The Duffy Dombrowski Fight Club: Obama, Michele’s lip gloss, Vick, My date with Beyonce

Posted: February 1, 2010 in The Duffy Dombrowski Fight Club
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1. I find the first lady’s lip gloss distracting on that Haiti commercial.

2. The standing ovations/non standing ovations at the State of the Union Address seem really goofy–like something in preschool.

3. I’m glad the Saints are in the Superbowl. I think if I lost everything in Katrina I’d resent the notion that the NFL franchise in the city winning a game would be curative for me.

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4. I wonder how Michael Vick is doing on his dog charity work and if Tony Dungy has encouraged his follow through.

5. Obama and I are about the same age. I think when he trots down the Air Force One stairs and holds his hands like a guy entering a NBA game it looks cool. But I don’t think it looks real or presidential.

6. I sparred three rounds on Saturday with a guy training for a fight. My back is so stiff it is hard to bend over, walk or sleep. I think my age may not limit my ability but it limits how hard I can train because of crap like this. I think i understand why older pros get attracted to steroids. It would be nice to workout and not pay the absurd consequences of Mother Nature.

7. I had an incredibly busy weekend jumping from one task to another. By Sunday night I was resentful and should’ve planned more time for fun.

8. I’m going to Birmingham Alabama this weekend for two mystery lover events. I would prefer no ice storms and would like to not sleep in an airport.

9. I’m doing my best to stay neat and organized. I don’t know how people do it. I feel like there’s a choice between getting shit done and being neat. If I did less I’d be neater and more organized. Is that a cop out?

10. If I was single, never met my wife and if she never existed, and Beyonce asked me out on a date, I’d go.

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Comments
  1. Jen Forbus says:

    This is the weirdest stream of consciousness I’ve heard in a very long time, maybe ever.

    1. I don’t watch TV, so I haven’t seen this commercial, but WHY?

    2. You had standing ovations in preschool? And I think politicians NOT acting like preschoolers would be the goofy part.

    3. Not sure how those concepts are related.

    4. I try not to think about him or I start to feel homicidal.

    5. I’m so glad we have a president who is breakin’ the freakin’ mold. I don’t want to fit every one in some “expected behavior” stereotype, and I hope to never have to see another Bush in that office.

    6. I don’t know if I buy that. Do you train every day at the intensity your opponent does? I think you’d be feeling different if you did.

    7. Did you accomplish a lot or did you just waste time? If you accomplished a lot shouldn’t you be thrilled with that? I love weekends where I accomplish a lot. You get to have lots of fun next weekend.

    8. Be excited. Plan for the best. Stop with this worst case scenario crap. It’ll be great.

    9. YES!

    10. If Harry Connick Jr. was never married, never met his wife and asked me out on a date, I’d go. And the point is what? That I have a ridiculous imagination? That I want for things I can’t have? Oh wait! I think I get this one now. It’s that HCJ is just drop dead gorgeous, right? Ah, o.k.

    Now stop being cranky and find something to laugh about. Here’s one. I discovered with this FB Doppleganger Week, that you look like David Boreanaz. Ha!

  2. Jen Forbus says:

    Wait! Now I have a question. If you had never met your wife, but she did exist, would you still go out on a date with Beyonce?

    And that’s not yelling! Tear up my mail while I’m at work and then you’ll hear yelling!

    • tjs9261 says:

      hmmm…are you trying to get me trouble?

      • Jen Forbus says:

        Who me? I would NEVER do that! (*sweet innocent face*) I’m just wondering how this works.

        “I’m sorry Beyonce. I know drool is running out the sides of my mouth, but my soul mate is out there somewhere. I’m convinced. I haven’t met her, but she’s there. I’ll have to pass on that date offer.”

      • tjs9261 says:

        yes, exactly like that, Jen

        (my wife reads the blog everyday…)

  3. marycunningham says:

    1. I noticed that, too. It did look a little weird!
    2. So orchestrated. They all make me sick! Do you they think we don’t know they’re all a bunch of phonies?!?
    3. I admire what Drew Brees has done for NO since Katrina. But, I’m still a Colts fan.
    4. I’m with Jen. Don’t mention that criminal!
    5. Right on, Jen! I’d rather not see a suit (complete with extra padding in the shoulders) in the oval office if it’s on GW Bush! give me Obama in shirt sleeves any day.
    6. I’m sore from playing Wii bowling.
    7. No football on last weekend (except for the pro bowl and you can’t really call that football) and I was bored. Did get some writing done, though.
    8. I’m 100 miles east. Looks like temps in the high 40s. Have fun!
    9. Ditto, Jen!
    10.If I were single and had never met my husband and Johnny Depp asked me out, I’d question his sanity.

  4. Just A Girl says:

    1) I avoid the first couple as they make me very annoyed that americans can be so dumb…i resist the urge to say I told you so over and over again to coworkers…
    2)I believe if politicians are capable of being elected they shouldnt be allowed to hold the job..uwho ever WINs the election in my opinion was the best liar and the one who did the most underhanded deals to get the office…

    3)if I were single, I would be a forest ranger or a librian (maybe a librian in a forest?). I would have a jeep and a dog named after a great greek hero – i think dogs should have noble names.

    • tjs9261 says:

      My dogs are Wilbur, Araxie and Rily and they are the quintessence of nobility…

      • Just a Girl says:

        If I had a dog (H and I work to much to truelly devote time to a dog like we should) it would be a golden or some other big dog…i am a big dog person. I saw a silvery grey great dane that made my heart stop for a moment he was so regal looking. I also love corgis – I would probably have a golden and a corgi…but I also love sheltys – grew up with two of those…Bandit (Bandito) and Missy (Mrs. Bandito)…I also love border collies

        when i was a little girl I used to dream that if I were rich I would own a huge ranch and would rescue all the dogs no body wanted to adopt.

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