It's that time of year folks, yes it's time for first semester finals! (Okay, those start NEXT week, but you know what I mean) My friend and I told the story of Kotone for our oral presentation with popsicle stick puppets (the official art glues to popsicle sticks). xD Our professor said that we did memorize a lot of dialog, but to be honest it didn't feel like a lot. :P Pretty much, it went like this:
Narrator introduces Kotone, she says hi, asks where the pokemon are, Utsugi/Prof.
When I saw snow outside I thought, "Yay no school! ^-^"
But when I checked the news I said, "Aw, yes school. =("
I was hoping to have a snow day but with the not-so-much amount of snow that fell, there couldn't be one.
The people I know mostly hate snow.
but not me.
I finally turned off "Invisible Status" mode. Are you happy now?
Anywho, finals week is next week, so every class is busy preparing for the tests that count as 20% of our grades. Bet I score a 12.
Left the cape in the dwarf town. In other words, look up the boss "Nepto".
So I recently set up a Twitter account. (2 hours ago because I saw Letterman do it) and it caused me to think why this type of thing would be so popular. Of course there are the obvious reasons such as communication and togetherness and a feeling of community but I also think this highlights a major part of the human brain. In many ways it functions as a Diary. This "Diary" allows us to put an imprint on others and ourselves of their existence.
Isn't that what we all, as
Updated 29th September 2010 at 07:37 AM by Winged Psychic