Happy Wednesday, Spursland! Let us step back from sports for just a moment and bathe in the realization that someone put a cooking competition on television called Master Chef Junior, featuring little children cooking with hot surfaces and god damn knives and apparently people were surprised when one of these kids cut the shit (keeping it PG gang) out of themselves.
It's about seeing the forrest from the trees folks.
And now the "news"
It's always the sign that the hype train has reached its peak when the England manager, always the last to know, the caboose of the hype train, weighs in on you.
This means nothing and I will sleep clutching a carton of eggs for the rest of this transfer window (don't question my families long-held country superstitions!) in order to ward off the bad feelings. Lots of clubs issue public denials as part of playing hard ball in negotiations, but this is a bit short and harsh of a dismissal so maybe it's on the up and up.
Because it's your job, shut up and do it. Ever since humans figured out you could use a lever as opposed to thousands of other humans to lift things machines have been taking over more and more human work. Example" the entire Industrial Revolution right up to the 1970s and 80s, when all of a sudden we didn't need Jimmy McNulty's dad down at the Old Line Steele plant. This leaves less and less jobs for humans to do the producing of the stuff. That means we need to create more jobs that are just people servicing the "make stuff people" who more and more are just the fat cats who own major stock in Viacom and G.E. This is what our society continues to move towards. So if you are born with enough talent to play a god damn game for a pay check, shelve your dislike for your bosses particular sentence structure or whatever it is that makes you cringe when he talks, suck it up and go earn your wage.
In news that will surprise nobody, Ryan Rosenblatt wrote this. I am coming to the belief that Me and Ryan disagree on so many things and have such strongly differing opinions that if we ever met we would like each other so much it could do permanent damage to our relationships with our ladies. (Ed. Note: Salmon isn't good-looking enough for me)
Guess who authored this post ...