I was reading something about content for blogs earlier this week or last, I can’t really remember. Something in that article was saying that it didn’t have to actually be a drawn-out, long-winded spiel every time you post. I’m good with that.
This was something I saw today on Facebook but it was on YouTube, too. I’ve always been a “Weird Al” Yankovic fan since I was a youngen that watched Night Tracks on TBS when I lived in WV because we didn’t have MTV. “Eat It” was the first song I heard from him. There’s no music in this video but it’s a hilarious real-life representation of what we all hear when watching sports press conferences. Stereotypical reporters asking stupid questions to the same coaches, players and officials; most of which are just looking for fodder for the brain dead. I love coaches conferences from the next day. They generally have time to gather their thoughts and formulate what they’re going to say and take a few breaths before firing off. These situations (depicted in this video) are hilarious and, at the same time, so sad.
Well done, Al. Well done! Hope you enjoyed that, Dear Reader, I may do more of these in the future.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Don’t want to argue, I don’t want to debate. Don’t want to hear about what kind of food you hate. You won’t get no dessert ’till you clean off your plate, so eat it. Don’t you tell me you’re full!” – “Eat It” by “Weird Al” Yankovic