I scribbled this on the back of a Liquor Provisioning Form while sitting ARC in CLE a week or two ago.
Things I know:
-There are only two places it is acceptable to ask for a hot tea:
-Some people should be aware of the fact that they are no more important than anyone else and abusing people they feel are less than them is unacceptable.
-People who believe they know how things operate usually have the complete opposite idea of how things actually do.
- That feeling you get after stating the obvious... you really don't seem as idiotic as you feel. Multiply by 10.
Things I'm pretty damned sure of:
-Reading "Readers Digest" will automatically decrease your IQ. I've read more intelligent literature scribbled on bathroom stalls.
-People that complain about bad drivers are usually bad drivers themselves.
-Paying attention and following simple signs or instructions is beyond anyone over the age of eight.
-All of life's questions can be answered by lyrics of a Beatles' song. Or a Stones' song.
Things I don't understand:
-People that respond with exaggerated amazement when I say I'm not married. Is that meant to be a compliment?
-People that do not wear sunglasses.
-People that are disrespectful to police officers.
-Why hangovers worsen with age.