Admittedly, this is one of the more exciting playoff seasons in recent memory. Both the NHL and the NBA have had some great, exciting close games. It's been worth watching even when there is only one team to root for.
With Regina as my witness, I totally called the Lebron shot. "3-pointer to win the game. I bet you the NBA scripts this sh*t!" (Yes, I was on a few beers. Exciting game; couldn't help it.)
With the playoffs as inspiration, I took some time today to rework my jump shot. (Again). I have a practice jump shot and an in-game jump shot. Never shall the twain meet, apparently.
Song Of The Moment: Keri Hilson - Knock You Down Feat. Kanye West, Ne-Yo Comment: Dessert or disaster? I used to be the captain of my pimp ship flying high...
In this economy, everyone worries for their jobs. In good times, everyone thinks that their company treats them like crap.
The thing is, people complain all the time about their job and they rarely do anything to change the situation.
In the bad times, they don't want to because there is a fear of not finding another job. One that they may love, or at least enjoy.
In the good times, they look to jump to the same crappy job, albeit with a better salary.
So riddle me this, why don't more people pursue the things that they are passionate about? If you love reading, be a copywriter. If you love computers, go into tech. Why labour at something where you simply wait for 5 PM (or whatever time people get off nowadays)?
This all stemmed from talk I hear all the time about the terrible economy and how tough life would be. These are the same people complaining in the good times too. Maybe complaining is what they enjoy. They should start their own radio shows. Worked for a bunch of chronic complainers, eh?
Song Of The Moment: 王力宏 - 心跳 Comment: You did it again. Awesome!