The vehicles I have to drive for work are equipped with cameras that have GPS in them. They’re there for 2 reasons: 1) To record in case of an accident, and 2) for “training purposes” aka making sure we’re not driving recklessly or distracted.
Every morning I look right into the camera and apologize to the person who has to watch my footage because they’re in for 10 hours of horrible singing with some comments on people’s driving skills mixed in every once in a while.
I burped earlier and it tasted like blueberry muffins. I found that to be odd since I didn’t eat blueberry muffins earlier. I ate Andy Capps Hot Fries and drank some Dr. Pepper. I’m still not sure how hot fries plus Dr. Pepper equals blueberry muffins.
I find it odd that the word colonel is pronounced “kernel” despite not having an “r” anywhere in it.
In the Blade movies, he gets his powers when his mother is bitten by a vampire while she’s pregnant. At the end of the first movie, it’s revealed that the vampires know about this because his mother turned and joined them. Yet, in the other two movies, the goal of the vampires is to make more like Blade, who can withstand the sunlight. So….. why didn’t they just start biting more pregnant women????
As someone who spends a lot of time on the road, it’s frightening how many people I see who are looking at their phones while driving. And I’m not talking about when the vehicles are stopped at a light. I mean that they’re doing it while their cars are in motion.
Seriously, people. No text, post, tweet, or pic is worth your life. Put the damn phone down while you’re driving.
Commercial Announcer: These are real people, not actors.
….apparently, actors aren’t real people.
I was looking up what date Thanksgiving fell on this year on an online calendar. At the bottom of the page it had some links to related articles. One of the articles was about the day after Thanksgiving and what people called it. Most people I know refer to it as Black Friday. This article said that there was a certain group of people that referred to it with a different color.
The article claimed that plumbers refer to the day after Thanksgiving as Brown Friday, because it’s their busiest day of the year for pipe and septic blockages.
I find that to be incredibly humorous.