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Friday, September 10, 2010

Football Strike, Too Many Political Ads, and Busted Wheelchair

Watched the opening game of the new NFL season, loved playing the game, not such a big deal to watch it. I was trying to figure out what the players were doing just before the game, both teams postured out onto the field, holding one finger into the air? Found out afterward it was a sign of solidarity, if the owners don't give them what they want in collective bargaining the 2011 season could be in danger. With all I have in me, I swear that if they strike, I will never see another game, greedy bastards!

The political process is out of control! Forget political parties, forget agendas, forget it all, I'm talking about the damn commercials! November is a year away and we are being bombarded with these commercials. I'm so glad they were able to increase the money that could be donated to politicians, I was worried I was going to see nothing but BP commercials with employees from the gulf!

Having trouble with my wheelchair, with charging the batteries actually. The chair is fantastic, nice long range, 5 speeds so I can keep up with anyone. I think I'm having charger problems, but I don't know how to check it? The lights run when it's plugged in, I think that's what it's supposed to do? The batteries are newish, shouldn't be those, but I don't know? My wheels are down, and I need to have them back, so I'm searching for a fixer of chairs.


Stuff could always be worse said...

YES I agree with the commercials...and the chairs are hard to find someone to fix them...Hope it is under warranty from where you bought it...

awb said...

Kim - It's funny how you can find things in an owner's manual that help you with little things, like say charging? Good times!


Muffie said...

Andy, I so agree with you both about the pro athletes and their obscene salaries, and the political ads. Here I am thinking the elections are THIS November, and you tell me I have another year of this??? Glad you read the manual -- such a "guy thing!" [read my blog about "some assembly required" -- I live with this!