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I'm just going to jump right into it. Thursday our group was invited to watch a coloring session for a short film Rob Kirbyson directed. Rob was a guest speaker for one of our classes out here, and he invited us to see the coloring process. For those who don't know, films usually go through some sort of coloring process after they are done being edited. It's one of the last things to happen before the project is wrapped up. This is to ensure all the color in the film is the ...
... and creator of the USSR, and yes I looked this up for accuracy), Leninade is a fruity lemonade soda that comes in a decorated bottle of satirical Soviet Russia propaganda. Phrases like "A drink for the masses" and "A taste worth standing in line for" cover the outside of the bottle, making it the most entertaining beverage I've ever had. Leninade reminds me (not because of Communism) of Evart Michigan, which is where I've worked for the past few summers. ...
... was a boat, not a person. We were thinking of all these great puns to say. Things like "she really handles the storms well" or "she's reliable and alway's keeps me afloat" or "She always has wind in her sails and keeps me on the right course." (I'm sorry if this doesn't make any sense, but I promise it was hilarious at the time) We got back to PCC and watched the 3rd Harry Potter and went to bed. It was a great weekend with a lot of laughs and good times.
... I think I just made that word up. In the after noon, we headed to Bel Air Presbyterian Church to watch the Oscars. They had it on a big screen and ballots to fill out for who we think will win. It was like march madness, but for movies. This year, I have never been so prepared to watch the oscars. I saw 6 out of the 8 films up for best picture, so I had a good idea of what was out there. I also, for the first time, had somewhat of a clue as to who ...
... to the parade site. We got up in our bleacher and found our seats. It wsn't as crowded as I thought it would be and we settled in to watch the happenings. There were vendors peddeling their wares, kids running up and down the street, police patroling and moms and dads hollering at the little ones. A kalidescope of activity to be sure....And it was still cold....
The parade soon started and we enjoyed all the bands, floats, ...
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