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15 March 2006 @ 10:08 pm
Smallville Wallpaper  
I needed a break from writing and I don't feel like reading any more cultural anthropology (blech) for the night so...I made this.


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Clark Kent and Lex Luthor Wallpaper.



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Michelle: distentegration of timeseramercury on March 16th, 2006 04:02 am (UTC)
That's weird that you posted this. I have been on a Smallville kick and I've been watching the dvds that I borrowed from my cousin. I am so mad at myself for stopping to watch it during season 2.
Working for the Mandroidmoonshayde on March 16th, 2006 04:03 am (UTC)
I just started rewatching this week faithfully. They are playign reruns on the family channel or whatever it is called. I used to watch it during season 1 and 2, but then I quit during season 3.

Playing catch up now :)
Michelle: hotnessseramercury on March 16th, 2006 04:26 am (UTC)
I just love having new eps to watch! *squees* Hmm... I need some Smallville icons...
Mish: Archaeology Calvin Hobbeshsapiens on March 16th, 2006 12:18 pm (UTC)
...reading...cultural anthropology (blech)

Now see, this was my typical response when faced with the readings but that's how I ended up in archaeology.
Working for the Mandroid: Greenmoonshayde on March 16th, 2006 03:37 pm (UTC)
I hates it! But, it's absolutely necessary even if I am going into arhcaeology. It's all about current anthropological theory which in turn is used by many modern day archaeologists.

Blech, I say.
Mish: Archaeology Calvin Hobbeshsapiens on March 16th, 2006 06:26 pm (UTC)
I've never even asked what area of archaeology you're most interested in. *shocked* Sometime when you're not being stressed or pressed for time, I'd love to hear what grabs your imagination.

My university was very lax about making us take a good cross-section of courses; I took advantage of that and mostly stuck to medical anth and archaeology after venturing into the more esoteric cultural anth classes. "Development of Anthropological Thought" was taught by a 'rebel' who felt that covering it chronologically would be imposing an artifical Western Construct on the topic. After that, working with a George Washington-era transit nicknamed "Satan" for its habit of spontaneously unleveling seemed like a beautiful thing.