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leap year

February 27, 2012 // Posted in Eating Out, Future, Thoughts, Wisdom (Tags: , , ) |  Comments Off on leap year

Fucking really? I don’t understand why they had to add one day every four years. Seriously what does that do for us in the end? Time doesn’t change. It still flows by at the same pace and it is just another day. Scientists are out of their minds, especially astrologists. They act like this really matters in the long run, but it doesn’t. There are only two constants in life. death and taxes. All the conjecture over where we come from and whats out there, or whatever is all bullshit. We are all going to grow old and we are all going to die. They should really spend their time and money on things that matter, like curing childhood cancer or something. If more people worked on it, then it wouldn’t exist.

Okay, I am done ranting about this stupid shit. I want to nibble on something right now. Do I want something sweet or something salty? I think I will go for something sweet with chocolate. That means a trip to Dairy Queen for a Peanut Buster Parfait with extra fudge and peanuts. I do believe that will take me out of this funk I am in, because I am bitching too much.

Heartbreak

December 4, 2011 // Posted in Living, Music, Wisdom (Tags: , , , ) |  Comments Off on Heartbreak

Have you ever noticed that some of the best songs out there are about having a broken heart? I guess that a heartbreak is a universal thing that everyone experiences at least once in their life. I am jealous of anyone who never goes through a heartbreak. I am sure some people meet the love of their life at a young age, like high school sweethearts, and get married. I wonder what percentage of relationships have that happen? Seems to me that most of us are just stumbling around trying to find out way, looking for true love, and getting out hearts stomped on by the unworthy. Thus, a lot of good songs on the radio.

Stoplight Party

October 2, 2011 // Posted in People, Sexuality, Wisdom (Tags: , , , , ) |  Comments Off on Stoplight Party

My girlfriend was telling my about a stoplight party that he went to. It was on a boat up in Chicago, a cruise to nowhere kind of thing. The boat goes up the River, out onto Lake Michigan and then back to port about 3 hours later. The passengers are all college age kids who use it for a private party. The key thing to know is that the plastic solo cups are color coded. Red means they have a serious relationship already, yellow means they are careful and picky, and green means they are available and looking. That is really helpful for shy guys. Too bad all the clubs don’t use the color codes. It would save a lot of embarrassing moments.

Uncle Sam Needs You

September 11, 2010 // Posted in People, Thoughts, Wisdom (Tags: , , , , ) |  Comments Off on Uncle Sam Needs You

I was reading an article about the 4th of July. It had many interesting facts about the 4th of July, most of them I knew about but I did learn a few things that were interesting. The one that I found of interest was that in 1843, the U.S. government set up an account to accept gifts from people wishing to express their patriotism. These days, the money is directed to pay down the debt. In 2009, people sent $3,063,057.05. So far this year they have sent in $2,451,266.91. That is a lot of money that our good people are sending in, wouldn’t you say?

Good Information To Know About And Pass Along

September 2, 2010 // Posted in Future, Wisdom (Tags: , , , ) |  Comments Off on Good Information To Know About And Pass Along

I found this information at Greenwichmeantime.com and thought that I would share it here, good info to know

Daylight Saving Time Schedule USA 2007 – 2015

As prescribed: The Energy Policy Act of 2005

Rule 

Start: Second Sunday in March

End: First Sunday in November

Time: 2 am local time

Beginning in 2007, Daylight Saving Time is extended one month and the schedule for the states of the United States that adopt daylight saving time will be:

2 a.m. on the Second Sunday in March
to
2 a.m. on the First Sunday of November.

Year DST Begins 2 a.m.
(Second Sunday in March)
DST Ends 2 a.m.
(First Sunday in November)
2007 March 11 November 4
2008 March 9 November 2
2009 March 8 November 1
2010 March 14 November 7
2011 March 13 November 6
2012 March 11 November 4
2013 March 10 November 3
2014 March 9 November 2
2015 March 8 November 1