UofM lost to Wisconsin in a buzzer 3pt shot... they lost by one, and it was completely heartbreaking. (So I was told)
Today, I took my in-laws to the airport so that they could fly to St.Kitts and spend 11 days in the sunshine. I was so green with envy that I had a pickle-like complexion. They said they'd have some beers for me ... thanks guys.
I drove their monstrous truck there and back and felt so ridiculous. Trucks are not for me. I feel like such a goober and like everyone is looking at me wondering what I am compensating for... or why I feel it is ok to burn through fuel and take up the road like that... but I am sure I am just projecting. I drive a small SUV. So, I don't have much room to talk.
You know what else I did today, while I was working? I watched Food Inc. Again. I have a love/hate relationship with this movie (and other similar documentaries) because I love feeling informed but I hate it too... because ignorance is bliss right?
I totally completely utterly absolutely and wholeheartedly believe that you should check it out.
If you'd like to watch it you can watch it for free in Amazon.com if you sign up for the Amazon Prime free 30-day trial. That is what I did. You can also watch The Future of Food for free on hulu.com without signing up for anything. (I like Food Inc best, if you must choose)
I recommend watching them on a full stomach but before grocery shopping... because you may not want to eat anything you have in your pantry after watching. Just a warning.
I am not trying to push alarmist propaganda on you... I just wish for you to be informed, so that you can make informed decisions about the food you buy -- or so that you can challenge me. I love to argue. It is probably not a healthy thing to love... but neither is chocolate, and I do that too. Rebel.
Please watch Food Inc now, or over the weekend. I'd love to hear your thoughts.