“Football is more popular, basketball is more marketable, hockey is more exciting, soccer means more throughout the world. But baseball has a way of making you think about everything that ever happened to you, every conversation you ever had, every place you ever lived, everything.”—Bill Simmons (via kayakingupstream)
“And tonight the coast line is quiet, it’s quieter than it’s ever been.
Honey this town is a prison, with it’s four walls closing in
And they got one pill to make you smaller, they one pill to make you scream.
Darling this heart is on fire, and this life is but a dream”—
I saw someone complain about having to work the day after Easter, on the grounds that its the holiest day of the year.
So do I get to skip work the day after Yom Kippur? And, before you say that I just get to skip work that day, let me remind you that its embedded within our society that you automatically don’t have work on your holy days.