It’s Groundhog Day! Were you rooting for an early spring or six more weeks of winter? Read More Lunchtime Poll: Groundhog Day
Sleep. It’s awesome, and is especially adorable when baby animals do it. Like so. Read More Gif it to Me, Baby: Sleepytime
Happy Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, so it looks like we’re in for six more weeks of winter. Sigh. I’m not sure how exactly a groundhog becomes a meteorologist, but it’s a fun tradition.
Ned?! Ned Ryerson?! Iiiit’s Groundhog Day!
In the spirit of the day (well, the movie, which is superior to the day) today’s poll is: If you could pick one day to live over and over, theoretically the best day of your life, would you do it? If your answer is yes, you can tell us about the day if you want.
My answer is probably no, not if I was going to be aware that I was reliving it because I think it would get boring. Variety being the spice of life and all that. Most good experiences is usually good because it signifies the beginning of something, i.e. getting a great promotion at work. So I wouldn’t want to experience one good event without being able to experience everything that was going to come after.
What about you, Peresphoneers?
Oh, and watch out for that first step, it’s a doozy!
As this week wraps up, let’s take a look back at what’s happened and make a few educated (entirely speculative) guesses about the future. But first, do you ever feel like you’re on a carousel and keep passing the same waving parent, or it’s Groundhog Day and you keep eating the same diner breakfast, or you fell in a black hole and now every day is the worst day ever? You’re not alone–millions of people feel this way, and it’s because our government keeps debating the same issues, over and over, ad nauseam, and true change has gone the way of the 8-track and typewriter. Read More Political Round-up: Republican Grinches, Trillion Dollar Bills, & First Responders