Happy Singles Awareness Day

Happy Singles Awareness Day

Happy Singles Awareness Day

I bought myself a box of chocolates this year. ๐Ÿ™‚

I don’t understand why people are so down on Valentine’s Day (although it does come with some great jokes). It’s the corniest holiday of the year; buy some heart shaped sticker and head out into the world toย annoy people make some new friends.

Colbert Nation

Goodbye Colbert Nation

Colbert Nation

I could cry, I don’t think I’ve ever been sadder about a show ending than The Colbert Report. A truly epic last episode though; talk about an all star cast! Also for those of you who haven’t been watching, you’ve been missing out. If you thought Stephen Colbert was outgoing before, picture that plus a guy who just put in his two weeks because he got a better job. Yeah, it’s been pretty crazy, but it couldn’t have been a better end to a show I’ve rarely missed over the past 9 years. At least Jon Stewart doesn’t appear to be going anywhere. ๐Ÿ™‚

No worries though, the Colbert Nation will live on in my gut, and will forever be remembered.

It will be strange to see another show on after The Daily Show. It’s to bad John Oliver has his show on HBO, because I’m sure he would have gotten the spot. I do like the new Nightly Show name, I just hope Larry Wilmore is up for it. I still remember ten some odd years ago when I was thinking that Colbert would probably take Jon Stewart’s job when he left. Now here I am talking about who will replace Stephen Colbert for the time slot after Jon Stewart.

Blackout Wednesday

Happy Blackout Wednesday

Blackout Wednesday

Blackout Wednesday or “Drinksgiving” is the night before the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, which is always a Thursday. It is associated with binge drinking since very few people have work on Thanksgiving, and most university students are home to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with their families.[1] The name refers to “blacking out”, memory loss due to excessive alcohol intoxication. In the suburbs of Chicago in particular, Blackout Wednesday is sometimes a more popular partying night than even New Year’s Eve or Saint Patrick’s Day.[1] Reportedly the term was coined by college students at a famous west suburban Winfield bar, John’s Buffett, in the mid-1970s.

via Wikipedia