I’ve fallen down the rabbit-hole; I’ve not had time (again!) to properly blog. I worry when I am away from blog-land all sorts of significant events happen of which I will discover long after the fact. The irony! I am usually always on time for everything. I suppose someone has to be at the end of the conga line of congratulations or condolences. I only wish it wasn’t always I who acts as caboose to the comments.
When I have a time to write a proper entry (probably Sunday) I will tell you all the dirt and updates*. Meanwhile, here is a ‘back up’ entry:
Dante writes in his Inferno hell has levels, like Dungeons & Dragons. I like the concept. I fond of the expression ‘There is a special place in hell for…” for people who are particularly rebarbative or nefarious.
Here’s my choice list; Spo-fans are welcome in the comment section to nominate their own special somebodies.
Special place in hell for:
Whoever invented strip malls
People who throw cigarette butts out or the car, especially in AZ with our drought.
Folks on cellphones going through a grocery checkout, making no conversation with the check-out person, and generally slowing things down as they are not focused.
Her sister: she gets to the end and says ‘Oh! One more thing” and runs away to find something way in the back of the store.
Whoever invented Black Friday sales
Telemarketers who call at supper time.
Whoever thought “anonymous comments” was a good idea.
Speed-bumpkins viz. people who exit the theatre only to stop right outside the door to gab, making the exit impassable.
Radio programmes who play “Don’t Stop Believing” every two-three hours.
Opera directors who think avant-garde settings are cool and clever (or who don’t drag Don Giovanni down to hell properly).
Whoever canceled “Star Trek the Next Generation”.
Most Fox News commentators.
The woman in front of me in the airport security line who is shocked and argumentative she has to remove her ponderous amounts of metallic jewelry.
and a special place in hell for:
Whoever invented auto-attendent phone system.
* Actually not much.