We get it. Every day, gas his a new high, be it in barrels or at the gas station down the street. It’s no longer news, it’s more a persistent buzzing in our ears.
Howzabout this: You report when it hits a new LOW instead. That will be something we all want to hear.
The post below with the photo of Kitt? It was reposted today on a website with the best domain name I’ve seen in months. Maybe even centuries.
If any site on the planet is going to link to me, I want it to be a site dedicated to all things Hasselhoff. (You guys know me – you know there is no sarcasm in that statement.) I just need to figure out how to parlay this into even more fame and fortune.
Oh, and for the record, when we saw the car, and we tried to explain what it was and where it was from, we had to use the Spongebob Squarepants movie as a way of explaining who the “Michael” was that the car was talking about. Junior immediately started talking about Hoff’s chest hair. (If you haven’t seen the S.S. movie – his talking about Hoff’s chest hair is not as disturbing as it would be otherwise.)
I was just reading Surviving Grady, and Red was talking about Youk’s shiner. He said this happened because of a “warm-up toss from Scenic Lowell that got away”.
Scenic Lowell. I am so stealing that. I will have to use that the next time Mike Lowell and I are in Johnny Rockets cleaning up gumballs.
The Spinners game was great – a very close game that almost went into extra innings but for a lovely sacrifice fly that meant we got to go home before the clouds that threatened us all evening finally broke open. It literally did not start to rain until we got in the car, which made the whole endeavor a complete success.
I was on the Accuweather website just now, looking to see if rain is expected to mar Junior’s 2nd playoff baseball game tonight. I happened to scroll down past the important (to me) information and spotted the following table. What struck me as amusing is that they just aren’t completely ruling out any of the things in the far right column. It’s the first day of summer. And you aren’t willing to say there is no chance of heavy snow? That there is minimal chance just because that way if the temperature drops fifty degrees you’ll be covered? Good to know.