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So we are nearing the end of the fall semester and the beginning of a new year. I think it only appropriate to say goodbye. First to my PR Writing class, it has been a journey and as we near our final week together. I would just like to say thank you. Thanks for all the laughs and comaradery that was shared behind the doors of room 1005 in Veazy. Good times! Big shout out to my boys who kept it SAUCEY the whole semester: Mr. Rosen, Mr. Pilgrim, Runyanski, and the FeminatorĀ (truthfully though the back row held it down). And finally to Prof. Groover, you have taught me a lot over the course of the semester. Like how to get enough warnings in one class that the teacher has to say “the next time I’m going to have to report you to judicial affairs”. Lets be honest after that I toned it down… a little. On a serious note you have been a great teacher and it was a very interesting class, you kept it moving andwhat I liked. Now you are my newly appointed advisor, and a great one at that. To all the lovely ladies that graced PR Writing with their presence I thank you because without you all the boring days may have been hard to get through (I will miss ya’ll). BOOM! Finally, I want to say it has indeed been real, infact maybe one of my top ten favorite classes of my time spent thus far at GSU.


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To sum up what I am thankful for I wiil compile a tope ten list to display my gratitude for the things that bring happiness into my life:

1. Family

2. God

3. Friends

4. Woman

5. Sports

6. Laughter

7. Good health

8. Good Food

9. Music

10. Movies

Just a short list to give thanks before wwe take the journey into the new year. It has been real!

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School Spirit

School spirit. I have loads of it. In high school I was a part of the famed Warner Robins Naked Boys. We painted our chests and faces and dressed in ridiculous outfits. Yet, since that time I have had an all-time low of school spirit. Since IĀ arrived at GSU I was all about our sports teams and supporting them along the path to victory. If you can even call it that. Since I have attended GSU we have had a losing record in most sports. I still stuck behind them and thought they they might turn it around. To my demise we haven’t. I have now seen them have another losing record in college football, basketball, soccer, etc. It depletes a college fan’s soul, and eliminate my ability to show school spirit any more.

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One Book…

I actually have one book on my bookshelf. I know not very respectable, but it is an amazing book and one of my favorites. Being interested in organized crime and the mafia, I took a liking Gangsters and Goodfellas: The mob, witness protection, and life on the run. It is an interview and book written by Gus Russo interviewing a famed and very respected mobster Henry Hill. The story of how he was a member of the mafia family to how he sold out his family to save his own skin. True facts, true life story, simply amazing! Everything is included: murder, drugs, sex, power, and downfall.

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Registering for Classes

Registering for classes has always been a hastle. Its either you get in the classes you want or you don’t. But, In order to get the classes you want you have to be one of the select few that get to register early and on top of this you have to register at three a.m. to beat the rush. So, this past recent registration at Georgia Southern University I came to realize that I was not one of these select few. I was not able to sign up for the few must need classes that I needed and due to this I might as well push my graduation back a whole year. Several of my fellow PR classmates ran into the same problem and I have heard several of their own opinions why this is happening: there isn’t enough room in the building that our PR major is held in, the classrooms are tiny, the major is over-crowded, etc. I have came up with my own conclusion: this sucks! But, everyone goes through it once or twice or thrice in their experience at college, I’m just sad to say and admit this is my fice (fifth) time that this has occured.

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Dream Job

My dream job, is an amazing one. Being from the beautiful state of Michigan, and being a die-hard detroit sport teams fan, has a lot to do with it. If I could do one thing it would to be a PR professional for the Detroit Red Wings hockey team. I love hockey above every sport and have love the Wings since I could talk. It would be a dream of mine to handle the press and media for the team whether it be good or bad, right or wrong. I would encourage the team to let me sell the team of Detroit in a way that no ads or marketing has done yet. I would urge them to let me sell the teams image for our great state and great city. Everyone seems to only see the negative coming from the so-called recession, I would encourage them to break free of the tension and let the city of Detroit and its strong community members that every time our players hit the ice we play for them, we play for the struggles, their strife, we give them a chance to break away from their problems and enjoy a game that has graced us with several championships, several smiles, and several stress relieving moments. This would be my dream job, to work as a PR professional for the Detroit Red Wings hockey organization.

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Well this is a tricky one since my taste in music strectches from every genre possible.But, in the case of who I would like to come perform a GSU it would have to be someone that could bring everyone together on campus, someone that would make everyone bob their heads and lipr-sing the lyrics. This someone for me would have to be Jigga, Hova, Jay-Z. I read Adam’s blog and I realized I’ve been bumoing Jay-Z’s unplugged album featuring The Roots for the past month. Jigga would make everybody love Statesboro, Ga. more than they already do. I can imagine him with shades on telling the crowd to sing the chorus to “Its A Hard Knock Life” with him. Thanking our small town of Statesboro for LETTING him come out, being a true musician and gentlemen while dealing with his profession. Too cool, way too cool. Yet, as Adam also commented we probably and more than likely will never have the chance or oppurtunity to pursue a Jay-Z concert, but I can invision it and let me tell ya it is oh so amazing. For more check out Adam’s blog post and comments at: http://adamrosen00.wordpress.com/2009/10/07/who-i-want-to-come-to-statesboro-to-perform/#comment-20

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