“Here are a few things most don’t know about me.
1. Favorite smell? It is not dog-breath
2. Last time I cried? Yesterday, you’d forgiven me
3. Favorite Pizza? Sometimes
4. Favorite flower? Mary and the Witch’s Flower
5. Favorite animal? The song by Def Leppard
6. Did you go to college? Yes,
for which I will be paying the rest of my life
7. Untie your shoes when taking them off? Yes
8. Roller coaster? Never
9. Favorite ice cream? I like vanilla,
it’s the finest of the flavors
10. Shorts or jeans? Khakis are my life now
11. What are you listening to? Doc Hollywood Theme – I am the One and Only
12. A favorite TV show? Again?
13. Tattoos? Never
14. Hair Color? Yes
15. Eye Color? Yes
16. Height? the third dimension
17. Favorite food to eat? Yes
18. Favorite holiday? Yes
19. Beer or wine? Oh my God,
why are you asking me this? Did I whine well?
20. Night owl or early morning? Night owl
21. Favorite day of the week? „Ich wünsche, dass es Sonntag sein würde, wenn es mein Tag ist, um Spaß zu machen“
22. Do you have a nickname? My name is not Nick
23. Favorite season? Tasteless humor demands Cumin
24. Favorite place to get away? Home
25. Missing someone? I hit just where I was aimin’
26. Dream vacation? Some nights I do not sleep well
27. Regrets? Sorry, I was eating a Milky Way
28. Middle name? Oh, my god it’s Malcolm In Middle.
29. Ocean or lake? Neither, if I have to make a choice
30. Who do you think will do this?”
— WabithaWabbit (@StTabitha) April 15, 2017
“Am I a God at hand, declares the LORD, and not a God far away? Can a man hide himself in secret places so that I cannot see him? declares the LORD. Do I not fill heaven and earth? declares the LORD. (Jeremiah 23:23-24)”
Celestial Advice by cheezedoodle96 on DeviantArt
Once, I asked, “Is 22 April anything special?”
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY has been issued for 66202 Expires at 13:00 CDT on 05/03/13 @accuweather
— Christopher Hurt (@chris_m_hurt) May 2, 2013
“… link could be found to debunk every denier claim. But stick with me until the end of this because after WRITING what we know today on Global Warming – I had an objective revelation. UK Telegraph reports a list of peer-reviewed art…”
Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow (Season 9, Episode 8) – Full Episode Player
“A GLOBAL WARMING STATE OF EMERGENCY is declared in South Park. The world’s largest beaver dam breaks and floods the adjacent town of Beaverton. As the victims wait for help to arrive, everyone in South Park tackles priority number one: Who is to blame? Only Stan and Cartman know who’s really at fault …”
Once, I asked, “Is 22 April anything special?”
Well, a few years ago, my youngest sister was born on this date.
I’d like the miniature beast of burden with the common bird of the yard from the coast of California. 4sq.com/17eyYYu
— Christopher Hurt (@chris_m_hurt) April 22, 2013
“Mark your calendars for a variety of sustainability events across campus the week of April 22.
It’s called Earth Days – as in plural – because any day is a day to be a conscientious occupant of planet earth!
- Farm lunch buffet
- Bike-power blended smoothies
- Farm workday
- The Lorax
- And more!
Several events are free, though some do require RSVPs. View the full calendar for complete event lineup and for signup information where requested.”
Astronomy department presents Evening with the Stars April 20
Future Ganges Institute Rabomenzu | N Island [pixiv]
“The JCCC Astronomy Department presents Evening with the Stars at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, in GEB 233.
Photographer and amateur astronomer Tom Martinez will share his images, techniques and love for astrophotography.
Following the talk, weather permitting, Doug Patterson and Bill Koch, both JCCC professors of science, will host an observation of the night sky at the Paul Tebbe Observatory atop CLB. Visible objects include the moon, Jupiter, the Orion Nebula and the Beehive Cluster.
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact either Koch, or Patterson.”
For Wednesday, tomorrow and Thursday are the same day, yet I had spent part of the day with the idea that today was Thursday. Somewhere in the archives of Egocentric Universe, I have another post when I had confusion about the day or date, as the above author demonstrates.
VIDEO: Two Minute ‘Steins;Gate’ Anime Movie Trailer
”After an earlier teaser, Kadokawa has delivered the goods with a full two minute promo for ‘Steins;Gate Fuka Ryoiki no déjà-vu,’ the anime movie set to hit theaters on April 20th.”
Late into last night, I was watching YouTube, I suffered some from the loss of sleep, and actually asked myself, ”Is it tomorrow or Thursday?”
CelebrateMercy event to be held at JCCC April 13
world of books | Yu Tsurusaki [pixiv]
The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 13 in the Craig Community Auditorium.
The agenda for the evening begins with an interactive viewing of the CelebrateMercy webcast, followed by an hour of live entertainment and concluding with a question and answer session.
CelebrateMercy is a non-profit organization that aims to instill a deeper understanding of the Prophet Muhammad by teaching about his life and character. This mission is achieved through interactive webcasts, website, and social media outlets, featuring videos of globally prominent scholars and performers.
For more information on this event, please contact event coordinator.”
Hasbro Expands Transformers Brand Into New Media
“To Hasbro, there is no one too young or too old to play with a Transformers robot, watch a Transformers television show or play a Transformers video game.”
“The JCCC women’s track team posted a top 10 finish at the 2013 NJCAA Indoor National Championships last weekend at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. The Lady Cavaliers finished sixth overall, marking the 17th time in the program’s history they have finished among the top 10 at indoor nationals. It ranks as the highest team finish in Mike Bloemker’s five years as head coach. The JCCC men came away with a 16th place finish.
Two individuals for the women earned NJCAA All-American, and five total were Coaches All-American. The top two finishers in each event earn NJCAA All-American, and the top six individual American finishers and top three relays garner Coaches All-American.
Sophomore Monet Jackson topped the field in the weight throw with a winning mark of 56-3.75. She is the first JCCC athlete to win a national champion in the weight throw, and first JCCC national champion since 2005. Jordan Ross nearly was national champion in the high jump. She tied South Plains Ashley Johnson by clearing 5-6.25 (1.66m), but had to settle for second place based on the number of attempts taken. Both earned NJCAA and Coaches All-American.
The other three Coaches All-America honors were secured by Macy Ebert in the high jump (5th place), Jessica Tingle in the pole vault (3rd place) and Jalisa Brice in the triple jump (6th place).
On the men’s side, sophomore thrower Caniggia Raynor of Jamaica earned All-American. He placed second in the weight throw with a mark of 58-8.75.
The JCCC men had two relays finish among the top three American teams at nationals. The 4×400 team of Mark Sitek, Kurt Vukas, Nickson Baselle and Hans Pitia and the 4×800 team of Vukas, Baselle, Pitia and Kamp Wiebe earned Coaches All-American. Overall, the 4×400 team placed seventh overall and their time of 3:14.90 is the second fastest recorded in school history. The 4×800 finished fourth nationally, and their time of 7:52.10 ranks fifth all-time at JCCC.”
“The bookstore will be closed for carpet replacement during spring break, Monday through Saturday, March 18 through 23.
The C-Store will be open during that time for the purchase of bookstore items; however, customers are encouraged to shop early for books and supplies.
If you have any questions, please contact Steve Rhodes, bookstore manager; or Louise Cooper, assistant bookstore manager.”
I must continue to listen to “King of Wishful Thinking” on repeat, join my sisters at Arby’s.