Sunday, October 1, 2017

Eating and drinking in Shanghai

(NFL snowflakes are making me tired.)

Yesterday, I took my family to a restaurant for dinner. We had sweet and sour pork, and kung pow chicken. We also ate a big plate of fried rice and a bowl of shredded potatoes. The food was delicious. In Shanghai, you can get good meals at reasonable prices. I washed the vittles down with two big bottles of Tsingtao beer. A wonderful time was had by all.

We then went to a local coffee shop. Rice-Boy Larry enjoyed a mango smoothie while I sipped on a very strong Long Island Ice Tea. I'm not exactly sure what's in a Long Island Ice Tea, but it will tie a knot in your ass. Several of my co-workers were at the same establishment. They opted for the mint mojito.

I returned to my apartment and watched the game between the Packers and the Bears. Green Bay really kicked some bootie. They won by the final score of 35 to 14. Aaron Rogers is a great quarterback. With that said, he's also a liberal stooge. I'm getting tired of watching these pampered athletes making everything political. Don't get me wrong. They have a right to believe what they wish. But I might turn my attention to the college games. I need a snowflake break.

I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise. After all, I'm not some dirty pagan. Then I went to bed. The time was 2 a.m. when I finally crawled between the sheets. I dreamt about a porn star with blonde hair. She defecated in front of a large group of men. Her feces landed on a dinner plate.

I said, "What are you doing?"

She said, "First I shit, and then I fornicate. That's the way they like it."

I said, "Oh."

I woke up at eight a.m. and called Ken the Atheist using FaceTime. He's been volunteering at Habitat For Humanity in hopes of getting a paying gig. But the woman in charge of the center hasn't budged. She still wants more free labor. So Ken told her nicely to stick it up her ass. I don't blame him. Lincoln freed the slaves.

I drank a cup of instant coffee. Then I enjoyed a bathroom break while reading the news. A satanic church in Massachusetts wants to force Christian bakers to make cakes honoring the prince of darkness. What can I say? It's 2017. I don't even bat an eye at this crap anymore.

I pretty much took off the month of September when it came to blogging. Moving to a new city has been taxing. I find that I'm often exhausted. With that said, I like writing this garbage. So activity should pick up in the near future.

Anyway, God bless and see you soon.

8 comments:

  1. College = snowflake break? how does that work?

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    1. Hi Anonymous.

      The coaches keep those boys in line. You never see them making political statements.

      Cheers.

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  2. when you say the lords prayer on bended knee you are acting a defiance, like the football player. you should stand and put your hand on your heart, or you could salute. in the olden times the people would salute the flag and then march to turkey in order to overcome the infidels.

    also how come there are not enough american indians locking arms at the football arenas, because they need to let their voices ring on the topic of anthems.

    here's a couple of videos of football player's locking arms in solidarity about anthems.

    video one

    video two

    have good dreams.

    take the month of october off from the blogging.

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  3. An interesting article relating to your post:

    http://www.returnofkings.com/131089/men-who-are-still-watching-the-nfl-are-suckers

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    1. Hi Ted.

      I might turn to European football. The brain injuries are leaving me feeling a tad guilty.

      Cheers.

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  4. Mr Smith, I loved NFL football when I was growing up. It seems to me the league jumped the shark sometime around the turn of the century. The golden years of the 1970s and 80s are gone for good I fear. There is no more blood and grit, it's all glitter and glam. You're better off with college ball. The kids, at least, are hungry,

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    1. Hi Karl.

      Football is brutal. Aaron Hernandez had the brain of a man in his sixties. I might turn to European football.

      Cheers.

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