Today I was looking for jobs online. One of the jobs said its salary was “car allowance and cell phone plan”. Yay, economy?
with the language they sometimes use im afraid that by the time i graduate i...– Ian, talking about his architecture profs
You know, I see you here all the time but I’ve never seen you smile
everyone's an artist →
kjohnstone: via: ctatum:kristenbarry this is a link you won’t regret clicking.
Dear Obama, I like you because you won. We saw you on TV. I hope I am your friend. Sincerely, Edwin Martinez, age 6 Los Angeles
Dear President Obama, I want to tell you hi. Do you work with Santa Claus? Can I meet you in your house? Can I say bye to you after I meet you? And then can I meet you again? And then again after that? Sergio Magana, age 5 San Francisco
If only it were this easy...
Dear President Obama, If I want anybody to be president, it’s me. I would clean the streets and give myself more money. I would also give everybody a piece of a Reese’s candy. Every homeless guy or girl would get $50 for help and a place to sleep for the winter. My family and other families would get free gas for our cars; single people with no kids would have to pay. The money would...
uhhh.... ok. →
How the city hurts your brain →
This explains so much.
Me: “I think someone keyed my car….” Mom: “Oh, that was me. Sorry.”
you can track Santa's path?? →
Do you forgive him? →
I appreciate all the hard work this semester. I hope, at the very least, you can...– Michael Grogan, my Studio 1 professor.
I was all excited ‘cause I got an email, but it was just from Obama…– Gal
studio final doom. live feed made by lucas.
This is so distracting.
Cruel and unusual punishment...
FORT LUPTON — Barry Manilow’s “I Write the Songs” may begin with the line, “I’ve been alive forever,’” but for noise ordinance violators, listening to Manilow may feel like forever. Fort Lupton Municipal Judge Paul Sacco says his novel punishment of forcing noise violators to listen to music they don’t like for one hour has cut down on the number...