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Stalking my Grocery Teammate Browsing Through Pickled Vegetable Shelves -not my lane - will join her later
Is she in junkfood section, I have a say on this one...Will join her now :)
My wife and I have been teammates for some time now. She does the prime coating, I do the finishing touches. She does the research, I do the development. She believes we work best if we work together. This includes our supermarket shopping.
We divide the grocery list and work our way the aisles to get what our list includes. Oftentimes, even for a giant Asian supermarket, I get to bump her and see how she goes through each label, looking at the ingredients, compares prices and even asks the shelf stackers for specific brands and products.
I don't. I get what's on my list and spend the rest of the time poking fun at brands and names of products and seeing something new - that we don't need - and places them into the cart, ignoring the question if "we need it", but just says, "it's on sale, and we may need it someday" :)
So heard of Juan Pablo Montoya's ignominious achievement yesterday? No, not moving from Formula 1 racing to NASCAR, nor the great move passing 20 cars in 17 rounds - but winning at the expense of your teammate.
After a disastrous pit stop relegated him to 21st in the 43-car field, Montoya blew past some of the sport's most dogged and experienced road racers, passing some two at a time, to work his way to second. In the lead was his teammate, Scott Pruett - the only driver that Montoya's car owners (as well as racing decorum) told him not to wreck if the two ended up dueling for the victory.
That, my friend, is how to NOT play the game. An empty victory, if you ask me.
* - Montoya regretful after Pruett clash
* - Ganassi cautious in comments on Montoya-Pruett crash
* - Montoya spins Pruett, wins Mexico NBS race
* - JPM Hit by Camera - Warning: Expletives Uttered
so here's the video : Montoya Takes Out His Own Teammate
So yesterday, just like Linnor, I bowled without my lifelong cheerleader and teammates, who had to stay at home. If it weren't for charity, I'd rather stay at home and help with the household chores. Forget about the scores, although I was doing well until the time for the Bowlathon ran out, but I enjoyed bowling for charity :). It's as if my lifetime partner, whose got a bigger heart than mine, was there with me.