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Feb. 20th, 2006 | 04:24 pm
mood: excited excited
music: Launchcast
posted by: peggy_the_angel in betarho

I'm about to begin the arduous task of making all the pledge notebooks. If anyone would like to join me, or just hang out until the service meeting, they will find a lovely surprise in the office. Yay!


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Jan. 11th, 2006 | 02:01 pm
mood: Wheee Wheee
music: Shahram K - Naro Naro
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho

Exec retreat went swimmingly, for the most part. I'm really excited about this semester. And it isn't just because we get to work with the animal shelter. ( For those of you not in the know, I am in a perpetual state of kitty withdrawl.)

The part that required the assistance of a lifeguard.

Also, sompletely unrelated, but if anyone knows what's what in Tulsa, I'm looking for something to do on a February Saturday, as well as somewhere good to eat. How is the Gilcrease museum? ( And don't say the Zoo, cause that's already on the agenda for Sunday.)


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Dec. 6th, 2005 | 02:05 am
posted by: peggy_the_angel in betarho

Congratulations Spring 2006 Officers!Collapse )
Yay for Laura, Clark, Alex, Tyler, (Me,) Kevin, and Lindsay!!!


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Nov. 14th, 2005 | 07:22 pm
mood: woooo! woooo!
posted by: aspats in betarho

National Service Week was excellent! I wish I had more pictures. The week:
MONDAY - NSW Prep Party - preparing for gingerbread making, icing making, poster making, and Mario World playing. Good times and a half. picturesCollapse )
TUESDAY - Gingerbread House Making in the Union to benefit Habitat for HumanitypicturesCollapse )
WEDNESDAY - Red Cross Blood Drive (last minute deal, we totally didn't know we'd been signed up for this back in April)
THURSDAY - Beads for the Bayou, mardi gras bead sales to benefit Red Cross Hurricane Relief (we also sold left over gingerbread stuff as "kits")
FRIDAY - Peace at Home Thrift Shop
SATURDAY - Cookies for Soldiers, Pledge Class Project - over 400 cookies were made for local troops (at my daddy's house! yah!)pictureCollapse )

Share your stories share your love.
If you have more pictures, please post them/send them in!!
Go team Beta Rho!

Cross-posted to my journal, aspats


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Oct. 19th, 2005 | 07:44 pm
mood: guilty guilty
music: The sounds of battle!
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho

As some of you may already know, Krissy, the gavel and I went on a road trip yesterday. This is the story of that trip.

We saw a man riding a horse on an overpass. While we have no clue whether the overpass was open to traffic or not, we do know why they were up there. The horse was very depressed and was comtemplating jumping to his death, taking his rider and possibly a random motorist or two out with him. I apologize profusely for not getting a picture of this. I was too busy being staring.

In Conway there was a giant red fire hydrant. They were trying to lure Clifford the Big Red Dog for nefarious purposes.

The Gavelgot to ride shotgun with me. Passing semis is scary.

We decided to go to Petit Jean, and on the way there, we paseed by Perryville, home of Peggy Sue. We thought about eating with her parents and maybe kidnapping her brother, but decided we weren't hungry enough yet.

Once there, Krissy and The Gavel posed for picture or two. What a veiw! The Gavel was very amused by how tiny the cows were from up there.

The Gavel then stopped for a moment at the grave of Jean herself. He thought it was a very nice place to be buried, but that it was kind or sad that she was the only one there. Especially if it was because all her friends were vampires and aren't dead yet. ( The Gavel would like to note here that while you have vampires to be afraid of, he has termites, sightings of which are much more frequent and who travel in swarms.)

The gavel was very suprised that this city was so close. He always imagined it was much harder to get to.

I think The Gavel may be on a diet, which is stupid since he is so hot. He had next to nothing for dinner. I think he may have been embarased about having to use a booster seat.. I let him sit on my jacket since those things are so hard.

The Gavel is still very sorry about an event that happened later that night. He and I tell ourselves that he had Aids and once killed a man. It makes us feel better. But only a little.

Earlier today, I walked in on the gavel being very naughty!


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Oct. 18th, 2005 | 10:07 pm
mood: aggravated aggravated
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho

Just because I can not adequately argue my point does not mean that I am not 100% in the right. If I want to keep my chapter all-male so as not to hinder our homoerotic bonding, then that is my choice. We can not give 100% if the ratio of X to Y chromosomes is not equal to one. In addition I would like to note that the Southern states did not get kicked out just because they wanted to keep things they was they had been. Excluding girls isn't about segregation and it isn't like slavery. It's more like a Christmas tree. It's all about tradition. Just because Jews can't have Christmas trees doesn't mean it's wrong. They have their own holiday, and they get a menorah. They both get symbols and they both get holidays. What's the difference? See, it's like APO and that other organization that admits chicks whose name I forget.
With much feeling,
person-with-gonads Dan


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Oct. 18th, 2005 | 09:53 pm
mood: ...ratflail! ...ratflail!
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho

Krissy, the gavel, and I just got back from a ten hour road trip.


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Oct. 17th, 2005 | 01:26 am
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho

Hey, Peggy Sue, I'm an all-male chapter and I think it's okay to not to let chicks in because having a vagina means you can't help people. Or at least you can but not as well, and you can't be leaders which is why that other co-ed organization is okay because they probably have just guys in positions of authority and the chicks make them coffee or something, which is a kind of service.

Also, Fred sucks and your chapter does to, only in a more specific sense, which is why you're stupid.

Love, some douche named Dan


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Oct. 6th, 2005 | 10:09 pm
mood: I have to pee I have to pee
posted by: seerofthethread in betarho


If you have too many issues with the layout, let me know.

On a completely unrelated note, I saw a man today out of the corner of my eye. If the story eneded here it would be both boring and pointless. Good thing it doesn't. He had on a pair of those novelty glasses withthe big nose and mustache. Only, when I turned my head to get a better view, they were just regular glasses.

The cat in my icon does in fact have a rat flail.

The End.