What I've learned this week
Car dealerships are parole offices for people who have not been to jail. They are filled with over weight, smelly men that wear desperation as their uniform of choice and whose soul purpose in life is to make you feel like an insignificant blight on society. I spent a what felt like a week in one yesterday afternoon thanking whatever deity allowed me to not work in a place surrounded by NASCAR memorabilia and country music. PS.If I ever run into Toby Keith someday, I’m going to punch him in the throat.
Donald Trump is a giant douche. I was going to make a flippant remark about his hair but, it’s just too easy…
Putting the monicker of “Business” in front of a noun like ‘Man’ or ‘Woman’ does not automatically make that individual intelligent enough to work a smart phone. The term might imply a certain level of tech skill, but alas, no such luck. They too, are made bitches by their Roadrunner email just like the everyone else.
I liked “Glee” a whole lot better before they were all up in your face about it.
Even though I’m not planning on watching, I’m secretly hoping Prince William & Kate Middleton run off and elope so all of the media networks that were banking on “The Royal Wedding” to make their fiscal year are left with egg on their faces and nothing to air. Besides, I find it hard to believe that, given the current economic climate in this country, anyone I know gives a shit about two white, wealthy, over - privileged people getting married in a ‘Who’s Who” celebrity filled church.
The USDA stands for “ The United States Don’t Ask”. The minute you get diagnosed with a severe food allergy, your life becomes about asking questions regarding the food you eat. What I’ve discovered through my research is the Government agencies who should be asking these same questions in order to protect our food and ensure our safety, are not. Spend some time reading the labels on your food. Chances are if you can’t pronounce it, it shouldn’t be there. The question that keeps me up at night is why no one from the USDA or FDA is questioning the food companies decisions to add all of that crap to our food. Or better yet, why hasn’t the USDA recognized the link between those chemicals and the Cancer rate in this country? Now that I’m asking these questions, the answers I’ve come up with have seriously pissed me off… Stay Tuned.