Amazon had five recommended products for me, of which two were compact discs. These compact discs were:
Dear Amazon Recommendation Engine: When I said that I felt pop culture was pushing me away, I meant that metaphorically.
But I do like me some Pablo Francisco.
I'm so glad that the world has finally discovered this Peyton Manning fellow. Maybe he'll get some endorsement deals now! Young talent gotta start somewhere.
The Super Bowl postgame show was like those four meatheads who stand behind you at a rock show and desperately try to converse more loudly than the thrash solo. You know, the kind who deserve four Pablo Francisco knees to the groin. And as best as I can tell, this is the transcript of Shannon Sharpe's game analysis:
"A bedest by da Colse, a den da Bears dry duh get da rubbin game goin, but bu couldin bast dat Colse debense."
And amid the standard anthropomorphic animals, anthropomorphic animals, anthropomorphic Bud Lite drinkers, was the ad of the year, for SalesGenie.com.
(Above: Office slut.)
Pierce blows her off, then invites a harried co-worker to ditch work for some afternoon golf, then gets some praise from the Bossman. But what happens next is really special: Motley, a pitiful non-closing loser asks Pierce how he booked $3 million in sales so fast without working hard. Pierce replies:
"Motley, only fools work hard."
This ad is for all the schnooks driving their pathetic Corollas and busting their butts only not to close the deal. Break the cycle, you dumb sap. SalesGenie.com.
We've had a lot of fun today. If you'd like to learn more about how to get ahead in life by not working hard, check this slideshow from eWeek: How to Idle Your Way to the Top.