I came across a ridiculous question on the Internet that I’ll run by you in a moment. First though, let’s review last week’s question; have you kept your resolutions.
I mentioned that I don’t like resolutions and claim to not make them, except that I do. I’ll call them non-resolutions because I’m a weirdo. Perhaps I’m just setting myself up for non-failure?
Anyway, my non-resolution is to get by butt (and the rest of my carcass) in better shape through P90x. It’s been a bumpy ride, filled with many near-puking incidents and sore muscles. However, I have no intention of giving up. More on that in another post.
My buddy Kyle over at Kythesis is a biking, mad scientist. Kyle, let me know if you want to hit Kettle Morraine in July. It is in your backyard and really awesome:
I’m also considering joining my friends mountain biking this year, and I’d like to get back to studying physics and mathematics – see if I can remember any quantum mechanics and dirac notation mathematics,
My twisted mind read Lady FruFru’s resolution as panty raid. I was confused until I read it again:
So far, I’m on track with my resolutions, both financial and personal. (I am very type A). One of my goals is doing a different challenge on the blog each month. Last month’s was a Pantry Raid, and February’s is to dump 100 things. (Gotten rid of 13 so far–I have a ways to go by month’s end.)
I’m in awe of Scott’s determination and consistency:
I’m on week 2/block 2 of P90X3 and missed 0 workouts so that’s one resolution/goal kept.
Ms. 2016’s resolution is to start a blog and it looks like she’s off to a good start. Welcome to the blogosphere! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do:
I didn’t make a resolution until January 30th when I came up with the idea for my blog. My goal is to eliminate 2,016 items from my life during the year 2016 and publish it for the world to see on my blog. I’m at 224 and counting!
Good luck to all of you keeping your resolutions. On to this week’s riveting question.
I saw this while wasting time on facebook the other day:
My first thought was that this is quite possibly the dumbest question ever asked. Hell yeah I’d do it! If I can bring a load of books, a spiral notebook for writing and a couple changes of underwear, I’d be in heaven.
Hell, forget all of that stuff! I’d sit around and watch the trees all month in the same underwear for $100,000.
I have a feeling that most of you are like me (except maybe that you’d require more underwear), so you most likely share my enthusiasm.
Would anyone not do this?
This question is either just dumb click-bait or sad commentary on society that questions like this are even asked.
Then, I started thinking about it a little more. I’d have food and water, but the challenge said nothing about a potty. Hmmmmm. From the look of the place, I’m pretty sure it doesn’t have a toilet or sewer line going through that rock.
So, how would I relieve myself? Do I cut loose in the water? That wouldn’t be good. I may harm the water supply and besides, my butt would get cold.
What if I fell into the water squatting over the edge? I could hit my head on the rock and drown, all with my pants around my ankles. Yikes. I feel bad for the folks who found my body.
I don’t care though. I’ll figure out something. For $100,000, I’m in! Hell, I’d probably do it for free. A month of peace would be priceless.
So, would anyone NOT to this? If not, are you insane? Am I missing something besides the potty problems?
I’m off to work on my porta-potty.
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