What of these fine things are newsworthy? I guess all of them, actually. I found, however, the speakers at the Million Man March to be hateful and divisive, calling law enforcement the "Blue Klux Klan" and chanting, "Down, down America!"
Which organizer thought this was a good idea?
So weird. I think the more I watch the news, the more I suffer from Deerintheheadlightsitis, Headspinaroundbackwards Syndrome, and Whatthefuck Conundrums. Unfortunately, the doctors tell me the only way to cure these problems is to hide my head in the sand or drink excessively. Sand in my eyes is about the same as too many drinks. Oy.
To elminate my headaches from the real world, I exited it by going to my daughter's volleyball tournament which was a bummer because they lost the championship. Not only that, they lost it because they gave up which makes it worse than losing to a good team, which they didn't. They beat themselves. It resembled the new American way. Erg.
Afterward, we talked to Seth's mom who is a wonderful lady. Seth's dad gave Bug an autographed pic and she got her picture taken with Seth Cook. Two local artists including the one featured in the below video also performed. We had an enjoyable time.
Briefly, life was just peaceful and fun with a splash of my childhood shining through.
To wrap up the weekend, we had to sit down to watch The Walking Dead. Color me disappointed, but I thought the episode sucked monkey ballz. Maybe it was just me.
At least The Blacklist was awesome.