Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Just as Much A Holiday as Columbus Day

There have been no blogs for a while, but I'll do what I can in the future. More importantly, big electronics recycling drive on May 17th. It is at McCallum High School (5600 Sunshine Dr) from 9-2. Bring anything, computers, cell phones, cd players, televisions. Let us relieve you of the shit that has just been sitting around your house for years.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Uncut Dope

Here is the uncut mission statement of our project. It will have to be edited for content, but this is how I want it, and how it should be. Let me know how much you agree.

Nobody loves sitting under the shade of a tree on a hot and windy summer day more than we do. Part time students, part time environmentalists, full time badasses, we are conscience of the beauty of mother earth and the need for her preservation. We are not trying to bring back the hippie movement, or inspire everyone to drive hybrid cars, but we feel like we have polluted enough in our day to try and give something back. If you feel the same, join our cause, if not, fuck you.

Logos Need Friends Too

The problem with the project is the lack of slogan. If you remember, I slaved over a logo sometime ago, but now my creative insight is once again required. The logo must be accompanied by a slogan of equal badassness. That may sound unprofessional, but if you have seen the logo, or had an insight as to what the slogan will be, you will have no other word to describe the pair. Sit in suspense, dear reader.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Blog Status

My blog has been dismal in these recent weeks, but it is not the fault of you, dear reader. Our computer program is nearing liftoff and so of course there is chaos. My blog has taken a back seat, but it is for the better. I make your lives better with my words, but I make other lives better through my work. This blog brings nothing but the passing giggle, but my project is important. I will try not to forget about you, but my blog could very nearly be seeing the beginning of the end. It may prevail, it may not.