To no real (good) effect

hand signalsConsider these human enterprises:

  • Intentionally fouling an opposing basketball player when your team is down 10 pts in the last minute of the game
  • Arguing w/the ump after an “out” or “strike” callump
  • Sprinkling an infant in a religious ceremony

I don’t recommend spending time in any of the above activities, because not a one of them will have any real results for the people directly involved.

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2 thoughts on “To no real (good) effect

    • Brian Casey 03/22/2013 / 10:42 pm

      I guess I should try not to do that, huh? 🙂

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