My acting career began, and most likely ended, today. A friend of mine, Sam, is acting in some movie that these telecom guys are making for some big final project they're doing for a class. They needed someone to play a customer at a garage sale so I said I'd do it. Jeremy came along and ended up being in it also. I was "Customer #4" and he was "Customer #6." I got to throw a basketball at somone and Jeremy got to break a chair made from pizza boxes and fall. I didn't think it would take too long, but two hours and one sunburn later we wrapped up our scene. It was fun, but HOT.
Yesterday was Diadeloso so we had no school. I took a personal day from my internship so I could play with everyone. Baylor spent $12,000 on bringing in 60,000 pounds or fake snow for the event. Kinda crazy if you ask me... I can think of MANY better ways to spend $12,000, but no one asked me. Anyways, it was pretty funny to see all the professors' kids playing in the "snow." I'm assuming they have never gotten the chance to have a snowball fight before. It was actually very apparent because they didn't know the best things to do - facewashes, snow down the shirt/pants, etc. No, they were just throwing it at everyone. Amateurs.
On a more serious note, there was a hate crime on Baylor's campus last weekend. A Muslim girl was walking back to her dorm and was assaulted by a guy, who is most likely not a student, who shouted out racial and religious slurs at her, pulled her hijab, threatened to kill her, and kicked her in the ribs, I believe. The FBI is investigating it and everything. Completely ridiculous if you ask me. I just don't get people sometimes. At all. Why would anyone ever do something like that? What makes it sound like a good idea to hurt someone just because they are different than you? It makes me mad.