1. edm

    So i went to an EDM party last night (electronic dance music)……………..awesome.

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  2. hello again…

    at the insistence of my old friend Bethany, or more affectionately known as “chili” (who is still madly in love with me btw) I decided to once more post on my blog. I was going to recap my year in a lengthly blog, about all the concerts, the all nighters, the alchohal, the four day birthday bender (winning!) the first (and last) date, the women (just kidding) the heartbreak and the triumph, but then I realized that no one probably gives a shit. So instead Ill start off this new string of hopefully frequently more posts by saying that my time in Columbus has been intense, immense, and some other “ense” word. I have changed, I have reflected, and I am better for it. However with two weeks left until the halfway point, and 2.5 weeks until my first visit to Europe, I find myself once again at a loss of words, wondering how Ill ever get out of this world alive. And don’t worry, cuz for once its nice not to have everything in life figured out…

    enjoy the end of the world everybody…

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  3. Greetings from Columbus

    So this post is more then likely overdue, mostly because Ive been in Ohio for about 25 days. Today is my third day of Graduate School. Thats right, Danny went to G-school.So far, Ive managed to get a studio desk with a computer (only a 50 percent chance) meet Jeffry Kipnis, become an avid bike rider, and buy MUSE tickets (!!!!!). After a quick rendezvous with the Buffalo gang, I took the 9 hour drive up with the family to move into my furnished apartment. So far I haven’t seen a Football game, but its only a matter of time ;) The people here are nice, and despite what Im used to at Buffalo, the Grad students here are from alllll over the place. The town is much more active then Im used to in Buffalo, with a lot more artsy venues for craft beer and whiskey. The architecture building, or should I say my condo, is the best arch. school building in the land (seriously) So all is well, for now. Just a little anxious to see how things are when the pressure starts to grow. Till then, GO BUCKS! 

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  4. 330AM

    despite my attempts at sleep tonight, I was awoken by not one but two acquaintances. The first being my inebriated friend, the other my sister texting the wrong person. I guess I never had a chance. Columbus in 11…

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  5. my latest professional undertaking

    my latest professional undertaking

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  6. hello again

    I came to realize that the whole point of having a blog is to write stuff in it. Being that Im almost positive no-one reads this thing, it probably has gone unnoticed, however I thought it might behove me to put something in this little blog of mine. So whats new with me? still working from the goodness of my heart (which is latin for working for free). however, not many jobs out there allow me to play with photoshop all day ;) the sister got married, and after 5 days of waiting for the dust to settle, the only thing on my mind at present is Columbus Ohio. booked a quick trip to buffalo to see some old buddies for labor day weekend, then off to school pt. 3!

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  7. vote for it at http://threadless.com/submission/285311/lady_liberty

    vote for it at http://threadless.com/submission/285311/lady_liberty

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Lately I’ve been working for an architect in Northport. He doesn’t pay much (well, he doesn’t pay at all to tell the truth) however it allows me to spend the day working on photoshop, and what better lifestyle is there then that?

    Lately I’ve been working for an architect in Northport. He doesn’t pay much (well, he doesn’t pay at all to tell the truth) however it allows me to spend the day working on photoshop, and what better lifestyle is there then that?

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