dear big john…
i used to have so much respect for you (and by “so much respect” i mean very little respect), but after our recent communication all the respect is gone. when i sent you that message asking “what are your plans for the old pueblo” you responded with nothing. then, when i pressed you further for details you mentioned something about “a lot of school” and your child’s “birthday party”, then you sort of trailed off with a string of “ums” and “yeahs” and i believe i heard something about “haven’t been riding much”.
well john, i’m disappointed in you. and i’m sure the rest of the world, not to mention your family and friends, are disappointed in you as well.
so following i aim to dismantle your arguments individually, a show the world just how much weak-sauce you have been drinking.
argument one: school work.
you claim to be “to busy with studying” to join us in the old pueblo, but i say poopoo. come on john, how hard can law school really be? everyone knows studying is easy, and in most cases, not even required. look at me, i went to college, i even graduated, in four years no less, and i barely even studied. but study if you must, do it in the days leading up to the old pueblo. and don’t worry about missing all that time during the week that is normally reserved for your family, they don’t really like you.
argument two: child’s birthday party.
this is not even true. you claim to be throwing a birthday party for your daughter, but its not even her birthday. and even if it was, its ok to miss it. my dad missed lots of my birthdays, and again, look at me, i turned out fine.
argument three: haven’t been riding much.
jesus christ john, that is the argument of a coward. being fit has very little to do with it. your going to tucson to get drunk with your friends, not to break any records (unless its a record relating to getting drunk with your friends, because then, i am all about it).
so in summation, go to the old pueblo, get drunk, ride some, stop being being a coward.by