The Internet is rising up in protest on February 11th

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

News of the day 035

Happy Halloween! Drop by SONIC for 50 cent Corn Dogs ALL DAY TODAY. Rest in peace, hunger. Or pieces. Depending on how many Corn Dogs you enjoy!
JCCC is again ranked among top digital community colleges
“Johnson County Community College is again listed among the top-rated community colleges for digital technology by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Education. JCCC was also top-ranked in 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

The survey looked at digital and emerging technologies, such as the use of mobile devices and technology integration into the curriculum; strategic planning and data management; and delivery models and professional development, including the availability of technology tools and training for faculty and students, as well as colleges’ technology priorities, shared services and cloud computing; infrastructure and networks; and outreach and workforce development.

The survey showed that 92 percent of the colleges have expanded their distance learning offerings online, while 77 percent have increased online student services. Survey results also show that 95 percent are now using social networking to reach out to students, and 79 percent use YouTube, up by 14 percent from 2011.

‘Our faculty, staff and administrators find innovative ways to use technology in and out of the classroom to improve teaching, learning and student support,’ said Terry Calaway, president, JCCC. ‘Our consistent presence among the top-rated colleges reflects how seriously the college regards the use of technology in education.’

JCCC was listed among the top colleges in the large college category (10,000 students or more).
  • 1st Lone Star College, The Woodlands, Texas
  • 2nd Northwest Arkansas Community College, Bentonville, Ark.
  • 3rd Howard Community College, Columbia, Md.
  • 3rd Kingsborough Community College, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  • 4th Johnson County Community College
  • 4th Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, Va.
  • 5th Houston Community College, Houston, Texas
  • 6th Delaware Technical and Community College, Wilmington, Del.
  • 7th Delta College, University Center, Mich.
  • 7th Tidewater Community College, Norfolk, Va.
  • 8th Montgomery County Community College, Tacoma Park, Md.
  • 8th Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 9th Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, Ill.
  • 10th Fayetteville Technical Community College, Fayetteville, N.C.
Winners will be recognized at an awards reception during the League for Innovation in the Community College’s STEMTECH conference this month in Kansas City, Mo.

Click here for information about colleges listed in the mid-sized and small college categories.”
“Halfway through her two-hour show at the Sprint Center on Tuesday, Madonna acknowledged the raucous response she’d received from the crowd that nearly filled the place. And in so many words (including a couple that can’t be printed here), she apologized. To paraphrase: This is the firs…”
KJCCC announces all-conference soccer honors
“Five members each from the women’s and men’s soccer teams at JCCC were recently named as Kansas Jayhawk Conference performers for the 2012 season.

On the women’s side, forward Christianna Tran, midfielder Kesley Wakefield and defender Christina Szymkowski were selected to the second team. Midfielders Marly Sutter and Liz Ulrich were named as honorable mention performers.

On the men’s side, defender Sherrick Hilaire was a first-team all-conference selection. Second team honors went to forwards Luis Cadena and Jacob Walter, and midfielder Sulaimon Lasisi and defender Joel Wiebe earned honorable mention honors.”

Web Wanderings 031

Twitter / Top Gear: “Johnny Bohmer’s 1,700 bhp Ford GT
blitzes a new standing mile world record with a 283 mph run ...”
Super Princess Peach is Tomoe Mami, and Chain Chomp is Charlotte
“The Walt Disney Company is the largest media conglomerate in the world. In addition to the actual Disney animation, film, and merchandising enterprise, it includes the national ABC Network, the ESPN sports network, critically-acclaimed animation studio Pixar, and Marvel Comics. Add one more famous ...”
Most people have refrained from making any political statements about this tragic event, Random Acts of Fusion; tragic because I was not among their winners.
What if I told you The Matrix is a system, but when you're inside, you see most of these people are not ready to be unplugged, and many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system
“Ryan Seacrest and Joel McHale are putting you in the driver’s seat to the unexpected - sign up, check it out, and get ready for a summer full of awesome experiences behind the wheel of a 2013 Ford Fusion!”
A friend on Facebook relaxed in Philadelphia
with one product, and I suggested two more.
Irish Car Bomb recipe
“A delicious recipe for Irish Car Bomb, with Guinness® stout, Baileys® Irish cream and Jameson® Irish whiskey. Also lists similar drink recipes.”
I heard about the two clubs on Alice 102: Cosmopolitan KC, whose site appears to be mired in bad design, at least any vague sensibilities that I developed in my brief studies in graphic design lead me to so think; and the following, which I consider close to ideal.
TITLE Boxing Club
“Boxing + Kickboxing Fitness Workouts”
“What does it take to get hired by the most innovative company in the world? We asked recruiters and hiring managers across all departments for their advice, and boy, did they deliver some golden nuggets!”

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Where was this 020

“Endless Shrimp is back at Red Lobster, only for a limited time! You’ll be able to score all-you-can-eat shrimp for only $14.99! You can head on over to Red Lobster Endless Shrimp 2012 for more details.”
“Republican Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey normally isn’t effusive about President Obama. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s destruction in the Garden State, Christie had nothing but praise for the man ...”

Oh My Gosh 014

Oh My Gosh, Oh My Gosh, Oh My Gosh, Free Taco Bell Doritos Locos Taco!

From Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, 2012, “The SEMA Show draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products to one place, Las Vegas,” while Hurricane Sandy rages.
“Our home city, New York City, is underwater in a massive deluge from Hurricane Sandy. It’s been quite an eventful night. Amazingly, some of us still have ...”
Some parking lots to have limited access
or limited parking at times this week
Steal a Base, Steal a Free Taco Bell Doritos Locos Taco
“Several parking lots will have limited access or limited parking this week. Planned closures are:
  • The entrance and exit to the Carlsen Center upper west parking lot from the Carlsen Center north circle will be closed from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30. The lot will be accessible through the entrance and exit on the south side of the lot.
  • Both of the entrances and exits to the parking lot immediately south of the ITC will be blocked from 5 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30.
  • The entire lower west Carlsen Center garage will be closed from noon to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30.
  • A total of 12 spaces in the lower Regnier Center garage will be blocked from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30.
  • A total of 12 spaces in the lower Regnier Center garage will be blocked from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Oct. 31.
  • The entire south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be blocked on Thursday, Nov. 1.
  • A total of 20 spaces in the lower Regnier Center garage will be blocked from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2.”
Should one choose to view the following, then one will have the first episode of Season Three of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic spoiled, at least through the second commercial break.
MLP:FiM S3 Preview in GLORIOUS 360p
“Hopefully now with synched audio... DISCLAIMER: All content shown within this video is property Hasbro Studios, The Hub, and their respective owners.”
JCCC women’s cross country wins region, men finish 4th DSW has The Glass Slipper Collection, to market Disney Princess-styled extravagance
Source: Yahoo! Shine
“Last year, the JCCC women’s cross country and track program captured its first Region VI triple crown, winning titles in cross country, indoor and outdoor track. This year, the cross country team cleared the first hurdle in a quest for a second triple crown by winning the Region VI Cross Country Championships, hosted by JCCC. The Lady Cavaliers edged Allen Community College by three points to claim first place. The JCCC men finished fourth overall.

Three Lady Cavaliers finished among the top 15 finishers which earned them All-Region VI honors. Jessica Thomas led the way placing sixth with a time of 19:38.1. Also in the top 15 were Emily DeLong at 10th place (19:51.8) and Michala Ruder at 14th (19:57.3). The JCCC men had just one runner earn All-Region VI. Kidus Bekele crossed the finish line in 15th place with a time of 26:18.4.

Both teams will compete at the NJCAA Cross Country Championships Nov. 10 in Ina, Ill., followed by the NJCAA Half Marathon Championships a week later in Levelland, Texas.”

Monday, October 29, 2012

Forever Alone

Inclined towards pessimism, “The Mass of Men Lead Lives of Quiet Desperation,” and I often feel a sense of Gloom, Despair and Agony on me, which The Kansas City Chiefs certainly are not helping.
I live with my two parents and two younger sisters, and I no longer have the ambition to move out of their house.
When I was young I was afraid of the dark
Source: Just Feelin’ Good
I am Forever Alone, “an exploitable character that is used to express loneliness and disappointment with life,” what is love?
Men and Women Can’t Be ‘Just Friends’: Scientific American
“Researchers asked women and men ‘friends’ what they really think—and got very different answers.”

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Summary of Improv Goals 027

If one was to “walk around the left side of the building, and to the Underground Theater in the rear of the lot” on the evening of Friday, October 5, then one would have seen one of our best shows in Lawrence to date.
My personal highlight was my character Jane; she always referred to herself in the third person, and the final scene of the last set was Jane and a questionable doctor.

I said, “Jane burns. Jane burns below.”
Our shows alternate weekly between the Underground Theater and the ECM at KU, where we were last night and the audiences have been full for our last two shows. The opening set featured John, Frank, Joel, David, Justin and I. Kaden Koharrick, a guest group from Colorado Springs, played second; and the ensemble One performed last.
The ensemble One plays at the ECM
In regard to the short-form games, in which I played, John remarked,

“I wouldn’t change a thing about that set.”

Friday, October 26, 2012

News of the Day 034

StemTech conference draws volunteers, could impact service
Princess Celestia before Hurricane Pinkie Pie strikes the cake
Source: Queen Chrysalis
“JCCC is hosting the League for Innovation’s StemTech Conference which begins Sunday, Oct. 28, and ends at noon Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Scores of faculty and staff have volunteered to work at the conference, and the college is truly grateful for their efforts.

Because of the number of volunteers, some services on campus may be affected. This will be especially true in Information Services. Please be patient if you experience service delays, and know that the JCCC employees volunteering for StemTech are advancing the good reputation of the college.”
The Kansas City Chiefs return this Sunday.
“In Cloud Atlas, opening today, six different stories in different time periods are woven together to create a thrilling composite story about liberation and revelation.”
JCCC women’s hoops team ranked seventh in preseason
Classy high heels and iron weights harbor my perverse sexual lust
Source: Moore Minutes
“The JCCC women’s basketball program will open the campaign ranked seventh in the NJCAA D-II Preseason Poll. This is third straight year JCCC has opened the season ranked in the top 10, and the 13th straight year to be ranked in the preseason top 20.

Last year, the women’s basketball team finished 32-3, was ranked No. 1 for 15 consecutive weeks and won the East Jayhawk Conference title with a perfect 18-0 mark.

Under the direction of Ben Conrad, the Lady Cavaliers have completed three straight 30-plus win seasons, accomplished by just one other coach in Kansas Jayhawk Conference history. The Lady Cavaliers have also won 13 consecutive Region VI titles and have nine NJCAA Tournament appearances, including each of the previous three seasons.”

A second out of phase 018

The Spice Girls entreat me, “Say You’ll Be There,” so I suppose that I will be at the meeting of the Anime Club of JCCC, and later Super Halloween Improv FunPartyTime!
E`xito act anecdotes, “I have won nothing; truth is Poetic Tragedy.”
Wheel of Morality turn, turn, turn; tell us the lesson that Doctor Who should learn.
 What you need to know about the upcoming ‘Frankenstorm’
“Folks out on the East coast of the United States and Canada are bracing themselves for what could be a remarkably severe storm, one that has been dubbed ‘Frankenstorm’ on account of its tripartite composition.”
2012 Presidential Campaign from an SEO Point of View | SEO Vote 2012
“See how Barack Obama and Mitt Romney stack up side by side when it comes to SEO statistics like search volume, website traffic or even twitter followers.”

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Windows 8 hits Akihabara

Egocentric Universe: Celebratory note 035 stated that I had been made an administrator of the page Princess Cadance & Shining Armor (My Little Pony Friendship is Magic), to which I am utterly addicted; some days, I have even forsaken this blog and Twitter, so I will draw attention to this post.
As Windows 8 hits Akihabara, my father has a new computer on his desk, and his old system is on my desk.
Windows, Staple of Most PCs, Gets a Major Makeover
“The radical new design is likely to cause some head-scratching when Windows 8 goes on sale this Friday.”
OK OK OK, I also received an offer that I cannot refuse in my Yahoo! Mail from Papa John’s Pizza, and the obligatory image follows.
Catherine eating pizza
Source: Catherine eating pizza. This is oddly arousing. (J-List)

News of the Day 033

Honors symposium is Oct. 26
Rarity in glasses is wonderful meganekko
“JCCC faculty, staff and the community are invited to attend the Fall 2012 Honors Symposium planned for 11:10 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. Friday, Oct 26, in GEB 238. The symposium provides an opportunity for students to present a paper or project they have completed in partial fulfillment of requirements to graduate from the Honors Program.

The program includes:
  • 11:10 to 11:30 a.m. Michelle Wiles, A Picture of Bankruptcy: Through the Lens of Kodak
  • 11:30 to 11:45 a.m. Donna Sanders, Energy Efficiency of JCCC Campus Buildings
  • 11:45 a.m. to noon, Laura Murcia, Childhood Reading
  • Noon to 12:20 p.m. Break
  • 12:20 to 12:35 p.m. J.J. Wang, Compassion, are you still there?
  • 12:35 to 12:50 p.m. Sulgi Yoon, One People, One Nation, One Korea
“The pro-President Obama lawyer Gloria Allred is reportedly preparing to strike the Republican presidential hopeful's chances by unearthing some sort of secret or scandal,” said some sort of news.
Mitt Romney -- Court Battle Over His Involvement in Bitter Divorce
“Mitt Romney was heavily involved in the extremely messy divorce of one of his key supporters ... and the Boston Globe is going to court first thing…”
Booktalk group to discuss ‘The Destiny of the Republic’ on Oct. 26 Final Fantasy Girl’s Generation
“The JCCC booktalk group will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26, in GEB 258 to discuss local author and former JCCC student Candace Millard’s latest book, The Destiny of the Republic.

There’s insanity, assassination and inventions—who could ask for anything more! Lynda Ochs will facilitate.

Please note the shift in time and location from the regular meeting time and place.”
My friend Denton is proud to find his Zombie Jeep is featured in a story.
Zombie Squad to tout preparedness at library /
“Just in time for Halloween, the Kansas City chapter of The Zombie Squad will come to the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont, today to give advice on disaster planning, home winterization and dealing with legions of the undead.”
Secrets of the Student Success Center revealed in video
“I want a doctor, to take your picture, so I could look at you from inside as well. I’m turning Japanese, turning Japanese, I really think so.” ♬
Source: “I want a doctor, to take your picture, so I could look at you from inside as well. I’m turning Japanese, turning Japanese, I really think so.” ♬ (J-List)
“Have you ever wondered what the Student Success Center is and what services it provides? Take a look at this short video.”

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Stale zaniness 030

Pre-enrollment for spring 2013 credit courses begins at 8am on Oct 22 thru Oct 24. Open enrollment for spring 2013 credit courses begins at 8am on Oct 25. Enrollment for spring 2013 CNA AVHO-102 credit courses begins at 8am on Oct 26.
Spring enrollment opens Thursday morning; systems impacted
“Spring enrollment opens at 8 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 25. Knowing system load is at a peak during heavy enrollment days, adjustments are being made to help with Banner and MyJCCC performance Thursday morning. These changes will be in effect from 7 to 11 a.m. Thursday.
  • All JCCC staff logging in to Banner should use this direct link rather than logging in through MyJCCC.
  • All automatic notifications coming from Banner will go out after 11 a.m.
  • Personal and Campus Announcements in MyJCCC will be disabled until 11 a.m.
  • Payroll process moved from Oct. 25 to Oct. 24.
If you have other ideas how your area could help adjust support processes Thursday morning, please contact the Centers for Disease Control to remove your phone numbers from lists used to conduct government telephone health surveys.”
The more progressive of my friends have used, “[a] new app that shows which political candidates you side with based on the issues selected most important to you,” and found that they agree more with Jill Stein, candidate from the Green Party.
Top 15 Liberal & Democrat Criticisms of President Obama
“Dissent is patriotic, as these Democrats and liberals aptly demonstrate.”
‘Dreaming big: Helping undocumented immigrant youth
achieve their potential’ is Oct. 24
Free & Equal - Fighting for a more equal election process
“‘Dreaming big: Helping undocumented immigrant youth achieve their potential’will run from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24 in COM 319. The program includes:
  • Presentation will discuss the work the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education (CCCIE) is doing
  • An immigration attorney will explain the components of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
  • The film ‘Admissions’ will be shown
  • Kansas and Missouri Dream Alliance and Latinos United Now and Always (LUNA) members will discuss resources and their efforts in raising awareness”
Earl fa-books, “I Am America (And So Can You),
the best-written book ever written by Stephen Colbert.”
Stephen Colbert for President 2012
Source: Enjoy Yums-All Natural Pet Treats
Fact Check: Who Bent the Truth More During Final Presidential Debate - The Blaze
“Below is the fact check written and published by the Associated Press following Monday night’s final presidential debate.  –    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Voters didn’t always get the straight goods when President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney made their case for foreign policy and national...”
Earl fa-books, “Time magazine is soaking wet and clueless.”Time magazine is soaking wet and clueless.
Source: J-List

A pony in command, a pony in the lead, and more serious than other entries
President Mitt Romney | Lubbock Online | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
“Mitt Romney looked and acted presidential and Barack Obama did not. Mitt Romney was the happy warrior. Romney smiled throughout the debate. Romney enjoyed the debate and maintained control and calmness throughout the debate. Romney spoke of the big picture and his vision for the future.”
Again, and again, and again, South Park is right,
In a televised debate, it’s always between a giant douche and a turd sandwich.”

Monday, October 22, 2012

As perfect a Thursday 008

Thursday, I awoke earlier than Friday, yet I still left home at about the same time. Friday morning, according to Kansas City’s Morning News, the sky-way’s jammed; two injurious accidents slowed traffic on south-bound I-35, so I wisely took an alternate route, and found breakfast at McDonald’s.

My first propaganda poster for Lyra Heartstrings.
“Play the 2012 MONOPOLY Game starting 9/25/12 at McDonald’s® or online at for your chance at millions of prizes! Prize Restrictions Apply.”
On Thursday, I took my car to Waterway® Gas & Wash Company and had the interior cleaned. As a consequence of that action, my payment to Citibank will be another thirty days late. On Friday, I skipped the meeting of the Anime Club of JCCC, and I took advantage of this offer at the 75th Street Brewery. After a nap, I met my sisters and some of their friends at Arby’s. Later, at the home of Denton, we watched the German film 7 Zwerge, which is 7 Dwarves in English, is available on Netflix, and is honestly the most funny thing that I am seen in much time.

We apologize 012

Parking limited in the Regnier Center garage next week
Source: Women’s Rights News
“Parking will be limited at times in the lower Regnier Center garage next week.

Scheduled closures are:
  • A total of 48 spaces in the south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be unavailable on Tuesday, Oct. 23: 42 spaces will be closed from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., and an additional six will be closed from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • The entire south half of the lower Regnier center garage will be closed from 7 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24.
  • A total of 25 spaces in the south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be closed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25.”
Because time is slipping away, we apologize for the lack of updates. I have a forthcoming post about Friday. Saturday and Sunday will be covered in another post, and afternoon naps make fools of us all.
I hated TRAFFIC this morning. On the bridge, two Ford trucks with trailers needed to cross four lanes of Shawnee Mission Parkway in order to turn left to access the interstate, about which I should be thankful because their required wide berth gave me room to cross two lanes to turn left myself.
An officer had stopped someone on the right, so all three lanes had to slow and watch; I exited the highway to re-enter on the other side of the 75th Street bridge.
The Overland Parkway was not so bad, but when I was exiting, a BMW was in the lane to turn left, then decided to turn right at the last moment.
“Craving Tots and Cheese? Stop by SONIC today and enjoy a medium order of Chili Cheese Tots for just $.99! Please mention text. Limit 2. Valid 10/22 only.”
As I approached that last traffic signal, the Chevy Equinox at the end of the long second lane finally noticed the inside lane was available, and almost caused a crash with me. All of this might have been fine, except that I was already late for work, and then I still had to go back to my car for the breakfast sandwich that I had left behind.
“Tonight The Hamster is back with a Top Gear Top Fails special and then the season 2 premiere of Crash Course. It all starts at 9:00 p.m. Eastern /8:00 p.m. Central.”
Cowardin exhibition opens Oct. 28 in Hawaii It's going to be a Dashing Summer
“Mark Cowardin, associate professor, fine arts, who is currently serving as a visiting artist at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, has an exhibition opening Oct. 28 in the Commons Gallery at the University of Hawaii’s Art Department.”

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Pinkie Pie, you are so random

This Week’s TV: Proof that We Live in a Golden Age of Television Weirdness
American Horror Story is back, and quite possibly twice as insane as last season. Plus Walking Dead ups the ante, proving that basic cable horror is a flourishing genre at last.”
Kitto I must write a disclaimer about strong language, which appears below this political segue, “Obama is back, and quite possibly twice as insane as his previous four years.”

Source: Liberals are Hypocrites
Lone Boy | John Picacio Calendar & Loteria Cards
Lone Boy is the home for creator-owned works by artist John Picacio. The company’s first product offerings will include the 2013 John Picacio Calendar, followed by a new vision of the classic Mexican bingo game, Loteria, featuring all-new art by the artist.”
As I have had a desire to create a post about our first improv show from the Underground Theater in Lawrence, “I began to wonder how of much creative work is simply a product of compulsion,” so stale zaniness and my web wanderings coalesce like Bored, Unmotivated Main Characters in Anime.
Fluttershy sees Pinkie Pie as a Moosey Moose Moose Moose
Moosey Moose Moose Moose by ~DeathPwny on deviantART
“It’s largely about how it feels in the mouth. Once a piece of cheddar has been heated to around 150°F, the matrix of milk proteins that provide …”
Two to three times per week, I eat Hot Pockets at work,
and once they have cooled, they do not seem as good to me.
A cute picture of furry little Best Friends
Source: I feel bad for laughing. And getting hungry. (J-List)
Richard Scarry's lovable characters come to life on stage Nov. 16
The Hub premieres Season Three of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic on Saturday, November 10
Source: The Hub
“The adventures of Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm and their unforgettable friends will come to life on stage at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, when Koba Entertainment presents Richard Scarry's Busytown: Busytown Busy at Yardley Hall.

Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for youth ages 12 and under. They are available through the college box office at 913-469-4445 or online. Remember, JCCC employees can purchase up to four tickets to Performing Arts Series shows at half price. The special employee pricing is available in person or by telephone at the box office, but not online.

The production captures the incredible world of Scarry's characters, which has been enjoyed by families for more than 50 years. Busytown will be hosting a talent contest and the friends will be discovering their true talents – with lots of laughter and only a few hiccups along the way.

The show is designed for children pre-kindergarten to second grade.

Two performances for schoolchildren will be held earlier in the day, at 9:45 a.m. and noon. Schools interested in participating should visit to make reservations or contact Angel Mercier at 913-469-8500, Ext. 4221. The school shows are part of the college's Arts Education outreach program.

Read more about Scarry and the production here.”

A Look at Season Three (supplemental)

Oh My Gosh, Oh My Gosh. Oh My Gosh! News from Twilight Sparkle
Source: The Hub
“Guess who’s back in the saddle? EW can exclusively reveal that all-new episodes of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic — the colorful kid’s series....”
Season Three premieres on Saturday, November 10!
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic : Season 3 Failure Success Song
“Download : MediaFire News : Equestria Daily Lyrics : I was ...”
The preceding video, as well as the following,
My Little Pony Friendship is Magic - Crystal Fair Song - Season 3
“Lyrics: Princess Cadence needs our help her magic will not last forever / I think we could do it but we need to work together...”

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Second Presidential Debate

First Lady Michelle Obama, and Ann Romney, wore pink at the Second Presidential Debate. October is the month for Breast Cancer Awareness.
First Lady Michelle Obama, and Ann Romney, wore pink at the Second Presidential Debate. October is the month for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Source: Yahoo! News
“President Obama and Mitt Romney covered a wide range of topics in the second of three presidential debates, held on Tuesday night at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Here is a look at some of their statements and how firmly they are grounded in fact.”
Initially, I was disappointed in Romney, and I honestly think that Obama was a close second. Although I appear strong and unaffected by criticism, underneath, I am actually quite moody and emotionally vulnerable, and my political supportrises and falls like the sun,’ so Sting and The Police perform, “I’m So Happy I Can’t Stop Crying,” while I am drowning in my tears.
Nation Tunes In To See Which Sociopath More Likable This Time
Millions Head To Internet To Figure Out Their Own Opinions About Debate
“NEW YORK—Following tonight’s debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney, millions of Americans took to the Internet to read the views and responses of others so that they themselves could ultimately figure out ...”
Green Day performs “Paranoia,” which can be illustrated, “I had visions, I was in them / I was looking into the mirror / To see a little bit clearer / The rottenness and...”
“Kurt Nimmo | Bizarrely, the establishment media continues to pretend there is a widening chasm of difference between Obama and Romney.”
I quote Know Your Meme, “‘You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means’ is used to call out someone else’s incorrect use of a word or a phrase.”
I am however fortunate; today is quickly passing. Last night, pharmacological and psychosomatic factors did not allow me to sleep well, so I listened to Pandora from 2:00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

A Look at Season Three

The Hub aired “Swarm of the Century” on Sunday, and the following videos may spoil the first episode of the coming season.
 Once you Party with Parasprites
My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic : Season 3 Failure Success Song
“Download : MediaFire News : Equestria Daily Lyrics : I was ...”
The preceding video, as well as the following,
My Little Pony Friendship is Magic - Crystal Fair Song - Season 3
“Lyrics: Princess Cadence needs our help her magic will not last forever / I think we could do it but we need to work together...”

On stage at the same Time

To explain the absence of any post yesterday, I will recall the last line from Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, as heard as I left of home of Denton last night, “Amp vs. amp? We’re going on stage at the same time?”
I now have every pony for my story between Princesses of Night and Day

While slow on the uptake, I often receive new ideas through sudden insights. I realized in American history in high school, “They take several chapters to describe events that happened at the same time,” which may have also happened recently on this blog.
After work on Monday, I was en route to the SureWest Customer Center, so I went to Danny’s Bar and Grill for lunch. Later, I made my payment at Verizon Wireless. My mother will return home today, but I napped for two hours before my visit with her yesterday. Before the home of Denton, I had dinner at the official Hardee’s® restaurant on Metcalf, where they apparently remodeled last year.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

This is a Dynasty

For the first time in many days, I listened to Pandora,
and one of the songs was “This is a Dynasty” by Kaskade.
Sometimes I wish Friendship is Magic was a darker, grittier show with serious topics and fights. Until then, I guess I have to settle with fan-art.
“Red Bull’s amazing 24 mile plus Stratos Space Jump just came to the exact conclusion that everyone wanted. Austrian Felix Baumgartner just touched down in Roswell, NM after going to the edge of space in a balloon and jumping out.”
The Hub aired “The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000” and “Bridle Gossip” on Saturday, and “Swarm of the Century” and “Read It and Weep” on Sunday. Because I was at ComedyCity, and forgot to set the DVR, I missed Bleach on the Adult Swim last night.
As their bare breasts touch, Arrancar and the former Tres Espada Tier Harribel and Arrancar Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck ask you to like the Offical Bleach Page.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Here comes the Rain again

A music duo now disbanded but known to reunite from time to time,” the Eurythmics say, “Here comes the rain again. Is it raining with you?”
Vinyl finally makes her appearance. She works as a radio host and DJ, reporting on a spot of news here and there but otherwise broadcasting jazz and swing
Storms Moving Through…Severe Chances
“Well the night was loud for a couple of hours and now the late AM is wet as a batch...”
On BBC America, I have just begun to watch my fourth hour of Star Trek: The Next Generation, so I have been distracted while writing this post. I have yet to today visit my mother, and I am going to Holy Cow’s Last Show at Improv Thunderdome: Championship 10.

Friday, October 12, 2012

Shadows of the Night

Part of Regnier Center garage closed Friday
Something obviously went wrong. It's another scene that was cut from episode.
“The entire south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be closed from 6 to 9:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12.”
“Be honest with me, guys, if you’re really just Keanu Reeves in disguise, you all should re-blog this,” quotes DannyBrony’s tumblr and schtuff, and while a transcript of the debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan is provided by NPR, let us hear from The New American Magazine, which I perceive to be moderate and possibly libertarian.
Paul Ryan Sinks Himself in VP Debate With Joe Biden
“Paul Ryan spoke clearly during the vice presidential debate but failed to articulate any substantial differences between the Republican and Democrat tickets. By Thomas R. Eddlem”
Knight is speaker for Oct. 12 Noon at the Nerman discussion program
Not really sure where I was going with this one. This was more of an experiment than anything else. I knew for a fact I wanted to try a slightly differed...
“Lisa Knight, adjunct professor, English, and Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art docent, is the speaker for Noon at the Nerman discussion program at noon Friday, Oct. 12.

Knight will discuss Leo Villareal’s Microcosm. (2007, white LEDs, custom software, electrical wiring and hardware: unique/site specific installation, collection Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, 2007.71).

Participants should meet at noon in the lobby of the Nerman Museum and will walk to the artwork from there.

Noon at the Nerman is a weekly interdisciplinary program examining works of art on view at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art or on campus. Students, staff and visitors will gather at the Atrium at noon on Fridays then walk to one of the artworks on campus or in the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art to hear a JCCC faculty or staff member speak briefly on that work of art.

It’s free, and no reservations are required.

Interested in presenting? Contact Allison Smith, professor of art history.”
My Way News has a FACT CHECK: Slips in vice presidential debate. In truth, reactionary partisans may be doing all the same things over and over again: republicans say, “Biden Unleashes Torrent of Vomit on Debate Stage,” and democrats say, “Ryan Chugs down Rhino Horn and Bull Semen Shake for Mid-Debate Boost.”

Where I will become partisan, one criticism of Biden was about his laughing at the issues, to which the Campus Liberty Alliance refers with the following passage:
If a wise man has an argument with a foolish man, the fool only rages or laughs, and there is no rest.
Source: Judge Andrew Napolitano via Capitalism
Bible Gateway passage: Proverbs 29:9 - Amplified Bible
“If a wise man has an argument with a foolish man, the fool only rages or laughs, and there is no rest.”
Although I appear strong and unaffected by criticism, underneath, I am actually quite moody and emotionally vulnerable, and my political supportrises and falls like the sun,’ so when I went to visit my mother, I was pleased to again hear my personal anthem for the campaign for Romney on 105.1 JACK FM.
Pat Benatar: “Shadows Of The Night” (1982)
“From the album Get Nervous, 1982.”
This morning, another observation may also be made:
I have had more time by which to blog.