There is a special song by Soundgarden called “The Day I Tried To Live”. This particular song that was born from the Grunge scene of Seattle lifted me up from depression back in the late 2000s. The simple message of the song and how life can be a drag made me realize that one must move on and keep going. No matter at what cost, your soul has to keep going and try to live one day at a time.
She had a knife in her right hand with a kitchen hand towel over her left shoulder. Laura wanted to look like she was cutting vegetables. Actually, she was cutting vegetables. Laura was getting the salad ready for dinner.
What if the end of the world that was supposed to come in December of 2012 just like the Mayan calendar predicted was altered? What if that scheduled apocalypse never happened because some time traveler, from the future, obviously, came back to, let’s say 2010, and changed the course of what should have been in 2012?
Yes, only in Ameria can an athlete or team cheat and win a championship. The message that is sold to our youth is that cheaters will get fined and suspended, but cheating still counts when winning the whole thing. This is wrong at so many levels! American leagues should start punishing athletes and teams that get caught cheating with the ultimate punishment. That ultimate punishment should be to strip all of their trophies away. Does it happen? Nope! Only measly fines and weak suspension get handed out.