It just burns me up sometimes at the inconsistency of officiating in the NFL.
Four years ago, Tom Brady and the Patriots were handed the game against the Raiders when the ref called Brady's fumble an incomplete pass. This knocked the Raiders out of the playoffs and put the Patriots in position to win their first Super Bowl.
Yesterday in Jacksonville, Jaguars quarterback David Garrad's forward pass was called a fumble, giving the Patriots another gift and essentially knocking the Jaguars out of the playoffs.
Same play. Same forward motion. Two different calls.
I guess if you're Tom Brady, you get away with these things.
So I get my Secret Santa gift in the office and it's wine charms.
I just don't get the functional value of wine charms.
They're supposed to remind you which glass of wine is yours at a busy party. If you ask me, if you can't remember which wine is yours or which coffee table you placed it on, it's time to leave the party.
If I can't remember whether or not I was drinking the Cabernet or the Chardonnay, how am I going to remember that I have the little light blue clinky thing on my glass as opposed to the little red clinky thing?