Me: I'll have the food ready and we can start eating at 6:00.
Mr. Picklebottom: Do you know who's playing?
Me: No, but I think Beth knows. There was some kind of voting graph with footballs at her school when I picked her up Friday. [calling] Beth!
Me: What teams are playing tonight?
Beth: I don't know.
Me: Didn't you vote on who you thought would win at school?
Beth: Oh, yeah!
Me: So who's playing?
Beth: The silver helmets and the blue helmets.
Me: Oh. Well, which one did you vote for?
Beth: The silver helmets.
Me (to Mr. Picklebottom): Well, there you go. Silver helmets versus blue helmets.
So obviously not a terribly important event at our house. Except I made a chocolate gooey butter cake (which I THINK I found via All & Sundry, but I can't find it now), and OH MY GOTT IN HIMMEL! It was AMAZING!
Anyway, a MUCH MORE IMPORTANT development in my life was brought to my attention by Tessie (HA!! Google Blogger, you CANNOT keep us apart!!!), and that development is that a decision has been made by some INCREDIBLY STUPID and IGNORANT and HEAD-UP-THEIR-ASSES, and did I mention STUPID?, BUTTHEADS at NBC to cancel Journeyman, probably the best new television series this season.
So Tessie and I discussed this (telepathically, yes, because THAT [holding up two fingers side by side] is how tight we are Blogger, so THERE) and decided that WE MUST DO SOMETHING! But then reality reminded us that WE ARE LAZY. So then we came up with the BRILLIANT idea that OTHER PEOPLE should DO SOMETHING!! You, my friends, are other people. And at first we were going to dump all responsibility for doing something in your laps. But then Google redeemed itself (slightly) and presented me with a site called Save Journeyman. These folks are ALSO other people. Other people who ARE NOT as lazy as we are. And they are DOING SOMETHING!!! They are doing a Rice-a-Roni mailing campaign. I urge you to join in. Apparently, it was mailing nuts that saved the show Jericho, which I never watched and so don't care about except as it pertains to mailing food items to save a television show. There's even a place where you can just donate and SOMEONE ELSE will buy and mail the Rice-a-Roni for you. It just doesn't get any easier.
So PLEASE, PLEASE go forth and save this show. If not for yourself and the chance to watch (if you haven't seen the show) or continue to watch (if you have) intelligent and intriguing programming, then for Tessie and myself and OUR viewing pleasure. Because we deserve it. And so do you.