Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Another template change. Yeah, you get the drift. I change it monthly, usually. Pending I'm not too busy. Since I only revised the masthead and link colors, this was a bit of a synch. I think, minus the picture surfing time, it only took me 30-40 minutes to complete the masthead and mess with the coding. Not bad. It's not like I'm keeping a record or anything like that, but it is nice to see something get done quickly and efficiently.

In case you are curious, I chose to mesh these two images together because they symbolize, I think, the lyrics that go along with it. Personally, I'm in a state of adjustment and change, and with that adjustment and change comes a bit of confusion as I'm trying to piece together everything in my schedule so that I have enough time for the things I want to do and the things I have to do. The empty piece, then, means that it's not quite finished, if it ever will be. It's a reflection of where I am and what I'm doing right now. There is no literal connection between the song name and what is going on in my life right now, nor is their any literal connection between the chosen lyrics and my current actions (I'm not always staring at the clock, etc. [Haha!]). So, any inferences thereof not stated above are your own, and not my thoughts.

4 comments:

Bree said...

Whaddya mean "it only too me 30-40 minutes"? Captain Typo...first your prose, now this! Where does it end, dude? Huh? Where does it end?? With your diamond eyes?

LOL! Tonight was fun...we should do random shit more often. Damn this commute! XD

magnetic_poet said...

Hey Wayne, I have to tell you this: I mentioned your blog in my Senior Seminar class this week. (Don't worry, I didn't use your name in case you're wondering). We were talking about how the individual act of reading affects other people and I read your comment about Atlas Shrugged. They thought it was way funny! I used it as proof that reading influences those who aren't reading themselves. Anyway, thanks for the laughs! :-)

Thister said...

Haha! Glad I could be of some service :)
That post was funny to me too because I've read Atlas Shrugged, and I don't think someone would just read is leisurely. At least, not most people. The next thing you know, though, after reading one of Ayn Rand's books said person will become an unbearable ass. I know I was after I read Atlas Shrugged for a good, oh, two months or so. Haha! Damn her and her Objectivisim!

Hey, when do you want your book o'poems back?

I should probably just send out an e-mail, huh?

I'll talk to you later :)

Thister said...

And you, oh cursed one of the dark, how dare you speak to me like that! Just kidding! HAHA!

We did have fun last night and Chad seems like a cool guy. I'm glad we picked him up and that we got to talk. It's going to be another interesting, and hopefully fun, semester/year of debate.

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