Through the magic of Facebook, those who use the social network have been treated to a look back at twenty of their most important moments from the year 2012. Like many, I’m digging the feature but don’t feel like my best moments were presented. So in an effort to write a corny year-end blog post, BOOM!
Do celebrities get away with things that normal people could never do or am I just a hater? I imagine the answer is both when you really analyze the two points but indulge me for a bit. If I went into a restaurant & expected a cheaper meal after the staff caught a glance at me, they’d probably end up charging me more for being ignorant. Famous folks can apparently make situations like this work out in their favour though. So after spending a fair amount of time telling myself that it’d be out-of-bounds to share your innermost feelings about someone via keystrokes, imagine my surprise when I heard that celebs are proposing to each other online.
This week I got my first birthday/Christmas present of the year. Apparently people have gotten the memo that I don’t really care to receive gifts for myself during the holiday season so they’ve decided to give me stuff prior to it. The gift itself was something that I assumed weeks ago someone was likely to “surprise” me with while attempting to figure out what I like. After making use of it more than once already, I have to admit that I love it & that this holiday spirit stuff is better than lait de poule. So here’s an idea how to spread it.
Being broken up with is the worst thing ever. Like, literally. You spend all this time showing a someone your ins & outs, develop a deep emotional attachment to them & then BOOM! You wake up one day & none of that is supposed to matter anymore. Similar situations can be seen in the world of sports. For example, managers/coaches & their teams. Imagine the manager of a baseball team leaving for a rival team he had a prior relationship with. Even though he signed swore allegiance to his new club, he was all too ready to head back to where he came from. Sounds like a soap opera? Well, here’s my write up on when it happened to the Toronto Blue Jays & my advice on how they would best get over it. Welcome Toronto sports.
Politics is more interesting than it gets credit for. Or maybe I’ve just be spoiled as a kid hailing from the city of Mel Lastman & Rob Ford. During election time political theatre serves as pretty good theatre but after the results come in, most people stop paying attention. Here’s a piece on Blogger about why we shouldn’t be those people anymore.
The ability to make a decision every few years is great. Making an informed one is better. – C.S. Anderson
According to Drake, “There’s two sides to every story; and three when the truth gets told”. I don’t know why former Toronto Raptor Vince Carter played the way he did during his final weeks in the city or what specifically led to him being a part of
arguably the worst trade in franchise history. However if this post I wrote for Blogger indicates anything, it’s that I still feel a certain way about it all.
Like a bad breakup, it would forever be a moment we wouldn’t look back on unless it was totally necessary. Then then this week happened. – C.S. Anderson
Inquiring minds on Blogger wanted to know, what’s your favourite candy to get while trick-or-treating on Halloween?
Sports I understand. Relationships, not always. Every so often, like when the manager of my beloved Toronto Blue Jays decided that he’d rather leave to work elsewhere, those two worlds intertwine. On Blogger, I tried to leverage my knowledge of one world to make sense of the other.
You can’t force people to feel things they don’t. Nor can you change what they truly feel in their heart. – C.S. Anderson