My name is Ryan. I'm in my fourth year at UC Davis. A triple major in English, Film Studies, and Japanese. I like to think I have diverse interests, but my attention tends to go mostly in the direction of films, likely leading me to a future as a video store clerk or Netflix envelope packer. Or do robots do that?
I have an informal club that is attempting to show a film every saturday. Called Guerrilla Movie Society. If you're interested in receiving info, check out the group on facebook.
2006-01-11 22:45:24 how's the coffee press? —MichelleAccurso
2006-01-13 00:53:20 I don't drink coffe, i just traded it because the animatronic snowman biker that sings was seriously frightening. Funny, but frightening. —RyanPrendiville
2006-01-13 07:01:16 ha ha ha!! that it was —MichelleAccurso
2006-02-18 03:55:56 Hey, why did you delete my redirect? I wish you had brought it up for discussion instead of just deleting it unilaterally. I'm putting it back for now. Please don't delete it again without discussion. —KenjiYamada
2006-02-19 14:44:19 I see what you're saying. I still think the name is intuitive, but you have a good point that there are other stores that sell similar merchandise. Go ahead and delete the redirect if you want. —KenjiYamada
2006-03-07 09:05:51 haha, no doubt, but you loved it. —ES
2006-04-08 22:43:35 About the drinking water in Africa thing, NickSchmalenberger mostly just likes to argue. He's not particularly bright (or if he is, he's socially challenged and out-of-touch with reality). He argued something similarly stupid on the Ben & Jerry's: Vermonster Challenge page. —KaiTing
2006-04-09 00:57:49 Why would you think I am kidding or that it is ridiculous that water resource problems are worldwide, including in California? —NickSchmalenberger
2006-04-09 23:25:02 Immediate problems usually only happen to individuals or small groups and should be dealt with locally. Worldwide problems take a long time to develop and should be dealt with long term. To say that there are worldwide immediate problems is melodramatic. —NickSchmalenberger
2006-04-20 21:27:45 Thank you for the kind words! I happened upon those swallows last year...serendipity or...I can't think of a proper adjective. Anyhow, I would love to photo some owls. I saw one just the other day and even had a camera with me, but alas, my lens was not adequate for how far the owl was from me. Do you know where all the owls chillax? Maybe I can come a-visiting them with a good lens sometime. =D —EliseKane
2006-04-21 10:21:14 Wow! Thanks for the tips. I will have to visit the owlies sometime in the near future. —EliseKane
2007-03-30 01:19:45 Don't worry Ryan, someday you'll be a video clerk-ing or Netflix envelope packer-ing, and you'll see one of my films. And you'll say to yourself, "Hey! That's my cousin!" Speaking of family, are you going to the thing Saturday? —MichelleAccurso
2007-05-05 23:52:03 Yes the benches outside the varisty are gone for good, I talked to a custy a couple days ago and he said he ground the granite that was the benches up and has it in piles in his backyard cause it was to nice to huck. —StevenDaubert
2007-08-15 10:38:35 I like Ryan. He possesses an understanding of film that makes my own seem small and shallow, but talking to him at length makes me feel like I've learned something when I walk away. —GeoffJohnson