The Internet is rising up in protest on February 11th

Friday, November 30, 2012

Postscript to Experiment 030

JCCC debate team ranked 15th in nation
TIME TO SHINE by ~Wolframclaws on deviantART
“The JCCC debate team was ranked 15th in the nation in the most recent set of national rankings produced by the Cross-Examination Debate Association.

The team is ranked ahead of traditional debate powerhouse schools such as Emory University, Wake Forest University and Harvard and ahead of regional institutions including Missouri State University, Kansas State, Wichita State, University of North Texas and Baylor.

Rankings are determined by the number of preliminary and elimination rounds teams have won at tournaments they have attended. More than 100 member institutions are included in the report.”
A resolution to be debated is to what experiment I could be writing a postscript.
“Let’s start by exonerating the father in this scenario because just by looking at this chick, you can tell it was her idea. Her old man was probably...”
I suppose that sixteen cents remained in my checking account could be a success.
Fox Business Network scores lawsuit victory over Treasury Dept.
“The Fox Business Network (FBN) earlier this week won an order from a federal magistrate judge mandating the Treasury Department release documents it has long withheld regarding the 2008 government ...”
Quivira Road to eastbound I-435 ramp
expected to open last Wednesday

yes, I drew scoots oh, I forgot her cutie mark! oh, wait.. NO I DIDN'T
Scoots World by *Iopichio on deviantART
“The Quivira Road to eastbound I-435 ramp is scheduled to reopen to all traffic sometime during the day Wednesday, Nov. 21. The ramp has been closed for reconstruction work since Wednesday, Feb. 29.

In addition, all permanent traffic movements will be in place at the I-435 and Quivira Road interchange sometime during the day Wednesday, Nov. 21. This means that all ramp and all permanent lane (including turn) movements on Quivira Road at the I-435 interchange will be opened to unrestricted traffic.”
The new bridge did indeed open on time, and Thomas R. Eddlem comments, “All of official Washington is fearful of the so-called ‘fiscal cliff’ on Jan. 1 and saying the wild trillion-dollar deficit spending should continue.”
“Remember that movie they made you watch in 6th grade, the Eames Brothers’ ‘Powers of Ten’? It starts out one meter above a picnic in Chicago, then zooms out ten times, and out another ten times, and in three minutes...”
I was a indignant when NPR quoted Grover Norquist,
Pink Unicorns Aren’t Real and GOP Won’t Break Tax Pledge,”
because contrary evidence exists as well as some fresh zaniness.  
Princess Cadance is the most befitting version of this meme, Milkshake pony
Source: Princess Cadence via Princess Cadance is best Milkshake pony.
by ~DrPancakees on deviantART
North Korea Has Found a Secret Unicorn Lair, Apparently
“‘Archaeologists of the History Institute of the DPRK Academy of Social Sciences have recently reconfirmed a lair of the unicorn rode by King Tongmyong, founder of the Koguryo Kingdom.’ reports the — wait. Stop. UNICORNS?”
Antennas Up, Ad Astra Arkestra! come to JCCC Dec. 1
Oh no... it's to late to save her now... My vision on Twilight being evil... Hope you like it!
MLP FIM - Twilight Sparkle Controled by Dark Magic by *Joakaha on deviantART
“Two local bands will raise the roof at Johnson County Community College next month.

Headliners Antennas Up will appear with opening act Ad Astra Arkestra! at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, in the Polsky Theatre of the Carlsen Center.

Tickets are $5 with a JCCC student ID or $8 for the general public, and are available at the Carlsen Center Box Office, 913-469-4445, online, or in room 106 of the Student Center on campus.

Antennas Up incorporates electro and pop into rock with a lot of energy and even more soul. This summer they released their second album, ‘The Awkward Phase.’

Ad Astra Arkestra! is described as playing psychedelic, punk, and a mixture of tropical music that one member of the band said you can ‘freak-out’ to.

The appearance is sponsored by the JCCC Campus Activities Board and the JCCC Performing Arts Series.”
Pinkie Pie from an alternate reality shared my page and a link therefrom!
Ego, and Our Egocentric Lives
“What is ego, why are we humans so egocentric, and can our ego ever be satisfied at some fundamental level so we no longer have to lead egocentric lives?”
Johnson County Chorus celebrates 35th season with holiday concert Dec. 9
And now Twilight, Sparkle in Your Dedication, since most of you seemed to want her next
Sparkle In Your Dedication by *BambooDog on deviantART
“Anita Cyrier will conduct the Johnson County Chorus as it celebrates its 35th season with ‘Starry Night,’ a holiday choral concert, at 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, in Yardley Hall of the Carlsen Center at Johnson County Community College.

The concert features music by Mozart as well as traditional holiday favorites and two works composed for the chorus by Eugene Butler in recognition of the anniversary and in celebration of its achievements. Butler is a nationally acclaimed composer and conductor who previously served as director of music at JCCC.

Guest artists are The Chalice Bronze, an award-winning hand bell choir from Raytown Christian Church.

The Choraliers, a select ensemble from the chorus, will present a preliminary concert of holiday favorites in the Carlsen Center lobby at 2:30 p.m. during a Brown &Gold Club reception.

The concert is free and open to the public.”

Thursday, November 29, 2012

I missed the Party 009

Join the hottest party this year, Bubble Bikini at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show!
Rob Ford Fan Fiction: Best Week Ever - Toronto Standard
“Rob Ford stepped out of bed, stretched his arms high up over his head and then all the way down to his toes. He laughed. He was still getting used to being able to do that. Surpassing his goal and losing 75 pounds during the Cut The Waist Challenge he and his brother Doug had set up as a media gimmick...”
Davidson is speaker for Nov. 30 Noon at the Nerman
Sweety Sweetie Belle's so sweet!
Sweety Sweetie Belle by *ErinLiona on deviantART
“Stacy Davidson, instructor, developmental education and Egyptian art scholar, is the speaker for Noon at the Nerman discussion program at noon Friday, Nov. 30.

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.”
General Motors’ Australian division Holden, the manufacturer of the Commodore sedan, and the former Pontiac G8, announced the development of a next-generation model to be sold as the Chevrolet SS
Source: Chevrolet
“Chevrolet today opened a new chapter in its storied racing history, unveiling its eagerly anticipated 2013 NASCAR Chevrolet SS race car. Powered by the legendary small block V-8 engine, the rear-wheel drive performance sedan will be Chevrolet’s newest entry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, beginning...”

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Oh My Gosh 015

Culinary team wins John Joyce Culinary Challenge
Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy walkin' through the forest laughin' back and forth at what the other'ne has to say
“The JCCC culinary team won the student team category of the John Joyce Culinary Challenge held at JCCC Nov. 9 and 10.

They competed against student teams from Metropolitan Community College, Omaha, Neb.; St Louis, Mo., Chefs de Cuisine; Ozark Technical College, Springfield Mo.; Pulaski Technical College, Little Rock, Ark.; and College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Mo.

JCCC students, faculty and alumni who won in the individual categories were:
  • Professional Category: Chef Edward Adel, faculty, gold; Sally Wilson, student, gold; Joseph Schulte, alumni, bronze

  • Student Category: Jessica Seeley, silver; Jewell Menon, bronze; Michelle Wilson, bronze; Jeff Way, bronze
The event is an ACF Sanctioned Culinary Competition hosted by JCCC every year. It is named in honor of Chef John Joyce who was a member of the culinary faculty and died in 2001.”
JCCC track program to host festival Dec. 8
Crystal Twilight
Crystal Twilight by =Fasint on deviantART
“The JCCC track and field program will host the inaugural youth and high school track festival on Saturday, Dec. 8, at the JCCC Fieldhouse. The festival will provide the competitors an opportunity to kick-start their winter training and competitive season. Entry fee for the event is $20, which includes up to three events. Admission for spectators is $5 for individuals or $10 for a family.

All entries can be submitted online. Entries are divided into separate links for youth and high school. Entries will remain open until Wednesday, Dec. 5.

The field events will begin at 1 p.m.; followed by the running events at 3 p.m. Event champions will receive a Johnson County Track Festival t-shirt.

For more information or questions, contact Brian Batliner, JCCC assistant track and field coach.”

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Electricians meditate: 1Ω

Since I have been home this afternoon, I have been watching Ink Master on Spike, where professionals in a given craft compete, so I can now understand the enjoyment that our friend and creative director John finds the reality shows Top Chef and Project Runway. I also find myself switching over to Sons of Anarchy on FX, yet I would rather be breaking bad than breaking dawn.
I know, it's been done already, and wonderfully so- Even so, I couldn't resist! Some episodes you pony the puns. And some episodes the puns pony you.
Breaking Babs by *PixelKitties on deviantART
Never mind the parasprites—here’s Pixelkitties!
”If you’re a brony or brony-curious, you’ve probably already seen the lighthearted My Little Pony illustrations by Pixelkitties, fan artist extraordinaire.”
On Monday, I went with my friend to a meeting of the City Council in the City of Shawnee. Both were a fascinating study in human behavior and dynamics of a group.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Humor vampirism 011

A good pun may be admitted, but there’s a danger in [punning] somebody too much; sometimes pun just ain’t enough to sustain a scene and interrupts the rhythm in a scene” would best summarize some recent critique from our friend and creative director John. While Frank may not have known the reference “beyond the pale,” a response was burked to a physical pail; this is also one of my deadly sins when I improvise.
These corresponding drawings are like random scenes. So I don't really know if they're in order or not. Even if they are from my head... XD
Source: Lyra (Friendship Is Tragic) via The Lie by *BambooDog on deviantART
USA Today Exclusive Clip from Magic Duel
OK OK OK, I should realize that not anyone is going to understand my references to the above show, yet I asked a friend, “What differences have you found in living in Manehattan compared to Fillydelphia?”
L’esprit de l’escalier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“L’esprit de l’escalier or l’esprit d’escalier (literally, staircase wit) is a French term used in English that describes the predicament of thinking of the perfect comeback too late.”

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Celebratory note 037

Congratulations for being awarded the Best Voice!
Summer fashions Pinkie Pie belongs to My Little Pony - Friendship is Magic Pinkie Pie
MLP - Summer Job by ~ZOE-Productions on deviantART
Oh, they gave you an award, too?
We already knew that this was true!

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday
Suddenly, the 90s again. Aika was a fun anime...
Source: Suddenly, the 90s again.
Aika was a fun anime about pantsu, if you couldn’t guess. (J-List)
“First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. November 27, 2010 was the first ever Small Business Saturday. Small Business Saturday is the day we celebrate the Shop Small movement to drive shoppers to local merchants across the U.S.

More than 200 organizations have already joined American ...”
I returned some titles to Redbox, and used a coupon to Goodcents Deli Fresh Subs,
so I suppose that I did my part.

Thoughts of tomorrow Today

For which I have more than a passing affinity, Transformers: Generation 1 airs on The Hub, before which I sometimes watch the Family Guy on the Adult Swim, where I saw an ad for the following.
STOMP Out Bullying - Love Our Children USA
Love Our Children provides Bullying Prevention and Bullying Prevention Programs to Prevent Child Abuse, Protect Children, Stop Child Abuse and Stomp out Bullying.”
My Little Pony Friendship is MagicOne Bad Apple” (Clip) - The Hub
Cutie Mark Crusaders
Source: DJ Pon3 (Vinyl Scratch) via Cutie Mark Crusaders by Maru
“The Cutie Mark Crusaders are crushed when Apple Bloom’s cousin, Babs Seed, rejects their invitation to become a fellow Crusader and instead becomes a bully ...”

Friday, November 23, 2012

Beyond the Pale

The Kansas City Star just charged me twice for my subscription this month. No! You are refunding my money, and cancelling my subscription. They got their money two weeks in advance, yet I must wait ten to fourteen days for my refund. I am forever done with them!

“For Americans, the third Thursday in November can mean lots of things, usually some combination of food, family, and football. But before all that, there’s the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The three-hour, 80-plus-year tradition starts at 9 a.m. and boasts 16 gigantic balloons. If you are ambitious...”
“Pure brilliance from the Harvard Sailing Team, who reunited for Thanksgiving just to make fun of obnoxious, holier-than-thou hipsters.”
Women’s hoops unbeaten this season
Introducing the Most Important Tumblr of the Year
Source: Lady Gaga
“The seventh ranked JCCC women’s basketball team improved to 4-0 on the season with another pair of blowout victories this weekend at KCKCC Classic in Kansas City, Kan. JCCC downed Wentworth Military Academy 85-29 Friday afternoon, and followed with a 68-34 win over Southwestern Community College Saturday afternoon. JCCC has now won 26 straight regular season games.”
“Ridiculing Shoppers in Line on Black Friday at Best Buy in Oceanside, CA. Mark Dice is a media analyst, social critic, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives.”
White People At Like Animals
All right, Robert Pattinson, you're in the awesome club, git on in here!
Source: I hope everyone is having/has had a good Thanksgiving if you’re in the U.S. We actually had a nice one too, scoring pumpkin pie, roasted chicken and even turkey from Costco. Next they’ll start selling... (J-List)
“From pale, a jurisdiction under a given authority; often held by one nation in another country, hence suggesting that anything outside their control was uncivilised.”

Thursday, November 22, 2012

You can walk or deny 022

Although we are all just supposed to vote democrat, some days one must quote Frank Lloyd Wright, “A free America... means just this: individual freedom for all, rich or poor, or else this system of government we call democracy is only an expedient to enslave man to the machine and make him like it.”

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Day late, ... short 006

I today unfriended someone who shared an image, ‘Israel is real Terrorism.’
“Associated Press reporter Matt Lee pressed State Department spokes-woman Victoria Nuland at Monday’s briefing to comment on Turkish Prime Minister.”
A time limit of three days was self imposed before any discussion of the outcome of the Presidential election, part of which is yet to come. Amazingly, this complicit and sycophantic media could not do any real reporting, like the above, before twice anointing an incompetent jackass.
“Two days after the national election on November 6, Brian Williams -- anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News -- made a peculiar comment during that Thursday’s edition of Rock Center, the network’s prime time news program. ‘With the election now over, it is once again safe to talk abut the economy…’”
If I only found what en-angers me every time I look into a monitor, then I would have no fun,  “I want a flugelhorn,” and like Andrea Libman, Tara Strong also made a little recording on the Twitter “Twilightlicious,” which inspired “Flutterlicious” and “Pinkielicious.”
“We stopped by Fluttershy’s cottage to spend a Hot Minute with her!”
Our refined Rarity rhymes, soon followed by “Rainbowlicious” and “Applelicious.”

“We stopped by Ponyville to spend a Hot Minute with the best flyer in all of Equestria -- Rainbow Dash!”
This blog, and computers from this era,
will be unreadable to archeologists in two hundred years; I don’t know, do you?

Monday, November 19, 2012

Have a little Faith in Me

Judge orders Hostess to mediate with union
“Twinkies won’t die that easily after all. Hostess Brands Inc. and its second largest union will go into mediation to try and resolve their differences, meaning the Irving, Texas-based company won't go out of business just yet. The news came Monday after Hostess moved to liquidate and sell off its as...”
Parking restrictions start today
Also available for Equestria LA Queen Chrysalis
“The following parking areas will be restricted starting at 6 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19:
  • The 30-minute parking spaces on the east side of the Carlsen Circle drive will be blocked for maintenance. These spaces may be blocked for the entire week, but will reopen upon completion of the maintenance.
  • Six spaces in the parking area southwest of the Carlsen Center upper west lot will be blocked for maintenance. These may be unavailable for the entire week but will reopen upon completion of the maintenance.”
On Crash Course, will Richard cut it as a barber? Will he fly or fall as a helicopter pilot?
Find out tonight on BBC AMERICA after a Top Gear Apocalypse special.

Steps to follow if you must be on campus during the break
This is a gift for a friend who loves Luna on the Canterlot Castle
“Faculty and staff are not encouraged to come on campus when the college is closed, such as holidays. Campus services cuts back on energy usage to save costs, and the police department reduces staff as well.

If you find that you must visit your work area during these times, please telephone police dispatch, when arriving on campus and inform them of your destination. Also phone dispatch as you are leaving. This will assist in making your work area as secure as possible.”

Sunday, November 18, 2012

I want a flugelhorn!

My Little Pony Friendship is Magic “Too Many Pinkie Pies” (Clip) - The Hub
Source: Andrea Libman
“Overwhelmed with making the difficult decision to choose just one friend to spend time with, Pinkie Pie avoids making the choice by using a magic mirror pond...”

Saturday, November 17, 2012

too many Twinkies

While I took advantage of the offer below, yesterday afternoon, Scott Parks and Dana Wright hosted Radioactive on KMBZ, and sent their new boss on the TWINKIE HUNT 2012: WHERE CAN WE FIND IT?
“The results are in and SONIC Cheeseburger rocked the vote! Valid 11/16 only, order a Cheeseburger and get a second one FREE! Please mention text.”
Wiggins to speak at Nov. 14 JCCC CEO meeting
Josh Elliott, George Stephanopoulos and others guffawed as they handed out Twinkies and treated the bankruptcy of Hostess and the loss of 18,500 jobs as a hilarious joke
Source: PSFK
“Joel Wiggins, president of the Enterprise Center of Johnson County (ECJC) will be the guest speaker at the JCCC CEO meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in RC 244.

The ECJC is home to many programs including the Mid America Angel Investors Network. Angel Networks throughout the US are made up of individual investors seeking opportunities to invest in promising business ventures. Wiggins will share how these networks function and how business owners can prepare themselves to seek financing from such groups.

Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting. You do not need to be a regular CEO member.”
MBH - my brain hurts
YBH - your brain hurts
I don’t know, do you?

Thursday, November 15, 2012

America Recycles Day

America Recycles Day

Element of Magic by *dreampaw on deviantART
“Today is America Recycles Day, but at JCCC, every day is Recycle Day! In 2010 we recycled 14 percent of our waste, in 2011 we recycled 18 percent, and so far this year we are headed for a recycling rate of 28 percent! Our goal of 50 percent is in our future.

We always turn our recycling revenue – more than $72,000 to date – over to the JCCC Foundation to go toward scholarships for JCCC students. To see just how much we are recycling and how much these efforts have supported JCCC student scholarships, check out our new recycling dashboard. Thanks to everyone for a great job.”

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Stale zaniness 031

JCCC music students perform two free concerts in December
Crystal Rarity holds the Crystal Heart
“Students from the music and theatre department at Johnson County Community College will perform two concerts in December.

The concerts, which are free and open to the public, take place at 7:30 p.m. in Polsky Theatre of the Carlsen Center. Seating is first-come, first-served.

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the Concert Band and the JCCC Midnight Express present ‘Swing Eighths Like Straight Eighths,’ conducted by Ron Stinson, music professor.

On Wednesday, Dec. 5, the Chamber Choir and MadRegalia present ‘Deck the Halls’ conducted by Terri Teal, music professor.

Read about the programs here.”
In a piece that I read in high school, veterans said that missiles,
projectiles used in warfare, do not so much whistle as much as they do crackle.
PlayDom community Blog
“A new visitor has arrived to your town! The Leprechaun King has stopped by to spend a little time in your town for his vacation. He will need a suitable lodging to stay in so build him the new Resort Hotel and start showing him around town today!”

Since 2006, HERSHEY’S Krackel has only been available 
in miniature for the assorted packages.
“‘I don’t know karate—but I know ka-razy’ –James Brown For the past eight years, I’ve been making a television show called NO RESERVATIONS. I wrote it. I executive produced it. And I appeared in it. My...”
Using Bing, may I guess that you might mean Crackle, the streaming service?
Domino’s – Large 2-Topping Pizza $5.99 Carryout OnlyConsumer Queen
Domino’s Pizza is offering a Large 2-topping pizza for $13.49, use coupon code 9159 and it drops to $5.99! Offer ends 11/21.”
Road closures planned
I know I haven't posted anything here for quite a while, but school's really been taking almost all of my time. Anyway the Season 3 premiere was awesome...
“The west College Boulevard entrance will close for road maintenance no later than 7 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, and is scheduled to reopen Sunday, Nov. 25. All work will be north of the warehouse and will not affect the warehouse entrance drives.

The east frontage road, east of the construction site for the Hospitality and Culinary building, will close for crosswalk repairs at 7 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19, and is scheduled to reopen Sunday, Nov. 25.”
I have forsaken the 75th Street Brewery today; also, Crackle is best dragon.

Monday, November 12, 2012

News of the Day 036

JCCC celebrates International Education Week Nov. 12 to 15
This piece was done to celebrate MLP Season 3
MLP Season 3! by *Jiayi on deviantART
“International Education Week is celebrated on campuses all over the United States each November. A joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education, this week celebrates ‘programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States.’

The JCCC community is invited to participate in the following events:
  • Monday, Nov. 12:
    • 1 p.m. International Education Week Preview, COM Lobby
    • 2 to 4 p.m. Asian Fall Festival, Buyback Lounge, first floor, SC
  • Tuesday, Nov. 13:
    • 9 to 11 a.m. Coffees of the World, COM second floor
    • 1 p.m. ‘Exploring Israel from Past to Present’ trip informational meeting, CC 332
  • Wednesday, Nov.14:
    • Noon, Neda Sarmast, ‘Nobody’s Enemy: Youth Culture of Iran’, GEB 233
  • Thursday, Nov. 15:
    • 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Celebration of Cultures, first floor lobby, CC
  • Friday, Nov. 15:
    • 2 p.m. International Roundtable Discussion led by LynnMarie Alexander, ‘Chinese Overseas in the Malacca Straits; A Snapshot of Today’s Peranakan in Singapore and Malaysia using Architecture, Food, and Custom as Tools of Cultural Revival’, GEB 264”
The Royal Order of Adjectives instruct me
that certain documents are in a burgeoning green folder.

Parking limited in some garages Nov. 14, 15 and 16
No. There's no Gak jokes here. Just the Princess being disappointed that you failed. She won't be your teacher anymore
“Parking will be limited in some garages next week. Planned closures are:
  • A total of 42 spaces in the south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be unavailable from 7 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14.
  • The entire Carlsen Center lower west garage will be closed from 12:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14.
  • A total of 24 spaces in the south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be unavailable from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.
  • A total of 24 spaces in the south half of the lower Regnier Center garage will be unavailable from 7 to 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 16.
  • The entire Carlsen Center lower west garage will be closed from 7 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 16.”

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Honor a veteran on Veterans Day

Honor a veteran by hanging a star
on the JCCC veteran/military service honor tree

Honoring all who served - Veterans Day
Source: The Bacon Brothers
“You’re invited to hang a star in honor of a veteran or military service member on the JCCC veteran/military service honor tree in the lobby of the Student Center. The tree will be on display through the month of November.

To hang a star, write the name of your honoree on one of the stars, pick out the color ribbon that best represents that person, loop the ribbon through the star and tie it off then hang your star on the tree.
  • Choose a white ribbon in memory of a family/friend who gave/lost their life in service
  • Choose a blue ribbon to honor a family member or friend who is serving
  • Choose a yellow ribbon for general support and thanks to all veterans and service members
  • Choose a black ribbon in recognition of someone who was a POW/MIA
  • Choose a purple ribbon in honor of Purple Heart recipients
  • Choose a red ribbon to honor a JCCC student or community member currently serving or who is a veteran”
Documentary premiere about Navajo Code Talker 
is centerpiece of JCCC Veterans Day commemoration
 Fear me you lords and lady preachers
Fear me you lords and lady preachers by =ponyKillerX on deviantART
“The premiere of ‘The Heart of a Warrior,’ an hour-long documentary about the life of Navajo Code Talker Samuel F. Sandoval, is the centerpiece for JCCC’s week-long Veterans Day commemoration.

The film was produced by the college’s video production department with help from JCCC staff and faculty. Its premiere is at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in Yardley Hall. The presentation is part of the Polsky Practical Personal Enrichment Series. It is free and open to the public, but reservations are appreciated.

The video premiere caps a week’s worth of JCCC activities with a veterans theme. Other programs are:
  • Free movie: The 2011 film ‘War Horse’ will be shown at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, and noon Wednesday, Nov. 9, in GEB 233.
  • Musical commemoration: Ron Stinson, professor, music, will perform ‘Taps’ at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, on the hill overlooking Commons Plaza. Immediately following, Ed Smith, research project coordinator, JCCC Center for American Indian Studies, will perform ‘Soldier Boy.’
  • Specials for veterans: JCCC staff and faculty veterans will be honored at a luncheon at noon Nov. 12 in RC 270. In addition, cards for free beverages at dining services locations will be available for students who are veterans or military service members in the JCCC Veterans Services Office, SC 319, and the US Bank branch in the JCCC Student Center will offer thank you gift bags for veterans and military service members.
  • Student veterans panel: JCCC student veterans will talk about their experiences at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, in SCI 222.”

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Keeping up the habit 009

Gak - Nickelodeon Toys - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia “Nickelodeon/Mattel’s most popular compound; the idea was taken from the Nickelodeon show Double Dare and Wham-O’s Super Stuff from the mid-60s. The original edition was manufactured in 1992, and then re-issued in 1994 for the Nickelodeon Deluxe Gift Set which included one canister of Nickelodeon Gak and two… ”

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

A time limit of three Days

In the time before Facebook, yet after Road Runner High Speed OnlineJoel Kershner and I chatted on the Windows Live Messenger and I subsequently learned about Wikipedia, where I frequently refer.
Daniel Craig returns as James Bond 007 in SKYFALL, the 23rd installment of the Bond series on screen in US THEATERS in three days, November 9, 2012
Three-day cycle and songs - The Legend of Zelda:
Majora’s Mask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Majora’s Mask imposes a time limit of three days (72 hours) game-time, which is about 54 minutes in real time. An on-screen clock tracks the day and time. Link can return to 6:00 a.m. on the first day by playing the ‘Song of Time’ on the Ocarina of Time. If he doesn’t, then the moon will …”
While South Park will have new episode about last night,
tonight imposes a time limit of three days (i.e., 72 hours)
until I will speak about the real event.
Al Gore dresses up as ManBearPig and sneaks up on the boys. Stan suspects that Al Gore is a lonely old man who's just trying to make some new friends.
Source: South Park
Obama Wins! (Season 16, Episode 14) - Full Episode Player
“Eric Cartman is hiding something in his bedroom that could change the entire outcome of the Presidential election.”
In the time before that premiere, I will be watching the following on PBS.
A magical empire has suddenly appeared in the arctic north of Equestria, and Princess Celestia needs Twilight Sparkle and her friends...
Source: My Little Pony
NOVA | Mystery of Easter Island
“A team of scientists and volunteers test a theory on how the ancient stone statues were moved, using a 15-ton replica.”
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic imposes a time limit
of three days before premiering the third season.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic imposes a time limit of three days before the premiere of the third season
Source: The Hub
“Twilight Sparkle teams up with her brother to take on the Smoke Monster-esque King Sombra in this exclusive clip from the upcoming season of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic.”

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

see what I did there 009

Winter is coming: Here’s how you can find out about snow days
SPOILERS! Vector of Celestia from MLP Season 3, Episode 1. Celestia using dark magic... Man, this season is going to be amazing!
Source: Bronies via Darklestia by ~Brisineo on deviantART
“As winter weather approaches, you can find out if the college is closed because of the weather in one of these ways:
  • The announcement will be posted on Twitter (you can follow the college at JCCCTweet) and on the college’s Facebook page.
  • Call the main college number – 913-469-8500 – to hear a recorded message. (Please remember that lots of calls will be coming into the switchboard, so it is not necessary to talk with the operator to confirm the recorded message.)
  • These TV stations have made arrangements to receive and announce closing notices: KMBC-TV 9, KSHB-TV 41, KCTV-TV 5, and WDAF-TV-4. Note that it can take a while for an announcement to appear on television, so you are encouraged to use one of the other vehicles as your primary source of information.
  • Several radio stations also receive and announce notices, including KCUR, KMBZ and KCMO. In addition, one station in Lawrence (KLZR) and Kansas Public Radio also communicate weather closings.
  • If the decision to cancel classes is made during the day, the announcement will also be posted on the digital signs, and faculty and staff will receive a message on InfoList.”
Source: Queen Chrysalis 
“In an astounding, little-reported act of hubris, Senate Republicans apparently killed a study by the non-partisan Congressional Research Service when its findings contradicted their favorite economic myth: that giving tax cuts to the rich helps anyone but themselves. After the study found that lower tax ...”
For safety’s sake: Take care when setting back your clocks

Source: Itty Bitty Twinkie Pinkie
“Remember we fall back one hour Sunday, Nov. 4, when daylight saving time ends.

When resetting the clock in your office/classroom, please avoid falls and possible injuries by using sturdy step stools or ladders to reach clocks. Also, if necessary, don’t hesitate to request assistance from a colleague or submit a service request to Campus Services.”
For safety’s sake: Take care with holiday decorations
It's the weekend. Get your freak on.
Source: BroBible
“Speaking of sturdy step stools and ladders, if you decorate your work area for the upcoming holidays, properly use these instead of a chair, table or your desk. In the past some JCCC employees have had near misses using improper devices to reach heights.”

Monday, November 5, 2012

I hope you feel better

The SEMA Show have their winners for hottest car and 4x4/SUV; I award the best shared pictures of the event to the Coker Tire Company. Pity, some exhibits exhibit no taste, and while that may make one ill, I have too been ill, yet because of phlegm. I was not at rehearsal yesterday; I took my time to rest, and Joel wished, “I hope you feel better.”
Source: The Lion King
The Ren & Stimpy Show - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ren & Stimpy Show, often simply referred to as Ren & Stimpy, is an American animated television series, created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi. The show premiered on August 11, 1991 on Nickelodeon as part of its Nicktoons block along with Rugrats and Doug. The series focuses on the titular character…”
I watched two episodes of the above series at the home of Denton tonight. At work, I have been given the task of documenting a process, and afternoon naps make fools of us all, so I have not had the time to properly write a post today.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Summary of Improv Goals 028

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, November 2, then one would have seen one of our best shows in Lawrence to date. Part of the honesty of this blog, last week we had higher energy, so that week may have been better. This week, the highlight of the first set, one which I can still remember, was the game of Hitchhiker, where the guesser (i.e., the driver of the vehicle) is sent outside while the other players are assigned a personality or quirk.
Julie is the sister of John, and was our guesser. For a vehicle Julie chose a scooter with a sidecar. John and I were among the five players. Julie correctly guessed our characteristics, and only John remained.

I ran up beside the scooter and said, “Hey, I own a theater! Your name is my name, too!”

Although Julie next guessed John McCain, she soon realized that John was John Boehner, once his position as Speaker [of the House] was mentioned.
For the middle set, we ran a format called Soap Opera, where we ask the audience for genre and a setting, was based on the suggestion, “Jersey Shore in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.”
In one of the first scenes, Frank and I noted the collapse of the club scene.
I dragged John on stage to be President Obama opposite my Chris Christie.
Gov. Christie: Obama has been ‘outstanding’
The following defines one of the stronger characteristics of this format.
Melodrama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“The term melodrama refers to a dramatic work that exaggerates plot and characters in order to appeal to the emotions. It may also refer to the genre which includes such works, or to language, behavior, or events which resemble them. It is usually based around having the same character traits, for example …”
While the Urban Dictionary defines the A.V. Club, the Roving Imp recalls The Mixer, where the names of improvisers are placed in a bowl and drawn at random to participate in scenes; whether he or she is in an ensemble or merely takes classes, any improviser present in the audience may play.
I sometimes wish I were immortal, so I could learn to create art like this wherein the subject is posing in a seductive manner
Source: I sometimes wish I were immortal,
so I could learn to create art like this

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Walk of Life

I somehow feel the need to disambiguate the title of this post, En route to our show at the Underground Theater in Lawrence on Friday night, David drove and played a collection greatest hits from Dire Straits, among the songs was Walk of Life, which is not to be confused with the local Walk for Life.Gosh, I sure do love limited color palettes
Source: Bronies via Pink-a-diddle-dee
by ~Cilantro-and-Milk on deviantART
Money for Nothing (song) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“‘Money for Nothing’ is a single by British rock band Dire Straits, taken from their 1985 album Brothers in Arms. It was one of Dire Straits’ most successful singles, peaking at number one for three weeks in the United States, and it also reached number one for three weeks on the U.S. Mainstream Rock …”
I have been ill today, so I will spare you those details,
and remind you to set your clocks back.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

This is senseless 025

The most disgusting thing done by the environmental lobby and this complicit, sycophantic media is to link severe storms to anthropogenic global warning. This president must already have a lease ready for February.
President Obama Blames Hurricane Sandy on Mitt RomneyToBeRIGHT
“In a stunning announcement, Barack Obama stated the Mitt Romney is personally responsible for the death and destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy.”
This is senseless. Kitto I must write a disclaimer about the strong language that will soon appear in this post.
“In a ridiculous new ad released by left-wing group with the help of Michael Moore, senior citizens are shown talking about what they'll do if Mitt Romney wins the election. Among the absurdities, ...”
This is senseless; I despise pranks.
Trick-or-treat! Now fork over the candy, kid, in the name of ‘fairness.’
Source: Things Liberals Hate
“Trick-or-treat! Now fork over the candy, kid, in the name of ‘fairness.’”
The following makes more sense than anthropogenic global warming.

Source: Alex Jones

As perfect a Thursday 009

Focus Point: Week 9 reporter, Rachel Santschi, takes a look at the Thursday Night match up against San Diego.”
JCCC student work airs
on KCPT’s ‘The Local Show’ Thursday

I finished this vector while I was taking a break from other projects and requests I didn't make the original version of this, I only edited it so that
Source: Bronies via Lookie what I can do!
by ~TheMightySqueegee on deviantART
“‘Farm to Table,’ a video story shot and edited by JCCC students, will air on KCPT’s The Local Show on Thursday, Nov. 1.

The story traces the food cycle on the JCCC campus, from harvest on the campus farm through preparation and serving in dining services, to compost.

The production is the work of current and former JCCC broadcast journalism students Amy Follmer, Jordan Renzelman, Matt Lepley, Elizabeth Seidel, Josh Browning, Richie Wolfe and Michael Czerniewski.

Molly Baumgardner and Joe Petrie are the JCAV advisers; they worked with the students, the JCCC Center for Sustainability and KCPT’s Nick Haines to produce the package.

Five additional packages are being produced by the students for the JCCC/KCPT collaboration.”
As perfect a Thursday 007 mentioned that my blood sugar, cholesterol and liver proteins were all high, so I must return more soon in two months for a new blood test and receive some education from Riverview Community Services in Kansas City, Kansas ...well, I am finally going to a meeting there today, yet I can certainly not make every meeting, because such would cost me an hour of work per week.

“NEW YORK—Following Hurricane Sandy’s destructive tear through the Northeast this week, the nation’s 300 million citizens looked upon the trail of devastation and fully realized, for the first time, that this is just going to be something...”
In that previous post, my Wednesday was not a good one, yet yesterday was nice to me this week. Besides dropping by Sonic Drive-In for 50 cent Corn Dogs, of which I had five, I paid my statement at the SureWest Customer Center, and I briefly spoke with Aaron at the Cavalier C-Store, before going to the meeting of the Anime Club of JCCC, where we discussed the acquisition of Lucasfilm by Disney and watched Blood+.

Aaron and I generally meet at restaurant to chat on Wednesday evenings. Last week, he went to visit to Mexico, about which I completely forgot to ask him. We initially agreed on Domino’s Pizza, which Aaron frequents and is across the street from the College. Aaron enjoyed his medium pizza, of which he graciously shared a slice with me. After the clerk informed me that they had no cups for water, yet kindly reminded me about their selection of bottled soft drinks, of which I cannot have because I am diabetic, I canceled my order. While clean, this location is woefully mismanaged and I will not be returning, 009.

Between the end of club, and my meeting Aaron, I unsuccessfully tried again to find Riverview Community Services, and I discovered Boorito at Chipotle Mexican Grill, where we later went.