Any of you seen Worlds Greatest Dad? I'm a bit confused on it. (for the lack of words)
Anyway, Glad you all liked it!
Yeah, I saw it when it premiered on HDNet Movies. I liked parts of it, and the overall concept, but felt it fell short of what it could have been. I'm glad someone had the guts to make that kind of movie anyway.
There was one type of "target" he didn't include - people talking on phone or texting while driving and not having a clue what they're doing to traffic. Then I'd be in the 200-300 range very quickly. If some how, some day, I do cross over to the dark side, some poor texter will rue the day he bought a phone.
There are two, and they take place at the checkout line, that I would like to have seen.
1. People who still write checks at the checkout counter; some for as little as a couple of dollars. They wait until the cashier tells them how much the total is before they take out the checkbook and fill out anything. They could fill in everything except the amount while the cashier is doing their job, but they don’t. In many cases the register will do everything except sign the check for you, but they still have the need to fill out everything themselves. Even people who charge often wait until the last second to look for their card. And they always have 27 cards to leaf through, often twice.
2. But my favorite: The person, almost always a woman, who takes 5 minutes looking through their suitcase of a pocketbook for that elusive change. “I know I’ve got that 63 cents in here somewhere.” There have been a few times I’ve come close to pulling a dollar out and paying it myself.
^^^ oh, yeah, been there. Not that much lately, though. Last week I almost popped a gasket when I was behind someone that paid for their food with the "Massachusetts foot stamp credit card" and then handed over some $20 bills for a carton of cigarettes...
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. -- Thomas Alva Edison
Mine? I'm a golfer who likes to play quickly and what really steams me is guys who just stand around watching the other players hit and only then begin to prepare for their own shot. Five minutes later they're still taking their 25 practice swings, stepping off their yardage, tossing grass in the air to see which way the wind is blowing (like it matters for them), etc. I just want to brain them with my sand wedge for making my round take 6 hours to play when I could be back at home watching a great movie in the HT (see how I got my little rant back on topic?).
Golf crowds who want their 2 seconds worth of fame.
From 550 yards. “In the hole!”
That’s about as far as I’d like to stick a driver up their...
I feel better.
Oh, those over-imbibed idiots have a new one now. Heard some moron screaming it yesterday on literally every single shot Eldrick hit during the Golf Channel's "All Tiger, All the Time"TMcoverage: Light the candle! Heaven help us.