(Jerry Falwell Jr. believes his students should carry guns.)
Yesterday, I went with my friends for shabu-shabu. It's a delicious Japanese meal which features razor-thin beef boiled along with a variety of vegetables. Both the conversation and the feast made me quite joyful. I enjoy shooting the shit with my buddies. I washed the vittles down with several glasses of Pepsi. A good time was had by all.
I watched the latest episode of The Ultimate Fighter. It's the most compelling show on television. Marcin the Polish Zombie eked out a victory against Swedish David. Meanwhile, Juicy J advanced by outpointing his Spanish opponent Abner over three rounds. I can't wait for next week. I firmly believe that Jose Aldo will rip Connor McGregor a new asshole. But what do I know?
I paid homage to the Christ God. I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees. No big surprise. I'm not some dirty misanthrope. I love my fellow man. I asked Jesus for the gift of patience. The Dragon Lady is suffering from Graves' Disease. Translation? Hyperthyroidism. She's swimming in hormones. However, her medication appears to be working. Her anger quickly comes and goes these days. The Savior has worked another miracle in my life. Amen.
I went to bed at 10 p.m. I didn't dream. I woke up at 8 a.m. and turned on CNN. I like the network better and better each day. Jerry Falwell Jr. is the president of Liberty University. He believes that his students should arm themselves for protection against the Islamic horde. I couldn't agree more. If I lived in America, I would certainly apply for a conceal-carry permit. That way I could blow Ahmed a new asshole if push came to shove.
I read the paper later in the day. Koreans are eating more and more bread. In fact, bread is outselling rice at all the Emart supermarkets. This news floors me. Dietary patterns are certainly changing on the peninsula. I'm quite disappointed. Soon all the hot skinny Asian girls will turn into plump American fatties. Oh well. What's a boy to do?
Anyway, it's time for the song du jour. Here's Give a Little Bit by Roger Hodgson. God bless.