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From: John(HI) (
Subject:         People Who Should be Phased Out
Date: September 1, 2008 at 4:19 pm PST

... (From "Brain Droppings" by George Carlin)

- Guys who always harmonize the last few notes of "Happy Birthday."
- People over 40 who can't put on reading glasses without making self-conscious remarks about their advancing age.
- Guys who wink when they're kidding.
- Men who propose on the giant TV screen at a sports stadium.
- Guys with creases in their jeans.
- A celebrity couple who adopt a Third-World baby and call it Rain Forest.
- Guys who wear suits all day and think an earring makes them cool at night.
- People who say, "Knock, Knock," when entering a room and "Beep Beep" when someone is in their path.
- People who give their house or car a name.
- People who give their genitals a name.
- Guys who can juggle, but only a little bit.
- Athletes and coaches who give more than a hundred percent.

- Old people who tell me what the weather used to be where they used to live.
- Men who have one long uninterrupted eyebrow.
- People who have memorized a lot of TV-show theme songs and are proud of it.
- Women who think it's cute to have first names consisting solely of initials.
- Men who wear loafers without socks (especially if they have creases in their jeans.)
- Guys who still smell like soap even in the late afternoon.
- Guys who wear their wristwatches on the inside of their wrists.
- Any man who wears a suit and a tie to a ball game.

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