But if I learned anything from 13 years of Catholic school (K-12th grade, thank you very much) it is that God is constantly judging you. He knows when you're asleep, and he knows when you're doing something you shouldn't. Heck, he even knows when you're thinking about doing something you shouldn't (and even THAT is a sin).
You would think Harold Camping, the "The world is going to end on May 21st dude," would know as much but it seems he doesn't:
'On May 21, this last weekend, this is where the spiritual aspect of it really comes through. God again brought judgment on the world. We didn’t see any difference but God brought Judgment Day to bear upon the whole world. The whole world is under Judgment Day and it will continue right up until Oct. 21, 2011 and by that time the whole world will be destroyed,' he proclaimed.
At least he sticks to his convictions despite all evidence to the contrary. Isn't that what faith is all about?
Change is a constant in our lives, is it not?
It seems like only yesterday I penned my last post as Chief Blogger at Comcast (where I'm known simply as "the former Chief Blogger for Comcast Voices," brevity makes the heart grow fonder) to start my adventures (for the second time) at Wharton.
Since being back at Wharton I've moved offices 3 times. My latest is a shared office with Barry (seen hard at work in the picture above).
Hence the name of today's shirt, "Don't tell my boss."
Photo by Marisa, Shirt by Tommy Bahama (shocking, I know).
A few days ago I wore this shirt, which has been featured on Showtime's Dexter:
It would seem Lt. Baptista isn't the only fictional character who likes to rock a Tommy Bahama shirt from time to time. Marisa and I were watching Friday Night Lights on Friday (Marisa is a big fan of the show, I don't hate it) and Buddy Garrity was sporting a fine looking shirt:
You can't see the shirt too well in this picture, but you can see that my hair just looks bad. What's up with that?
I haven't been doing this whole picture thing for long, and already I'm getting artsy!
This is the Tribal Leaves Camp Shirt, for those who wanna be just like me.
Marisa took this picture of me standing in the Chestnut Street Park.
Marisa also picked this shirt today, but it is her birthday! Happy birthday to her!
I have been told that this shirt is more of an orange sherbet color, as opposed to creamsicle.
Since I had to leave the apartment today (silly job!) I slipped on a shirt that makes me think of one of my favorite shows: Dexter.
Angel Batista, a fictional member of the Miami PD, often sports Tommy Bahama shirts on the show, and as you can see we both own at least one of the same shirts:
If I were a People magazine writer this is where I would say, "Who wore it best?!" Since I am not, in fact, a People magazine writer I am certain that I look best in the shirt (though Batista knows how to rock a hat!).
Today was one of those days were I didn't leave the apartment, so no need to break out a Hawaiian shirt. I decided to wear my good old Hivelogic t-shirt (in which, as you can see, I ran 2.5 miles).
Scott points to his ever expanding collection of Hawaiian shirts whilst wearing a nice linen number. Cotton is so breathable!
Kneel before your emperor!
For you Scott cosplay people out there, you can get your own Imperial Lotus shirt and pretend to be me! Make sure you have a Kindle on hand for the full experience.
I thought it might be fun to post a picture a day showcasing what the Hawaiian shirt of the day is.
This is the first post!