Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Super Tuesday

In case you missed it because you're not a fan of football, funny commercials, junk food, The Who, exciting moments, being around other people, or Kim Kardashian, the Super Bowl was this Sunday. Interestingly, the NFC won the coin toss for the thirteenth year in a row. Less interestingly, the team I was pulling for lost for the third year in a row. Further proof that the age old axiom "Never bet against Peyton Manning" should only apply during the regular season.

Okay, enough talk of football for now. My readers who aren't interested have been subjected to enough conversation about it over the last few weeks. Besides, I've written about football before. That, and the season is over, and talking about it too much might make me cry. I'm a very emotional man.

So what is this post going to be about? Truth be told, I have absolutely no idea. I just noticed that I have a little time right now, and since I really have no idea when that will happen again, I figured I'd write something.

Okay, I can't really think of anything off the top of my head, and my list of potential topics isn't on this computer, so this is going to be short.

Just over a week ago, I learned that how you dress is important. Now, I'm not talking about looking nice for an interview or anything like that; I think people, in general, already know that. What am I talking about? Let me put it like this: they say that you should dress for the job you want, but you need to keep in mind that the opposite is true too. For example, if you're going to the Met, don't wear a suit if there's any chance that you will be standing by a wall waiting for your date to use the restroom. If this happens, you will be asked where the Egyptian collection is, and people will think you are a complete fool who is terrible at your job if you don't know. Along similar lines, if you want to just wander around a Best Buy without being bothered, don't wear a blue polo and khakis.

Okay, I guess that's all I've got for today. Savor it, though, as posts over the next couple months will probably be few and far between. Fair warning.