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Planet Earth

Member since 28 November 2011 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching Bollman Leave.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: John Simon aka The Beast
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • SOCCER TEAM: Bayern Munich

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Comment 4 hours ago

Seriously what asshole thought an info graphic displaying how shitty they are was a good idea? 

"Johnson, what's the best way for us to release this information?"

"well, we could send out a long winded boring report that is hard to decipher and most media will ignore because most of them can't read anymore, oooorrrr we have that shiny graphics department doing nothing."

"brilliant Johnson, I knew you were a star when I let my daughter Marry you."

Comment 27 May 2016

interesting.  My experience has been, at least around campus, if you leave your stuff unattended, it "walks away".

Comment 26 May 2016

Athough this may be true, they didn't name any coaches specifically in the report, but they did say "coaching staff" several times.  You gotta wonder how many coaches on that "staff" knew about what was going on and if you could really trust any of them at this point.  I am not accusing this man, just saying, its hard to trust any of them right now.

Comment 26 May 2016

His partner was shot 17 times (most of those striking his body armour). But he killed three of the enemy, got on Clark’s radio to tell the others on the team (because his radio had been shot up), then walked out because he didn’t want to let down his brothers

I mean, holy shit.

When I was in the scouts, we camped out on the campus of Annapolis where the officers going into the Navy train.  They also have seal training there for the officers and they have their own hell week.  We actually ended up being there during this time period.  Its winter, its -5 degrees outside that year, and we are sitting in the cafeteria eating watching these guys crawling through the dirt next to the windows (the cafe was in a basement, so they are above you) then run over, jump in the fucking river, jump out and run out of sight.  Dude showing us around at the end of the week he told us his roomate was in that program. My dad asked him how hell week went for his friend and he said "yeah, he comes in, falls flat on his face on the bed, and I asked him how it went and he said "its over." then passed the fuck out."

Those guys are an entirely different breed of fighting man and they strike fear in anyone who hears they are coming for them.  

Comment 24 May 2016

How So?  You don't think its hilariously sad that you walk into any bar these days and you see 4 people sitting together, and not saying a word to one another?  Just look around in a restaurant.  Its sad in my opinion.  Nobody knows how to have a conversation anymore, and its actually effecting job performance.  I interview people now who can't even look me in the eye, or anywhere outside of the desk in front of them.  They literally have a hand near their pocket, as if that thing in their pocket will destory them if they don't assure it that they are right there when it needs them.

Look, I am very very far away from being anti-technology, I have an iphone, laptop, desktop, kindle, and droid and use them with reckless abandon.  I just think its sad people can't sit together at a table and talk anymore.  You want to see a grown adult have a toddler-esque meltdown? Hide their cell phone.  

Comment 23 May 2016

Cleveland Browns him Monday afternoon

At first I thought about criticising this typo, then I realized that Cleveland Browning somebody is most definitely a great way to describe what that team does to people.  This should be entered into Webster's dictionary.  Example: "You hear about John? The company Cleveland Browned him, now he's making twice his salary at his new company."