**I apologize in advance, I know my writing is horrible these days, but just bear with.**
As you all know, I've been in the midst of a bout of writer's block mixed in with a touch of melancholy. I'm either upset, bored or stressed. There's no middle ground, not these days. However, this is isn't going to be another piece that sees me complain about my life when I have far too much to be grateful for... So, we shall move on. Okay? Okay.
After I wrapped up what was another pleasant-enough day at KU, I headed off to one of the buildings while I waite for my driver to show up. I don't remember why I was walking in that general direction, but I think I'm dehydrated right now, so I'm sure my reason at the time was valid. Whatever.
I walk into the building and I see the following:
SCIENCE GOT TALENT!
|No, I did not stage this.|
|I was rather impressed with this booth.|
|I honestly don't know what they were selling here.|
|I Instagram-ed this bad boy. Photoshop who?|
|Business card picked up at the fair, dropped off in grass. #InstagramFTW|
As you can see, the Faculty of Science at KU had organized a little fair for this fine Tuesday. The theme was all about showing off local talent.
What's the first thing I do? Take pictures and make fun of it on Twitter.
Had I actually taken a moment and actually opened my eyes, I would have seen what a great job these guys did organizing this event. Here was this beautiful, well done and interesting expo and all I could think of was witty (read: stupid) one-liners.
I have become a bigot.
I don't even know what to say. I've never pretended to be perfect, but for a while there I thought that I had some good values and sound principles. Man, was I in denial.
Anyways, I just wanted to share these pictures and show you that KU can surprise you every now and then.
Oh, and the last typewriter manufacturer closed shop today.
PS - Writing this was painful. My writer's block seems like it's here to stay.
PPS - Suck it Handasa... Science owned your asses with this expo.