Okay, so I know that it's only 9:00 am but I have already been surfing the web. It started this morning when I recieved my daily Dilbert comic strip in my mailbox. I liked it so much that I just had to print it, so I clicked the link to print and it took me to Dilbert.com, from there I was able to read Scott Adams' blog. I used to read it all the time and then just stopped, don't know why, because even though he's a liberal/democrat, something other than republican, I have always enjoyed his blogs.
So after learning about bugs that can make crude oil with their waste products http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/environment/article4133668.ece I began to read some comments, which led me to another blog, which led me to a pretty cool website that could only hold my interest for 10-15 minutes (after all I've only been at work for 45, so it couldn't have been that long). But it was pretty neat, the link should be below. But you take a picture with just one face in it (oh how I wanted to take a picture with me and someone else but it wouldn't have worked) and then you zoom in on the face and you go through a few steps, then you get to play. But the reason it only held my interest for a few minutes was because you didn't get to choose exactly what happens, you get to choose a "style" and it changes it for you. For your enjoyment I've saved a few of my favorites for you to see.
Some of them are super weird, as though I had a really bad expereince at the tanning bed or something and in the process my mouth always comes out looking funny. Anyway, like I said, I'll post the link, and if any of you are interested in trying it out let me know how yours turn out. You know, post them to your own blogs or something, except Cassie because for some reason I don't get to read her blog (hint-hint). Anyway, here's the link. http://morph.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Transformer/
Not much else is going on except for the obvious boredom, but I think that you guys have guessed at that.
Last night we had Open Mic Night for FHE. I was going to read the poem from Never Been Kissed, but not enough people from my support group were there so I didn't have the guts to do it. But the evening turned out pretty well. I was worried that it might be awkward and there were certain times that it was, but over all I think everyone did a really good job and I'm glad I didn't flake out like some people...oh, I mean, uh, I love my roommates! Just kidding.
I wish I weren't so bored this early in the day.