So as I’ve been in NYC for close to three months, I’ve come to an existential crisis. Haha, okay I only half kid. I’ve met many new, neat, cool folks but there is a dread in meeting new people in NYC because the conversation, without fail, always goes to…
Person A: “Where are you from?”
Me: I’m from Philly (Good conversation starter since “Fresh Prince of Belair” is often brought up. Sometimes people just start singing the song, “in West Philadelphia born and raised…” It stops there b/c they don’t know the rest of the words, haha – it’s okay, neither do I.)
Person A: “What do you do?”
Me: (Here is where my heart dreads the question) – I am an intern at a church.
Person A: “Oh…that’s awesome!” (The last part is to cover up the initial “oh,” haha).
Person A: “Part-time or full-time intern?”
Person A: “Oh.” (No “that’s awesome,” haha)
Come test your skills and sign up to participate in Calvary Vision Church’s 3 vs 3 Mission Basketball Tournament benefiting the 2012 Honduras mission team on Saturday, June 9th, 2012. Start time will begin at 8:30AM and will end roughly around 5PM . Registration is $60 per team and open to all (4 players max). Sign-up takes place now till the day of the event.Â
No more Jeremy Lin. No more watching of New York Knick games. I suddenly feel like I have so much time on my hands. If you haven’t heard, Jeremy the Great is injured and most likely out for more than 6 or so weeks. There is some sense that he may or may not make the beginning of the NBA playoffs – if the Knicks can hold on to the final spots of the Eastern Conference.
He recently had surgery to repair his knee, yet reached out to his fans to do a Q and A. Take a look at some of the questions below and see how Jeremy Lin responds. Another reason to follow this Asian American basketball player.
A post was created here before on Konnect Magazine on the secret handshake between Jeremy Lin and Laundry Fields. It’s not a secret anymore as there have been countless articles written by others explaining the handshake.
Now, here’s the explanation of their handshake explained to all of us by Jeremy Lin and Laundry Fields themselves! Pretty neat to see them explaining this pre-game ritual.