May 05, 2005

Sleep, Work, and School. But I'm still alive!

     To re-assure you all that I'm not dead I'm making a post today. The proof that I am not dead comes from this photograph of me at Universal:

Man, actually looking at that photo... I look pretty bad... oh well! I guess it can't be helped now.

     Anyway, I remain inexhaustibly exhausted, but I also have some exciting news I'll give you tommorow to give you guys some suspence. I'm really sorry that I've let things slide like this, but I'm almost done with the huge deadly amounts of work I have to do, which has kept me from my blog so long. If you're still faithful enough to be reading this, I thank you: you are awesome. Please check back tommorow for another update.

Oh yes! And happy 05/05/05! This is one crazy awesome day!

Posted by Kickmyassman at May 5, 2005 10:32 PM

As if I had anything better to do than check your blog a couple times a day for an update. Anyone who tells you different, like I have studying to do that I didn't have time for even without checking your blog, is my brain and it's not wise to trust someone as crazy as him.

Posted by: Bio at May 5, 2005 11:30 PM

Considering that you've attached a masculine identity to your brain in the first place, how can we know to trust you?

Oh, and congratulations on not being dead, Kit!

Posted by: Eric at May 6, 2005 03:39 PM

Not to say I can be trusted, but in English male is the form used for unspecified or unknown gender.

Posted by: Bio at May 6, 2005 04:11 PM

Portuguese as well....
Just so everyone knows, scuzzstuff is now blocked by MCPS!
(This deserves a :-D and a :-( )

Posted by: Cavalkaf at May 6, 2005 05:38 PM

Actually, I believe the pronoun one would use is "it."
Ooh, and yesterday was indeed Cinco de Mayo '05. I had this whole plan where I was going to write 5^3 on all my papers instead of the date. But then I didn't get any papers.
I was really disappointed.

Posted by: Rebecca at May 6, 2005 08:53 PM

Under common usage, yes, "it" is generally accepted as a usable gender neutral pronoun, but it's technically only for non-human entities. Now, whether you should consider a human brain to be a human entity is a whole other debate that probably should not be gotten into here.

On issues somewhat more related to Kit's blog, Adam found during programming that was still valid. I also just noticed that the toon added was "There She Is." It sems my worthless influence strikes again.

Posted by: Bio at May 6, 2005 11:21 PM

As much as its nice to know that you think me for reading this update, I think the more proper terminology would be "I thank you."

Grammar nazi, away!!

Posted by: David at May 7, 2005 06:44 PM

God damn you grammar nazi! It may have been fixed and yet my psychological scars yet remain!

Posted by: kit at May 8, 2005 12:33 AM
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