Disclaimer: this post will rot your brain. πŸ₯΄

I went to twitter to poison my brain with stupidity to keep myself from bugging people or writing stupid shit no one wants to read. Thought I’d share with you. I’m nice like that.

You’re welcome. πŸ˜›

Sorry not sorry. πŸ™ƒ

Now, before you chastise me for wasting a perfectly good day, I did work today. On my Patreon. On my content. On my header. On my webinar notes. And I booked a hair cut at the salon on Friday to get rid of my covid hair. Ha. (Not all of it. I like my length, but I do need a trim and style. It’s been 8 months since I got a proper hair cut.)

But my brain is fried now. I’m tired. Losing focus. And the stupidity of the internet keeps creeping into my day…

It’s almost November – how much worse can it get with just a couple of months left in this year? I mean, other than the fact that there will be a time change this weekend. Usually people like the fall time change as they get an additional hour, but do you really need another extra hour in this godforsaken year?

I guess so. Last I heard the time change was not canceled. What will you do with your hour?

I haven’t decided yet. Maybe I’ll remember to let you know.

Anyway here is some of the stupidity I saw on social media. I thought some of it was funny. πŸ˜‚

Like the clever use of language here by the lovely people of some St’ Peter’s church somewhere (sorry, no clue where this is from).

The it’s 5 o’clock somewhere thing has never mattered more (less?) than it does (did?) in 2020. 🍺🍷🍾🍹🍻🍸πŸ₯‚πŸ₯ƒ

Here’s a thing about science and scientists. I mean, I like science and I approve of scientific fact but seriously, people, now is not the time to go defrost prehistoric anything. I mean, what if they launch a new virus?

I give up. Only 65 more days to get through 2020. Although, come to think it, the date the majority of the world is obsessing over is not December 31, 2020, but November 3, 2020.

Perhaps it will be best to stay far away from the internet on that day (as if). πŸ™„

I don’t know how many of you have heard or seen some drama from the Kardashians lately. Even if you don’t follow them (I don’t), people retweet them and often as memes, and if they haven’t blown up the internet yet…November 3 will be the real test.

Anyway, I digress. I’ll be sitting in my little Canadian πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ corner of the world trying to put one foot in front of the other the way I do every day.

Happy whatever day today is.

26 Replies to “Stupidity”

  1. I am curious why you are so interested in American elections. I barely or most likely a) don’t know Canadian election times. Are you a) secretly envious of Americans b) going to run away to America? By the way, when is Canadian elections? Isn’t it all about that funny guy?

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    1. We live very close to the border, a couple hours drive away. Most of our festivals are heavily attended by Americans. Many/most people I know vacation regularly in the States, particularly in Florida. We have American friends, both IRL and virtually via the blog.

      Canada’s trade routes and supply chain go through America, we share economic similarities, cultural similarities and we are neighbours.

      You’re right though, most Americans don’t know much about Canadian politics, and that’s alright. But Trump is a very visible entity across the globe now, and of course many people are interested in the outcome of your election.

      Whatever outcome happens it will impact the Canadian economy and the social/cultural dynamic here. It has some people worried, and most people have at least a passing interest in American politics for those, and other, reasons.

      That’s why. πŸ˜‰πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

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      1. Yeah, don’t forget about all the medical tourists from America. There’s a steady flow of those on both the north and southern borders of the U.S. for all kinds of procedures and pharmaceuticals.

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    2. Btw I’m surprised of the secretly envious question. I am not envious at all, but I do love travel in the USA. I love the people, the hospitality, the landscape, the scenery, the food… I’ve been to so many places and can’t think of a negative experience while there, both for business or pleasure reasons.

      I have no intention of ever giving up my Canadian citizenship, my health care or anything else. And I love that we have a convenient border to cross so close by (but not now with covid obviously). As far as I know borders are still supposed to be closed in both directions.


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  2. I thought of you today, because I have not written a word because I started a new job. And I thought, “Oh, I have to check in with her!” anyway…I am glad to see you’re still here, regardless of what you’re writing! I need to get on it…hah.

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