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Saturday, February 04, 2006


Who else isn't going to watch the "Big Game" tomorrow? If not, why so? For me, it would just be better to pretend that it's not important. In truth, and in the whole scheme of life, it's not. I realize it's entertainment. I enjoy leisure time too. But, it doesn't affect or effect my life and it certainly isn't everything.

posted by Jeff Watkins at 11:22 AM


Blogger joe kennedy said...

blaize says: "your mom goes to college."

and i say: "the superbowl is to football what the beatles were to a bunch of faint-hearted trendy women. watch the stupid game, sucka."

2:28 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Jeff says, "You both are lame."

9:51 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

^says the guy speaking of himself in third person

9:52 PM  
Anonymous mickie said...

i don't plan to watch "the big game" either.. we should hang out and do something anti-football. :)

10:07 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Jeff says, "Sarah, you are lame, too!"

10:29 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

what what what?! that could be the dumbest retort on the planet, jeffery glen. although i have to admit that when i read it, i laughed...out loud. ranks up there with butt-face and stupid head. lame...geez. maybe we should all start speaking in third person...sarah thinks it would be an interesting experiment.

10:31 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

p.s. sarah, the english teacher, is impressed with jeff's correct use of commas in his above comment.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Michelle said...

i will watch the game, because i enjoy watching football games. if i end up not watching the game, i won't die of a broken heart or anything like that. and, i might be happier if i don't watch it... i don't like pittsburgh's colors! they should be called the bumble bees cause of their colors! HAHA!

11:04 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Jeff says, "Sarah, I am happy that you are happy. You should read below to see what he says to Michelle."

Michelle, I will not speak in third person to you. I just was asking why people will not watch the game. I am glad you will. I hope you enjoy it.

Oh yeah, Mickie, I'm not anti-football. I'm anti bordem.

11:51 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

ok, could quite possibly be the worst third-person-addresser on the planet...i'm convinced. the first rule of speaking in such a manner is that all pronouns must be in THIRD you, no we, no us...only he, she, it, them, or their. work on it, get back to me, and we'll try our little game once more.

and p.s. i'm not watching the game because i have to write a giganto screenplay by tuesday and i'm drowning in a sea of post-it notes.

8:05 AM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Jeff says, Sarah, I don't think addressing oneself in the thrid person dictates all speech being required to be in the third person. But since Sarah thinks that is how it is supposed to be, Jeff will oblige Sarah. Since, after all, Jeff thinks a lot of Sarah.

By the by, good luck swimming in your endless mounds of post-it notes.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

sarah is happy to hear that jeff will humor her, but she is not at all surprised considering that she always gets her way. she is, after all, the most amazing girl on the planet...who wouldn't want to humor her?

p.s. i tried using the laptop as a floatation such luck...where's camper dominique and her life vest when i need her??

3:09 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Jeff thinks it's funny that Sarah still is having a hard time getting over her self-conciousness.

Also, haha! Where is Dominique? Now, I don't mean to be crude, irreverent, or possibly hurtful. But, if any of our kids could have survived Katrina, it surely would have been her.

5:12 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

hmm...that's not what you said the other night when you...JOKE! haha, so maybe not the most amazing, but certainly pretty darn close to being the funniest.

and sarah hopes the hydrophobia queen was far, far away from all things water related. she was probably off in texas telling someone the story of the three little bears...the story's probably still going...

6:55 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

hmm... the other night? I don't remember that. Is that the night you spiked my Powerade like you did at daycamp?

And Baby Bear was a Socratic subscriber who also had Dispensational tendancies.

9:17 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

maybe according to cassie...oh wait, she wasn't awake for story time.

and don't be drinking your hate-orade, brother. i'll get mom to ground you again.

9:34 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Cassie was reading college level philosophy books I had, so leave her out of it. Let's see: Cassie, a Squrabit, whom read far above her reading and age level. Now, Dominique, a [...]; what were you again? Who lied! Don't mess with the best! And to quote Josh and Jordan, "Like Lil John, 'Yeahhhh.'"

9:51 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

NO LIE, you keep this up and i'll come all the way to fla. to kick your butt...and you know i can do it too. careful or i'll steal your teddy grahams too...better keep them in a safe place...

9:56 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Umm... in 1995, the USPS decided to go from the three letter abbreviations, to two letters. Thus, Florida is no longer FLA, but simply FL. Please make note. I can't believe you missed the memo.

10:43 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

ahem. my apologies. i am not quite so antiquated as some on this blog, and as a well-read but not-so-worldly eleven year-old, i indeed missed the memo. to be quite honest, i don't think i even knew florida really existed as an eleven year-old. thank you for pointing out my mistake with a "sequint" spangled banner. i do so appreciate it.

11:01 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Well read, eh? It was a memo, not a book. And I knew that LA was a state at 11, even if in 1995 I was 15. Good night.

11:18 PM  
Blogger joe kennedy said...

21 comments before this one.

i thought it was a record or something, then i realized it was a conversation between you and sarah.

that shouldn't win any awards.

12:27 AM  
Anonymous sarah said...

Jeffery, kindly get over yourself. Yes, I was a very well-read eleven year-old, but no, unlike you I did not have a deep rooted obsession with the United States Postal Service.

And Joe, don't you think the world would be a better place if we got rewards for everything throughout our day? Today I'm going for "Best Female Procrastinator." What's yours?

6:15 AM  
Blogger joe kennedy said...

"Best Sleeping Performance of February 6th"

I just got up about 45 minutes ago.

1:23 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

nicely done. you should get a gold star for that too.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Sarah, I have an interest in knowlege, not the USPS. And I have no need to get over myself. Thank you.

Joe, nicely played. I was up at 7 something. I love work. Not really.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

ha! i've got you beat. i have to leave the house at 7 to get to work on time...the joys of living in covington...

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Michelle said...

i slept through most of the 1st quarter, and turned the game off at the beginning of the 4th quarter. halftime = COMPLETE AND TOTAL BOREDOM. one of my friends said that she never wanted to see a man dance in his granddaughter's clothes ever again. i had to agree, but added that it was more like great-granddaughter. HAHA!

and, i thought the officials were the co-mvp's of the game, but that's just my opinion and the opinions of quite a few other people... lol

8:39 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Michelle, please never diss on the Rolling Stones again. But I agree, sorta. In all fairness, Mick is fixing to celebrate his 101 birthday.

Jeff says, "Sarah, you will never beat Jeff!"

8:50 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

Jeffery is sorely mistaken (as is Michelle)...Mick Jagger could be 487 years old and wear a purple evening gown and still be amazing. He is rock and roll.

And Sarah feels no need to be drawn into little Jeffery's game. She knows she will always be the and forevermore.

8:59 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Sarah, in all fairness, Mick is a great singer for a great rock and roll band. That's the key. The Stones are a rock and roll band! Mick is just an ex-junkie who seriously looks like any day he is going to die. There are better looking corpses.

Jeff thinks that Sarah is kidding herself when Sarah thinks Sarah is going to beat Jeff. Sarah is essentially acknowledging Jeff's superior ability to win by giving into playing "who can speak in the third person the longest."

10:53 PM  
Blogger joe kennedy said...

I'm setting an award worthy record just by posting at 4:05 AM (CT).

And Jeff, I agree. I said to my dad during halftime, "we're going to watch Mick Jagger die on live TV." And I think, knowing this may destroy our friendship, I think that maybe it would've been a better show if he had. He's 62 freakin years old. For real. I wasn't kidding when I told my dad, "You're 66? It's like if you were out there doing that. Nobody needs to see that."

It's true. Or it's 4 AM speaking. Either way.

4:08 AM  
Anonymous sarah said...

I'm going to pretend like none of you said any of that and go back to the screenplay that could just do me in. When did I think this was a good idea? More importantly, WHY did I think this was a good idea??

And Jeff, no matter what you think, say, do or feel, deep down you know I win every time. It's just the way the game is played. Next time you should choose your opponent more carefully.

7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Young Jeffery didn't choose you, I chose you. Remember that!!! Also, he's in the lead 44-37. Go!


3:53 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

For the record, I am in the lead. I don't know who God is.

5:35 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

FOR THE RECORD, I DO know who God is, and He doesn't like it when little seminary boys use His name in a fraudulent manner. If I were you, I'd be careful with that (and I'd rethink the sideburn length thing...I'm just saying is all).

6:54 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

Oh, and I cranked out a 16 page screenplay in three hours. Sometimes I amaze even myself...

7:22 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

How do you know that the divine didn't grace the presence of this site? And why do you suppose somebody who attends a seminary (not necessarly New Orleans') is behind this. A lot of Satanists visit this site and do things such as this.

I'm glad you got your work done Sarah, but you're not that amazing, kidding ;)

7:28 PM  
Blogger joe kennedy said...

Jeff, I clicked the site meter and it says that you, indeed, did post at 3:53 CT (which is what your comments are set on- you never changed it from New Orleans). Funny, that's when "God" posted.

Now I revel in my superior web-stalking abilities.

No really, you should hide that image or something. Statcounter is nice too.

8:10 PM  
Blogger Jeff Watkins said...

Joe, what image should I hide?

Oh yeah, I don't like you anymore. I will commence with going to Mobile and throwing rocks through your window.

Or... I will just use you as a reference on an application I filled out today, and not tell you. Haha.

9:59 PM  

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