I think there is nothing more annoying than people who sit in the left lane. I suggest they do more to cause traffic and accidents than someone who is merely speeding. Are these people just clueless? Do they think they need a mile to pass the truck way ahead of them? And after the sixth car has to pass them on the right, does a light not go off to tell them to move their asses over? I’m seriously going to print up a big sign that says “YOURE IN THE WRONG LANE” to keep in the car with me.
I’m going to breakdown and get a smart phone. I don’t NEED one, but I want one. I’m looking forward to getting FourSquare so I can check in places. Is that geeky of me?
The electric mattress pad is the best invention EVER.
Is a prayer more likely to be answered if more people are praying for the same thing? I see people asking for prayer for sick loved ones, lost dogs, job interviews all the time. I don’t get it. Is the prayer of the person in need not enough? Or is prayer just a form of slacktivism? Someone who announces an illness on facebook will have fifteen people commenting that they’ll be praying. I imagine this makes them feel like they’ve actually done something to help. How about something a little more tangible? Go watch that sick persons kid. Take ’em a dinner. Offer to help with their housework. (Longer vent on prayer as public spectacle coming soon)
I always wonder when I see someone with a completely out of date haircut. A stylish cut is no more than a 1988 big bangs one is it? Do stylists not have some code of ethics that require them to say “Honey, nobody has worn their hair like that since Dynasty got cancelled.” Do these people not notice that no one is wearing their hair that way anymore? Don’t they have friends to advise them?
I LOVE satellite radio. I didn’t have it in my BMW (so strange, never seen a car with navigation that didn’t have satellite radio too), so I’ve missed it for the past year. Comedy channels, music from every decade, talk radio, I could just drive for hours and never get bored.
Was looking through old pictures this week. I’m amazed and saddened at how quickly time passes, but very grateful that I have good “constant” people in my life.
Do you “like” things on facebook? I tend to hit that like button for TV shows, products, and celebrities that I genuinely want to keep up with. But what in hell is the point in “liking” some of the inane bullshit such as “When I was younger, I used to sleep on my stomach. Then I grew boobs” (true page!) What useful information can possibly be garnered from that?