20 to 1

20 beers left in my fridge that I don't plan on drinking any time soon
19 days until Black Thursday
18 days until pitchers and catchers report
17 more points the Patriots will score than the Giants
16 stinking dollars, my tax refund from the State
15 months until Kory gets hitched
14 more days until I hit Los Angeles and visit The King
13 more months until I hit the big Three-Oh
12 is still my lucky number
11 hours +, the time I'll be at work tomorrow if it rains
10 shots, the margin of victory for Tiger at this week's tourney
9 months or so until I head to Florida for Level I PGA testing
8 missed phone calls I had during my lunch break today
7 days, my expected time on the East Coast for vacation come May
6 minutes until I'm outta here
5 days until Lost is back on the air!
4 more inches until I reach the waist size I want
3 days since I last went to the gym...but I'm going back tonight.
2 times I had to kick our Local Drunk out of the bar today
1 lame blog post


j.h.k. said...

I thought it was a great post. For the answer to number 20, see item number 14. ;-)

Adam G Partridge said...

I still don't understand why you would work 11+ hours at a golf course if it rains. Will you work less if it's sunny?

Joe said...

Adam, I seriously cannot believe you asked that...I LITERALLY just brought up that paradox with a co-worker. Here's the deal: when it rains, we must cut down expenses, namely payroll, so the salaried employees work and we call off hourly employees. When it's hot and sunny, we are busy and management needs to be there. One of nature's greatest paradoxes.

Adam G Partridge said...

So you're just busy no matter what happens...
I get there's less employees, but assuming no customers show up to the golf course on an obviously rainy day, I still don't know what you're doing? You cleaning the latrines?