I cannot watch American Idol. Under circumstances of extreme work avoidance, I have watched two episodes of America Has No Talent Whatsoever. I don't turn on The Voice, or X Factor or any of these supposed talent shows. For one reason alone. I get so angry at the loved ones of these poor kids. Why has no one along the way had the grace and courage to tell these people that THIS is not their talent?! That God has big plans for their lives but it does not involve singing, or dancing or balancing on cement pipes or whatever it is. I think we owe it to these people to nudge, or in some of these cases, shove them toward their true talents.
Which is why people, I am upset with you, my dear, faithful readers (all two of you. Ex-boyfriends just stalking to see if I got married yet don't count, and for the record, no, I haven't, but you still weren't Mr. Right). I just wrote my 1200th post. TWELVE HUNDREDTH POST. Seven years of complete drivel and none of you have stopped me. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
To think, if one of you brave souls had told me seven years ago to stop this ridiculous writing and apply myself to a craft, I might be your next American Idol. For shame, people, for shame.