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Buddy of DoQ: Thoughts on Life, Machinima, and Everything
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      • Just One More Week
        07/29/05
        Man, this sucks.

        Summer Tech is one week from complete, and I'm just now really getting into the grove of things.


        Eating breakfast is habit for the first time in my life, I'm just finally memorizing everyone’s name (And I mean everyone,) and I was just pointed t

      • Contact.
        07/26/05
        First things first: It's been way too long Mr. Blog...

        Where do I begin?

        This is week 2 of the second Machinima course, otherwise known as week 5. EST my last post I have done the following in chronological order.

        Finished one segment of Machinima teachings with

      • Dearest Mother:
        07/08/05
        Open response to my dear sweet mother...

        Dearest Mother:

        I regret to inform you that my feelings of the homestead, while fond, are far from a fleeting longing. I am quite content with my current lodgings and financial freedoms, also the arrival of 40+ female peers from Tokyo ha

      • Weather/Week B
        07/08/05
        I was reading Paul's Blog today, and he noted something that had been the topic of much disscussion this week here at Summertech...

        This is the deal: Today in Mesquite TX it was 93 degrees (F) partly cloudy, Here in New York: Rain and 72. Paul went from New York to Texas, and I from

      • From the line!
        07/04/05
        It seems I now hold the title of Jailbreak champion. I'm the only dodge-baller to ever make the half-court basket to free all the teammates who are 'out.' (we use very light foam and plastic balls, difficult to get someone out, much less make a 3 from way down court.)

        It mu

      • Week One
        07/03/05
        The first week has come and gone, so where does that leave us?

        This first week was, and this is an understatement, CRAZY!

        Things I thought would take 2 hours took 2 seconds, little things that I felt I could gloss over, took 2 days, and dodge ball rocked my world.

        Th

    • June