Sunday, January 29, 2006

bestplacetoSLEEP!


undoubtedly.... my CAR

Best place to catch a few Zz's in between classes. After class I go to my car, pop in a cd, turn on the heat, grab my blanket, and before you know it I'm off in lala land. Definitely the best place to get some rest in between lectures and labs. However, my car is NOT open to the public. Sorry... ^_^

+adios+

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

best place to get ur grub on

::bestplacetogeturgrubon::.:..

Definitely the one, the only... JIMMY JOHN'S!

They have the best sandwiches and they don't cost that much! The best of the best sandwhich is the #5: The VITO! I usually get it wit some banana peppers or jalapenos. It's much like a subway, but BETTER! My vote for the best place to get your "grub on" is Jimmy John's

Thursday, January 19, 2006

bestplacetostudy



I can't study at home. There's just something about being at home that makes me not want to study. When I think of home, I think of kicking my feet up, grabbin' a bag of chips, and watching tv for a few hours. If not that, then I think of sleep.

Some people like to study at the library, but to be honest, the library is way too quiet for me to study.

School is, well, SCHOOL! Who study's at school?

With that said... I believe that the best place to study is Starbucks.

For one, it's not home. However, it does have similliar comforts that home would provide. You can get a beverage (preferably a Grande Carmel or Mocha Frapuccino), pop a squat at either a table or a comfortable chair, and relax. Unlike a library, there is constant noise and music at Starbucks. It is a nice atmosphere to kick back, relax, pull out a book, and study! That is, if your not one of those "it needs to be quiet for me to study!" kind of people. So my pick for the best place to study is most definitely Starbucks.



::laterdays::



Wednesday, January 18, 2006

AD

The advertisement is for a Combat Survival Commando- Krav Maga Seminar. It shows an elite Israeli special ops officer, Moni Aizik, restraining another person. Convincing people that going to the seminar will teach you self defense techniques that can save your life is the message of the ad. The method that the ad uses is showing Moni Aizik restraining the other person and the reviews by different martial arts instructors and companies. Using a Blackbelt magazine as the medium was helpful to the company because the people that are seeing it are already interested in martial arts.

Friday, January 13, 2006

hola...