One solution might be to raise the damn water level. Still, it’s probably not a good idea to be diving into any water when your head is known to emit bolts of electricity.
No collection of mimes is complete without an actual re-enactment of this statue honoring The Marquis de Lafayette, an18th century French nobleman who fought beside the colonists in the Revolutionary War. Please forgive my lack of sword (substituted with Starbucks coffee).
If there were one image that symbolizes the greatness that will forever be Team Neuroscience, it would undoubtedly be Brian/Josh (where Josh >> Brian) slamming a handful of turkey into Seth’s mouth while Mike looks on in horror. Mike’s expression: quite possibly the funniest thing I have ever seen. Therefore, it was fitting that at […]
The color schemes in these MmmmDunford birthday cards suggests a commonality between the two characters. The color schemes, however, do not explain the bow tie, the flames, the mini skull, “hi rodney!”, “dad?”, the beer gut, the floating head, or the roller skates.
MG: I’m sorry you had to read my journal to find this out. Ever morning during my traverse to work, I use this crosswalk. In an effort to cut down on my commute time, I typically ignore the “Do Not Walk” sign, instead using the cement median as my safety island as I dart through […]
Despite his less-than-athletic appearance, the so-called “Iced Cube” was a lot harder to outrun than Pouya and I had anticipated. The Iced Cube eventually agreed to stop following us if Pouya would pose for one cell phone picture to show his friends. At Pouya’s request, the Iced Cube emailed the picture to us later that […]
The S. Rae Hickok Professional Athlete of the Year Award identifies perennial dominance and physical superiority, but most importantly, the willingness to perform aerial spread eagle maneuvers for the sake of posterity.
While posing in front of Ashwini and Andy’s cake, Bunzo and I discussed several options for our inevitable coupling. The only point of contention was the dress: the cranberry color Linslee made famous or perhaps a more vibrant deep red?
For five years, I walked past The Archer–in all his disproportionate-muscle-to-endowment-ratio glory–waiting for the perfect opportunity to stand by his side. In the end, I waited until the very last day that I was at UCLA to have Lindsay snap this picture in front of my entire family and the Neuroscience community. The pointing and […]
For the record, after Jen C. and Allison H. convinced me to publically humiliate myself at the M&M Factory during VegasFest 2004, I was able to gather enough strength and courage to be a part of the YouTube phenonmenon, The Plummer Pass. 673 views and counting… Note: do not try The Plummer Pass at home […]