A recent story mentions that 44% of Twitter users have never sent a Tweet. Andy wonders a little differently, namely if you ever set up a Twitter account and never did anything with it at all.
APPLE ANNOUNCES AN iPHONE WITH A LARGER SCREEN!!!!! Okay, maybe not, but probably. Andy is thinking of heading to REI to buy a tent and outdoor supplies to get in line for the new iPhone, but will probably be too lazy to be that committed. Instead he’ll just wait to order it when the new phones go on sale. He wonders if you might be getting a new iPhone, too.
The 80 degree weather in Chicago might finally mean Winter is over, but it also means that thunderstorms are coming, and Andy’s dog, Milo, doesn’t really care for them. Andy knows how how Milo reacts to the “Angels bowling,” but he does wonder about your pooch.
Andy saw a bumper sticker that read “No! I don’t want to play the flute!” It took him a few minutes to realize what the person was probably trying to convey, but more than that he wondered about people having bumper stickers on their cars.
Andy is happy that winter is breaking in Chicago, especially as the “cool” cars start to hit the road again. It seems that the “cool” trucks are hitting the roads as well, as he saw his first 18-wheeler with Sprewells on it.
Andy liked “Everyday,” but gives his proverbial warning that this is an artsy-kind of film, meaning that even though he gives it a high rating, it isn’t for everyone.
There’s a new CD by Michael Stanley called “The Job” out, but sadly it doesn’t look like Andy will be listening to it anytime soon because he doesn’t want to wait for a disc to arrive in the mail. He wants to listen now, but it’s not on iTunes yet.
Brad Paisley has a song called “I’m Just a Guy” where he reflects on dudes getting facials and generally getting neutered, while Andy saw a sign at a men’s haircut place advertising waxing and pedicures. While Brad has his thoughts about a gun in his truck, Andy ponders the barber shop.
Somehow Andy’s wondering about yelling at the TV during sporting events, spurred by his NCAA bracket being busted by Louisville losing to Kentucky, turned into delusion with dreams of a Chicago Bears/Cleveland Browns Super Bowl. At least his wife won’t have to worry about him yelling at the TV for a while, unless the Blackhawks or Bulls somehow get far in the playoffs.
A news report about the Chicago White Sox Opening Day festivities had the proverbial police officer warning that they would be on the lookout mostly for drunks, people getting drunk, and general mayhem. Also, if you’re planning on heading to the game to do something you’re not supposed to do, you better be careful because they are watching for you people, too. Andy wonders about you people, going somewhere to do something you’re not supposed to do.