It has been roughly two weeks with out sports. Yeah, you thought it would be fun to go back and see a bunch of classic games now. That got old real quick, didn’t it?
So now your are sitting in your basement. You are drinking a 4 year old bottle of some type of burgundy liquor that was sitting in the back of the liquor cabinet. It tastes like turpentine and fruit punch jello. That showing of the 1998 Kansas State game is no longer sustaining your interest. You are in a funk. Reliving the past is never a good idea. Especially if you or your team has already peaked.
There’s nothing on Netflix other than some show about tigers. Hulu is still trying to be relevant with little to no success. What’s a sling you say?
None of this matters.
Get up and go outside as much as possible.
Also, read today’s flakes.
Finally, take a shower.
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