From the New York Times: “A group of homeless men at the St. Lazarus Social Pension in Warsaw are building a ship to sail around the world, setting out to prove their seaworthiness and their worth to society, even if society has largely written them off.”
For more, visit the New York Times.
I love Pink Lady apples. They are perfect. Burwah needs to start getting these.
Yep, just found out today. The billionaire Richard Hayne, of UO-hipster-fashion fame, is an ultra-Republican, anti-gay and a pro lifer. Some find it reason to boycott UO, since funds go in part toward pro life campaigns. Others simply respond, “meh”. What would you do? Would you forego the multi-coloured skinnies, or rather lavish in “choosing life”?
You got ’em here first, kids.
The fact that they’re all Italian is pure… coincidence.
I was caught between disgust and hilarity this morning after reading this story in The Star.
Kelly Hildebrandt, Florida resident, is marrying Kelly Hildebrandt of Texas. They met after Kelly-girl searched her own name on Facebook, finding a picture of Kelly-boy in cargo pants, a hat, sans shirt.
It only took one fateful Facebook message, eloquently worded, to seal the deal: “I thought it was kind of cool we had the same name, and I just wanted to say hi.”
Eighteen months later, the couple would be happily married, with designated names “Kelly girl” and “Kelly boy” to tell them apart. The wedding is set for October 2009.
On the plus side: no classes on Thursdays or Fridays.
On the down side: Tuesdays are Brutal with a capital B. 9am to 8pm; breaks are few and far between.
How about you guys? What are your scheds like?
Course selection is finally OVER. Stressful! But just think: if you thought we had it bad, imagine all the people who had to register for each course by phone — and that was just a couple of years ago for some Canadian universities (ahem, U of Manitoba).
Our operators are on standby.
Which one are you? Which one am I? Which one is the Queen of England? You decide.
We all know that Nowism is the new movement in town. But sometimes, it’s a good idea to look back at what’s been said and done in the past. The Futurist Manifesto, written in 1909 by Marinetti, contains some admittedly eloquent passages that accurately portray the tone and character of the movement:
Beauty exists only in struggle. There is no masterpiece that has not an aggressive character. Poetry must be a violent assault on the forces of the unknown, to force them to bow before man.
To read the entire Futurist Manifesto, click here.
Lesson # 3 : Never sleep on the job. Because if you do, someone might eat your face.