<---My so-called friend, C.P., sent me this cartoon, along with the message to "The minute I read this, I thought of you!" Grrrrr. Isn't he the SWEETEST?! I thought it was funny when I read it this morning.........AT WORK, C.P.! HA! That's right. I. AM. BACK.
I can't believe my boss is home from the hospital already. Boss Number One kept saying it was going to be four weeks, at best.
Damn. I wasted all that kvetching for nothing.
As I was driving to work this morning, I passed a Jeep someone had painted in camoflague. How stupid is that? Not like he's going to blend in with trees and brush in the middle of the highway. It's almost as weird as the person who has never even been in the service and yet they feel compelled to walk around in camoflague pants. What gives, Wannabe?
Wow. That Yaz commercial gets more annoying every time they redo it. Now the chick walks in, sits down and begins a dissertation on her the history of menstrual symptoms. Apparently she's never heard the phrase, "too much information." I don't care if she has PMS, PMDD, or PB&J.
And what's with the "doctor dramatization" caption under the chick when she says she "didn't go to medical school for nothing"?
What's next? A "Gecko dramatization" caption under the talking Gecko on the GEICO ads? An "Aunt Jemima dramatization" label under Aunt Jemima?
Is the public so incredibly stupid that they're going to confuse an ACTRESS with a doctor? I blame Jarvik and his damn Lipitor commercial for this!
Of course, in the case of Dr. Jarvik, we MIGHT be tipped off by the fact that he begins the commercial by saying, "I'm Dr. Robert Jarvik, inventor of the artificial heart." Or IS he?