No run or workout today. Tired and miserable when I got home, and i just said the hell with it. No reason to kill myself doing this if i don’t feel ready, which I didn’t. No worries. I’ll run and workout tomorrow. All is well. except my earache. I’d say it’s a pain in the ass, but that’s an odd way to talk about a pain in your head, and it says very, very bad things about the intelligence, or more appropriately the lack of intellect residing in the person who would say that. 🙂
Red Sox won the World Series. Good for them. A-rod’s worn out his welcome in New york. Good for him. Joe Girardi is the New Yankees skipper, Congratulations! The first two I care not a lick about, baseball fan tho I am. Joe’s a Good guy and he got screwed out of a Job with the Marlins because their owner is a Moron. Good Luck In Yankee-ville, Joe!
Holy Crap! The New York Rangers actually won a Game and Scored more than One Goal! NICE! Now all they gotta do is Figure out how to Dump That waste of Money, Scott Gomez, and life will be almost good. Send him to the Caps for Mikey Nylander, who they never should have gotten rid of in the first place.
No Politics today. The earache took the will to do it out of me. Sports is easy. Politics isn’t. Politics tomorrow, I Promise.
And On that Note, I am done. G’night.
Today’s Nuggets, Courtesy of Douglas Adams: So, my argument is that as we become more and more scientifically literate, it’s worth remembering that the fictions with which we previously populated our world may have some function that it’s worth trying to understand and preserve the essential components of, rather than throwing out the baby with the bath water; because even though we may not accept the reasons given for them being here in the first place, it may well be that there are good practical reasons for them, or something like them, to be there.
A learning experience is one of those things that say, ‘You know that thing you just did? Don’t do that.’
What to do if you find yourself stuck with no hope of rescue: Consider yourself lucky that life has been good to you so far. Alternatively, if life hasn’t been good to you so far, which given your present circumstances seems more likely, consider yourself lucky that it won’t be troubling you much longer.