Today as I searched for GIS programs in High School’s around the country today, I’ve found Joseph Kerski’s name in quite a few places. Today I found that he’s on a KansasGIS listerv and Inoticed that he posted the pictures from the AAG Centennial Meeting. Aside from providing some great photos of the meeting, at the bottom, on page 14 there is a graphic on the wall that he quotes as “The exhibit included an interesting double-mirror image of Mississippi River” This graphic actually looks very similar to two of the renderings I’ve created recently:
Star of the Mississippi River Delta & Mississippi River Delta Balls
Oh yeah, posted last Saturday
There are a few more parties tonight to check out so Iâ€™ll be busy. Maybe I can get a girlâ€™s numberâ€¦lol
On the way to work this morning, I saw the hottest girl from one of the parties at the interstion of 16th & U walking down the street with her friend. When I pulled up to the intersection she looked at me and smiled and said “You were at my party Saturday night,” It pretty much made my morning. I’d definitely like to see her again.
Lastly, I am perturbed that I lost one of my renderings… The rendering that was made on my birthday at that! It was one of my favorites too, simply because the inner cube looks like an anchor, and the day it rendered I went to Anchor-Town USA, Annapolis, Maryland. My friend Taylor called me up in the middle of the day an announced she & friend Denise were going to Annapolis and wanted to know if I wanted to go along! I thought the synchronicity was my real birthday present- but alas I lost the 411 mb .tiff to a bad DVD. Damn the Laser Man! His name is Chills Laserkino, I must search out and destroy this man at all costs. He’s an anagram of me :-) I must get him.
Just turned on the TV to watch DC City Council, good stuff.