I’m not sure if I can remember the last time I had a meatless meal.
I thought ‘Modern Family’ lost it but last night’s episode was of their best, the writing was fantastic.
I saw my ear/nose/throat doctor yesterday and my allergies and sinuses are hitting me with the ol’ one-two. At the end of my appointment I asked his thoughts on Vitamin D and he said I should just refer to my primary care physician. I told her that my primary care physician highly endorses them but I was trying to get different perspectives on the matter, and he once again said I should just refer to my primary care physician.
It turns out some Asians were upset at the last episode of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ accusing them of “yellow facing”, I term I’ve never heard. I’m usually very sensitive towards the mocking of Asian portrayals, especially the slanting of eyes and over-exaggeration of accents, but I didn’t find anything wrong with the episode whatsoever. To me it was along the line of Italians having some sort of mafia connection or their love for pasta.
Robert Gates was on ‘The Daily Show’ last night. Stewart is a better interviewer than most people give him credit for, and I do admire a lot of Gates’ character, our country was fortunate to have him serve.
Mo Rocca was fantastic on Letterman last night, I had no idea he was such a great interview.
Sometimes I feel like there are so many great things out there to learn about, in books, in television, and cool projects like learning a new language, coding, or a medium to large range home construction/modeling project. There are times I can’t wait to get started on them, and others where I feel like there’s so much out there none of them are worth tackling, and sometimes I try only for the energy to fizzle out.
Man Who Collected Every Gatorade Flavor Forced to Throw Them Out by His Mom – When I was a kid Gatorade use to come only in glass bottles. On one summer day my brother put one in the freezer for a quick chill but forgot about it. As the Gatorade froze it expanded and broke the bottle and the broken glass fell into the ice-maker. I’ve always chewed glass and one piece just didn’t quite feel like the others, but it was a little hard to tell as my mouth was a bit numb from all the ice chewing. For a moment I almost bit really hard on it, but stopped at the last moment, spit it out, and showed my father who wasn’t too happy. And to beat some of you to the punchline, sometimes I do wish I would have chewed or swallowed the piece.
The coach that went from Butler University to the Boston Celtics has them with a 14-26 record and fourth in their division.