Well, let's see...
The Cubs are gonna visit the White House on Monday - that's pretty cool.
Kris Bryant got married and I'm sure that was a super fun event.
And there's the Tyson Ross thing, which I wish would get resolved.
Then there's other stuff - the Clemson win which was pretty cool, even though... just not invested in those teams.
Every time they cut to Nick Saban it seemed like he was slamming something on the ground and having a hissy fit over a player's mistake. And the announcers were like, "And RIGHTFULLY SO! Saban SHOULD be angry."
I just got sick of it.
Blackhawks beat the Red Wings, which is always nice.
New York is getting a taste of Weird Derrick Rose
Otherwise, I have a silly story which may help you pass the time while waiting for baseball...
So we opened this new agency, We Are Unlimited.
And the new CEO gathers everybody in the lobby to give a talk, but in a hall on the way there someone spills coffee, so I help clean it up.
Now I'm late and arrive outside the big, modern glassed-in lobby.
It's like an over-flow room, this hallway.
I'm standing next to one of the lobby doors that's open to my side - it's one where if you push it all the way open, it locks in place.
I'm looking at the CEO through the doorway, and he's making eye contact with everyone as he speaks - good speakers do that.
And If you wear glasses like I do, you know how they can just slide down your nose sometimes?
So I bring my right arm up and extend my index finger to push up my glasses at the exact moment the CEO's gaze is sweeping my way, and just as we make eye contact my arm bumps the door causing the finger to come up short of my glasses and forcing the finger about a half inch into my right nostril.
All that happened in about 2 seconds.
His expression didn't change or anything, but surely that was a nice little retina snapshot.
No matter my real age, in my head I live at about 4th grade.
And with that perspective I'm pretty sure that any time in the future when I see the new CEO he'll say, "Hi Tim."
But in his brain he'll think, "Hi Nosepicker."
Okay that's all I have and thanks for wasting a little time with me as we all wait for baseball.