walking to and from class or the parking lot becomes a test of one’s luck and maybe even one’s life.
Funnies at Pc
On November 9th 2011, the president of the United States will have a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). This is the system that allows for the quick transmission of warnings to viewers and listeners of television and radio in the event of natural disasters and other such catastrophes.
Have you seen my friends? They both look remarkably similar to me, frogs standing on two legs and playing an instrument. Is there a reward for their return? Nothing other than the sweet, sweet sound of our bullfrog band being reunited once again. Until then, I will continue to crank out the tunes for you, PC. Come visit me once in a while, I won’t bite, promise.
You’re sitting there telling them your problem and they’re like “I know! That same thing happened to me! Let me tell you about it even though I know you don’t care…[insert boring story/problem here],” and suddenly you’re stuck with someone else’s issues and your own.
I have uncovered a top-secret list of four new courses that are coming to PC very soon. So clear your schedules and start studying because these new classes are sure to have you excited to stick around for a fifth year!
This show reminds one of Whose Line is it Anyways with Drew Carey but the only difference is I actually laughed at the Improv show.
On the website of the Jon Hair Studio of Fine Art, the artist who created the piece, the sculpture is said to be a “metaphor for individuals striving to better themselves and their communities,” but I feel that there may be some more exciting reasons behind the placement of the sculpture on campus.