– I’ve been doing research for work in a divorce case and I am AMAZED by the legal “excuses” people can provide for requesting a divorce. Constructive abandonment involves “one spouse's refusal to engage in sexual relations with the other spouse continuously for one year or longer without consent, good cause or justification.”
What’s so “constructive” about this, other than the fact that this is the basis on which, as I understand it, most marriages are constructed? After years of pestering a man to marry her, breaking him down with love, revealing clothing and his own money, a woman has earned the right to gain weight and stop having sex. This isn’t a reason to get a divorce, this is a reason to go on a vacation.
– I really can’t figure out why when you buy a pair of men’s pants the back pockets are sewn shut. I have theories, like so shipping clerks can’t hide drugs in them, or so small creatures can’t burrow into them and make a home. But I don’t have any concrete answers. And I even did a Google search and came up empty. I just want the clothing companies to know, I’m not mad. You can tell me, I won’t be angry with you. I just want to know why.
– Last night I hung out with these two guys and found out one absolute truth: though all three of us will claim that we hold nothing back in out blogs, the funniest things are the ones you just can’t publish on the internet.
– The other day I was looking for some batteries for one of my 15 remote controls and came across my solar calculator. It hit me: You can buy one solar calculator that will last you your entire life. Why would you ever need to buy a new one? Math isn’t going to change. It’s always going to be plus, minus, percent, etc. And there is always going to be sunlight.
So this raises two questions for me: 1. At some point is the market for solar calculators going to dry up completely? And 2. Who is at the source of the conspiracy to prevent other household items (like a goddamn remote control, for example) from being solar powered? I’ll tell you who – the battery companies. The fucking battery companies.