Dilemma: Why Can't I Stop Seeing the Other Point of View?
I am about as liberal as one can get, but I can't keep myself from reading liberal tweets and thinking, "How would that sound coming from the other side?" Spoiler! It never sounds good. I am about as liberal as one can get, and I have to turn off the television when Debbie Wasserman Schultz comes on the air. Right now I am watching a HELPUNICEF.ORG commercial because I can't listen to her. Perhaps she's false flag propaganda. She's really a Tea Party plant to make Democrats look bad.
Dilemma: What to Watch Monday?
I'm betting the Cardinals don't clinch the Playoffs until the last swing on the last pitch in the bottom of the ninth in Game 7, and of course that means I have to pick between the debate and the Game. Why not just have a BNL concert in town on the same night, Universe?
Dilemma: What to Eat at the Broadway Oyster Bar During Vacation?
"There are risks associated with consuming raw oysters. If you have chronic illness of the liver, stomach or blood, or have immune disorders, you are at greater risk and should eat oysters fully cooked."
- Menu, Broadway Oyster Bar
How about if you have irritable bowels? What if you are old? I haven't had raw oysters since I was 21, when I was told they tasted like semen, and since I hadn't tasted semen myself I didn't know if that was true.
Now I am old, and I suspect I can't eat them. My yearly tests came back from the doctor, and while my white blood cells are normal, that's just because my neutrophils are 13 points high; doing the job for the lymphocytes (16 points low).
Oh! They have fried catfish. Problem solved.