Sunday, February 25, 2007

Stupid Blogger

So I had a post going awhile ago, it wasn't anything exciting. It was mostly just about how much the SAC ruined Valentine's Day and how our wonderful guys valiantly tried to save it. Um, I think there was a bit about the Mardi Gras dance. (Which was a bust in my opinion.) And a plug for Pirates of Penzance, which is a severely money movie. But as I was doing that, the compy I was on crash, and of course, blogger ate my post. It made me very sad and I didn't have the will to go on. . . at least with the post, that is. But I'm better now, so yea, Valentine's Day sucked because of the SAC, but the boys tried really hard, no one went to the Mardi Gras dance, so I left and watched Pirates of Penzance, which everyone should see. (I'm totally in love with the lead singer of Queen right now!)

Now that that's taken care of, the campus is once again covered in a blanket of whiteness. I am so happy about that. There's nothing like waking up to snow. *sigh* I really want to go to the river today, but everyone's studying for J-ski. Sad day. Carducci, you need to be here to walk through the woods with me!

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

This Is dangerous


I'm doing my American government paper on Copyleftism and the free-culture movement. I've found much more material than I'd originially planned.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Picture of Ibid

I found one. :)

















And we have Little Mon, too.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Sadie Hawkins Dance In My Khaki Pants

Well, another semester, more of the 8 o'c in Rome. This time there's only two. Anyway, this is for you, Carducci and PBJ Girl, and of course, dear Peachy. (And Hich, too.)
The biggest news to report is the Sadie Hawkins Dance. I still can't believe that Christendom pulled it off. And it was a hit! A HUGE hit!

The members of the 8 o'c hit quite a few different decades.

The. . . 70s? I'm pretty sure that's what they were going for. Or 80s? Either way, Jericho's makeup scared me and CO was carrying a copy of the Communist Manifesto.


The 20s. Quia does a pretty darn good flapper and PQ's mustache was out of control.


The 40s. I looked like an airline stewardess. (I told people where the exists were regularly.) And Andrew looked like he was going to class.

Somehow there managed not to be a picture of Ibid, but he did 70s college student. He even shaved.


Just to confuse everyone, Andrea went with Matt and Liz took Gabe. They also did 20s as the cast of Singing in the Rain. Liz's wig makes me happy.


This time it was Dan who got all "bad companion."


Hurray for the 80s. Matt's red mohawk was sweet.


I love the 70s. Tyler's 'fro scared me. I couldn't look at him with a straight face the whole night. But it worked, he and his posse won the prize.


I disowened her when I first saw it. But the wig grew on me very quickly. :D


There were SO MANY hippies. This is but a small handful.