Sunday, November 9, 2008
Soooooo, I know I already posted about the tuesday night election activities in front of the white house BUT I thought this one needed to be said as well...
A GW kid made the front page of the Washington Post on Wednesday morning. Personally, I think it is an epic picture in general and it just so happens that he is a friend of mine but he represents all of our school on the front page of a huge national newspaper, so i thought you should probably know about it.
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Pretty much everyone has loved Obama for a while now, but the real love showed around 11pm on tuesday night when CNN made the prediction that Obama would win presidency. From that moment on, not only did the screaming not stop until 3am but all the Gdubs kids knew exactly where to go... the White House.
It was said in an article that I read that the secret service had never seen anything like it and I believe them. It was an incredible experience that really does only happen once in a life time.
p.s. i know this is a little late, but GW got somewhat of a shoutout ( if thats what you want to consider it)
"Thanks to guest writer/my co-worker Mike for going to the 10/11 Girl Talk show at 9:30 Club in DC and for doing a quick write-up about his experience. Here goes:
Aside from the audience selected exclusively from GW frat boys from the J. Crew catalogue and ironically-dressed hipsters, Girl Talk took on DC in the perfect venue."
Saturday, November 1, 2008
No feelings were hurt, no property destroyed, ect. Yet I did a very stupid thing as figured by the post's head title. Now what was this thing I did?
Well, it all starts out on Halloween. I saw the week before washing my clothes that I only had enough laundry detergent for one more run, so I set out to buy some more at Target. I made the trip with a couple of friends and upon getting there, I decided to purchase two large boxes instead of just one. For five minutes, they tried to convince me that just one box would suffice. Being the stubborn person that I am, I calmly explained that getting two boxes was reasonable as I did not want to make another trip in the future. They gave up and went to get their own things.
Back in my dorm room, I did the math and found out I had bought enough laundry detergent to last me through the fall of 2010.