And thus it begins…

It begins; the long day. I’m sitting in sociology class just thinking about how long it is going to be before I get to sit down and relax. It isn’t necessarily that today is difficult, but just tedious. Here’s the agenda:

1. 08:00 – 14:50 school
2. 15:00 – 15:30 fixing a computer
3. 16:00 – 16:30 haircut
4. 17:00 – 19:00 stretches and running
5. 20:00 – 21:00 Astronomy observation session at Webster
6. 21:00 – ????? Going to see a movie and hang with Mike

I guess somewhere in there I need to go get my tux for Friday’s wedding.


Sociological Perspectives and Katrina


I just finished both of my papers on perspectives and hurricane Katrina. I’ve uploaded both of them to the blog for public download. They are both in .pdf format, and you will need Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader to view them. Acrobat Reader is a free download, and you can obtain it here:

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The Sociological Imagination


The Boogeyman

Horrible. Just plain bad. I knew it was going to be awful, but I just had to witness it for myself. It was a sad attempt at a scary movie. It was incredibly boring, had redundant shot sequences, and had an stunningly predictable ending.

The only thing that made it even watchable was the hopes that it would get better. Unfortunately, it didn’t. I’m thinking about writing Sam Raime and asking for those 90 minutes of my life back.

I have to give it a noble:

1 / 10