10 Important Lessons for 2020 I Learned on The Sopranos
I don’t know about you, but 2020 feels like it’s been about five years long. Tony Soprano would probably say it’s been more like 500 years. Well, either way, you know what Madame De Stael says: “In life one must choose between boredom and suffering.” With that said, read on to find 10 important lessons for 2020 I learned on The Sopranos.
I learned on The Sopranos that the 2020 election season was going to feel like purgatory. Going to bed on election night was like peak purgatory. Christopher claimed that hell was “an Irish bar where it’s St. Patrick’s Day every day forever.” I disagree. Hell is more like sitting in front of your T.V. and hearing the *election projection* notifications show up on the screen with a boom.
I Learned on The Sopranos: What Can Happen Nowadays for Exercising Your First Amendment Rights
And Sometimes The Best Option is Just to Say Toodle-f**kin-Oo!
In sum, there are so many things about 2020 that I learned on The Sopranos. And we still have a few more weeks! I hope this post resonated with you, especially as we await final election results. If not, go eat your Manicotti! Join the conversation by following me on social media, and take a look at the rest of my Sopranos blog posts.