So I had a dream about jesse cox last night. And before you say anything no it was not a wet dream. Neither him nor I would appreciate that since we like the ladies haha. anywho this is how it went. I was helping somebody move to a new house when all of a sudden I see Jesse chase after some kids in his yard. Seeing that he is a celebrity I run up over to him and shake his hand saying that it is an honor to finally see him. He said “yeah sure that’s good but could you help me with these dang kids?” I agreed and we both chased them off of his yard. He was grateful but then they came back and started stealing his things. We both caught them and Jesse told them that they can keep his things if they just steal his douchebag neighbor’s over for him and that he would keep it. That’s all I can remember but I thought it was worth mentioning 8P
so did i ever tell you guys that even after six or seven months after reading twist and shout that i still think about it and almost cry in public
i was talking to a guy i work with, and he was talking about his girlfriend, and he calls her ‘my girl’ in conversation
and then i was like, “why is this familiar?’ and then i realized that’s what dean screamed after he realized cas was dead
"that’s my boy!"
/cries in corner
not sure when this is. been trying to find a clip of it
petition to get misha’s sex hair back
So this might be just because I’m crazy and all that good stuff but I propose that in order to do well in college or in any crazed environment where ya need to do a thousand things to get a good result, is to treat it like it’s a video game. You can list out objectives and mini objectives in order to complete a quest or in order to beat the tentacle monster that is final projects. Now the reason why I think it’s best to compare it to a video game is because in a video game you have to complete the objective in order to progress and what not. Now that may not be the case for everything which is why there are flaws in my theory. Nonetheless this is how I’m going to treat school like for now and if it works great and if not I’ll just play some bioshock infinite.
Okay so at first I gotta admit I thought that my music theory/ear training teacher was blargh but I’ve realized he is simply amazing. He’s like a bipolar mix of seriousness and goofiness. One minute he’ll be talking how method is key to learning the fundamentals of music theory the next he’ll be making the goofiest sounds you’ll ever hear. A good example is a couple of guys were talking while he was giving a speech and he yelled at them saying “are you talking theory?! cause if you’re not you’re going to die” so yeah needless to say he’s pretty epic. There’s also this girl that’s kind of his arch nemesis in the class because he’s all about finding the big picture of things while she keeps on only seeing things in black and white. Whenever they get into it (which is everyday) it makes me smile. So I’m glad I got at least one crazy teacher out of the teachers I have