Friday, April 24, 2009

El Fin!

  • Frustration
  • Exhaustion
  • Done
  • Finished
All the above are thoughts, feelings and emotions currently running through me. Although this is my last blog entry forever the experience will be everlasting within me.

The summer is around the bend, the weather is beautiful, despite these factors the blogger is currently sitting inside in front of their computer attempting to cram something interesting inside of this blog while my mind is some far away destination. This destination being outside in the beautiful weather spending time with his friends. To the most utter unfortune though I am inside writing this piece of bloggage for my audience; a captivating work of the insights of the blogger's mind!

This week I am going to fray away from the two truths and one lie that may have made me a enjoyable read. Why? Because first of all I can :) and second of all I don't feel like attempting to lie this week. Although, I am a fantastic liar nonetheless.

I have found that due to my lying "skills" I often find myself in awful predicaments. Categorizing myself as a good person I don't lie very often and try not to at all. But sometimes I find myself lying about trivial things. I'll place blame on my Mother for that one, due to the fact that when I was younger I always avoided getting in trouble by lying. It's a terrible tendency that I need to rid myself of.

Summer is right around the bend, the only obstacle in my way is the next two weeks. I figure that if I make it through finals alive and still have some hair left from all the stress that I'll be fine. I'm attempting to make it into the 3+2 program here at Purdue University. The 3+2 program is an insanely difficult program to get into, and it reduces the number of years I will ideally be here by one. One year is quite a bit of money in the work world if you think about it! Anyways, the 3+2 program is where students earn their undergraduate degree in the first three years of college and then earn their MBA in the following two years. It's an amazing opportunity and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this semester ends as well as my last one did.

Due to my aspirations to become part of this program the additive pressure is starting to get to me, it's a big deal when you can save yourself quite a bit of money by getting out of college a year early. Just thinking about it makes me nervous, and hopefully in two weeks I'll be able to pull through and do well enough to meet the criteria.

Thank you all for reading my blog! I hope all of you do well on your finals, and have a very enjoyable spring break.

Monday, April 20, 2009

The Burden of a Cubs Fan

Many of my friends are Cubs fans, this may be a good thing considering that my unwavering fandom has resulted in hostility to other baseball team's fans in the past it's a good thing. But over the last week I've noticed that one of my friend's loyalty to the Cubbies is quite clearly not as loyal as my own.

It all began last week at Wiley dining hall, when he mentioned that he believed that due to the Cubs failure in the past 100 years to win the World Series that Wrigley Field should be destroyed, and the whole team should be rebuilt. Immediately I got on his case about this comment, possibly too forward about the situation I began by asking how he can consider himself a fan of something he just stated he believed should be burned down.

"I'm from Chicago I have to be a Cubs fan"-him.
"Last time I checked Chicago has two major baseball teams"-Me
"I'm just saying they've been such a failure recently"-him
"You don't consider winning divisional titles and making it into the playoffs a success"-Me


I've out done him. Suddenly the battle is within my hands so I go for the kill shot:

"No real Cubs fan would ever say to burn down Wrigley Field and get rid of all the current Cubs players. Stop being an idiot."

Good game fool, don't mess with me about the Cubs.

It's times like those that make me believe that I should possibly be a politician, my debating skills are top notch especially topics in which I'm well educated upon. Unfortunately, in the opinion of myself and many others most top notch politicians seem to graduate from Yale, Harvard, and other insanely elite Universities. Also somehow politicians find a way to make a ridiculous amount of money to campaign, mostly from a political party. Considering all the above my hopes and dreams to become a politician will have to wait until a future life.

As my enraging about my friend is beginning to clear from my head some, I begin to think about how it's amazing that summer is just over the horizon. We are officially three weeks away from being done with school. This will be the last real week of school considering next week is dead week and the following week is finals.

Summer is an exciting time for me, given that I do believe it's most likely an exciting time for most reading this due to the break from academics. There's not much like a three month break from having to do excessive work of the brain. To say the least, I'm excited for it.


Luckily before I posted this I noticed that someone ninjaed in a comment so now I have something to reply to! Unfortunately Sally Sue was incorrect in her guess. I was actually lying about my birthday! Actually, it is in may. It is quite unfortunate that my girlfriend can't love my addiction to video games. Yeah and that's not cool that they have people check up on you to make sure that you're at class! But I guess it's understandable especially if you have a scholarship, because you're Purdue's investment then! Nice try though, thanks for commenting!

Friday, April 17, 2009

A Birthday Gone Missing

Wow have I had a crazy day already. This morning I failed to wake up, which is quite unusual for me. Unfortunately I missed my statistics class, which is troubling due to the fact that I had a mini-quiz today like I do on every Friday.

It's not very often that I miss class though so I'm working on rationalizing the whole situation with myself still. The whole cognitive dissonance thing working against me, for those who have ever done a psychology class. Being a hard working, studious student it's difficult to come to the terms that I didn't wake up to my alarm beeping at me a ton.

At the same time, it was somewhat my own fault. During this last week new content has came into World of Warcraft, and due to my subtle addiction to the game I have been playing it a ton. I've been doing great in the game and have improved alot. The addiction wouldn't be so infectious if I didn't have friends who pay it.

Many of my friends, and my older brother play WoW (World of Warcraft), due to this the game becomes very social and contagious. My girlfriend doesn't really like the fact that I play so much because it takes away from my time with her. I'm the kind of person though that if they really want to do something they'll just do it anyways because I'm independent. I guess it causes her quite a bit of frustrations.

Although it frustrates my girlfriend there is a surprisingly large amount of females who play and enjoy World of Warcraft. Most of them are girlfriends of guys who are addicted or just girls who like video games. That's pretty cool though that Blizzard was able to make a video game that outreached to all kinds of people!

This Wednesday was my birthday! It was actually a pretty fun day even though I didn't do very much. I just kinda was a big bum and took the day off of studying which was nice. It was pretty awesome though because I got to go to my BGR training wooo! (slight sarcasm) I'm excited though because my older brother is coming down to visit me for the weekend.

My brother and I are going to have a good time this weekend though, he is also bringing down some of his friends and I bet it will be a really good weekend so I'm excited!

Was I lying about: wake up, World of Warcraft, or birthday?

Monday, April 13, 2009

Rainy Days

*Sigh* As my wet feet dry and I sit here in class recollecting about my weekend trying to come up with something to write about I notice that I hate rain. Nothing is more depressing then walking out of your dorm room almost a mile from campus and knowing that you will have to trek in miserable weather to your classes. Today I looked up the weather to find that for the next couple days will be soggy.

Hopefully it isn't too rainy back near my hometown, in Chicago. There is a Cubs game on at 1:20 P.M. and watching that would make today a much brighter sun shining day. The Cubs have been getting off to quiet a good season so far with a 4-2 record. Yesterday’s game versus the Milwaukee Brewers was quite an exciting one. One of the relief pitchers loaded the bases and Milwaukee's stud first baseman Prince Fielder came up to bat. The score at this point in the game was 6-2 and with a grand slam the game would be tied.

Fielder ripped the third pitch he saw to the right field; as soon as the ball left his bat I knew it was gone, out of the park, for the grand salami. But then out of nowhere right fielder Reed Johnson ran up and jumped up the wall to steal Fielder of the grand slam. It was an amazing defensive play by Reed Johnson.

I’m excited though because the game today is the Cubs home opener and there’s nothing like watching a game at Wrigley Field. Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago may have instilled this love of Wrigley Field on me but nonetheless I believe Wrigley is one of the classic pieces of architecture in Chicago.

One of my friends here at Purdue is also a Cubs fan but he doesn’t love Wrigley like I do. He always comments about how he believes the White Sox’s U.S. Cellular Field is better than Wrigley. Although I respect his viewpoint I think he’s an absolute idiot; another one of my friends who is a Cubs fan was with him when he made this comment, and we jumped on his back about it right away. In my opinion, saying that Wrigley is a “shit hole” as he described it is pretty much saying you don’t like the Cubs. The two are a packaged deal, when you think of the Cubs Wrigley Field also instantly comes to mind!

Well I hope you are all enjoying this rainy day and I’ll get back to you in my next blog post!

Friday, April 10, 2009


I just recently returned back to my dorm room with a large glad ware container full of monster cookies. They are quite possibly the most delectable cookie ever created. They contain peanut butter, M&Ms, oatmeal, and chocolate chips.

Some may believe that these wouldn't be very good tasting but they indeed are. The complimentary peanut butter and chocolate can get overwhelmingly sweet at times, but the nice thing is that the oatmeal cancels out that over sweetness and creates an amazing dessert item.

At one point I inspired to be a food critic in the future because I feel as though I have the tongue and the adjectives for such a career, unfortunately my love for mathematics swayed me into being an accountant instead.

Upcoming this weekend is Easter!! I would have to say that Easter is definitely one of my favorite holidays. My parents are coming to pick me up quite soon, and I'm excited to go home it feels like it's been a really long time since I've been there.

My parents and other family members always made Easter such an enjoyable holiday. When I was in my youth we always would have a gigantic Easter egg hunt in my grandma's house and there were always creative things that you would find. Even though we are all around the ages of 18-22 we still participate in this tradition.

Maybe that just goes to show that some traditions are so much fun they should never be let go no matter what your age.

While there is many traditions that my family has with Easter I'm also really excited to go and see my two older brothers who I don't get to see very often. They are my best friends, and have been there with me for all my life. I'm kinda sad though because my oldest brother is graduating from college soon, so he'll be out of the house and on his own.

My friend has been having alot of problems with one of his professors recently. He said that earlier in the year his professor had been being really nice and awesome, but that now he's just being mean. The professor said that if he saw a student with their phone out or talking while they were that they would immediately have removed 20% of their grade. Not only do I feel like this was unfair but the professor was also going to not even tell the student if he was removing 20% of their grade.

In my opinion that is an unfair call by the professor. If they are going to punish a student for having a phone out during class they need to be up front and open about when they do it because otherwise I believe that that isn't very fair treatment at all.

It is somewhat reminiscent of high school, in which they would take away your cell phones if they saw them and all that other stuff. I understand why they did that back in high school but I don't understand why they would do it now. If it's a distraction to class I think most definitly a teacher should say so but otherwise they should just let it be.

Was I lying about: Monster Cookie, Easter, or professors?

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Fail Sail!

I just wanted to let you all know that nobody succeeded at guessing what my lie was last week. I'm going to go ahead and extend the offer that if for this week's blog episode if you would like to guess what last week's lie was you can still guess.

Earlier this week on Monday was the Cubs season opener. Being an avid comes fan I was quite excited for my school day to end so I could get back to my dorm to enjoy the game. After a day of long anticipation I came back to see that Boiler Television's ESPN 2 channel was bugged out. When I turned the television to ESPN 2 there was just a little Direct TV logo floating around. I was extremely upset that I was unable to enjoy the season opening of my dearest Chicago Cubs.

I ended up watching the game on my computer and the Cubs won! Just I can't believe we're at a school where most of the baseball fans I meet are Cubs fans, and the game isn't even on our television stations!

Friday, April 3, 2009

Working Out my Frustrations With Women

After my 7:30 class this morning I decided to go to the recreational sports center to work out. It had been a little while since I had been at the RSC. I forgot how much I dislike it, when I went there this morning it was absolutely crowded. If Purdue was really motivated to keep the campus healthy they would have fixed what I have heard has been a problem for a long time.

According to an article in The Exponent, I'm not the only one who thinks this, 84% of Purdue students who use the facility believe that it is too overcrowded. On top of this, we are the only school in the Big Ten who only has one facility for recreational sports. I recently visited the University of Illinois to visit my brother, who is a manager at their intramural sports building and we were discussing it. He agrees that our facilities are majorly under par. The University of Illinois has three buildings on campus dedicated to maintaining the fitness of their students.

I just don't understand with the copious amount of money that some of us are spending on tuition why we can't have a nice, good space to maintain a healthy life style.

As long as I have known my mother, she has always been a very bossy person. During my youth my two older brothers and I constantly did chores around the house hold. She was absolutely insane about it as we were growing up too. We were her mules and work labor force.

Often during our free time we would be asked to do the most obscure things, and my mother still tries to ask. But as I've grown and gotten use to the routine I usually attempt to rationalize with her. We live on a one acre yard in which she insists must be ridden of all sticks, even the extremely small minuscule twigs. Why she does this I do not know, she says it's because she needs all of them picked up to mow the lawn. This is a lie. Majority of sticks that are small can be easily ran over with a riding lawn mower. Even some medium size sticks can be too.

I often believe that this is the way of her desperate attempts to exercise control over her three college age boys. Sometimes, parents just need to notice that their children will be soon to grow up and be on their own. All I want is some independence and not to be told to do ridiculous chores. I can understand doing small things but doing all day things for majority of the week is a ridiculous request.

What is even more ridiculous is that over spring break, 24 hours after I had gotten my wisdom teeth removed she requested that I help her with cleaning the garage. Normally, this wouldn't be too daunting of a task but due to my general nauseous-ness and pain I really didn't want to do it. But to be respectful to my mother I did anyways. I mentioned to her that I was getting dizzy, and her reply was that we were almost done. That's how ridiculous she is.

Although some parents think working their children around the house is a good idea I believe I have suffered mental setbacks due to it. I'm currently in a relationship and have been for the last two years. My girlfriend has a somewhat similar personality to my mother and often requests to have things her way, and they must be her way.

As you can imagine having the two stubborn people ripping me both ways has most definitely taken a toll on me. Often during high school I would have to argue with my girlfriend, or my mom, and sometimes both to make sure that I wouldn't be placing myself in a bad position.

Some people call it whipped, but I like to think of it as a form of dedication to my girlfriend that I give her what she wants when it isn't against my parents rules. Sometimes I think about it and wonder if quite possibly I don't give much of a rebuttal back to her due to how bossed around I was earlier in life.

Was I lying about: working out, my mother, or relationship?

Monday, March 30, 2009

finals....yeah finals.

I'm slightly ashamed with some of my commentators, who bets against their own school!?!? I'm just giving you a hard time. But really, have some boiler pride! In my opinion if some of those extremely close shots actually fell through the basket it would have been good game, Boiler win.
My TA was actually bashing professors, and I am a member of the Boiler Gold Rush team!

Which leaves the only lie to be about my roommate. My roommate isn't terrible but we have minor clashes here and there. Does anyone have any terrible roommate stories? I always enjoy those. I've heard alot of bad vomit stories, one of my friends had a roommate who came home from a party late at night vomited all over my friend's rug... glad my roommate doesn't do that at least!

That makes the score of our truth guessing at: Clairpet:4, kah:2, Zebra Lady:1, Guy McGee:1, Foozboba:2, Play Vivace:1, and bella:1
Nice work! Possibly I'll make an end of the year prize, possibly we'll see. I just noticed that when I redesigned my blog I somehow managed to find a way to drop the color of my hyperlinks to the same color as my text. Sorry about that, I changed them back so they are now more noticeable.

I'm starting to get nervous about my grades for this semester. I had the same thing happen last semester just because after the second tests have gone by I know that all we have left is finals. During high school finals for me were always an epic failure. Looking back upon it I don't believe I ever took a final and actually had it improve my grade.
Inciting fear within me, finals are just a way to make sure that students have mastered the art of cramming. Most normal mortal people forget the things they were taught a half year ago if they haven't applied them to anything. Which is why I usually like to start early because I feel like I'm relearning most of a course in the duration of one month! Oh well I bet it will all work out just fine!

Friday, March 27, 2009

BOILER UP! (chuu chuuu)

Last night the Purdue Boilermakers had an upsetting loss to the University of Connecticut. In my opinion, Purdue played a great game and had many opportunities for the game to go their way but the ball just wouldn't get into the basket! It was a tough game to watch, but they had a great season, congratulations to them!

Earlier today in my Statistics class my TA was really bashing Purdue's professors and it made me get into a deep mode of thought. There are definitely some professors here at Purdue that could use some help.

This semester in one of my classes I have a professor who gets the PowerPoints from the book's study guides. They are the exact same, but the problem is that she just reads straight from the PowerPoint and doesn't add any of her own touch to it or anything. Due to how she teaches it makes it extremely easy to not go to class and learn more. It's sad when you can say that the time that you could spend in class would be better spent outside of class teaching yourself.

I'm not bashing professors at Purdue, I'm just saying that some definitely need improvement. At the same time, I have had numerous good experiences with Purdue professors as well. I had a calculus professor who held office hours on the weekend because it was the time that worked best for all of us. Also, I have had some of the best teachers of my whole life. You would think that if Purdue really wanted to become a great school instead of just a good school, they would invest more in getting good professors than getting good researchers.

Boiler Gold Rush is the freshman orientation program at Purdue. I happen to be a member of it and think that the philosophy that the group brings into welcoming new students onto campus is fun, and amazing.

I’m glad that I get to be part of such an energized team. I spoke to some of my friends about it and none of us ever had a bad time at BGR. It all just matters on how much effort you are willing to go and put out there to get to meet new people.

Excited is an understatement of my feelings on the matter. I’m looking forward to being able to shape the minds of new students and help them with their transition into college. Recalling back when I was first coming to Purdue, I was scared, quite scared. From my graduating class there was only me and one other person who came to Purdue. So upon arrival I was relatively lonely.

Originally my older brother was going to be at Purdue also because he went here previously which was one of my reasons I was coming to Purdue. Not only is he my older brother but he is also my best friend. But then due to unforeseen circumstances he didn’t attend Purdue, so during the first week I was lonelier than I thought I would be.

I am fortunate though that I’m an outgoing person, I just left my door open the whole first week and was playing video games one day and a bunch of people walked in and we all played together! Looking back upon it I’m glad that people are much more diverse in college, I found that in high school not many people had similar interests as me. But now at college they definitely do.

For my roommate situation I got really lucky as well, I have heard many horror stories about people and their roommate. My roommate and I have the perfect balance of being friends, but at the same time not spending too much time together.

Has anyone ever gone to a baseball game at Purdue? Just curious thinking maybe I'll go to one.

Which was a lie: Purdue’s Professors, Boiler Gold Rush, My Roommate, or none of the above?

Monday, March 23, 2009

A Case of the Mondays

Now that we're back from Spring Break, I'm starting to notice how difficult it is to get back into the swing of going to class and being at college. I got back early Sunday in an attempt to get some of my homework done (including this blog post), to say the least it was an epic failure. For some obscure reason I'm getting very distracted by everything. I just can't motivate myself to do work now that I've had a taste of relaxing and not doing anything!

Our Boilermakers have made it to the sweet 16! They have been showcasing fantastic teamwork, and development throughout the NCAA tournament.

My family and I have an intense competition during the NCAA basketball season. Due to the fact that we are all fans of college hoops, we have a bracket competition on our refrigerator. The winner goes to the top of the fridge and the rest go downwards from there by points. After the first round I was on the top of the fridge. I was excited because usually it's a pretty rare occurrence for me to be on the top of the fridge. For some reason, I'm lacking the skills to pick what team is going to win a certain game. That's alright maybe this year will be the year I win the competition!

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Spring TIME!!!

As majority of my fellow students are preparing for some sort of epic adventure for their spring break, I am preparing myself to get my wisdom teeth removed. After a visit to my dentist about a half year ago I have been aware that I was going to be in this situation. The worse part about it is that I'm suppose to be relaxing, and spending time with my friends over spring break but instead will be sitting around recovering for a couple days.

I'm excited though to get them out, one less thing on my mind! Although with the removal of them it my also bring some bad things as well. My orthodontist feels as though I may need some braces. Earlier in my life I was told I never would need braces, and it seems as though the age of 19 having braces would just be weird!

This weekend the Big Ten Tournament is also going on. So it won't be so bad that I'm stuck to just sitting around the house for a little while. My Mother she has a problem that I have diagnosed as channel switchingitise. She constantly during commercials find a need to change the channel to avoid them. I forewarned her last night that there would be none of that going on! Usually I give her a fair warning when I think she had channeled switched for too long, with limited use of my mouth this may be a difficult task!

Man oh man, I must have cursed this weather because it does not feel good out there right now. I don't know if whether it is because I got so use to the warmer weather so now it just feels really cold, or if it is actually just really cold!

Last night I got really sick, I don't know why but ever since I've come to college the amount of times that I have gotten sick has increased exponentially. At the beginning of the year I suffered from a rip in my intestine, and as you may know from earlier in this series of blog posts I was sick before as well.

During high school I never got sick, I only missed school once which was for a surgical operation upon my shoulder. I wonder if it is because I'm in a closer proximity due to the dormitory setting, or if it is because I have more stress. I heard that the more stress you have in life the more likely you are to be sick. Let me know whether you all believe that I'm getting sick due to proximity of others or because of stress!

One thing that I haven't done in quite a long time is played Board Games. By far one of my favorite board games is Scrabble! Scrabble's the best combination of a logical thinking game mixed with fun. Just because you can make funny words and you have to think about large combinations with the letters.

Am I lying about: Wisdom Teeth, Sick, or Board Games.

Currently watching: "The Ungroundable"- South Park Episode

Monday, March 9, 2009

Good, Good Morning!

Hey hey hey everybody!

I've had this epiphany recently about myself: I'm a morning person. I noticed this because all of my fellow college students seem to be groggy in the morning. I love the mornings especially when it gets to the time of the year where it is above 30 degrees out! Just the mornings though I can't stand when it's too hot out. The weather this week has been outrageously good I love it.

My friend and I had discussed it and we observed that because the winter was so harsh, we celebrate for days that are 35 degrees. For example the other day, the weather was phenomenal it got up to the 60's and I whipped out the shorts. Great Day.

Moving on, this actually does have to do with my previous blog post the thing I was lying about was the really hot weather. I'll just go ahead and be blunt about it, I have a sweating problem. When it gets too hot out I just start sweating like crazy!

I do actually believe that Windsor is the best dining court on campus, and there really was a girl playing World of Warcraft in my history class!

To give you all the score update: Clairpet:4, kah:2, Zebra Lady:1, Guy McGee:1, Foozboba:1, and bella:1.

Keep up the good work everybody! You can do anything you set your minds to. Way to be observant!...(insert more optimistic positive reinforcement here).

I noticed that I don't really respond to comments very often so I decided that this week I would make my first post of the week dedicated to your comments from last week. I really appreciate the comments! I'm also glad to hear that everyone is enjoying my blog and that my methods keep it fun and entertaining, I'll do my best to keep it up!

I wanted you guys to know that if you have any ideas as to what I could do to improve my writing or my blog to feel free to let me know! I take criticism well. Also, I'm currently doing a blog re-design if anyone has any suggestions let me know!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


This week's post has an objective: to get the largest percent of success possible, we'll see how it works.

I just got back from lunch, I had macaroni & cheese from Windsor dining court. It was delicious, as some of you may recall in previous posts I had a bad experience with Purdue's dining courts. That specific incident happened at Windsor dining court and today was the first time I had gone there since the incident.

It was good to be reminded of the reasons of why I liked Windsor to begin with. In my opinion, Windsor is the best dining court on campus. They offer great variety and I especially enjoy the ethnic food that is served there.

The environment at Windsor is also superior to other dining courts. The dining court is full of neutral tones mixed with beautiful wood. As shown on the right, you can see the granite counter tops which are also a great part of Windsor. (T)

I had a very strange incident occur in my History of East Asia class. One of my good friends and I sit together in the class and we are both World of Warcrafters. He is always late to class, and is very disrespectful to the teacher by talking while she is. I think that's one of my major pet peeves of being in college; when you're in a gigantic lecture hall everyone can hear what you're saying so it really bothers me when people are talking during a lecture.

I don't see why people need to talk during a lecture; I mean you're in a lecture for a reason. That is to learn the material of the course not to socialize! I want to just tell my friend that I'm not paying about thirty six thousand dollars a year to socialize.

While we're on the topic of distractions during class on last Tuesday while in this class I observed that a young lady was playing World of Warcraft. I don't get why someone would do that to themselves. Going back to the point I just had about tuition, there's no reason in class to play video games for that much money.

My friend and I were amazed that someone was playing World of Warcraft in class, and yet again that it was a female who was playing it. There just aren't very many females who play the game, I know there are some out there but not that much! (T)

Finally, in case you guys didn't know yet the weather is supposedly getting alot better soon. I'm excited for it, I really like hot weather. I don't know why there's just something about it that I really like. I think it's the feeling that summer is coming, and with summer comes not having class and school and any real responsibility to do things.

During the summer I usually work at a pool in my local community, but this summer I have plans to hopefully do something much more exciting! During next week's post I will let you all know what that plan is! I'm really excited to tell you all, so you should all be excited to listen. (F)

Just as a tip for those of you who are trying to solve which im lying about: "Be Observant"

Was I lying about: lunch, History of East Asia, or weather.

Currently Listening to: "Gift" by O.A.R. <---really good song you should all check it out!

Monday, March 2, 2009


I'm in a celebrating state! I have no clue but we should all be happy and joyous and such. I'm in an outrageously good mood so hopefully this will be a good write, all for your pleasure! So sit back grab some munchies and enjoy!

So last week's blog, I am once again disappointed with you my readers with an epic failure. I didn't think i made it that difficult but that's alright. I will attempt to make my blog post for this week as easy as possible. I wish you all the best of luck

Last week we had a guess from Clairpet, she believed that the answer was Mario Kart Wii. Unfortunately you were incorrect. My friends really did freak out and get all overly excited about Mario Kart. The really annoying people part was also correct, I'm glad that I'm not the only one whose experienced that!

The lie from last week was about XBox 360. My favorite gaming system is the Wii. It's awesome with the intuitive controls, and extremely fun titles. I personally think that XBox 360 has too many shooter games, it is more likely to break too. But recently my roommate told me that they fixed some of the problems that the XBox 360 was having.

The current score is: Clairpet:4, Zebra Lady:1, Guy McGee:1, and kah:1. Keep up the good work everybody!

World of Warcraft was a subject I know was mentioned upon earlier in some of your comments. I believe one of the comments was about not understanding it so I'll explain for those who are interested! World of Warcraft is the largest MMORPG in the world. It is a gigantic world where you walk around as a fantasy character and complete quests for people who are controlled by the computer.

On top of completing quests there are numerous other things to do as well. You can learn 2 professions in which you learn things from mining to making clothes for yourself and others. The main objective of the game is to make it to level 80 which is where even more fun begins. World of Warcraft has Player vs. Player action or PvP. This is where you can fight other people for honor, items, gold, and just pure enjoyment.

All in all, it's a really awesome game. To the right is a picture of my level 58 Night Elf Druid. He's pretty cool to say the least. He can shapeshift between a bird, cheetah, bear, cat, and sea lion.

I hope you all enjoyed the post and I'll be writing again later this week! I'll try my best to make it easy!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

I'm Surrounded.. easily entertained extremely annoying people!

I've learned over the last couple of days that I have some friend who are extremely annoying. One of my friend's has a constant need to be around me at all times. Not only is this weird, strange and disturbing. But he is also the kind of person who always needs attention. So while he is "hanging out with me" whether it be while I'm playing video games or watching TV he always finds a need to make comments.

It is by far the strangest thing ever in my mind. I'm not much of the outgoing person and it bothers me when people by far over stay their welcome. I have been giving my friend the hint that we really don't need to be around each other all of the time and clearly he doesn't get it. So, today after lunch when he was once again attempting to spend time with me and our conversation went like so.

(We walk into our dormitory and I turn to him)

Myself: Alright, I'll see you later.

My Friend: Well what are you going to be up to?

Myself: Studying, playing video games, and such.

My Friend: Oh, can I join you.

Myself: Nah, I just feel like being alone.

My Friend: : Come on, I'll just sit there and study.

Myself: Can't you do that alone.

My Friend: Seriously, I'm just going to sit there.

Myself: Seriously, I just want to be alone.

My Friend: Alright, bye.

I thought it was really weird, strange, and awkward. Who really wants to spend time with someone that badly. I'm really creeped out. Maybe it's something about people that I just don't understand, because I'm somewhat introverted. If anyone could explain this to me that would be great.

So last night some of my other friends and I were playing Mario Kart Wii with my girlfriend across the internet. I had my wii connected to the internet and my friend had his wii connected to the internet down the hall. In my room, my friend and I were on my wii whereas my other two friends were on the wii in one of their rooms.

Here comes the unexplainable part: Everytime one of my friends wins I can hear him yelling. Let's just say he's outragously good. He won almost everytime and just to make a point of it he would walk over to our room and scream in victory. He's like that all off the time, we play Super Smash Bros. Bros. Brawl on wii. He cares more about taunting us and shoving it in or face that he is better at video games then us.

I hate people like that. Why in your right mind do you think that that's a good idea or would make people want to play with you.

Anyways, we were playing mario kart wii and the friend who is sitting next to me got so excited after getting second place (yeah it was that sad) that he got up and started yelling too. He went over to my other friend's room and I could hear his excitement down the hall. He did this over and over again probably about five times.

Maybe I don't understand. It's just a video game. I don't understand how someone can care so much and that's coming from a harcore gamer. Currently I'm actually playing World of Warcraft, which just proves my undying passion for video games. But I also understand that nobody likes to lose, and nobody especially likes a sore winner.

Finally, while we're on the subject of video games. In my personal opinion XBOX 360 is by far the best console currently on the market. The wii has great intuitive gameplay, the PS3 has graphics but XBox 360 has the best mix of both. It also has many great games like Halo 3, Grand Theft Auto, and Fable 2.

Am I lying about?:easily entertained extremely annoying people, mario kart Wii, or XBOX 360

Currently Listening to: "Elevator" by Box Car Racer.

Monday, February 23, 2009

My Personal Apologies

I'll have to be honest with all of you, last week's post was an extremely difficult one for you all to figure out. I am at fault for this I inserted a post that included half truth/half lies therefore I am granting everyone who guessed effort points. I see it as back in the days of kindergarten where grades didn't matter and everyone was happy. Looking back upon those days make me miss them.Which makes the current score: Clairpet:3, Zebra Lady:1, Guy McGee:1, and kah:1.My half truth/half lie post was the one about South Park. I love South Park; it's by far one of my favorite shows currently on television. Although, during last week unfortunately I did not watch South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut. I wish I had but I didn't. In the future I'll try to make them easier.

In case anyone else was interested its 16 days until the new season begins for South Park. I'm excited; when I came to college I discovered the website South Park Studios. It's a great website for fans of South Park. It’s run by Comedy Central and they have all of the South Park episodes ever created streaming at your fingertips.

My mind is currently boggled by the NCAA Men's basketball rankings that were recently released. Out of the top 25 teams in the nation, Purdue University is currently ranked 21st. Now that isn't that bad at all, but here is the problem: Weekly the rankings are updated and we had a much better week then our Big-Ten Competitor University of Illinois. But still they moved up in the rankings much more than we did. University of Illinois was defeated by Penn State 38-33 on February 18th. Thirty-three points is the lowest amount of points the University of Illinois has posted since 1947. At the same time they also two wins over the last week; Over Ohio State, and Indiana University.

Purdue University's basketball team on the other hand had four victories this week. With the most major one coming against Michigan State University, who are currently first in the Big Ten and ranked 5th in the nation. We routed the Spartans 72-54 and barely get any credit for it. In my personal opinion the basketball team deserves a little bit more respect for that!

I'm hoping that with the new rankings, which come out later this week give some respect to one of the best teams in the nation, the Purdue Boilermakers.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

A Week From Hell


Due to unfortunate circumstances my blog post this week may not be up to par. My comma button broke last night.


Your writer.

This week has been absolutely miserable and it is only Tuesday. Yesterday for lunch I ate at my favorite location (comma) Windsor Dining Court. They happened to be serving my favorite meal in the dining courts spicy crispy chicken breast. To say the least they are absolutely delicious.

About a half hour after eating the spicy chicken breast I started to feel ill. My stomach felt terrible and I kept feeling like I had to vomit. The worse thing about feeling like you have to vomit is not vomiting. Always after I vomit my stomach feels alot better. But yesterday for some reason my body just wouldn't give it up. This led to an intensely angry me no one wants to be walking to the bathroom every ten minutes because they think they may vomit.

Good news is that I made it through just fine and after sleeping for twelve hours last night I'm feeling alot better.

Bad news is that this week I have three exams and my stomach issues detached me from my attention span to studying. I have exams in Computer Science(comma) Statistics(comma) and History of East Asia. I think the first two will be fine but the History of East Asia one might be quite difficult.

History has always been far from the easiest subject for me. I have problems motivating myself to learn about something that I will probably never have to know again in my life. Being an accounting major I really doubt I'll ever have to know the major events that occured in Japan(comma) Korea and China.

I really enjoy my Computer Science class for the review session my professor brought in brownies and if you got the question right he would throw you a brownie. It's a really good creative idea that made reviewing quite fun.

My statistics class isn't that bad either. Some people might be looking at this blog and be wondering why I would say a math class at Purdue University "isn't that bad". I'm lucky for some reason math comes really easy to me. Henceforth why I'm a Accounting major!

One of my favorite movies by far is South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut. After I finish studying I'm definitly going to sit down and enjoy the film. It's hillarious. I know that there are some people out there who despise South Park mostly for its crude humor and vulgarness. I think those people need to notice the upside of South Park.

South Park offers great lessons and morals behind what may seem to be crude(comma) childish humor. Let's take for example The South Park Movie. Some may seem this as a foolish attempt to poke at Canada(comma) the story line being about Terrance and Phillip two Canadian film makers who make a terrible vulgar film that children all across America watch. Many parents believe that the films have corrupted their children. In response the parents go after the Canadian film makers and hold them as hostages. They then threaten to execute the Canadians and go to war with Canada.

Suprisingly(comma) it is quite an interesting plot line. When all of these parents are creating groups and going against the Canadians that the children are at home being neglected. The moral is aimed more towards adults. It states that maybe instead of being worried about who created the vulgarities in the youth that maybe they should be more loving and concerned about the youth. Instead of chasing after the cause they should be more concerned and observant of their children and their behavior.

Nonetheless it is an epic film. I suggest that anyone who can stomach a little bit of vulger humor to watch it. WARNING: It is Rated R.

So this week was I lying about: Spicy Crispy Chicken Breast(comma) three exams (comma) South Park.

My apologizes about the comma button mishap I will try to have it fixed by next week.

Currently listening to: "I Don't Care" by Fall Out Boy

Monday, February 16, 2009

Winner by Default

Unfortunately no one properly guessed last week's lie. There was one guess, Zebra Lady guessed that I was lying about the adult store. Actually that was a true story! The actual lie was the corvette story. My dad didn't buy himself a new car. I wish he had that would be sweet!

I'm glad to hear positive feedback about the new insertion of Horizontal Breaks. I'll keep doing that to make the reading of my blog much easier.

So just a quick score check, Zebra Lady gets the point of the week for her valiant effort. Clairpet:2, Zebra Lady:1, and everyone else:0. Good luck everybody on this week's edition! I'll try my best to post it as early as possible!

Today is the first day of Spring Training for majority of Major League Baseball teams. Of course my pre-season favorite is the Cubs. Over the offseason the Cubs added Milton Bradley, and removed some of the unnecessary players in my opinion, such as Jason Marquis who was by far one of my least favorite Cubs players.

By far my favorite Cubs player is Alfonso Soriano, he is the only player to ever have 40 home runs, 40 doubles, and 40 stolen bases in a Major League season. He is also the only player on the 40-40 club to have not been accused of using steroids. The 40-40 club is players who have hit 40 home runs and have stolen 40 bases in one season.

His company in the 40-40 club is Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds, and Alex Rodriguez. Canseco wrote a book on how often he did steroids, and with that book he also brought down many of his fellow steroid users. Barry Bonds is the king of steroids and Alex Rodriguez has recently been accused of using steriods and openly admitted to the use. I just hope and pray that Alfonso Soriano hasn't been taking steroids. That would make me very dissappointed he is by far my favorite player in the game.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

LOST, Adult Stores, and Corvettes

So, there was only one vote for what kind of style to break apart the parts of my entries with. The winner was Horizontal Breaks. I'm excited so you should be too!

My dad got a new car last week. He use to drive a 2004 Mitsubishi Eclipse, it was a baby blue color. Not a good color for a man who is six feet tall, and well over 200 pounds. Well for that fact a baby blue car isn't a good color for any man. He purchased himself a black 2007 Corvette.

When I heard this I was ecstatic, Corvettes are by far my favorite type of car. I'm going home next weekend just to try to see if I can convince him to let me drive it some. I doubt that it will work, I could barely convince my dad to let me drive his old car. Wish me luck; I'll let you all know how that goes.

This last weekend was by far one of the best weekends I've had at college. I'm really good friends with alot of the guys on my floor. One of my friends on the floor is this young Asian lad he's one of those people who are extremely pure about everything in life. He grew up in a very protective household, and it's quite easy to tell. He never stays out very late, always studies, and doesn't really enjoy life. We'll call him "Bill" for this story's sake.

We took advantage of the fact that one of my other friends has a car at Purdue. Last Saturday we began the evening by cruising around thinking about what we should do, and then we came up with a great idea. We were going to go to the Adult Fantasy Shop and purchase Bill something so then maybe he would loosen up a little more about life.

It was quite a funny experience because we get into the Adult Fantasy Shop and one of my friends had forgotten his state ID but, lucky for us the man operating the counter was kind enough to allow him in anyways. We found what we wanted to get him and checked out. The cashier was probably one of the nicest cashiers I've ever spoken to, he forewarned us that because there was a bar nearby to watch out for cops.

On the ride home we did see a cop. Luckily, being the good citizens we are, we were following all of the laws! During the ride home we discussed good options for how to present Bill with his gift. We decided that we were going to hide it in one of our jackets and he would have to guess, while one of my friends videotaped the experience.

We got back to the dorm and Bill didn't have very much luck guessing, he didn't guess the right person until they were the last option. When we presented Bill with his gift he was the happiest I've seen him. He was actually probably the happiest he's ever been.

My friends and I have watched the video of presentation again, and seeing how glad he was made me happy. It was by far one of the funniest moments of my life.

Ever since coming to college, I have stopped watching as much TV as I use to. But one show that I always watch still is LOST it is in my opinion the best show on television. My favorite thing about LOST is the deepness of the characters. If you've ever seen LOST you would notice that the flashbacks and flash forwards that have come to be a major part of LOST usually increases our knowledge about the characters.

Another part that I really like about LOST is how intensely deep it is. Unfortunately, if you began to watch the show now you would be lost without knowing what happened in the past. The plot line twists and turns and always seems to throw a wrench in what you think may be occurring in the show. I really enjoy that part because it keeps you always on your toes, and thinking.

So was I falsifying about: Corvette, last weekend, or LOST?

Currently Listening to: "Walking Disaster" by Sum 41.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Better Luck Next Time!

Unfortunately, we didn't have any winners this week for which of my stories were lies. The options were: SPAMALOT, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, or Navy Pier. The correct answer was Navy Pier. The closest guess was Claripet, who guessed SPAMALOT. Although, they did guess the incorrect event by default she does win. I did go to SPAMALOT, actually it was the second time I had seen it. Also, I'm not a huge fan of Navy Pier. It's just the kinda place that you only go to once, at least for me. Many of the things that are there aren't capable of holding my attention for very long.

Which makes the score: Claripet:2 Everyone else in the whole world who is reading this:0. That's alright better luck next time everyone!

In the upcoming week, the main section of my blog is recieving a slight renovation,I will either be bulleting, numbering, or inserting horizontal breaks to distinctly show where one story ends and another begins. Sadly I don't know how to insert a horizontal break, so if anyone wants to give me directions I can do that. But, let's take a vote and whichever one wins I will use that format style

SO VOTE! Bullets? Numbers? or Horizontal Breaks?

Ahhh Democracy at work.

Big news, Blink-182 appeared at the Grammy's last night. It was epic. Being a huge Blink fan myself, the moment brought tears to my eyes. I have been listening to the trio for so long I can't remeber a moment in my life without them. It's great that Tom Delonge decided that he wanted to finally get back to making amazing music. Finally, the world is back to normal.

Ever since the big news I have done nothing but listen to Blink-182, it is a very very exciting time for music at least in my interests. Two of my favorite bands Blink-182, and Angels & Airwaves are coming out with new CDs this year. Rumor also has it that Green Day may be coming out with a new album, who are also in my top 10 of favorite artists.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The Windy City

This last weekend I took a break from college life and went to Chicago with my family for the weekend. At first this may seem like an exciting adventure, but to me it really isn't. I live in a Northwest Suburb of Chicago so I can go to Chicago pretty much whenever I like, so it ruins its special appeal that it may have for most of my readers. But that's alright because this time I was going with some of my family that I hadn't seen in a long time.

My cousins picked me up from Purdue on last Saturday and we traveled together to Chicago. Upon arriving at our hotel in Chicago, I immediately turned on the Michigan vs. Purdue game, and to see how I felt about that, feel free to read my last post!

That afternoon we went to see the show SPAMALOT which is a very, very funny play. It is based on the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which is by far one of my favorite movies. The play is very random and humorous as well, it is a parody of the times of King Arthur and his round table. They make suggestions about how possibly maybe some of the knights of the round table weren't actually as noble as they are suggested to be. One of my favorite moments of the play is when the french guard taunts King Arthur when he is attempting to enter the castle because he is the "King of England". The french guard has many revolting sayings that he says back to him such as "I fart in your general direction". Definitly my favorite part of the play.

Moving on, that evening we all went to the performance of "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" by the neo-futurists. It is the longest running show in Chicago, and is an outlet for Graduate theater majors attempting to "get back at the world". I thoroughly enjoyed the performance, and it reminded me of how free-spirited some people can be. I don't know why but I feel like that at Purdue there isn't very many free spirited people.

The idea behind TMLMBGB is that the cast does 30 plays in 60 minutes. They are all written and directed by the cast. I really enjoyed the show. There were some acts that were humorous and some that we're very serious. One of the humorous ones were with these two girls and they were playing twister, and "Single Ladies" by Beyonce was playing in the background. They discussed about how their life as single ladies is the best thing ever, I'm not sure if they were being sarcastic or not, and then at the end one of the male actors came out of the crowd with his hand up and he said "I did put a fucking ring on it". It was hillarious because in the song Beyonce says "If you like it then you should've put a ring on it", many times.

The following afternoon my whole family and I went to Navy Pier. At Navy Pier they have an IMAX theater, and many different entertainment options. They also have Bubba Gump which is by far one of my favorite restaurants in Chicago. We went to the IMAX theater and saw The Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience. The best film of 2008, in my opinion, is amazing in the IMAX theaters, and I suggest that anyone who is a fan of the movie to see it in IMAX, it is a whole different, enchanced experience. After watching the three hour film we were all feeling pretty hungry, so we enjoyed Bubba Gump. Delicousness, to say the least.

It was my cousins and Aunts first time at Navy Pier, so we walked around alot and saw all of the other amusements that are availible to enjoy. Navy Pier is much more enjoyable in the summer though, because out on the pier are a few different amusement options ranging from a ferris wheel to small mineature rollar coasters.

This week am I lieing about: SPAMALOT, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, or Navy Pier?

Currently listening to: "Right On Time" by O.A.R. from Album In Between Now and Then

Monday, February 2, 2009

Muck Fichigan..

Congratulations to Claripet, for having the correct answer to last week's blog post that I didn't slip. But, it was true that I met Robbie Hummel and that I have a new found addiction to World of Warcraft.

On a side note, I don't know if any of you watched the Michigan vs. Purdue basketball matchup on saturday afternoon. I was able to catch some of it and to say the least I was livid. Michigan's leading scorer Manny Harris recieved a pass from a fellow Wolverine and noticed he was being closely guarded by reigning Big Ten Conference Defensive player of the year, Chris Kramer. Harris then lifted his elbows after recieving the ball and deliberatley turned his left elbow straight into Kramer's face.

Immediatley Kramer fell to the ground, according to an ESPN article, Kramer stated that he had lost conciousness for a short amount of time, to wake up with his face in a pool of blood. Team trainers believe that Kramer broke his nose, but he did return with about 15 minutes left in the second half with a face mask on.

I found a quote from the Detroit Free Press where Manny Harris stated, "I'm sorry his face got in the way." To me that doesn't seem like a very sincere apology.

One of the worst things about this recent violence by Manny Harris is that it is the second time in one week a Michigan player has acted violently towards another player. In the Ohio State game on January 28th, Michigan Guard Zach Novak elbowed an Ohio State player in the face. Seems as though it's the trend for this team, which is sad just because you've gone from a good team to become the bottom-feeders of the Big Ten there is still no place for those actions in basketball.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

WoW, is Robbie Hummel slipping?

My friends and I study in a very strange area, the Purdue University Airport. Despite the fact that it is located a mile from our place of residency, it seems to have a feeling of death during the night, and that it is plastered with Emelia Earhart memorabilia it is by far the best place on campus to study. Before discovering the diamond in the ruff that is the Airport we studied at the lobby in our residence hall, eventually everyone else caught onto this tactic and the lobby became overcrowded, and too loud to study. One of the numerous benefits to studying at the lobby is that we have entertainment in the form of watching the late night travelers departing and arriving at the airport. During an evening last week we saw the woman's basketball team from Minnesota University depart, and those ladies were much taller than expected. Moving on though, in the same night a plane arrived and I was looking through the windows. I turned to my friend and said " I think that's Chris Kramer in that plane." My friend was unsure if it was him or not so we got back to doing our homework not worrying about the plane.

Some quick background: I am a die hard Purdue Boilermakers Basketball fan, I'm a member of Paint Crew, the student cheering section for the team. By far my favorite player on the team is Robbie Hummel, since he became a Boilermaker last year, he has been my favorite player to watch in the NCAA. He is 6'8" averages 13.2 points per game, and is currently suffering from a back injury, but still plays. He is a phenomenal team player, and a Management major in Krannert's School of Management.

Back to the story, I'm positive that this is the men's basketball team sitting in their plane waiting to get off. My friend turns to me and tells me that maybe we should go just so they have their space. I refuse, after all it is a public area we have a right to be there as much as they do. The basketball team gets out of the plane and comes into the gate where we usually do homework, and they begin to talk to us. I congratulated them on the great game they had just played in Minnesota, and immediatley found Robbie. I asked him if he could give me his autograph, for my girfriend his "biggest fan" (I told him this so he wouldn't think I was some kind of freak). He was very generous and signed a sheet of loose leaf paper with a nice note to her. We talked for about a minute and he was by far one of the nicest people I've ever met. My friend took a picture of him and I, and then the team left. That night was by far one of the most exciting of my collegiate career so far.

The next major thing that happened last week was that I got rehooked on World of Warcraft. In case you have yet to hear, World of Warcraft is easily the most popular video game in the world, with eleven and a half million people playing. I'll be honest I have a video gaming problem, if I pick up a video game you may not see me for the next week. But when it comes to World of Warcraft and I it's totally different, it's the heroine of video games. Let's just say every moment I've not been doing homework, sleeping, or going to class I have been playing.

I'm going to have to go ahead and blame my older brother for this, he is also a World of Warcraft addict and he pressured me into it. The problem with playing this game for me is that I have no attention span for anything else in life at the moment. I always think about it. It's an addiction, there's an outside chance I need help, probably not though. I know some of my readers are probably thinking that I'm a huge nerd. You're right, I agree. Right when I'm done posting this, I'll be playing for sure. I enjoy school, love video games, and see nothing wrong with spending my whole weekend playing video games and doing homework. That's not to say I don't have a social life, I have plenty of friends I'm just friends with people who think and feel the same way I do about life. It works well.

My final story that I'm going to present you with is about the weather here in the midwest and how it almost killed me today. As some of you may know it's currently snowing, snow + cold= icey conditions. Unfortunatley at Purdue University someone had the wise idea that instead of actually using a plow to plow the sidewalks that a snow polisher would be a good idea. Now I call it a snow polisher but no, it isnt actually a snow polisher. It's a tractor with a gigantic cylandrical spinning brush on the front. Which esentially removes the large amounts of snow leading to a seemingly snowless sidewalk with a two centimeter thick layer of ice on it.

I have bad balance, and I walk weird. I seem to slip and fall alot, and this morning I saw a girl fall on the ice, I felt bad about it but it was one of those situations where you can't help but laugh. I laughed a little, to myself of course. But then I was treking back across campus and I started to lose my balance on the ice but then I regained it again. I started to walk again, thinking about what I was going to write in my blog today, and then I started to slip again and then I all out fell. Straight on my rear. It hurt, I heard some laughing. Then I remebered, Karma sucks.

I decided that in every time I write on my blog I'm going to include a currently listening to section, in which you can see what some of my music preferences are, if they're similar to yours feel free to drop me a comment.

Currently Listening to: "Enema of the State" by Blink-182

So, which was I lying about? Your choices are: Robbie Hummel, World of Warcraft, or Slipping.

Let's Get It Started!

Hello, welcome to my blog. Seeing as this is my first post I was going to explain to you all what this blog is going to be about, and how it is going to work. But first things first, the title of this blog post reminded me of a song, you should all check it out it's quite catchy. Let's Get it Started-Black Eyed Peas, great, and catchy song.

Moving on, my blog posts are going to be about different events that occur in my life, every week I will talk about two real events that occurred, and one I will make up. The goal is to be correct about which one I'm lying about. Feel free to comment, and guess which event you believe is going to be false. For your convenience, I will BOLD the certain names of events to make it more simple for you to communicate which event you think is false.

Just to forwarn you all, my english skills are mediocre at best but I will put forth full effort to make my posts readable and enjoyable! Enjoy!