People seem to be somewhat shocked and taken aback when I tell them I never read books. Obviously, it's because so many people subscribe to the conventional foolishness that says one must be an avid reader to build an extensive vocabulary and develop skills in grammar, usage, and writing. In reality, all one needs is some basic aptitude, an Internet connection, enough motivation, and practice, practice, practice!
When asked why I do certain things, I often respond by saying, "Because I can. When I get to the point where I can't do it anymore, I'll stop doing it."
I know a guy who once canceled his Sam's Club membership because the members never called any meetings. He had previously quit his membership in a book club for the same reason.
Am I the only guy who has trouble retrieving stuff from/putting stuff in my pants pockets while sitting?
A new judge has now been selected in the trial of Saddam Hussein: Judge Reinhold.
I'm proud of the fact that I can walk faster than many people who are 10 and 20 years younger. Actually, I think they probably could walk faster than I, but they choose, for some reason unknown to me, to drag along like someone who is much older. Shame on them!
There seems to be a direct correlation between a strong work ethic and good luck. Those who work the hardest are usually the luckiest. However, good luck rarely comes to those who sit around, waiting to get lucky.
The most recent installment of Monday Night Football was little more than a three-hour infomercial for the City of New Orleans.