I got to page 4 of the book yesterday. That's not terrible for the first day. I've just got to keep it up. There were three top posts on Wreddit yesterday, and none of them were interesting. At least, not to me. If I weren't following Wreddit to see the flow of conversations, I would have no interest whatsoever in visiting the subreddit. But I'm addicted to checking the incremental steps each side is making in the war. Another way to put it is that nothing yesterday was relevant to the WWE/AEW war. There were some posts in the morning about Jim Cornette, which led other people to complain about how Dave Meltzer should be banned. That's always how it goes. Maybe one person says Jim Cornette should be banned, and someone else will chime in about how Dave Meltzer should be banned.
Well I'm already on page 8 of the book, so I've read the same amount of pages for two days in a row.
I went to Walgreen earlier in the week, and I made the stupid mistake of buying up some boxes of food bars. Like, Belvita food bars and a couple different boxes with Fiber One bars. And of course I wind up eating those right away. Even if I'm not hungry, I'll eat them if they're in my room. So I'm almost back to where I started, weight-wise, which is pretty terrible, because it means you can gradually lose weight for 30 days and have it all be undone in a couple days just because you binge on Belvita food bars. I've got to get to a point where my hip doesn't hurt and all and I've got plenty of clean clothes so that I can just walk outside for an hour each day. Just walk outside, listening to music, and that'll be your exercise.
My record in LearnedLeague so far this season is 5-4-6. That's pretty average, and also I'm in the E rundle, which means I'm pretty average by E rundle standards. My question percentage this season is .333, which is a little below what I was at after my first season. You'd think I would know more answers as time went on, instead of less answers.