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lefthanded guitar BS: Is anyone else not watching the Olympics (64* d) BS: Is anyone else not watching the Olympics 11 Feb 18

Are there any other non sports fans out there who
are not watching what seems like 40 days and nights
of coverage of these unrelenting events? I know they
deliberately schedule these in the most miserable month
of the year -February- b/c they figure I m too tired,
weary and exhausted by the dismal weather
to do anything than lie in the couch and watch
tv. And if I m not sick enough of snow, slush and ice,
we get to see even more of it as contestants ski, skate,
slide, trip and tumble through it.

I m trying to fill up the time in other more
productive ways- today I went out to eat with
pals, went shopping and cooked up a sausage
onions and pepper meal for tomorrow (I haven!t
cooked so much since I made that two ton turkey
last Thanksgiving) and listened to the Hank
Williams songbook (wonderful timeless writer
and performer imho) on YouTube. And now it s barely
8 pm and I have hours to fill before my

Suggestions catters? Should I take up
a new hobby. Organize my shelves?
Adopt a turtle? If there are fellows-in-misery
who have found a way to circumvent these
ice bound circles of boredom, sign in
with solutions, alternatives, jokes,
recipes and/or cat videos. Can be
music videos or real cats - I don't care-
anything but the luge!

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