If money were out of the equation, would you still work? If yes, why, and how much? If not, what would you do with your free time?
I’ve wondered for most of my life why this is even a question. If I won the lottery would I continue to work. Are you out of your fucking mind? Hell no I wouldn’t continue to work.
Many years ago before bills were a big thing, people had to work to eat. Whether they had a farm or whatever, every day was spent working so that they could live and eat and exist. Maybe they were feeding animals or cleaning up their property or fixing their house cause it was made out of sticks.
But today we work because society says we have to. Otherwise you don’t live. You could go live in the woods like Mick Dodge, or you can have internet and Fritos. What’s it going to be? If you decided you don’t want to live in the woods and not under a bridge, you have to have money, and in order to do that you have to work.
Well, if I HAD MONEY, I wouldn’t need to fucking work, would I? No. And I wouldn’t either. I’d work at never fucking working again.
If you could create a sequel to one favorite (standalone) movie, which would it be? How would it build on the original?
I’ve thought, for a very long time, about my favorite movie and how I would have loved for a sequel to come out for it. But, I’ve always wondered, what exactly the sequel would entail. Because at the end of the original, it’s over. Sure there’s a story after it, but it’s not movie worthy, and my favorite movie was a great movie. Its sequel would have to be great for it to work, or it wouldn’t, which is why I’m glad they never made one. BUT, if they could have…
I still really don’t know what the sequel would be about, and I still think about it every now and then. Especially after I watch the movie and the two main characters ride off in their respective sunsets. What happens then? Where are they going? What are they going to do? Personally, I’d love to see their stories following Flashback, but they wouldn’t be movie worthy.
If you haven’t seen Flashback, which I strongly suggest you do, there will be spoilers to it here.
Bacon and chocolate, caramel and cheddar… Is there an unorthodox food pairing you really enjoy? Share with us the weirdest combo you’re willing to admit that you like — and how you discovered it.
I really don’t like writing short blog posts. I feel it’s a waste of space. So I don’t know why I decided to answer this one, but I did, and here it is.
When I was a kid, and I’m positive it was during a meal of salisbury steak and cottage cheese, the beef gravy from the steak touched the cottage cheese, and I’ve been a fan of the pair ever since. No matter what gravy, no matter what sized curd of cottage cheese. I love gravy on my cottage cheese.
When was the last time you got lost? Was it an enjoyable experience, or a stressful one? Tell us all about it.
Sadly, I don’t get lost much. It’s sad, because I love getting lost. Only if I have enough gas.
Years ago, for fun, my friends and I would drive around all night long, trying to get lost. One friend and I drove around the area so much we swore we could draw a map of the county we live in just from memory. Great times.
We’d often go out before dark on a summer night and be out until 4 in the morning. Just driving. That’s back when gas didn’t cost so much. We loved discovering new places and seeing new things. Well, new to us.