Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Theory of Everything

i know it's been a while since posting, we're in the heat of AP testing. But I wanted to take a second and reveal to all who may be reading that I believe strongly in the Unified Theory. If all of the universe has been created out of a singularity such as in the Big Bang, then all the matter would be infinitesimally close together, and thus there could be only one governing force within it. Every other force must then be derived from this one force that ultimately governs the universe. A cosmic Constitution if you will. Sort of a rant, but it's an interesting topic for discussion if anyone feels like commenting.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Saturday, April 19, 2008


Ok loyal readers/stalkers (viva, I'm talking to you). I note that there has been a huge lag in posts, as you may have theorized this is because I spent a week in Boston. (Note to self: Going to Boston is better than going to school) Unfortunately, despite wearing my MIT hoodie, my school won't let me just stop working, so I've had piles of make-up work to do since I got back. I don't even understand it, it's almost like some huge joke, like all my teachers decided to have a test or a packet on the days I was gone. No joke heres what I had/have:

*Physics E&M packet
*Physics Mechanics packet
*Physics video notes for 3 videos.
*Calculus chapter 12-6,7,8 and chapter review out of the book.
*Calculus test over convergence tests (ewww!)
*Calculus AP Test practice packets 1-7 (each has about 50 questions)
*Government Test
*Government essay since I missed the socratic seminar.
*Comp-Sci Test
*Comp-Sci algorithm packet
*English research paper over Robert Frost
*English test over literary devices.

whew! so the good news is that I finished that last one in a day, because it actually wasn't that hard. I'm glad it's done though, because I needed that half p.e. credit to graduate. It would be a shame to have my admission rescinded and go to summer school because of a stupid p.e. credit.

BUT other than that being a second semester senior is awesome. For example, yesterday we found these vintage military flight suits in our theatre class (we don't do anything in there.) so we did what any rational person would due. We put them on, stuffed them full of pillows, and had a sumo wrestling match. If I can find pictures my friends took, I'll definately put them up.

The art auction was also yesterday. It was a great success, what a wonderful show of support from our community. Two of my pieces went for $100, and $80! Since the charity that we're donating to (World Vision) gives gifts such as chickens which are $15. That means I just gave some village ...*asks savant*... 12 chickens!

If you're interested in knowing how my week in Boston was, check out my CPW blog. It should be finished by the end of the week along with the guest entry for the MIT website.


Sunday, April 6, 2008

CPW, Senioritis, and all things white.

Ok, first things first, those of you stalking my blogs (cough VIVA cough) may have noticed that I've added a new blog: CPW 2008. That's right no mere entry will suffice, an entire BLOG is necessary.
Speaking of CPW, did I mention SNIVELY is my host? oh I didn't? well let me repeat: SNIVELY is my host.

That's right, feel free to gwovel (I have no idea if thats how you spell that)

So it's no surprise that I'm intensely excited. I intend to photograph/videotape EVERYTHING that happens, so it'll be like you guys are actually there!

I'm so excited that I can think of no good segways. Senioritis has caught me full swing. I am doing a record little amount of work. Seriously I didn't bring a notebook to class all last week, and it didn't affect me in the slightest. I've got to finish studying for the Physics C AP test, finish a weeks worth of BC Calc, study for a government test, write up some labs for Java....the list approaches infinity. I just need to coast through one more 6 weeks and I'll be through....

I took the plunge and had my teeth bleached this weekend. I never thought anything was particularly wrong with them, but I have some friends who've enjoyed good results, and it was half off, and I have senior pictures coming up, sooooo it seemed like an ok splurge. I got to the place-Britesmile in the Galleria - and sat in the worlds most comfortable chair. The lady put this horrific device in my mouth that held it wide open and then decided it would be a good idea to ask me some questions. I sounded like I was on the losing side of a lifelong bout with cerebral palsy. Eventually the small talk was over and she covered my teeth with some gel and set me up with the TV. I watched Blade. An hour later I rinsed my mouth out and lo and behold the whitest teeth I'd ever seen. Every remotely shiny surface I pass I flash a smile to, and admire the advances of modern cosmodentistry (I made that word up). In short I reccomend it.

Look for the amazing CPW blog next week!

Friday, April 4, 2008

The Knack

I have the knack.


Wednesday, April 2, 2008

April Fool's

The "Whimsical" (some would say mean) side of me loves April Fool's day. In years past I've had great pranks (balloon taped to the tire of dads car; he backs up, it sounds like the tire pops, hilarity ensues) and I've had....less.... great ones (note to self: do not pretend to come out of the closet for April fool's day.) This year was no exception, with a few friends and I plastering the local Chinese buffet with "Have you seen my cat" posters.
But as thought-out and epic as I try and make each years prank, I have to salute the fine folks at Cracked. To sum up, they called Judge Joe Brown with a fake case, and actually made it all the way on air. I've embedded the video for your entertainment: