But the eye candy that is here is delicious.
Since it’s anonymous, I’m gonna say Prez-O submitted it and hate him for it.
I knew that they weren’t going to let me, but there were free movie tickets involved, so I figured I’d suffer the humiliation of having to be turned away. I now have tickets for 8 to the Improv (two-drink minimum). I think that’s worth it. The lady was all like “I’m sorry, sweetie. I wish we could take your blood. It makes me so mad.” But I was like, “GURL I AM GOING TO THE IMPROV FOR FREE. U B ALRIGHT!”
The West Wing
It’s sad how relevant this show and the issues it discusses still are. And probably will be in another ten years.
- Paper 1—“Conversations” according to Kwame Appiah and whether a debate I found online answering the question “Is Islam a religion of peace?” qualifies as a conversation. Why or why not?
- Paper 2—This is a group project on the effects of the Washington Consensus on East Asia. We present this week and have a paper due on the 17th. We’ll be looking at Japan, South Korea, and Indonesia. I’m looking at Indonesia.
- Paper 3—The U.S. Dollar as an international reserve currency, whether it should be, and other options for international reserve currencies that may not be so volatile.
I’ll be bullshitting all of them since my heart isn’t in any of these papers. My professors are asking to me answer questions which, while important, don’t answer the larger questions I feel are more pertinent (competing models of capitalism, why the North American model isn’t sustainable, sustainable human population levels, transitioning to a cleaner economy, and a whole bunch of other politically-charged questions). I like tension and these questions are boring me.