2010 is done already? That was it?

I’ve decided that my jar of heart collecting should by now be absolutely empty, much to Christina Perri’s pleasure I am certain. Any karmatic balances this world holds should well be balanced for me by now from any previous actions I’ve taken in the past. For the rest of you, I apologize for any inflictions I have created. Let there be justice, please. I’ve paid my dues.

To ensure that I have a better “new year”, I’m going with the culmination of my original thought process enforced by a friend’s methodology, and cutting ties. Possibly a lot of ties. More importantly those that are poisonous to me, useless in nature, or are self-inflicting painful. Starting will be the removal of a few connections on Facebook, or the entire removal of my profile. Who knows. I may quietly flip a coin somewhere off into the distance.

I can on one hand count the number of people, not related to me, that I consider myself thankful for interacting with this year; whether I knew you previously or we met through some cosmic force during the course of this past year. This is not a prosperous message to state, obviously, yet the fact still remains.

Where do I journey on from here? While I am still working through that, both in the mental and the physical sense, I realize that time will unfold everything, when it’s good and ready. I’ll take yet another page from Kid Cudi, as I did last year:

Away very far away
To another universe where all people say
It’s a new new place for the special to embrace
Like a martian you seein’ it
Wandered out the place
Take what you need from the valley of the hopeful
Even if you dry you’ll be floatin’ high above it
You can say Bye Bye Bye
Sky might be fallin’ but remember you can fly high

Funny how little things can change. Or to quote one of my favorite personalities, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson, my New Years resolution is to remember last year resolution and finish that one first.

Good night everyone. Be safe.

Favre to be fined without suspension for text messages

It has been awhile since I have written about Brett Favre, save for the record-ending hit a few weeks back. Remember that texting issue with him sending nudie photos to a NY Jets reporter Jenn Sterger several years back? Well, we have a resolution. Get this:

Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to fine Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre for sending suggestive text messages in 2008 to a female New York Jets employee, without suspending the three-time National Football League most valuable player.

So, you suspend Big Ben Roesthlisberger for 4 weeks, and only give Favre a fine of no more than $50,000? Yeah, okay.

FOX News slanders Michael Vick

This once again affirms that FOX News is completely slanted on their views and are not a reliable open source of news from every view point. Michael Vick probably eliminated any chance of winning the MVP with his performance against the Vikings last night as well as the first three quarters against the Giants last weekend, but his redemption story has been popular with some, including president Barack Obama.

But not everyone has gotten over the crimes for which Vick spent 19 months in prison. Tucker Carlson, on FOX News Tuesday at the same time Vick was playing the Vikings, said he thinks Vick should have been executed for his abuse of animals. “I’m a Christian, I’ve made mistakes myself, I believe fervently in second chances,” Carlson said. “But Michael Vick killed dogs, and he did in a heartless and cruel way. And I think, personally, he should’ve been executed for that. He wasn’t, but the idea that the President of the United States would be getting behind someone who murdered dogs? Kind of beyond the pale.

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