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Friday, January 15, 2010

Fridays Final Thoughts



My Fridays Final Thoughts go a little something like this:

Why does my sweet little C3 find a need to pee on her bedroom floor when her room is right next to the bathroom?

T had the steal of the year yesterday at Sams Club when C2 found these new and in the box

2 VSmile Touch Screens which normally go for around $50-$60.  So C2 found these hidden under some stuff and T went and asked how much they were and she was told....drumroll.....$3.99....You read it correct.  What a steal. The kids really enjoy the VSmile and they use learning games and for $3.99, you can't beat that.

Why does the NFL, NBA, NCAA, MLB, NHL and many other sports employers feel the need to keep certain athletes on the payroll after they commit crimes.
1. Plaxico Burress-Shot himself in the leg at a nightclub-----STUPID
2. Gilbert Arenas-Brought guns into the locker room----STUPID
I could go on for ever, just 2 examples of people doing STUPID things.

Now for the Sports Portion of Fridays Final Thoughts:
1. Dallas will beat the Vikings forcing Farve to retire and then unretire in the same post game news conference
2. Colt smoke Baltimore
3. Arizona and ol man Kurt Warner outlast the Saints in the highest scoring game in NFL history
4. San Diego and Philip Rivers sneak by a good Jets Defense to move on.

Last Friday Final Thought, I will get a shit load of stuff done in the house that I have been putting off. The storage room and the playrooms downstairs.





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2 comments:

Tracy January 15, 2010 at 11:21 AM   Reply to

And the Cyber VSmiles also came with cases. I could not believe they were so cheap. Definelty the best deal I have gotten.

This Daddy January 15, 2010 at 11:32 AM   Reply to

You are awesome and C2 has your keen sense of a deal since he found them, his little gamedar (radar) was in full effect. My baby, reason # 276 why I love you

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