Waxing a pair of state insurance exams is good. Doing both while half-awake is better. Doing it on a day when there are guilty giggles to be had is better yet...
Recently former NBA-Allstar Tim Hardaway made a number of unfortunate comments about his lack of affection towards the LGBT population. Specifically,
"Well, you know, I hate gay people. I let it be known, I don’t like gay people. I don’t like to be around gay people. Yeah, I’m homophobic. I don’t like it. It shouldn’t be in the world for that or in the United States for that. So, yeah, I don’t like it.”
– the former Miami Heat guard doesn’t hold back (CBS report here)
Now, the usual suspects (GLAAD, the NBA, etc) chimed in suggesting that perhaps Hardaway was a less than nice person, at variance with their corporate policies, or took action to express their dismay. Mwhahahaha.
That was, apparently, the warm-up team. This afternoon on returning home George Takei (best known for his role as Sulu in the original Star Trek) let fly with his own little love tap that is simply delightfully evil, and this evening I run across the words of Scott Adams of Dilbert on the subject, for yet more evil giggles. You know you're in trouble when talented actors and cartoonists begin to lampoon you...after all, it's a short ride from there to a Jay Leno monologue.
Meanwhile, the pseudo-new Jim Zumbo website (language warning) crossed my path, resorting in more evil giggling.
Finally, a wonderful new adventure in Tapa's (who knew that dates and bacon go well together?), and meandering about gabbing with a friend while working off dinner ended the day well.
All in all, a good day. Can't complain. Even got a new windshield of that makes the car ever-so-much-more pleasant to drive.