coryanotado: (angry - jim hates you)
Just a heads up to everyone I know IRL:

I am currently having a very very bad day. Granted, it's ONLY 11 AM, but still. I'm not going to be very happy. Cheering me up may work. Hugs are preferred.

Also, I think tomorrow, I'll be going to the Apple Store. Katie, tell Gabby.
coryanotado: (homestar - the cheat chalk)
Your EQ is 147

50 or less: Thanks for answering honestly. Now get yourself a shrink, quick!
51-70: When it comes to understanding human emotions, you'd have better luck understanding Chinese.
71-90: You've got more emotional intelligence than the average frat boy. Barely.
91-110: You're average. It's easy to predict how you'll react to things. But anyone could have guessed that.
111-130: You usually have it going on emotionally, but roadblocks tend to land you on your butt.
131-150: You are remarkable when it comes to relating with others. Only the biggest losers get under your skin.
150+: Two possibilities - you've either out "Dr. Phil-ed" Dr. Phil... or you're a dirty liar.

I think this is bullshit. What does everyone else think? Do I relate to others well?
coryanotado: (range game)
Now that summer's here, and boredom kicks into full swing, I guess it's about time I actually write in my LJ as opposed to posting pictures, polls, and other stupid shit.

Here's the quick, condensed version of the last... oh, month or so.

>> I am starting to get weary of the radio station. Our current GM is a real dick, most of the people who I had the most fun with and enjoyed the most at the radio station are leaving, and the only real reasons for me to stick around are Dana (my cohost), Dawn (my advisor), and the alumni wanting me to keep everything in check. So, yeah. I'll stick around.

>> A lot of my friends at La Salle are seniors. Doc, George, Juliano, Ben, Phogan, Ray, Terry, Betsy, Renee, Beverly... That's just counting on both hands. There's a ton more. Flanny, Beth... Tons of them. I'm going to miss all of them. Congratulations, guys. You worked hard and you're free. I know a lot of you didn't want to leave. If that's really the case, then you would have intentionally failed. ::grin::

>> My summer grant money should be coming this week. I shouldn't have to get a job this summer. That means, time to spend with [ profile] colorwhirl!

>> Me and Suz's ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSIRATIONFEST is coming up on May 26. Man, the past year has been awesome. Outstanding. Wonderful. Phenominal. I love Suzanne. I really do.

>> Lolo and I are going to a Phillies game on the 29th. Phils/Nationals with DOLLAR DOG NIGHT. It's going to be fun.

>> The icons I need the most: "Who has two thumbs and hates you? This guy," an icon of Cronk from The Emperor's New Groove, and possibly some kind of Aaron Rowand icon. That man is a hero.

I'll post more. I swear. Toodles!
coryanotado: (Pigs Can't Play Soccer)
Sometimes, at least. I want to be an artist. I want to make cool-looking pictures. The only problem is, everyone else has made cool stuff already, and I can only make things that look like other people's cool things. Therefore, I am a hack. I'm rather good at being a hack, but that's besides the point. I guess that why I'm in school now: to be less of a hack.

This is my hackery. An image taken from stock photography, with brushes downloaded free from a website, with a typeface I did not create, with a cliche that everyone has uttered at least once.

But alas, it is my own.

A bit more about my design eye, just in case anyone's curious. I like working with photography. I feel that photography makes my projects mean a bit more, because it's infused with things from the real world. In high school, I made a flyer for a prom. It was a girl lying on the ground, facing the camera. It looked very chic, but no one understood it. At that point I thought I was an artist.

I'm not. I just make graphics.


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