Where is my city?
The Midwest has so little.
I can't wait to fly.
And school is started. So much work! I was sad, but I didn't try out for the Spanish play. It would just be too much, I think. :( This grad class is keeping me on my toes, for sure.
But there's still time to kill on weekends. And it's a total bummer that there isn't much to do around here. I miss all the crazy stuff that happened in and around San Francisco all the time. There isn't really an audience for it here, though. I talked to Kam about a thing Evan had mentioned to me: a rave in the forest called "Dance of the Primes." His comment? "You know, Val, if we had a 'Dance of the Primes,' nine people would show up and six of them would be wearing capes."
I want to get something like that started for Btown, though. Just, you know, anything really cool. The dance party last year ("People are Still Having Sex") was a lot of fun; I hope that it happens again in the not-too-distant future. I think our first comedy club is opening sometime soon.
The career fair was yesterday. It's amazing the looks you can get from people if you dress sharp. I walked around with my friend Stuart (or maybe Stewart, I don't actually know), who was in a nice suit with a tie and all, and I was wearing my suit, and we got pulled over by the NSA and some other people. It was exciting. I actually got an email today from Microsoft offering an interview. I wonder if I'll do it? I mean, it can't hurt to practice technical interviews, eh? Plus that's kind of cool.