My timing is off. . .

And how. Take a look at this:

[li]I was forced to change schools just before starting my senior year in high school.[/li][li]My high school got a brand-new computer lab after my graduation.[/li][li]I started going to college just after a major reorganization.[/li][li]I decided to switch majors at exactly the wrong time. Now I have to go another semester to get all my requirements.[/li][li]A brand-new theatre, student center, and science building are all scheduled to open after I graduate.[/li][li]Lame general course requirements were scratched during my senior year.[/li][li]State of Colorado now requires ten graduating students per year to offer a college degree. We have eight physics majors, total.[/li][/ul]

Does anyone else feel like they’re not quite in line with the rest of the world?

– Sylence

And now, for my next trick, I will talk in spooky half-references.

Being in line with the rest of the world is overrated. Trust me on this.

I know how you feel. Earlier today (Yesterday by now I guess) I was up in The Mall area reading the newspaper. Then I come across this article.
Going Topless, Staying Guileless.

. . .ONE day late! I was only one day late!!!

It is by the fortune of God that, in this country, we have three benefits: freedom of speech, freedom of thought, and the wisdom never to use either.
Mark Twain