First Post From The iPhone

Last Updated on: 23rd September 2012, 06:38 pm

I have no idea how this is going to go or even if it will go at all, but let’s try. Oh, and apologies in advance for the typos.

I have no idea what I want to write about here. I’m doing this more just to see if I can.

Right now I’m sitting in my mom’s living room sipping on hot chocolate and watching the news. There’s trouble in the middle east, in case you were wondering. I hate to say it, but what the fuck else is new? This time somebody made a movie that the radicals didn’t like. Yes, that could be pretty much every movie, I know. But this time they’re pissed because this one mocks their religion. I love the CBC, but they’re treating this as if we’re all going to die. Oh, but they are pausing here and there to discuss the hockey lockout. This is, after all, Canada.

Again, apologies for the mistakes. It’s hard to eddit on this keyboarrd, and Voiceover is responding slowly in this post editor. If you just pretend that Matt wrote it you should be ok.

Listen, keyboard! Stop doubling my letters, you arsehamper! Hey, you just did it again!

Now on the subject of that hockey lockout, if it happens, it could be a long time before I care enough to give the NHL another chance. A so-called pro league going through 4 work stoppages in such a short time is fucking ridiculous, and I’m aboutt sick of it. There’s plenty of junior hockey to watch, and it mostly comes without all the horseshit the big leagues are subjecting us to. Plus the Leafs are going to fucking blow until the end of time, and I’ve had about as much of that as I can handle, thannk you verry much.

The hot chocolate I’m drinking comes with a chocolate spoon. I’ve never seen that before. Neat idea.

Not sure how many of you actually saw Raw Monday, butt you’ve likely heard about what happened to Jerry Lawler. That was the most awkward I’ve felt watching wrestling since Owen Hart died. I’m glad this is turnning out much happier, and I hope to see the King back on TV someday soon.

There’s a lot of talk about whether or not the show should have been stopped when Lawler went down. I don’t understand why. If they weren’t stopping for Owen, I’m not sure what short of another Benoit would stop it. Stopping shows just is not what they do, and in a way I understand. It would have been nice if they had, but in the heat of the moment it’s hard to make those decisions.

The reason I’m at my mom’s is that we’re going to the John Fogerty concert tonight. I’m really looking forward to it. He’s one of those guys that’s getting older, and I’m glad I get to see him while there’s still time. Have any of you seen him? Does he still sound good? I’ll report back when I can.

Anyway, I think it’s time to end this here all over the place post. Let’s see if I can publish it. I may have to get Carin to tag it, but as long as I can put the damn thing up I’ll be happy.

See ya, folks.

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6 Comments

  1. I’m sitting here hoping that stupid video doesn’t lead to Armageddon. Just read that Libya arrested four people. I wonder if they got it right or if they just grabbed the first four they saw. MSNBC here in the States has been doing a lot of background research and it’s scary. Their head reporter for the Mid-East speaks Arabic and has covered the area for years. He thinks the video was just a convenient excuse for attacks all over those countries by a well organized and well armed group who are using the authentic protesters as cover; especially in Libya.

    I think I’ll fire up You Tube and listen to some CCR. Enjoy the concert. I’ve heard him a couple of times over the last year or so and he still sounded good then.

  2. The concert was great. He still sounds amazing, and it was a very high energy show. I had a great time.

    I hadn’t heard about the arrests. I just got back to my house around 1:30 this morning and haven’t really heard any news. I hope those weren’t just arrests for the sake of arrests.

    1. Hey Ann. Was just thinking about you. Hoping you’re doing ok. There are things I want to say, but there’s always something else pressing I feel like I have to do. Like now, looking for a new apartment because my job’s getting crazier, for instance. Poor Steve, I think he wishes I’d never gotten this job.

      1. No, I certainly don’t wish that. I wish we didn’t have to move, but I’m really happy for you. How many people can honestly say that they’re doing well in a job that’s basically a dream for them?

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