Golden Globes 2020

#1

Ricky Gervais’ monologue beat down was very reminiscent of Alex’s verbal beat down on Piers.
Sure, Ricky didn’t have Alex’s fire, but boy did they get burned just as badly.

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#2

Was phenomenal is what it was. Absolutely loved seeing him up there laying into the Hollyweird douchebags. Pretty much said everything I’d want to say to them, but in a nicer/funnier way.

I’ll watch clips of him and ignore the rest of it haha. Hate these stupid awards shows with Hollyweird giving each other awards for 3 hours or some crap.

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#3

Find me online, on different websites, etc. Simply Google my name: Oatmeal Joey Arnold @joeyarnoldvn

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#4

Can’t we just find you here?

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#5

Googling “Oatmeal Joey Arnold” is actually how I found this site after Infocomms went down haha.

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#6

Yeah, to each his own, and if this is where the party is at, then bring more beer.

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#9

Ricky Gervais didn’t kill himself.

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#10

One of the biggest mistakes I made in Vietnam was when I discontinued English classes. I was teaching all over Saigon. But then I made the choice to only teach in District 1. So, I begin telling my students to find me at the heart of the city. I started ending my different English groups. Now, some classes may not last forever, possibly a few years at the most. I could have at least continued teaching them until they were done. I understand the decisions that I made. I can talk all day about why I did what I did. But I sometimes wonder if the collateral damage was too excessive. Of course, I meant well. I had good intentions. But some of the classes that I terminated had children in them. I gave some of those classes some notice. But I wonder if I should have given them more notice, more time, to find new teachers. Again, I was trying to save myself time as I was always riding my bike around each day. So, I ended up teaching in just the first district for my last like three years in Vietnam, 2015-2017. I understand what I did. But I may have ruined my relationship with my students during a transitional period in 2014. Now, apart from that year, I didn’t do that. But I think about that sometimes. It’s possible that I was not patient enough. Perhaps, I should have waited for those classes to end on their own as opposed to abandoning them. Of course, I have the right to do what I did. But I wonder if I was not too sudden with the changes. That’s one of the hardest things in life. See, life is short. So, you can get in a hurry while ignoring the people around you. Decisions that you make can affect people around you. Try your best to fulfill your promises, your contracts, with people. I confess that I didn’t commit to a certain amount of time for those classes. They were open-ended. So, it is critical to make those agreements up front.

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