Posted by KrazyHades at 11:41 PM
The Ultimate Rejection Letter
Note: I found this here
This letter had me laughing so hard!
Herbert A. Millington
412A Clarkson Hall, Whitson University
College Hilla, MA 34109
Dear Professor Millington,
Thank you for your letter of March 16. After careful consideration, I regret to inform you that I am unable to accept your refusal to offer me an assistant professor position in your department.
This year I have been particularly fortunate in receiving an unusually large number of rejection letters. With such a varied and promising field of candidates, it is impossible for me to accept all refusals.
Despite Whitson's outstanding qualifications and previous experience in rejecting applicants, I find that your rejection does not meet my needs at this time. THerefore, I will assume the position of assistant professor in your department this august. I look forwards to seeing you then.
Best of luck in rejecting future applicants.
Chris L. Jensen
And now for the doodles...
This one has no meaning whatsoever, but I REALLY like the rollercoaster. I'm not sure what about it is so fascinating to me, because it's not particularly detailed or anything, but I still like it.
The following doodles are from a project a friend of mind is doing. He was bored, so he made names for potential teams for a major league ultimate association. He had drawn a few of the pictures and asked me to help. He has one of my best ones with him, for the "Blades", but I'll find out if I can borrow it for a day to be scanned in.
The Cleveland Hounds:The D.C. Law:The Phoenix Burn:
And last, and possibly least, the Seattle Thorns
Alright, people, I've finally gotten around to posting a few more of my doodles...I haven't had much time because if AP and SAT: Subject Test studying, which kinda sucks.
This one I did after finishing my English HW, as you can probably guess from the Huck Finn notes in the middle. I'm not really sure WHAT that thing in the middle of the bottom is. I think it started as a robotic-ish helmet, but then became mummy-ish. Whatever. The guy in the bowler hat in the middle reminds me of the monopoly guy, even though they don't look the same at all.
This guy down here is from the back page of a long history assignment. I started in the top left with a bit of hte stick-battle, but then I decided to draw some simple perspective. It was pretty neat. The perspective is all heading towards that point in the middle, which I made extra big so it's easy to see.
Last, but far from least, is a page-filling doodle done in pen, which I think is the first pen doodle I've posted. I did this one during spanish, on a worksheet we didn't have assigned (it was next to the homework assignment), for those who can't recognize the language.