Friday, September 12, 2008

Pellet



Here is a video about one the products that we sell at ThisWarmHouse (where I work) I did some editing and cutting (mostly cutting) so we could post it on youtube.

The Social Science Club (hopefully soon to be renamed) had it's first meeting today, and although I was one of only four students in attendance I'm still very exited. The new Anthropology Professor is great, and I think this is now going to be what I had hoped for (not that my hopes were ever very specific) when I first decided to major in this department. I think about three times as many people will be there once we get the schedule worked out. Dr. Clark talked about some attractive possibilities for field school (maybe as soon as next summer) to learn the art of contract archaeology. After you do that, so he said, you will be able to get a job at a dig every summer. So it should be good. And I think a lot more people will show up once we get the schedule worked out (we all knew of about 8 or 9 that had conflicts). So this is good. And week three is over.

- Andrew

7 comments:

Sherlock said...

Okay. I just spent 9 minutes and 57 seconds of my life watching this, and I have absolutley no idea what pellets are. still.


Food pellets for things like rabbits? Pellets for pelting hapless cows in upstate N.Y? Pellets for the sake of pellets?

Andrew said...

lol, for burning in a special kind of furnace to heat your house, in some parts of the world it gets cold you know....

Sherlock said...

GASP! Cold you say? I think I heard of that somewhere.

;)

sherlock said...

Hey Drew, I have a friend who is majoring in anth-whateverlogy. She said that people always ask her "what will you use it for" to which she doesn't quite know how to respond. But she loves it none the less.

Funny, damaris just saw (and loved) waking Ned Devine. I just watched most of V. I hated much of it. I felt like the over all message of communism was good, but the whole homo agenda and Koran thing really ruined the whole expirience. I quit watching it at the priest scene, so you'll have to tell me how it ends. I heard it was a graphic novel, but having just read one of Moore's other works (league of extraordinary gentlemen) and finding it to be exteremly explicit, decided not to read it.

Sorry for the absolutley large comment.

sherlock said...

Hey Drew, I have a friend who is majoring in anth-whateverlogy. She said that people always ask her "what will you use it for" to which she doesn't quite know how to respond. But she loves it none the less.

Funny, damaris just saw (and loved) waking Ned Devine. I just watched most of V. I hated much of it. I felt like the over all message of communism was good, but the whole homo agenda and Koran thing really ruined the whole expirience. I quit watching it at the priest scene, so you'll have to tell me how it ends. I heard it was a graphic novel, but having just read one of Moore's other works (league of extraordinary gentlemen) and finding it to be exteremly explicit, decided not to read it.

Sorry for the absolutley large comment.

sherlock again said...

I should probably say that I told you about my friend because I thought I remembered that you were majoring in anthrapology (is that how it is spelled?). Were you?

who else? said...

So that's how it ends. Hm. Interesting movie. Your way of explaining it cracked me up.

The gal I know is thinking of using it in missionary work, and she has the opportunity to go on an archeological dig. Cool eh?