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posted in personal stuff on November 28th, 2006

Wow, four weeks without blogging and I hardly noticed. The pace around here is picking up with loads of things to take care of (more on that later).

Right now I’m in a heated discussion about how we (the Dutch people) could change the state of mind of homophobic muslims … everyone has another solution and all of them seem to be more or less pointless. It’s a difficult audience to cater for and it gets increasingly difficult if you consider that most of this phobia is based on religious beliefs.

Luckily I got a little bit more time now, classes finished and I’ve got some 30 minutes to blog about stuff that’s been on my mind:

A few weeks ago I talked about a new show on CBS called Jericho. We’re nearing the mid-season break now and it turned out that it’s one, if not the best show of the current season. Characters are developed in a very interesting way, the directors add the complimentary conspiracy theories and the show’s web conduit(s) are great to experience too. CBS is certainly on the right path to creating a show that’s a lot more immersive than shows were a season ago.

Other than watching kick-ass TV shows, I’ve also spent some more time promoting my college and while having a great time with co-students, I also met some future-students who even remembered me (and whom I didn’t remember, shame on me).

Tonight I’ll be attending the first Next Night, powered, conceived and executed by Generation Next, a group of young students who decided that the time was right to set up “venue” where we all could meet.

I’ll be blogging more about that later tonight…

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