Not that you asked, but here it is.
- I think Milton Bradley needs to embrace the whole “ya makes yer choices and ya lives with the consequences” paradigm. RD, you follow the Cubs – what’s his problem with the fans? He was totally not a troublemaker when he was with the Indians. (Of course, that was his rookie season, or close to it.)
- PK sent me an e-card for my birthday (thanks PK!) that featured a memory test to see if my advanced age was affecting my recall. It had 7 slides with photographs; after a few seconds of viewing the picture, you had to answer a quiz question about a specific detail (stuff like, “What color was the lady’s hat?’ and “What was the number on the license plate?”). I think you should look at my score.
- A kid I know (no kid, he’s 24-25 now) is serving a full 12-year prison sentence for selling two friends some Xanax, after which, tragically, they crashed their car and died. Yet, Leonard Little and Donté Stallworth get 90 days and 30 days, respectively, for actually driving drunk themselves and causing the death of other people. I think I do not understand this. I know, there are mitigating/aggravating circumstances, but sheesh, come on, now.
- I think everyone should experience a Fluffernutter at least once in their lives. I miss them. *sniff*
- Even if you’re not a fan of his politics or what he did in his personal life (sadly, he would never live down Chappaquiddick), Ted Kennedy was a giant to his family and his causes. If only everyone were as committed and passionate about their jobs…
It’s Thursday; can you see Finkday from here? That is good news (unless you’re a high school band director).