I was able to talk to him after the lecture and discuss religion as a cultural phenomenon. He is an awesome guy who was very open and vocal about this Atheism. After the lecture he went with members from the Secular Student Alliance for some mexican food :) What a lovely man.
I didn't realize that my camera was out of juice so I had to use my g1. I am a little dissapointed in myself that I did not have a good camera available and that I did not record the lecture (someone else shared this same dissapointment). Notice the purple shirts throughout the room :) I was so happy to see all the support for the gay community in the room! Yay gays :D
I'm wearing this to show support to the gay community:
Its been decided that on October, 20th 2010, we will wear purple in memorial of the GLBT youth who have committed suicide in recent weeks/months due to homophobic abuse in their homes and schools. Purple represents Spirit on the LGBTQ flag and thats exactly what we'd like all of you to have with you: Spirit. Please know that times will get better and that you will meet people who love you and respect you for who you are, no matter your sexuality. Wearing purple on the 20th in no way means you're a homosexual. It just means that you support the LGBTQ community, and that you are against homophobia.
Please wear purple on October, 20th 2010. Tell your friends, family, co-workers, neighbors and schools.
Tyler Clementi, Seth Walsh, Justin Aaberg, Raymond Chase, Asher Brown, Cody J. Barker, Harrison Chase Brown, Caleb Nolt, Billy Lucas, Jeanine Blanchette, and Chantal Dube.
We went to dunkin donuts today before hitting up Sam Flax. The owner is insane he just jumped the prices!!! Now a large iced coffee which used to be $3 is $5 a small iced coffee cost $3, a bagel twist $4.
IDK why I'm paying Starbucks prices for DD products...
So long DD on BVL....I'm sticking to the DD on kirkman! They are lucky they do not have a yelp account or they would be in for a bad review
Pictures of my Architecture Trip to Savannah...These photos will not be found in my photobucket or flickr account... There are so many pictures that I took 100+ that I cannot post them all on here. Savannah is a beautiful city. I had a better time than I thought I would. The city is so rich in art and architecture it is inspiring and uplifting. I had a smile from ear to ear throughout the walkabout. There was so much to see. Everywhere you look there was details from railings, flower pots, to gutters - its like everyone in the city is in on it. It was so amazing knowing that the smallest detail was not overlooked. We went into the SCAD store to see the student made goodies - it was like walking into Etsy. Everything was lovely, I wanted to buy something but everything that caught my eye was priced over my limit. This is a very pedestrian, bicycle and animal friendly city! I saw some really hip retro-style bikes, and adorable dogs which made me miss mine. We ended the tour at Habersham Hall/SCAD the old city jail; I was able to draw some inspiration through carbon before the security guard told us to get lost.
"When I was a student I hopped fences" a little b and e encouragement from our Miami U. Professor ;)
We are returning to Savannah in a couple of weeks. I cannot wait. These are some of my friends and architecture companions - not everyone who went is here...My camera ran out of juice once we reached the river.
M. at the fountain in Forsyth Park
I didn't catch her name...She hand makes flowers
the flowers she makes.
M. and Friend
K. C. D. M
S. and A.
Random students at Forsyth Park.
Random students at Forsyth park.
Walking through Forsyth Park.
Preaching the Gospel of Architecture - Professor T.
Who isn't awesome! Come on we are all pretty amazing. This was my basis for spreading the love, peace and good vibes. I was thinking of a way to promote the blog besides telling friends and anyone who listens.
I made this page with old school tear-aways adding a modern twist putting a barcode on it.