Is anyone really surprised about what’s happening this fall? Apparently being famous isn’t enough to just waltz in and take over the game. The guy wasn’t even good at his old job! But take the prospects of TV viewers and page clicks combined with weak competition, and here we are. I keep waiting for someone to just admit it’s all a publicity stunt. I’m afraid even after the guy flames out this fall, he’ll be back on TV and never fully go away.
Yeah, Tim Tebow is looking really bad in the Arizona Fall League.
Wait, who did you think I was talking about?
I had to ask a younger person to help me with a computer thing. I’m pretty sure that makes me an old person.
Pro-tip: Want to get an income tax refund when you have underpaid for the year? Just double pay your taxes and wait for them to mail you the refund. Thanks, TurboTax!
Happy Festivus to all. May your aluminum pole be unadorned, your feats strong, and your grievances aired.
I was talking to my local pharmacist, and she told me that her hospital has pneumatic tubes for sending prescriptions around the building. If I would have known that automatic teller machines didn’t kill off this technology, I might have chosen a completely different career path.
A non-comprehensive list of things people are allowed to do in America:
1) Own a gun
2) Fly flags that might offend others
3) Marry someone of the opposite sex
4) Participate in monotheistic religion
5) Act as though any of the above have changed when they have, in fact, not
Between Deflate Gate and Marshawn Lynch, this has been the best week ever for people that say they love sports but do not actually love sports. Nothing encapsulates the uselessness of mainstream sports media than the fact that a player not answering questions overshadowed every single player that did answer questions.
The best Christmas present that we all receive on December 25 is that the deluge of Christmas music starts to ease up.
What does it mean if I dream that my bag is full if cookies and I’m trying to eat them before they all crumble?
The Bay Area has alot of opinions on things, but when it rains, there are only two things said:
1) Well, we need it.
2) Nobody here knows how to drive in the rain.