I am probably going to offend some people in the world with this post, but I need to get back to basics with this blog. It's about my opinions. So here goes. I just want to say how happy I am that writers across America are on strike and picketing. Let me tell you how much it has affected me; it hasn't. The funny part of it all is hearing everyone in a frenzy because their favorites shows are in reruns and they can't handle life without their favorite TV shows. I rarely watch TV. All I need is sports and Biggest Loser-and if those writers go on strike, no worries, I am sure I can find some fat people to exercise in front of a camera. Most of you in the world watch too much TV anyways, it's good for you to take a break.
The best comparison I can make to all the reactions I am hearing from people about how horrible this strike is would be when the Coke machine at work is empty. All the women at work who drink 6 Diet Coke's a day and say they are not addicted-they completely lose it when they see that red light glowing. They're speeding off to Wal-mart, making calls to their husbands(well actually, they were all divorced at least once-so maybe they called a neighbor) to come bring them some Coke. They go nuts. I am not suggesting in any way that caffeine is addictive.
Because it is clearly not. Just asks Angela down below. It's just coincidence that she is ripping her hair out of her scalp at the same time she hasn't had a diet coke for 2 hours.
In conclusion. I hate writers of TV shows. I hate diet Coke. But I love all who consume one or both. I am not judging anyone, because I have my weaknesses and if Internet service providers went on strike I would be bald within an hour.