It was ten cent day.
I often go to this one swap shop or whatever you call it. Junk is what some people would call it. Every so often they have what they call ten cent day. That is where they have a small red sticker on items and the cost of that item is ten cents.
Well today I saw this book by George Will, Men at Work. It had a red sticker and I think "Yea this is worth ten cents." Will is a political writer/television person etc. You see him often on political talk shows. But he also is a devoted baseball fan and sometime back wrote this very good book on baseball, Men at Work.
Ruth says to Pinelli, "There's 40,000 people here who know that last call you made was a ball no way it was a strike, tomato head." You gotta love this umpire. He replied, "Maybe so, but mine is the only opinion that counts."
You know we all would do well in many life situations to learn what is really important, what really matters and whose opinions are important. .
September 15, 2017