When I was growing up, sports was just kind of my deal. I didn't always love them, but I had a natural skill at some of them, so people always put me in them. I was decent at basketball, volleyball, baseball, long jump (had the school record for a couple of weeks) and was weirdly … Continue reading Trolling
As I spoke previously about my bitterness about holidays and how we don't have enough, I have come to the realization that the reason why we don't have more holidays is because we don't appreciate the ones that we have. Let's face it, how much do we really care about them? I mean … Continue reading Black Friday bitterness
I watch a lot of television because it is a diversion. It distracts me from being productive and efficient and worthwhile. Anything that can distract me from doing something is a good thing. I want to thank Filo T. Farnsworth and others who helped pioneer television and of course all the networks for paying for all … Continue reading Advertising bitterness (Bittertising!)
chris palmer@ESPNChrisPalmer Reggie Miller to Shaq: "It sounds like you have a little bit of bitterness." (Open Court) Welcome to the club Shaq. Never thought I would say that!
The phrase "welcome to my world" makes me so bitter. To be fair with the people that do say that, I complain A LOT. I complain out loud and I grumble to myself. If I'm not complaining on my blog, I'm complaining on Facebook or to my kids or to my co-workers. I especially complain in … Continue reading “Welcome to my world” bitterness
Wireless internet makes me so bitter. Computers have been around for a long time in some form. In fact, the internet is probably one the greatest inventions to ever grace this earth. I still remember the first website I entered and remember writing the site down from the https:// to the whole entire name, the dot com … Continue reading Wi-fi Bitterness