Hinds Community College is not devART friendly. Almost officially. After months and months of pushing my way through the system, it is near the end of the semester annnd... nothing's happened.
I blame girl's bewbies. After all, if it weren't for those chest-pillows (or rather the sight of them naked) one would actually have access to his $30 sub'd deviantART page as well as... I dunno... the job offers that were presented through the note system.
A lot has happened. Two sketchbooks have filled up, I've presented an illustration and design portfolio in front of four judges (two of which were channeling Simon, I'm sure), annnnd I've proposed to the last woman on the earth that could live with me without going insane (driving me sane in the process. Can't have any of that hooblah).
- A new president has been elected.
- Kanye West is a gay fish
- J.J. Abrahms is making a Star Trek movie that I may actually like
- Watchmen is a movie
- Fallout 3 was released and it is now my most played game
- I have moved out of my parents place
So much more has happened, and I want to list it all. But I really just created that unordered list for no real useful reason. Perhaps the web design instructor has hypnotized me into making random tags and markups.
I've been in this Starbucks for 6 hours. Beats campus though, by a long shot. Being an RA for two semesters has made me appreciate being out of my dorm. I'm often told by the Hinds Connection guys to give some poor guy a tour of my hall. Usually I dump this off on another RA as
a) my room is messy and
b) tired of Hinds' cheaply-made prison issued bed frames, I successfully flipped my mattress on the floor underneath the frame and snaked some halloween lights through the springs.
Let that be a lesson to ya Hinds: never ask a graphic artist student to have a model RA room. Especially if he lives with a music major.
I have a headache.
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