Bag of Randomness

  • Remember when it use to be a family effort to move the front seat of a car?  That’s a fun memory.
  • I didn’t know that “Death Panels” already exist in Texas and were signed into law by then Gov Bush.  Article
  • Turning your keyboard upside down and shaking it will reveal some unpleasant surprises.
  • I just have this crazy fear that the crazy Godzillatron at the new stadium is going to fall on people.
  • Nothing stinks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong.
  • Remember putting in a Nintendo cartridge and it wouldn’t work? You would take the cartridge out, blow in it and that would somehow fix the problem. Every kid in America did that, but how did we all know how to fix the problem? There was no internet or message boards or FAQ’s. We just figured it out. Today’s kids are soft.
  • I wish there was a sarcasm font.
  • Sometimes I’ll watch a movie I saw as a kid and suddenly realize I had no idea what the heck was going on when I first saw it.
  • I’m sure everyone has a movie that they love so much that it becomes stressful watching it with other people, hoping they will react they way they are suppose to react at the right parts.
  • It’s always a goal to try to carry all the groceries in in one trip.
  • I don’t like repeating a word in the same sentence.
  • As a driver I don’t like pedestrians, and as a pedestrian I don’t like drivers, but no matter what the mode of transportation, I always dislike cyclists.
  • LOL has gone from meaning, “laugh out loud” to “I have nothing else to say”.
  • I have a hard time deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger.
  • Answering the same letter three times or more in a row on a Scantron test is absolutely petrifying.
  • There’s a local news story about two young Christian music producers that were murdered back in June 2008.  They were murdered while being mugged, and only had two dollars between them.  Last week the killer received the death penalty.  Yesterday Fox 4 had a segment on the widow of one of the victims who is carrying on the dream of that Christian music studio and teaching the youth about music.  But the thing that caught my attention was that she already remarried.  It’s interesting how one can think he or she has found the one and only true love, lose him or her, and then get married less than a year after the loss.  I’m not saying her love wasn’t or isn’t sincere, but remarrying less than a year after her husband’s murder was something that just really stood out.
  • That story made me think of one of The Ticket’s hosts talking about the agreement he made with his wife, that if he died, he’s just asking for one year before she remarries.  He thinks he deserves at least one year of grieving after so many years of marriage.
  • I tease WifeGeeding that all I ask is ten minutes before she moves on after my death.  And of course, her new husband will have to take over BagOfNothing.
  • Grace
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6 Responses to Bag of Randomness

  1. Mee says:

    About the TX 'death panel' – I do not consider this to be credible information. It is an opinion piece in an extremely conservative publication. (read about WT in wikipedia). The author makes a big hyperbolic leap from TX law, to the National Health care bill. AGAIN, misrepresenting the language in the federal HC Bill to be 'mandatory'. It is not.

    People like this who continue to incite fear and anger based on lies are disgusting.

  2. Sharon says:

    Everyday at work, I shake out the crumbs, hairs, food, tissue, etc from the keyboards. I sometimes use dust off spray to get things out.
    I think most kids watch cartoons such as family guy and southpark and don't realize what is going on. When they are adults it will be different.
    I always try to carry all the groceries in the house in one trip.
    Cyclist are annoying and I should be riding a bike more.
    You channel my thoughts more and more.

  3. et tu says:

    Are all of these incidental observations from "Yasmin's Personal Journal of Extreme Significance"?

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