Interesting weekend. Some things were broken, others fixed, and still others put in a holding pattern until I can figure out the proper response. Highlight: finding out how to get the card that grants me access to the Reading Room at the Library of Congress and flipcup at a white party that resulted in zero stains on my new white dress. Depths of hell: the cab ride to DuPont Circle Saturday night and almost passing out from dehydration and heat exhaustion while walking in heat that topped out at just over 100 degrees on the Mall.
So many lessons learned. You can just battle and battle and battle but some things will be dealt with. It is the way of faith and physics. Speaking of, Hancock is a great, underrated movie. I watched it again last night and it makes some pretty subtle points about relationships using larger-than-life characters. Superheroes, Gods, angels, depending on the time frame that interests you (according to the characters anyway). In any event, I like it. Takeaway line: “I have put up with your bullshit for the last 3,000 years…”
I never could decide exactly how I felt about all this but let the scramble begin!
This — this right here — is why I’m a fan of Tennessee. And I know those who express resentment about being from there. Stupid. (h/t The Icon)
Good Lord, let it go man.
Sad. But we all knew it was coming and so it has. I feel some relief for her honestly.
A friend and his voice over work on a video that has become very relevant to me professionally — and even personally because there’s ostensibly $50 riding on its veracity. That is, of course, if circumstances allow for the debt to be paid…
Finally, because I was asked to help someone back out of some disastrous Dreamweaver tinkering last week, I give you a video that circulated pretty heavily in the UGA IT department. Not because we identified or anything. Promise.