More of that Allen stuff

Upon the request of vociferouspanda, I decided to write a little more about life itself.

-I finally saw Kill Bill, Vol. 2 last Saturday with some of my old dorm friends.  Definitely a must see, but the first one is so much better.  The characters just seemed a lot more interesting in Volume one, plus there was far too much dialog and far too linear.  The good points of the first one are still in the second one though like the awesome soundtrack and ridiculous action remain in place.  Yeah, you got to see it.
-I missed the Fraternity’s exchange with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority last Friday.  I don’t know, I don’t do well with sorority girls (or girls in general for that matter) and I certainly just didn’t think I would have fun.  Perhaps I was wrong, but it’s too late to do anything about it now.
-I was thinking of applying to join the community , but then I think to myself “do I really want my confidence destroyed by people on the internet?” I don’t know maybe I should do it, but still it’s scary.
-It’s funny how at parties how I just grab guys I meet at the parties to be my wingmen to approach women with.  It kind of works and kind of doesn’t really.
-I just revised my resume, and well, I’m not very proud of it.  I’ll post it online soon, but I’m not really sure I want to.
-If you think comics aren’t cool, read The Ultimates, Vol. 1: Super-human.  The art, the story, the concepts, the dialog are just awesome.  It’s about a small task force of superpowered individuals created by the US Government to take down the superpowered villains of today.  It may seem like an ordinary comic, but the heroes themselves are so flawed.  One is a schizophrenic hippie who claims to be a Thunder God, another is a scientist with Prozac addiction, and so much more.  You just have to check it out.
-Speaking of superheroes, I came up with a few of them in high school and wrote a few stories.  I think I’ll post up my ideas in another entry.  Look for it.
-Pool party this Saturday, May 1.  Should be fun.

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