Time to take a timeout from my normal tom foolery and acutally use this blog for the forces of good (that's one ONE day this blog has been relevant ah ah ah). Veteran's Day is one of the MOST important holiday's that we recognize here in the good ol' U.S.A. The sacrifice that the men and women who serve our country make is amazing, unbelieveable, and un-repayable. It's amazunbepayable if you will. We all only get one life and some of us (myself included) find it hard to sacrifice something as small as our time, meanwhile these men and women sacrifice their time with their husbands and wives, sacrifice being able to watch their kids grow up, and many have their heroic lives cut short in order to allow us to enjoy our freedoms. We get to watch Packer games, tailgate at Miller Park, write pointless blogs about bison pets, basically use our free time anyway we want because others are putting themselves in harm's way. It is inexcusable to not give them their proper respect. I will never understand people who don't support our military. Those people and Cubs fans. So be sure to show your appreciation for veterans in some way today, otherwise Hacksaw Jim Duggan here is coming for your ass! HOOOOOOOOOOOOOO U-S-A! U-S-A!
PS: Hacksaw Jim Duggan has got to be one of the most bizarre wrestlers of all time. And that's saying something. Like there have been Voodoo witch doctor wrestlers, wrestlers that imitated roosters, and transvestite cross dressing wrestlers. But to me Hacksaw here takes the cake. Like nothing about him makes sense. Dude carries a 2X4, an American flag, and gives everyone a thumbs up. Can anyone explain that? I've got a better shot at writing my next blog in binary code than figuring out what this guy is supposed to be. I know you're hiding something Hacksaw, I just don't know what (read: I googled 'what is Hacksaw Jim Duggan supposed to be, got nothing and gave up). Give me transvestite cross dresser every day of the week. At least I know what he/she is.
Double PS: Prepare to cry (same thing I told my parent's when they asked me if I was moving back home after college graduation):