Dude, I spy Oh's Cereal in that picture. Sold!
I used to really love cats and would get on icanhascheeseburger.com every day to admire them. But then over time I realized that cats are assholes, actually. If I'm going to have a pet, I want a pet that will be social, affectionate, protective, and maybe spare me some extra body heat when we snuggle - dogs all the way. The odds are pretty high that any given cat will have an avoidant, irritating personalty.
However, what really put the nail in the coffin lid for me on cats was the following article. Seriously, read it. Cats are giving us mind-controlling parasites that F up our lives: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2012/03/how-your-cat-is-making-you-crazy/308873/
We hold meetings in the alley behind Varsity Club...
Lmao, every speaking part was gold, especially ending the whole thing with an obligatory "r*ll t*de."
There are tons of spam bots and advertisers out there just generating garbage. It's pretty common, I'd say I end up blocking a few a week.
Lmao RIP Bernie's, I will not miss that rat hole other than for the litany of jokes I've been making about it for years.
Man, it seems likely that the 15th Ave apartment I spent my college career in is likely to disappear. Weird to think of it going away, but also good riddance because it was a dump, haha. Brenen's better find a new home nearby though or I'm gonna be upset, they still make my favorite chai teas.
Seriously F the NCAA.
I'd probably want to be a novelist, and maybe also dabble in editing etc. Or just getting paid to travel around and socialize would be magical. My current career does a pretty good job of paying the bills tho, so I guess I'm ok with reality.
I already made a plan for what I'd do if I won the Powerball when it was at like $450 Mil:
1.) Pay off my mortgage and student loans.
2.) Quit my job.
3.) Travel everywhere forever.
4.) Never miss attending another OSU game.
The good ol' 700 building representin'. :D
What kinds of works have you authored? :)
In advance of Easter...
I almost accidentally downvoted this because of how sad it made me. XD (But I didn't!)
This is definitely awesome, I hope we end up adopting it. :D I think I've also seen suggestions of drones potentially being used some day to create hi-def 3D models of substations and such - now THAT would make my life better.
I occasionally do distribution projects as well.
Your inspection technology definitely has me thinking of drones now, haha. Whatever it is that your company does, it probably does make my job easier, so thanks. :D
*grins* I work in Transmission. If your power is ever unreliable, it's the squirrels.
I studied electrical and nuclear engineering at OSU. I now work at a Fortune 500 power company. When I was a student I worked for OSU's College of Engineering writing Drupal modules and other fun little PHP scripts. I also used to run some pretty large online communities for creative writing. ^_^
I also have 3, but the third is strictly reserved for displaying an OSUFB background at all times.
You managed to get me sucked back in, haha. If the lights go out in Columbus while I'm busy trying to synthesize Woody Hayes out of TBDBITL and Brutus instead of working you can thank Unky Buck.
Lmao this is awesome, I know how I'll be wasting my free time later. XD
Columbus mayor Mike Coleman told Dispatch.com the film industry is the city's "new frontier."
I've been wondering if/when Columbus would hop on the film wagon, glad to see the city landing a decent sized fish.
Ok, don't judge me for confessing this, but I had never heard of The Wire until Walt's game day poster. I had to google someone's comment about Omar comin' to figure it out. I have since had a friend provide it for me on a hard drive, so I will soon learn what all the fuss is about.
As a direct result of this topic I'm also gonna start watching Twin Peaks on Netflix.
My favorite shows are:
Dexter (up to season 4)
The Walking Dead
Law & Order: SVU
And uh... It seems like I'm having a hard time remembering which other ones to list. I know I love dramas, wish my memory wasn't such garbage.
The Killing, yes! So, so good. Though the last season was a Netflix Original and didn't have the same writers I'm guessing because it was pretty off from the other seasons. Still worth the watch, completely.