This being a human thing can be a bit maddening.
Ya know…if you’re driving and a fellow motorist generously allows you to enter their lane…or stops so that you can turn into their lane (basically makes any thoughtful concession for your benefit) and you don’t acknowledge it-be it by a wave (preferably while smiling) or head nod, well then you’re a terrible terrible person. Terrible person. Terrible.
Can this woman and her dreadfully insufferable T-Mobile commercials please go away.
You know what the world needs more of? Movies about robots fighting. No. It. Doesn’t.
You know what else needs to stop? People putting periods after each word in an ill-advised effort to be dramatic. It makes no sense, it’s grammatically incorrect, and it’s indescribably annoying.
Stop blaming the Bears loss to the Packers on a lack of rushing attempts. Here’s my analysis: The Packers are better….much better. Think of the word "better" in this context.. "It’s better to win $500, than to fall down a flight of stairs into a burning basement". That’s how much better.
During the game I texted @bdweav2 and said "It’s terrifying how much better Rodgers is than Cutler". His spot on reply: "In that sentence you can replace Rodgers with any Packers player and Cutler with any Bears player, (at the same position) and it’s sadly still true". Bingo.
Hey Alex Rios and Brent Morel, I feel like the whole "Oh the season starts in April, and the first 140 games really matter" perspective is overrated too.
So to the shock and dismay of many on the Right, Presidential Candidate Rick Perry proved unable to debate/speak/convey his thoughts in a logical and coherent fashion. In other shocking news, Law and Order will be on TV today.
I'm gonna go throw up now.
Be Good Friends,