When signing up for a sports league, any time of the year, you are usually aware of what you signed up for. That being either being recreational or competitive. Those who sign up for recreational are there to have fun. They don’t care who really wins as long as they have a good time. For those who like the challenge and drive to win. Maybe a competitive league is more for you. These leagues are for people who are not there just to have fun. Fun is winning and working hard for it. That’s what drives you. Its rare, but there are times were you join a recreational league and there is a group of people who decide to make it more competitive.
I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but it’s starting to feel a little more like spring here. This is a great thing. After 7 months of heavy coats, boots destroyed by salt and slush, fingers and toes frozen at the bus stop – the baby rays of sunshine starting to peek through the gray April clouds is the most divine blessing this year has bestowed upon us.
The confusion and familiarity of the above title’s sentence is my topic of the day: genuine communication. It’s lost. OK, not lost; I will proudly say that I’m doing my best to carry its torch, as are a few others.
If you were able to read my post about the end of the digital disc. Well this new post will fit right in. Lets go back in time where a video rental store was at ever corner in your neighborhood. It used to be almost like a weekend tradition to sit at home and watch a movie. But instead of going to the local mall and paying full price for a movie. You could just quickly select a movie from the video store and leave.
This post isn’t going to be very long. Or maybe it will one never knows how these things will go.
In any case, I decided to share some of my pet peeves with you. I, personally, love hearing what irritates people (mostly so I can avoid doing it and remain on the person’s good side) but also because I think it’s interesting.