Archive for April, 2008

April 27, 2008 1


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I know nobody but me gives a shit about the Pennsylvania 5th Congressional District, but I AM SO HAPPY that the two sleaziest Republican candidates LOST. HAHAHAHAHA. Money can’t buy everything, and it looks like the people of Pennsylvania saw through their bullshit. The winner spent about $20,000 while the losers spent over a million buckaroos each…of their own money. And I’ll admit, the mudslinging was fantastic! CDT readers have fully articulated my thoughts, so I don’t really have anything to add:

“Hey Shaner, maybe this will be a good enough hint for you to NEVER run for political office again. No one wants you to represent our district, counties, or towns so stop wasting our time and your money. I am personally tired of going to vote with the main reason of trying to make sure you don’t get elected. There are bigger issues we need to worry about than making sure you do not represent us! STOP RUNNING FOR OFFICE A$$HOLE! I am so tired of seeing your fat face on TV.”

“Thank god Walker the Stalker lost. I hope he goes to jail!”

April 23, 2008 2


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Penn State Student Film Fest
Saturday, April 26th, 2008
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The State Theatre

Tickets: $7

The SFO Student Film Festival is gearing up for yet another go around, this year taking place on April 26, 2008 at the historic State Theatre in downtown State College.

Founded and organized by the Penn State Student Film Organization, it is a juried student film festival open to all Penn State students which showcases and premieres student films produced at Penn State University during the 2007-2008 academic year. Approximately 45 films are submitted each year, with 12-15 selected for the festival. Many different genres of films are screened including narrative, documentary, experimental and animation.

Oh…….and my films EXPLORING THE HARROWS and SLEEP are two of the featured films!!!!!!!!


The Film Festival will feature:

All You Need is Love
Doug Zajaczkowski

Rose Corr

Exploring the Harrows
Dustin Chevalier

A Failure to Learn
Brian Miller

Finding Ifftin
Aundrea Posey

Joseph Mayo

My City Sweetly
Joseph Dabney

The Road Not Taken
Brandon Hess

Rock, Paper, Scissors
Michael Chobot

Per Argentine, David Cui

Chris Sterbank

Still Life
Donald Meteny

The Uphill Climb
Adrienne Shaw

April 18, 2008 2

69 again

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Hmm…last time I was #69, I didn’t fare so well. This time didn’t go so hot either, since, well, I kinda FORGOT the lyrics to the song I was singing during my audition. That’s what I get for trying to be fancy pants and deviate from the old “Happy Birthday”. And then I was further humiliated when I had to do scales. Let’s get this straight: I am not a singer. I had not practiced this, I really didn’t know what I was doing. So, overall, a traumatizing experience. I read well, though!

After going from one play to the next, without so much as a month-long break in between, for the past 2 years, the thought of not being in a play again until fall or winter TERRIFIES me. I don’t know what I’ll do! Here’s hoping I don’t have to find out, and that I have a long, full, busy summer/fall/winter/spring/rest of life.

April 15, 2008 0

pennsylvania news

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It’s a dangerous world we’re living in, especially in Central Pennsylvania! Today’s top news story: Amish community builds barn.

In politics…Pennsylvania is going RED! Wait…what? Who is the idiot that made a freaking political graph designating the Democrats RED, Republicans WHITE, and Others BLUE?

Oh MAN, I am LOVING The Collegian today!! They also published a letter to the editor featuring a made up word…a word I made up! Sparce! Ahahahahaha!!!!!!

In not so surprising news, I just spilled coffee all over myself. I look like I peed my pants. I can only hope no one comes to the door…………..

So yeah, I’ve had a real hankering for blogging lately, but sadly with negative time to devote to it. Maybe come summer I’ll get to my backlog of ridic thoughts. It’s sad when a productive Saturday includes staying inside on a gorgeous 70 degree day to do taxes, and then staying home that night to organize your life. Who doesn’t dig cleaning and filing on a Saturday night?!