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Showing posts from February 28, 2010
5 Things To Do When Dealing With A 2 Week Cold 5. Make yourself Tussin mojitos. 4. Re-enact humorous cold medicine commercials, like the one where the large man says, "You've got to feed a cold!" while holding up the 6 foot long hoagie. 3. Shorten your sentences, and avoid certain words that trigger coughing spells. 2. Nervously wonder if the instruction about taking a cough drop every two hours is more like a guideline. 1. Blame Obama.
5 Random, Disconnected Thoughts For Today 5. Methinks I have no game, dude. 4. Tim, are we eating pizza tomorrow?! 3. Jamie, give me a call Friday, man. 2. No, I will not mix my milk and cookies; that's just wrong. 1. I would pay money to hear Bob Costas announce a funeral. P.S. Side Rant: Does anyone realize that hip-hop and R&B are not the same thing? And that today's commercial hip-hop sucks? I mean, truly epically shameful? Are the A&R dudes at record labels even paying attention? Is anyone buying the crap on the Top 40 radio now? The '90s were awesome for R&B and Soul. Even the repetitive throw-away songs were good. And the phase maybe lasted into '02. There were rapper cameos back then, but we understood that it was a dance track or something. Not to mention that people actually rhymed words back then. Now, everything is Ghetto. If you sing a song now, you are either: 1) White, 2) Gay, or 3) Country. Even Robin Thicke can't do a whole album without
5 Thoughts On A US Gold Medal In 4-Man Bobsled 5. Really? No offense fellas, but I need to see the tape. 4. Who kidnapped the Germans? 3. Who slashed the tires of the Austrians on the way to the event? 2. Was it under "First team down free of life-threatening injuries wins" rules? 1. I definitely want to see the team collective "Oh, snap! I think we actually won the bobsled" Face. Post-Script Rant: I saw something on a major non-left political blog saying, "Since Obama is uncofortable with American exceptionalism, would he have preferred the bronze?" First thought: I question the premise. President Obama is the living, breathing epitome of American exceptionalism. The whole campaign was one long commercial about how his achievement of becoming president (and his life before this) would not be possible elsewhere. Were all those mocking criticisms of his 'soaring' rhetoric hollow lies? Only a person who believes the reality of American exceptionalism