Sep 26, 2006

Open Facebook

So facebook is now open to everyone. Know what I suggest? Stop complaining and use those privacy settings. The first thing I did was go through every single privacy page and limit what people can see about me in regional networks and create a limited profile. Even on facebook, anything online is still online, and there are ways for people to get at it. Anyone who thinks that they can put all sorts of things online and expect them to stay private is a fool.
But please, please, please Mark: don't sell out to Yahoo. I don't want to see "My Yahooligans!" underneath "My Groups".
See y'all online. Yeah I said it. Y'all.

Sep 21, 2006

Fork and Knife

Auditions for Fork and Knife Improv are this Sunday, at 2 PM. Location is forthcoming shortly - contact me for more information.

Sep 18, 2006


Hello world (yes, I'm taking computer science). I'm at the University of Pennyslvania (not Penn State, you know), and things have never been better. Or worse. I'm not sure.
In fact, college is pretty much a mixed bag of good and bad. At the moment, the current "bad" is the fact that the restrooms have a wonderful, pungently odorous aroma of feces and urine. Together. Mixed. Merged in some sort of unholy union of human waste. It's hard to breathe because of the overpowering reek in there. I was in there less than a minute and, I kid you not, my nose stuffed itself up. That's right, it took a hit to protect the rest of my body. Thank you nose - your sacrifice will not be soon forgotten.
Philadelphia, too, is a mixed bag. The Penn campus is half-in, half-out of Philly, so the mix of students and locals makes for an interesting potpourri wherever you go. I'm going to whip out my camera and start taking pictures soon, and perhaps posting them either here, or making a new album on my facebook profile (which is linked to on the right, and on which this blog is now being syndicated to). Anyways, the number of things that have happened here are almost too many to count. A few of the highlights: I have a good roommate - very chill, in general, even when he bashed his leg open and pools of blood flowed all over our rug and floor. My class aren't too hard, except for Math, but I think I can muscle through it. The gym here has a 40' rock climbing wall, which I think I'm going to start frequenting. I didn't make the debate team, but I am joining an improv group, which promises to be a lot of fun.
That's about it for tonight, so I'll leave you with a question:
What's YOUR favorite cereal?

Sep 12, 2006

Top 10 Games Of All Time

I read an article describing the top 5 games of all time, but most of them are pretty obscure. So here are my top 10 games of all time, in no particular order.

Super Smash Bros.
Half-Life 2
Counter-Strike: Source
Halo 2
Unreal Tournament
Unreal Tournament 2004
Command & Conquer: Generals: Zero Hour
Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2: Yuri's Revenge
Battlefield 1942

There are so many other good ones, but these are the ones I really enjoyed playing (and some I still play).