Saturday, February 12, 2005

Expect the....expected???

hahaha. I love it. Predictibility. Go ahead and look at the past comments and you'll find a common theme. I even commented in ANTICIPATION of it..yet it still happened. We should call it the Joe and Jason Phenomenon.

Its like i'm not allowed to have an opinion. I just think they're haters. I make statements about love, kids, wives, whatever, and my comments are disregarded in an instant because i "havn't had certain experiences." Whatever. I think i'm a pretty observant person, and i like to draw conclusions on certain observations. So here's my rebuttal.

Last i checked, Joe and Jason, you havn't been to iraq, yet you're full of comments about the war.
You've never held office, yet you seem to have the answers to all these political questions.

I'm sure theres a million things that you've never done, yet your full of opinions on everything under the sun. I'm not sayin these things are bad, i just think I should have the same right. So next time you think i'm wrong about something, give me some real information with a good argument, not just an emebellished, "jeremy, you dont know"

In conclusion, i think you guys are great (sometimes) and I love ya, and keep the comments comming. they make me laugh. they also inspire me to make more outlandish comments.


jch said...

I know I have arrived when an entire blog is dedicated to me. Thank you, Jerm. I appreciate the attention. Autographed pictures available upon request. Jerm, your pic is in the mail per your request.

Allison said...

THANK YOU!!! Stick it to 'em Jeremy! I think that any person who puts his/her opinions out there in such a fashion should be subject to the scrutiny of others--Joe and Jason are certainly NOT excluded from this. You know what I say--Joe and Jason are usually wrong about most things and you are too, but that shouldn't stop you from saying what you think without being belittled :).

J-Wild said...
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J-Wild said...

Wow, I am a phenomenon!? I didn't realize you thought so highly of me. Perhaps Joe and I can take that picture together so you can put it next to your computer as your personal inspiration in turning into an opinionated and informed person, just like your two heros! ;)

The Future said...

You have officially lost it. hehe

But really, in respect to the Valentine's blog, it's hard to be so constant with your love that the woman feels it is Valentine's everyday. Do you realize how hard this is? It's not that Valentine's should be a make up day, but should be an extra special day. You should not have to do all the hallmark type things. But you should love and look out for your woman even more than you thought possible the rest of the year. Think a little bit longer about ways to surprise her, that sort of thing.

I'm reminded of an old, old Billy Joel song, Ain't no Crime, but not for me, but for you:

Well now you tell me you love somebody
And you'll love 'em forever, you may love 'em forever,
But you won't like 'em all of the time.

Well now you tell me you need somebody
For the rest of your life you might have somebody,
But you won't want 'em ev'ry day.

jch said...

Maybe I should take note from "The Future" because his/her comment was a well disguised "Jerm, you don't know what the heck you are talking about" kind of comment.

Jerm, I'm not saying you can't say the stuff you are saying, I'm just saying you are wrong. Cool?

The Future said...

As noted, the Future takes notes from no one.

The Future said...

Oh, and I've been on 2 Valentine's dates with the Juice, and he can take care of his women.

Edit: They were double dates. I was not the woman. I think. Okay, I'm going now...

Kate said...

This is hilarious! Classic! In essence, I'd say it's your VALENTINE to Jason and Joe!
In terms of Valentine's Day, I think it's ridiculous to pay $50+ for roses on one particular Kenny knows if he gets me roses for Valentine's I'll only yell at him for paying that much.
The best part of this holiday is that my parent's first date was on Valentines. My dad walked up to my mom who was reading in their college library. He told her he'd be upstairs if she wanted to give him his Valentine (they had only briefly met once before). A few hours later she brought him an apple and a note that said he was "the apple of her eye". Over the years, we groaned as we heard the story repeatedly. When my mom was getting out her veil to lend me for my wedding, she found the valentine she wrote to my dad neatly folded in a box. He had kept it for 27 years! So, every Valentine's day I think about my parents love for each other. Yea, I know, couldn't get much sappier...

tjmccloud said...

I have absolutely no idea what is going on or who Joe and Jason are- but i think this is my favorite blog from now on. I am laughing right now, and Im sending this page to brandon carter so that he can laugh as well. Im so glad to have run across all yall's sites. Hope we can all keep in touch.- except for joe and jason. im not sure i like you guys.