In my favorite TV show, NCIS, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs has a list of rules that he uses to pretty much run his life. Like rule number 9 is “Always carry a knife.” Pretty useful, huh. You could do worse, and probably do, by not writing things like this, that I tell you, down. Now NCIS has really gone downhill since the Ziva and Tony glory days but some things are timeless, and Gibbs’ rules are one of those timeless things and one of his rules is “Never apologize, it’s a sign of weakness.” Well I’m gonna be weak here because 1) I’ve let you down by ignoring you dear blog time waster so long, and 2) I posted all those dumb book reviews from Booklikes. Why read these days when you can watch TV almost anywhere, so why review books? Time waster. Life waster. Bandwidth waster. I apologize.
Now that that’s out of the way, I want to remind you; I don’t really want to say I told you so, but I told you so, so I’m going to say it: the comb-over is a problem. Way back in June of 2013 I said this. Here’s the link:
I know our world has other more serious problems, like the Mayweather-McGregor fight, or the Kardashians starting to wear down a few teeth, but now you see you need to go back over my prior blog posts and review my sage advice. You’ll be better for it. Our country will be better for it, and our planet will be better for it.
Mark Harmon has never sported a comb-over. Remember, I told you so…