The Dude on the Right is stuck where flashes of greatness for his football team were outweighing glimpses of suckiness, but that tide seams to be turning for his Chicago Bears and Cleveland Browns and now he fears the Bears/Browns game in December will just be another, meaningless football game. He does, however, wonder how your team is doing, and so he plights.
The Dude on the Right realized the title of the plight technically contains “the Major League Baseball baseball playoffs,” but much like ATM machine is “automated teller machine machine,” he doesn’t care. What he does care about is that the baseball playoffs, and upcoming World Series, of which he has no interest in, are interrupting his watching of “The X Factor” and complaining about Paulina Rubio and how she is ruining the show. It’s Daily Plight, and The Dude isn’t paying attention to baseball.
With his Halloween celebrating officially over as The Dude on the Right finished his last box of Count Chocula for the season, The Dude on the Right is a little sad. He’s also a little confused as to wondering how his preference in cereal preparation has changed as he used to be a fan of cereal you could eat if you didn’t have any teeth, and has instead switched to preferring crunchy goodness over soggy. He wonders, and so he plights, if you prefer the same.
The Dude on the Right received an email and has seen a lot of post-sharing on Facebook lately about how “Warren Buffet is asking each addressee to forward this email to a minimum of twenty people on their address list…”. He tends to do his due-diligence and has found out the truth about this urban legend, and although he’s getting tired of telling people the stuff they are sharing is wrong, now he is just wondering if people actually think Warren Buffet would send out a chain email. It’s his Daily Plight.
Back in true horror mode, “Curse of Chucky” returns the doll that just won’t die to horror greatness. Yes, we know the doll is evil. Yes, we know that it will go on a killing spree. Yes, we know that people are stupid in horror films. And yes, you might not believe it, but the movie is actually a good horror movie. The Dude on the Right gives his 4 out of 5 star review.
The Dude on the Right admits his admiration for girl pop music, and yes, even admits to liking some Miley Cyrus. Originally a fan of her song “Wrecking Ball” (not to be ever confused with the Bruce Springsteen song by the same name), he fears the song has now been ruined by his watching of the music video on Vevo, complete with Miley sticking out her tongue a lot and prancing around naked. He’s also concerned she may also ruin Saturday Night Live for him when she hosts and sings on it this weekend. His advice is really for Miley to stop sticking out her tongue, but in the process plights if a video has ruined a song for you.