Health Experts that are telling me I only need six hours of sleep every night
You’re not my mommy. And not even my mommy can tell me when to go to sleep. I’ll be the one to decide how many hours of sleep I need. Not you. So let’s get one thing straight, Mr. Health Expert: If I don’t get at least 7.5 hours of sleep, then the next guy I see in the morning better worry about his health.
And before you mention it, the answer is: Yes, I call my mother my “mommy.” What’s wrong with that? She’s called me “Ariel” for 30 years, so why would I change the name I use for her?
LivingSocial’s Email About a Flying Trapeze Class
This is a case of a marketer not knowing its audience. I’ve said it before: flying and Jews don’t mix. We are panicky, terrified, and neurotic people for any activity that is four feet above the ground. That goes for skateboarding, hiking, and using stools in the kitchen.
I do like seeing the price, though. The advertisement says two hours for only $39. If only it were two hours of investment advice, instead of risking my neck on an elevated swing.
Why are we using humans to decide balls and strikes when the K-Zone on T.V. is doing a perfect job?
The K-Zone has NEVER been wrong. Ever. Before we even think about putting robotic cars on the road, I want all home-plate umpires to be replaced with the K-Zone.
Start time of ALCS Game 3
Over a week ago I complained about the Red Sox-Rays ALDS Game 1 start time of Friday at 3 p.m. That’s a 3 p.m. time of which – unless you’re a hobo or student – you’re still at the office working.
I appreciate the MLB for its continual “improvement” in scheduling this week’s ALCS game 3, but it’s still not good enough. The game’s at 4 p.m. today.
It’s a weekday. And once again, one of the biggest games of the year starts during working hours.
I’m starting to think that the MLB really doesn’t understand what the average human does during the day.
HEY MLB, WE WORK 9 TO 5!!!……
AS IN, , 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
NOT 5 A.M. TO 9 A.M.!!!