July 11, 2010

Just a Bit of Mindless Prattle.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 10:34 pm

1. Memo to females (and the few males who carry purses): Please note that chairs are specifically made for use by people’s asses. They are not there to serve as a place to park your goddamned purse. Thank you for your attention.

2. LeBron James? WTF? I understand he plays basketball (a supremely dumb game). What is the big goddamned deal about where he decides to play the dumb game? The country is swirling down the goddamned drain, and it seems that most of the country went on “hold” to wait for this guy to tell the world where he is going to play that dumb game. Feh!

3. Sweet Carolina Peach Sweet Tea Vodka. It ain’t Firefly, but, in a pinch, it’s an acceptable substitute.

That is all.


  1. To be honest, I’m guilty of chair-pursing. However, someone’s ass needs a seat, the purse goes aside. I never bogart the ass-needs of those who has ’em.

    Comment by LeeAnn — July 11, 2010 @ 10:48 pm

  2. I also don’t see what the big deal is about his deciding where he wants to work. Slavery been banned in this country for a good long time and it applies to sports figures about as much as everyone else. Of course I don’t give a fig about basketball.

    Comment by Carl Brannen — July 12, 2010 @ 2:51 am

  3. I thought it was funny that the owner of the Cleveland Franchise was so upset with Lebron leaving him in a lurch & abandoning the Cleveland fans. I am absolutely sure if he could have got multi-millions for selling him to another team , he would have done so …..regardless of what the fans thought or if Lebron wanted to stay in Cleveland.
    By the way …when Professional Basketball was in its infancy, remember the Rochester Royals, Syracuse Nationals, Fort Wayne Pistons, Minneapolis Lakers, Philadelphia Warriors ….it was an exciting game, today I would rather watch grass grow. I certainly would not pay to watch overpaid hoodlums & selfish team owners get rich.

    Comment by dudley1 — July 12, 2010 @ 9:47 am

  4. Lebron who?

    Comment by Mike R. — July 12, 2010 @ 12:09 pm

  5. I put my purse on a chair if there are sufficient chairs for all. Otherwise I hang it off my knee so I know where it is and I don’t lose it. At a bar, I’d never put my purse on a chair – too easy for someone to walk off with it (or with the essential parts of it).

    I enjoy watching sports – just about any sport (the exception seems to be golf which I just can’t watch). When the players work hard and put forth effort it’s fun and a great way to relax. If I’m watching a good game of some kind I can stop thinking about the 1001 things that must be done for work.

    I don’t enjoy watching a bunch of overpaid whiners kinda sorta put forth the least amount of effort possible and then cart home a mint of money afterward like they have cured cancer or something. It ticks me off even more when the idiots calling the game tell me the “coach needs to motivate them”… What??? They get paid a bazillion bucks to play a game and someone else has to motivate them??? Right. But that is professional basketball. While I realize it’s not everyone playing, enough of them have gummed things up so it’s nearly unwatchable.

    I much prefer hockey where guys routinely get smashed up but put forth even more effort to make sure their team wins.

    Comment by Teresa — July 12, 2010 @ 2:17 pm

  6. Who gives a rats ass where he plays. But I guess its big news to some people, after all it was in the headlines in our states largest newspaper, what a F’N shame.

    Comment by chef of da future — July 12, 2010 @ 8:06 pm

  7. If y’all think the Lebron debacle was something where you live, think what it was like right here in northeast Ohio for us non-sports fans.

    Every local news channel was Lebron non-stop for over a month. And to hear the loser fans’ emails and watch them support that leach right up until the moment he shoved a basketball up their collective asses. Well, down right pitiful and…well, I laughed my ass off!

    Comment by Dan O — July 15, 2010 @ 7:09 am

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