“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pats and the Playoffs
Another year, another season of football is over, and another year of The Patriots are going to the Super Bowl.
I get it. They’re a great team with one of the greatest QBs of all time and a coach that is REALLY good at cheating. (I’m only partially kidding at that last part).
According to Wikipedia, The Pats have the most Super Bowl appearance and (at this point) we really all should just be referring to the annual event as “New England vs. whatever other team happened to well that year.”
So, this year New Englanders will root for the Pats, and literally everyone else with root for the Rams, largely because they simply aren’t the New England Patriots.
The good news is their game against the Chiefs was pretty riveting (as was the Saints vs. Rams game). Here were the highlights.
Virtually all of us have been subjected to stupid texts and/or messages.
Usually, it’s an unsolicited dick pic, a sexually suggestive text, or – the worst in my opinion – a barrage of unrelenting texts that are either needy or borderline abusive.
For some unfathomable reason, we can do just about everything else from our cell phones except one of the few things we ACTUALLY need: the ability to block text messages. As a result, we’ve had to come up with creative ways to shut down an annoying text session.
These people gave the most eloquent and savvy clap-backs to unsolicited content and you may want to take notes from their handbook next time you have to shoot down unwanted advances.
Deal or No Deal Cold Open – SNL
Steve Harvey (Kenan Thompson) hosts a special Deal or No Deal where President Trump (Alec Baldwin) fields offers from members of Congress, like Nancy Pelosi (Kate McKinnon), Chuck Schumer (Alex Moffat), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Melissa Villasenor) and Maxine Waters (Leslie Jones), to end the government shutdown.
Watch the clip here