Tuesday, January 11, 2011

I refuse to discuss the following topics.

I refuse to discuss the following topics.


Wow, there’s so much to write about out there I think I’d rather figure out what I don’t want to write about.
  • The iPhone coming to Verizon – I already have an unlimited data plan, and as for coverage you betcha Verizon’s network will get just as clogged as AT&T’s. So, whatever. Competition’s nice, though.
  • Arizona – It’s just too depressing. We, as a nation, must come to our senses before it’s too late.
  • The Cape – This show looks stupid, but everyone and their brother wrote about it today, leading me to believe critics are even more stupid (sometimes) for even thinking this superhero show should be taken seriously. (Also, morons that missed the (admittedly weak) reference, Robin, of Batman fame, was trained by circus folk.)
  • Chicago’s mayoral race – All you ever need to know about who to vote for if you are a (living or dead) Chicago resident is right here. http://twitter.com/#!/MayorEmanuel
  • What Did I Do Last Night? - I don’t want to know. That is one TV show I would never want to be on. I’m only interested in what YOU did last night.
Oh crap, by listing what I wasn’t going to talk about, I went right ahead and ended up talking about the things I wasn’t going to talk about. Dang!

3 comments:

TC said...

What Did I Do Last Night? UGH...I'm extremely sick and bored of tv shows, blogs and everything in between that are about nothing but partying, rude and obnoxious behaviour and bad decisions. Enough already. People are getting so stupid.

Tankboy said...

I actually think WDIDLN? is helpful in that it forces folks to realize that their partying behavior is destructive, not cool. I totally understand it being aired in GB since they have such a huge youth binge drinking problem.

It's one reality show that thankfully does NOT glorify bad behavior.

TC said...

I haven't seen it so I guess I can't really comment. Although, if they show them partying on the program, then I'd say they are getting the negative attention that they probably crave.