Sebastian Gallese

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News:
10.17.06: An interesting film creation concept Tarnation
09.14.06: A friend showed me this movie tonight. If you have not already seen it, you might be interested. It is titled EPIC.

Contacts:
E-mail, sebastian_gallese at brown dot edu
AIM, xkdgex

General Description:
Single/Whitish?/Male/18/Pays Child Support For Two Kids/No Smoking/Only Hard Drugs

Prior to Brown:
Never advanced past Calculus A
Have only worked at a job for three months my entire life
Often drive my scooter without contacts or glasses
A fan of infomercials and online flash games
The only Atheist to attend the Babtist Church

Post Brown:
I eat frozen yogurt at the V-Dub after every breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Meet very interesting students and professors. Also meet a lot of crazies
Hate it when the French Canadian on my hall calls me "Se-Bas"
Miss one Men's Club Soccer practice a week for Prof. Tribe's class
Drink for all the wrong reasons

Writings/A Really Bad Website/References To People You've Probably Never Met/My Personal Website:
Death of a Punchline

My water retaining shorts do very little to enhance my social life.

Are My Jokes That Bad?:


From: mark nothing.org
To: Sebastian Gallese brown.edu

Sebastian,

I have your signed copy of 1984 by George Orwell. You can get it from me next week after class or come by my office hours on Tuesday.

Best,

Mark Tribe


From: Sebastian Gallese brown.edu
To: mark nothing.org

Prof. Tribe,

I didn't know George Orwell still signs his own book, let alone sign a copy and not the original thing. I will pick it up on Monday after class.

Thanks,

Sebastian


From: mark nothing.org
To: Sebastian Gallese brown.edu

i guess i should have said "inscribed". it is a common practice to inscribe books when one gives them as gifts.


Note to the reader:
I replied to the original e-mail as a joke; however, Prof. Tribe replied to the joke e-mail with a serious e-mail. Does that mean the joke I sent was not funny? Does that mean that the serious reply sent back to me was also a joke? It confuses me, and I am not sure if the e-mail has changed from a joke into a serious conversation, or if a serious conversation has turned into a joke.


I didn't realize you were joking. Now I feel like a jerk!

Hmmmm... Does this mean that I have a bad sense of humor? Or that your jokes aren't funny? Or just that it's hard to tell when somebody's joking in an email? Or that humor is a matter of taste, in which case, de gustibus non disputandum est.

- Prof. Tribe

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