|Do you see what I'm saying?|
The whole Asia/Europe?Africa
area is just a big cluster-f#$k
People in Europe teach that there are only 6 continents; that North and South America are really one land mass. Is that so Europe? Aren't you completely attached to Asia? And, PS, ever hear of the Panama Canal? North and South ARE actually two separate land masses now. Further, I am not 100% convinced that Africa isn't also attached in a few places to Europe and Asia.
Who even came up with what was a continent and what wasn't? Australia is a continent but Greenland isn't? They seem to be pretty close in size and are both big separate land masses. All of this is troubling to me because it's like somebody did a sloppy job mapping out and naming crap and we're all just sticking with it for no particular reason. Probably the same reason we never were able to get on board with using the metric system.
I made a little note to mention something about sandwiches. Obviously, I didn't write enough down, because I can't remember at all what my sandwich issue was, but I am sure it was something pressing and needing of our attention. Trust me, you will be the first ones to know when I think of it. Honestly though, I really can't imagine what about sandwiches I could have found troubling.
|"creepy" and "ew" are |
the only two things
I can say here.
|Unless there is|
$38,900 inside the bag
it's not worth 39k.
I would like to discuss the headband situation in women's soccer. Not sweatbands, that while ugly are useful, I mean the thin elastic headbands most girls wear to hold back hair that might fall out of their pony tails. I was watching United States play Japan and was extremely troubled by the wealth of these headbands over the women's hair. Mostly women with short hair, using the headbands to hold the front of their sweaty hair against their face and forehead. I don't understand at all. It looked stupid and what is the point of it??
|Look closely, you can see |
the top of SB's head
and one of her sneaks.
Currently, there is nothing else worrying me or bothering me. Well, except now I still can't remember what bothered me about sandwiches, so that's kind of weighing on me. The End.