“This Current Event is about Barack Obama and what he is doing with the Presidency. He has elected Bill Clinton, but some are worried that he won’t be a good candidate. If he poses a threat like most say he will, this could affect where America will end up.”—Found discarded in the LRCA Computer Lab. As Ben said, it’s really hard to be both exceptionally vague and exceptionally wrong; to do that takes true genius. (via ptbruiser)
“Whenever you see the word “Client” in something to do with building, you know there just has to be an architect involved because no one else in the building game ever refers to anyone as “clients.” It is such a strange word, isn’t it? In a shop you are a customer, on a train you are a passenger, in a hospital you are a patient, in a class you are a student, in the economy at large you’d be a consumer. But client? The only people who have clients are lawyers, architects and prostitutes, all of whom have to live with the reputation that they are simply out to screw you. Only the prostitute is honest about it.”—Architects, Lawyers, and Prostitutes
So lately I have been having a lot of ideas (for essays, designs, shortstories ect.), granted most of them have been bad ones. The problem is that I lose them because I don’t record them. It is hard to keep up with one good idea when you have six or seven bad ones the same day, but today one of them managed to stick (though it isn’t a very original one). I had an idea for what I call my “idea catcher”. It is simple. I am going to carrying around a notepad, and throughout the week write down my ideas as they come to me. At the end of the week I am going to select one of them and carry it out. I am hoping to start making more use out of my time and effort.