I never bother with how-to books or step-by-step instructions to accomplish this or that. I've found that these things almost always contain at least one instruction that I'm either unable or unwilling to do. Therefore, the only instructions or recommendations I'll generally follow are those that I create.
I don't understand how a steeplechase could be much of a sport. After all, I've never seen any steeple that could move very fast!
When trying to watch football (or basketball or baseball) games on two different channels at once, it's uncanny how often commercials will be running on both channels at the same time.
Now that that the majority of the American people are against the war in Iraq, those on the far right are dismissing the majority as being "uniformed." However, it's funny how smart the majority was when it favored the war!
It's funny how aging affects people differently. It makes some people look more distinguished, while it makes others look more extinguished.
I'm going to coin a new word: "attituder" (or "tuder" for short). I'll define it as someone who has a great sense of entitlement and will almost always complain when others do not cater to their every whim.
Whenever I notice that someone doesn't like me (for whatever reason), I begin to do things to purposely grind at them and make them dislike me even more.
There are certain things I will not do unless they are convenient. The Internet has made many things more convenient, therefore it has opened up a world of new possibilities for me. Writing is a prime example. I never even considered it before the advent of websites and blogs.
An inherited retirement account is a failed retirement account!