…The last thing I remember thinking:
“After a long night of darkness, the sun rises fast”.
And the next thing I know… this was on twitter….
Will Worley, a good friend, talented event host, and aspiring paparazzi photographer caught me dozing at the wheel. While I was knocked out, Will knocked out a vicious perspective about not being able to reverse, I suggest you take a glance, when you get the chance: 2 Weeks Notice
This photo of me, in what the advertising department of Apple inc. should call the “i-sleep” position is a product of “finals time”. A time period where college students work odd hours, eyes-red in the glow of computers, as they pound out final projects. Look, I’m no the only one…
This is a photo of a good friend of mines by the name of Charles. In this photo Charles has succumb to the lifestyle of a college student living through the gauntlet of finals: knocked out in the computer lab. This picture was taken just days prior to my sleeping beauty pose. This picture was captured by President L. Davis; who, like Will Worley, is also a talented event host and an aspiring paparazzi photographer… And however talented Will and President might be, they have nothing on Charles’ good friend- a man by the name of “Darnell the anonymous” took this photo of an inebriated i-lab dweller…known as “#DrunkILabGuy”.
The story behind the photo, is a common tale of an inebriated soul that was ushered into the computer lab by an unidentified assailant, and then abandoned in the bathroom stall to sleep his night away.
No, I was not forced to re-post this picture of this unassuming individual, however, my theory is that- people don’t see how deep shit is, until they come face to face with the toilet.
This could have been you or I caught in eye of a camera phone; just to be carbon-copied all around the wonderful websites the world wide web has to offer. The concept of paparzzi-esque exposure has gone from publishing compromising pictures of public figures, to publishing compromising pictures of private citizens in public places. There are studies on top of studies of how many cameras are present in society, or how often Americans unknowingly appear on camera; many of which I could very well supplement the point I am attempting to drive home through this train of thought, but to keep it simple: watch what you do, more than likely someone is watching you.