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What Went Down Friday night, mah best girl from RVA took me out to see her friend’s band, Night Idea. Recently I’ve been all about recording whatever I can with the voice memos app on my iPhone (totally NOT creepy), … Continue reading →
It’s great when I find my friends in unexpected places. Mason Moorman, who met Connor Donahue only once, was so struck by Connor’s style that he instantly recognized him on College Fashionista. He sent me this link, and I thought … Continue reading →
That’s right, soon I will be in purgatory. Now is your chance to tell me how much you love me (because I know you do). But really, what is Purgatory? Well, it’s a finish line at the bottom of the … Continue reading →
I came across these about two weeks ago, on this great art blarg. For some reason, I keep coming back to them. Maybe it’s because it’s summer and I have to shave now, which has prompted my yearly resentment of … Continue reading →
This assignment is meant to show my unfortunately epic consumerism by taking the logos of stores I shop at and turning them into my favorite product from the store. Also, I didn’t think of it until now, but there’s definitely … Continue reading →
I’m not equipped to give recommendations for this class based on anything other than my own experience, and that experience, for whatever reason, created a lot of internal turmoil for me. Below are the characteristics of my personality, that made … Continue reading →
Hi, that freshman is me. You may have noticed that I enjoy giving my opinion, so I was really excited when I had the opportunity to give it to everyone who reads the Bullet. Of course, I really shouldn’t be … Continue reading →
Two unfortunate events collided to make my experience live tweeting for the second time the worst experience ever. One, it was dull. Two, I’m scared of hippies/hipsters.
Unfortunate Event One: It was dull.
“Ohhh, expression of self-evident ...
Well, on top of my general end of school malaise, I seem to have contracted the need to sleep for epic amounts of time. Yesterday, I accomplished a personal record of 16 hours of sleep! You didn’t think that was … Continue reading →
#ThePoliticsofTwitter I am now in a love/hate relationship with Twitter, whereas previously I was what could best be described as “meh” about Twitter. My experience live tweeting handed me so much power and so little time to think, that I … Continue reading →
I think I express this sentiment in the audio itself, but they didn’t turn out that great. There is so much to think about when asking people for what they have. Honestly, I have 20 stories on my computer, and … Continue reading →
Soooo, my original intention was to tweet the hell out of the Senate on Saturday, but I ran into a series of problems…. 1) no cellphones in the Senate Gallery 2) no note-taking in the Senate Gallery 3) no Senate … Continue reading →
PART UNO Okay, sooo Monday night before 12pm you get to hear my friends telling stories and me laughing like a hyperventilating lemur in the background. Seriously though, audio has taught me that my laugh is super obnoxious. I’m currently working on … Continue reading →
Here it is: Stereotypes/Satire. I don’t actually believe most of this. I’m just making sure you know because after reading the comments on this Mary Washington Bullet article —-> http://bit.ly/hQPEm5 I’m afraid to say anything that might be offensive. “Feminists” … Continue reading →
So today, I decided I would alter a page on Mary Washington’s website, to make it rife with stereotypes about the school. I’m still deciding what page to use. Right now, admissions is my top choice. Does that count as … Continue reading →
If you like sexual innuendo, gore, and stereotypes… this radio show is for you! We have a British person, a dull radio announcer, a valley girl, a hooker, an imaginary girlfriend, and a southern belle (and lots of sex, farts, … Continue reading →
What college has taught me so far: I have some anxiety issues (self-diagnosis, pending professional confirmation). Anyway, what does that mean for this class in particular? For the Daily Shoot, I started thinking about what I should do at about … Continue reading →
I wasn’t particularly good at it, because of lack of talent, forgetfulness, and chronic fatigue (according drug companies, I need to seek solace in pills), but the Daily Shoot did some good things for me. My artful eye got a … Continue reading →
My New Hobby: The first dissection of the NYT I went for involved organ harvesting. I really like it, but it’s pretty grotesque. So instead, I hung it on my wall where I think I’ll hang Bieber, and all the … Continue reading →
Photo taken by Darin Barry I know I need a straight jacket… I’m also pretty sure Jim Groom needs one too. Actually, maybe he already has one to keep himself from tweeting while he sleeps. ORRRRR, maybe he has self-control … Continue reading →
First, we got dressed up as pirates (I guess), then we took a family photo. I know this isn’t facebook, but I had to do it.
Abuelo con demencia: Katelyn
During D’Arcy’s little chat with ds106 today, Stephanie Laffert’s asked what his opinion is of “the staged versus the natural”. I immediately thought of Marwencol. Those of you who are fans of This American Life probably already know what Marwencol … Continue reading →
Dream: I’m staying in the room the size of a closet. I’ve slept for three days straight on a loveseat. I wake up and kittens are climbing all over me. They’re everywhere and they are scratching at the walls and … Continue reading →
Jim Groom thought I was angry at him on Tuesday. He confused angry for confusion. I was just trying to figure out what this said! Surprisingly enough, Evernote knew what he was getting at. If you take a picture of … Continue reading →
This is half based off of Bryan Alexander and Alan Levine’s article and half off their talk with ds106. I really latched onto the idea of connectivity and the coming together of a story from different corners of the web. … Continue reading →