Some days are better than others.
Is there ANY worn out cliche with MORE truth to it than this one ?
Then again, certain days are at a DISTINCT disadvantage, aren't they ?
Take Monday, for example... is there a MORE downtrodden and disdained day in the whole week ?
I think not. I consider it a personal achievement to simply put it in my rearview mirror !
It makes every other day seem better BY DEFAULT !
If someone at work
Originally Posted by KCLV
I just watched a great college football game with regard to LSU and Alabama. It wasn't some boring Miami Fla'-Floridat State game, where the defenses dominate, and the offenses are so basic and incapable of complicity that the defenses win easily.
Nope, this was a great game. Great offense, and great defense..not a lot of scoring albeit.
In any case, the game ended in a tie 6-6, as far as I'm concerned. In fact, I turned the game off after regulation. I will not let a ridiculous
So a baby polar bear goes up to his mom and asks, “Mom, am I one hundred percent polar bear?” The mom replies why of course you are. I’m 100% polar bear and your dad is. That makes you 100% polar bear. The baby polar bear then goes to his dad - “Dad, am I one hundred percent polar bear?” The dad says sure - I’m 100% polar bear and so is your mom, and both our parents were polar bears. That makes you 100% polar bear. Why do you ask?
The baby polar bear looks at the dad and says, “Because
I decided Sunday morning to go hit some golf balls before the blast furnace that is Orlando’s summer hit full force. It gets Africa hot here in the summer, and if you try to do anything outdoors in the afternoons you’re basically a masochist or have a real twisted idea what fun is.
So I get to the driving range at 8:30 in the morning. By then it was ‘only’ 85 degrees. Still bearable. I get my bucket and head over to the range and start warming up. About halfway through the bucket
Last month I wrote about how I was a last-minute replacement for a co-worker that netted me a trip to Memphis, where I discovered the soul of a city that burns brightly. The lesson learned was, essentially, never to look a gift horse in the mouth, and to enjoy what is given to you.
Well, the fun never ends.
Last week our Marketing Director came to my office and asked if my schedule was open for Friday. When I told her that I had a meeting in the morning, she asked if
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