Thursday, January 29, 2009


FACT: Any box, bag, or other recepticle, whatever it's original purpose, when placed next to a garbage can, becomes a garbage can.

Reminds me of a Bruce Lee quote I heard once:
Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.

Only my example is...shall we say...lacking in elegance.

Disclaimer: This is my very own kitchen. I'm more sorry about that than you.


Could somebody please explain to me why the "Geology of Utah's Nation Parks" charts are...ahem...up-side-down in the Eyring Building? Are these the unbound pages to a Geology Textbook? We couldn't take the time to cut and flip these before framing and adding several placards to draw attention?

Just curious. Maybe I'm missing something. Geology humor, perhaps.


Seen right outside the Talmage building. You know, the MATH building, with the graphing and the charts and such.

Question is, was this the work of an enterprising and creative math aficionado, or a playful groundskeeper?

I have my suspicions.

Fast Sunday + Bored at Church =

Barrier to Entry

This is the the KMC, technically a BYU building, though it's almost in Springville. The caption is pretty hard to read, so I'll just transcribe.

Please keep
this door
shut at all

Then you must teleport, silly!
We'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
First a door, then a bridge too?!? I have to go really bad!

Thank you!

Lesser of Two Evils

Which is worse?
  • A missing letter on your address marquee, or
  • A letter held up with copious duct tape?
Right on the East side of State Street headed up towards University from Provo.

Dog eat Dog

This guy was just walking around the Tanner Building, like it wasn't any ol' thing to be wearing the awesomest dog suit you've ever seen. I have no idea why he was wearing it.