Because we’re always so great at making anything minion related. RIGHT? :D
visa-ing it up before it's even happened.
GRT tshirts: $30 Safety goggles: $5 Red hair dye: $10 Red & black zipties: $3 Silicon Valley Regional: Priceless
So I have to read 300 pages of AP Chem by tomorrow, for the test. I don’t know what unit we’re on, or what textbook chapters I should be reading. I just picked 5 that sounded familiar. I don’t know what section of the test we’re taking tomorrow. And you know what? Planck’s constant is the amount of fucks that I give. i.e., the Planck’s constant ^ -1 is the...
you're driving my blood pressure up
Chill the fuck out. -_______________-
Then all you could have stuck his head into the saw and cured a whole...– Peabody, As I Lay Dying p. 240 LOLLL I’m starting to like this guy.
how we juniors roflcopt, pt 2
Bananna: I just remembered our cleaver conversation.
Bananna: and how we BUTCHERED that one.
Bananna: LOL I use that one way too often.
Sabrina: it's still very sharp though.
Sabrina: we're just a cut above the rest :)
faulkner. faukner. fauckner. fuckner. fucking...
I don’t give two shits about whether or not this fictitious character is sane or insane because he burns down a fucking barn. The only thing that I do know at this point is that writing about it is driving ME insane.
oh grt... →
They fly up to Seattle…and then make the front page there. (See pictures 1&2). So yeah. Quite happy for them. :D Custom transmission? That’s SOME SHIFT. LOL yeeep drooling over robotics teams, cool kid.
take risks: if you win, you'll be happy; if you...
Easier said than done. The kind of thing I’d like to embody. Still working on that.
virgin galactic →
Traveling to outer space for $200k, nbd. Gonna go call up my Accredited Space Agent now and make my travel arrangements.
Anonymous asked: I think you should write something personal and kind of surprising, disturbing maybe. Most of things you post on your Tumblr just touch on who you are on the surface. Who are you???
but in all seriousness
My dumb-ass-ery aside, my thoughts go out to all those affected by the earthquake/tsunamis. I hope the survivors are alright and are able to recover as quickly and painlessly as possible. And best wishes to the aid organizations and volunteers that are helping. Natural disasters are some scary-ass shit.
“Survival of the fittest.” The intelligent tend to survive, the unintelligent tend to be eliminated. So while people are being evacuated all up the coast and there’s a tsunami advisory in effect for Half Moon Bay, I head in the opposite direction: TO the beach. And then I rejoice over the fact that it’s so empty. And then if that isn’t enough, there’s my...
read it and weep
“You just had to be first in line to buy Apple’s latest PowerBook G3 250, huh? Well, how’s this for a reality check: If you had spent those $5700 on Apple stock instead, you’d have $330,563 today, cash-in-hand.” Shiiiiiit.
Haha…so I thought I registered for the March 12 SAT II (Subject Test), and I was OHSHITOHSHIT I’M NOT READY I’M NOT TAKING IT AIIIIIYEEEEEEEE D: I just realized that I actually registered for the May 7 one. LOL OOPS. But the same thing is going to happen in May. Except I’ll actually have to take it then. -_____-
i wish i was your second derivative so i could... →
Math pick up lines. So far, this is the one thing that Calc has been good for.
Service Commission morning meeting. Last time, I got up early, caught the bus, and got to school at just the right time, only to forget about the meeting once I was on campus and wander up to the library instead. This time, I’m setting 4 alarms on my phone in addition to my regular alarm clock. Two to ensure I get my ass out of bed, one to ensure that I freak out and jump out of bed if my...
artificial intelligence: rock paper scissors →
Dayuuum son. Scary good. Try it.
i has a bucket →
Daaaamn this goes back to build season, sophomore year. Jebsen Man and 2010-folk, I miss you :[
xkcd: server jokes →
I always feel like I just barely grasp at the joke/references being made in these. If only I were more geek-smart. :[
1. Went by really quickly. 2. Was a helluva lot better than last year. Experience over-all, I mean. 3. ANDREW MOGRELIA = BEAST. The guest conductor is really what makes it. And this guy was amazing. :D 4. TIFF HO = BEASTLY VIOLA. I enjoyed stand-buddying with you, even if you didn’t make it to the concert. :[ 5. Ivana’s name + program. Heheh.
the impossible project →
wishing a robot happy birthday on facebook, you...
2011: Warditron, Ackermann modules and PWM cables. Oh the profanities and yards of 1” box stock that were brought about by your existence. Newbie year would not have been what it was without you. Happy Birthday. Ish. <3, Anna 2010: My Dearest Newbie Year Robot, I wish you a Happy Birthday, wherever your robot components and spirit lay. You will forever hold a special place in my heart...
such an odd day
I don’t even know where to start. Why no, I can’t jump over that table. I feel like I’ve been studying too hard, except I most definitely haven’t been studying hard lately. Or studying at all. Hosting the photographer for career day was so incredibly awkward. Oh and let’s see…one of the FOUNDERS OF ARAGON ROBOTICS just shows up out of NOWHERE today in Physics...
hapa: hawaiian for halfie
Not only did I not know that “hapa” was Hawaiian, I also was not aware that hapas could be further defined as: * hapa haole (part Caucasian/white) * hapa kanaka (part Native Hawaiian) * hapa popolo (part African/black) * hapa kepani (part Japanese); the term hapanese is also encountered * hapa pilipino (part Filipino) * hapa pake (part Chinese) * hapa kolea...
this is how we juniors roll. err, roflcopt.
Bananna: look a staircase of LOLs.
Sabrina: Now imagine a small man tripping down them
Sabrina: BUT HE'S SAVED
Sabrina: by a ROFLCOPTER
Bananna: CLEAVER, SABRINA.
Sabrina: ...nice to meat you :)
Sabrina: couldn't think of anything
Sabrina: that wasn't a non-sequiter there
Bananna: you sure butchered that one.
sleeping before 12
At the cost of my English homework. Ohwell. Programming tomorrow, if all goes according to plan, so that shouldn’t matter. On a sidenote, dates & deadlines look so much closer from this side of March. Holysheeeeeit. But on the bright side, 2 months of school left, and then it’s GOODBYE JUNIOR YEAR :D :D :D
Our In Concert conductor is pretty awesome. Accent + spiffy long-pointy-toed shiny leather shoes + bald + scary nose. And he’s just the right down-to-business serious but not completely lacking a sense of humor. If only orchestra could get its act together. I hate feeling like he’s constantly disappointed in us.