News you can’t use.

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What passes for news these days is beyond ridiculous.

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I neither know nor care what the Rock eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, if you find a chunk of quartz that eats three squares a day? Now there’s an article I’ll read.

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Hold on… what?

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There you have it. Proof you can earn a living wage without a college education.

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When the headline promises to reveal the number one ice cream in the US? I pay attention. But damn, look how small that container is.

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That’s not my normal type of pint, but with flavors like that I’d be sorely tempted to switch.

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No, I really won’t. Cut flowers are lovely but I will not be sharing my Grey Goose with a bouquet of tulips anytime soon.

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26 thoughts on “News you can’t use.”

  1. * I am a bit of a smug elitist, but truthfully all I know about the “Rock” is that he is a jock at something.
    * I have a pack of dogs and really love them … but I go out of my way to not sniff their poop.
    * Apparently Jenny’s is ARGUABLY one of the best brands. If so, I think Jenny lost the arguement
    * I doubt that flowers are vodka aficionados. Some brands are less that $2 buck … before state taxes … save the good stuff …

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      1. Anyone who had house dogs know what a dog fart smells like, and tend to stay away from the pooping end and its byproducts …
        I would have to be in very dire straights to take that job …

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  2. Pure 7Up is great for cut flowers (my Dutch grandmother’s secret for long lasting floral bouquets). Save the vodka for imbibing, especially if it is Grey Goose!

    Deb

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  3. I heard about the dog poop on a radio show where the host said he had both dogs and a new baby and had been smelling a lot of poop, but, he added, “I prefer to keep my amateur status.”
    Also I remember there was a Star Trek episode about a walking, talking rock–prompting Dr. McCoy’s line, “I’m a doctor, not a bricklayer”, but I don’t remember what its diet was.

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    1. I gotcha here. The creature, which resembled some muddy rocks and gravel, was called a “Horta” and was discovered to be injured after Spock put the Vulcan mind lock on it. Tricorder readings revealed that it was a silica-based lifeform and could be patched up with some cement they happened to have laying around, hence the bricklayer reference.
      Yeah, I’m a geek.

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