The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 4 years to get that many views.
Just a few nights ago I found myself working at a charity event. I don’t have time on this forum to explain further but I was in Brooklyn working said event and I began talking to a young man. I was supposed to be listening and advising but I was so distracted. This college coed was talking to me and all I could think about was the fact that he was sporting an insane amount of…
It was like pocket palooza. This guy was killing me! What was he thinking? He had so many bells and whistles going on with his jacket; frankly it was reminiscent of a straight jacket. There were so many pockets all over his shirt that it almost looked as if someone just tossed shards of fabric together without any thought put into it. And the amount of pockets on his pants gave cargo pants a whole new meaning. I almost reached out and started touching this kid’s pockets to see if they had anything in them. From what I could tell they were all empty. When did pocket covered clothing become acceptable? The pocket is an amazing invention. It allows us to carry things that we do not want others to see. But this guy was just way over the line. Two pockets on your jacket, maybe one on your shirt, and four on your pants should be the absolute maximum. Let’s be honest unless you are filling all of those pockets, ditch the excess Cargo. An exorbitant amount of pockets covering your body will only make you look bulky and not in a good way. You always want to strive for a sleek neat design, not an “I just returned home from a hunting trip” look.