Archive for May, 2004

Back in the month of March, you may recall that there was a random quantum fluctuation in the greater St. Louis region that caused me to be interested in college basketball. Specifically, I had entered the seminary’s March Madness bracket contest and I found myself in first place going into the Final Four. Well, the final scores came in a while ago, and I ended up in a respectable second place. That fine finish earned me a $10 gift certificate to Applebee’s and an appearance on the cover of the Covenant Courier—the seminary’s weekly campus newsletter.

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The photo on the cover of the April 12, 2004 issue of the Covenant Courier

Of course, the funny thing is that I know next to nothing about college basketball, so my bracket was nothing but slightly educated guesses.

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Name: Atmosphere

Hair: Dark and cut short.

Clothes: Dark and sexy. With randomly placed belts. Lots and lots of belts…

Powers: Control over the weather

Special Features: Wings

Sidekick: Small fluffy animal that talks…usually too much.

Attitude: Very quiet and reserverd, extremely shy.

Weapon: Flamethrower

Created by the ORIGINAL MemeGen & Jena-su!


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Graduation

Gotta love the hood.

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So I had to write a 15 page ethics paper last week. The title that I settled on was: “Thou Shalt Not Share: An Ethical Analysis of Peer-to-Peer File Sharing and Copyright Law”. I guess I got a little carried away, because it ended up being 24 pages, plus 2 pages of diagrams and a 2-page bibliography. Wow. I think that’s the longest paper I’ve ever written. And if I had more time, I would have added a section on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 and Digital Rights Management. Actually, I had one paragraph written for the section, but decided to remove it in the interests of time and my professor’s sanity.

For my Marriage & Family Counseling class, I had to do a project that applied the various concepts that we learned this semester. I teamed up with my friend Joe to do a video project. We analyzed an episode of King of the Hill (“Goodbye Normal Jeans”, if you care), and made a DVD showing the episode interspersed with our commentary on the family dynamics exhibited. iMovie is so cool.

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I went up to the field ed office this morning to turn in my last report for the semester, and while I was there I asked how close I was to fulfilling the 300 hour requirement. That would be a good thing to know, since it would determine whether or not I get a diploma in a week and a half. As it turned out, that last report was unnecessary, since I had already passed the 300 hour mark.

FIELD ED IS DONE!!!!!!!!!!

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