Everyone dies famous in a small town

I mentioned in my last post how I took commercial art classes in college. It was the last year that the University of Nebraska – Kearney was still known as Kearney State College. Six or seven years later, my brother, Mike, went to college at UNK and enrolled in the same art class with the same teacher who assigned the same projects. I had kept all of my projects, so if my brother was feeling a bit lazy, he just submitted my work. I was okay with that, until he ended up getting better grades on my work than I received!

Mike and I are headed to Viva Las Vegas tomorrow to attend Affiliate Summit. As you can see from previous pictures (2006, 2007), I’m sure we will have a good time. I am anxious to get to the warmer weather, as I am getting sick of the snow, ice and cold here! Last week I slid on the ice while driving right into the back of another vehicle. And this week, I fell on my arse on the ice and hit the back of my head. My new shoes didn’t provide much traction on the ice, and now I have an excuse for acting a bit flighty. 65 degrees in Vegas will feel like a heat wave.

Funny email of the day…

patriotic condom The government today announced that it is changing its emblem from an Eagle to a CONDOM because it more accurately reflects the government’s political stance. A condom allows for inflation, halts production, destroys the next generation, protects a bunch of pricks, and gives you a sense of security while you’re actually being screwed!

Song stuck in my head… “Famous in a Small Town” by Miranda Lambert – If you live in a small town like myself, the words in this song hit close to home.

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  1. kim April 7, 2008

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