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Deepish Thoughts

December 18, 2008

In relationships going downhill fast, at what point do you cut your losses and say enough is enough?

If your significant other is bipolar/has multiple personalities/is just plain crazy, and on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays is great and fine and makes you marvel at how you could possibly love someone that much AND fills you with joy and thrill that they are in your life AND such excitement that your heart literally feels like it’s going to beat out of your chest AND ravenous anticipation for the next time you see them, BUT is, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays driving you up a roller coaster wall of torment AND making you want to tear your hair out while screaming your [now bald] head off AND throwing you headfirst into emotional abysses the depths of which you never could have fathomed, do you sit them down for the break up talk and remove yourself from the situation?

Do you take the good you take the bad you take them all and there you have…oops, got distracted. In life, you might one day face a situation where when your significant other makes your life simperingly wonderful just as often as they make your life putridly sucky, sometimes you just love them so damn freaking much and they’re such an ingrained, inseparable part of your life that you can’t bear to excise them no matter how low the lows are (apple bottom jeans…boots with the fur…).

That’s how I feel about the Jazz. I must say that if the Jazz were an actual person that was my significant other, I would have started running in the opposite direction long ago. There’s only a finite amount of crap you can put up with from a[n actual] person. But there is no exaggeration in this post in regards to how I feel about the Jazz. Which means I have to seriously consider the possibility that maybe I’m the crazy looney one.

P.S. Speaking of crazy, does the Jazz have a team psychiatrist? Carlos is clearly suffering from delusions of grandeur and needs help. On why he can’t come back yet:

“The way I play, I’m physical, and I’ve got to bang against KG (Kevin Garnett) or Perk (Kendrick Perkins) or whoever it is out there. I mean, I probably wouldn’t be strong enough to do it. But maybe.”

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