal, visceral, terrible, beautiful,...
Hello, I would like some indie cred. Then I could...
Saturday, April 4th. 917 words (DWOM).
holwerdaeveryday: … He snatched it up, or tried to, because it was no longer so easy. It was so heavy now, so dense. Understanding even in its slumber that its host was being taken from it, the child reacted by clutching at Gray instead. He let it. Looking in its face, he found nothing evil there - nothing that would give him any reason to believe the kid was anything but a kid. It yawned,...
Mulholland Dr. Just Blew My Mind
I hate watching movies like this alone at night. Especially after I finished worrying about Synechdoche, NY.
aren’t always started with the intention on finishing, especially those which seem ridiculous (Sufjan Stevens’ fifty state album series). Rather, they’re started to prove that we can set goals that are bigger than ourselves. We prove that we’re crazy, stupid, and that we can’t finish things. But it’s not about what I can prove to you, rather, how can I impress...
Don’t let us forget that the causes of human actions are usually immeasurably...– Fyodor Dostoevsky, The Idiot (via psychotherapy) (via quote-book) (via finallyseeing) 200% truthmobile.
What is it about being a baby?