Props to my old boss for making herstory!
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Monday, February 25, 2008
Sunday, February 24, 2008
Yale plans to expand:
“If you’re ever going to expand, this is the right time to do it,” [Roland] Betts said, citing Yale’s robust health as an institution at this point in its history. “You have an unbelievably precious resource here called the Yale education, and you sort of have a duty to provide it to as many people as you possibly can.”
It's funny though, because the way Betts feels about a Yale education is the way I feel about Delino blog posts.
Friday, February 22, 2008
Friday, February 15, 2008
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Yes, they're back and here's when all your favorite shows will be back. This is all well and good, but before we get too excited, let's remember that most of these show suck. I was actually sort of happy drifting along and catching up on old shows. Of course if The Wire had been delayed, things might have been different...and Lester has a job again which is cool. So on the whole it's good I suppose, just not as amazing as people think. Sort of like everything.
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
At the all-student game in the basement of Trumbull College, the action is no-limit hold 'em with blinds of fifty cents and a dollar. On the evening of November 12, the competition at the too-small hexagonal table was sufficiently talented to relieve me of $290 in less than three hours. Alex Jacob. Richard Berger. Ben Morris. Remember these names, pokeristas. Beware the Trumbull game, fishes. Mr. Berger, a skinny, bearded junior who as a freshman had won a one-table satellite against touring pros Daniel Negreanu and Allen Cunningham, raked three good-sized pots I was in; he also laid down pocket jacks when I flopped a straight against him, even though the board was 8-high. Berger and his pals may have had Swahili folklore or Kantian epistemology papers a week overdue, but these guys could play.
Thursday, February 07, 2008
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Monday, February 04, 2008
A mini-Giants rally broke out at 34th and 3rd last night after the win. There was the requisite flashing girl, the 18-1 chants, toilet paper everywhere, and of course, plenty of police. Not enough burning cars though, Detroit is still the ultimate riot town.
A lone Patriots fan:
It felt great to savor my first major sports championship as an adult.