I wanted to come home and watch Tiger Woods yesterday but I can never watch a sports event that I tape. I know this has happened to you too. You want to see something on TV but won't be home to see it. You set your DVR and avoid finding anything out about what you are waiting to watch and then someone accidentally blows it for you.

Yesterday I was excited to come home and watch the PGA golf tournament. I wanted to watch Tiger Woods try to win and become the number one ranked golfer in the world. They teed off about 8 am and I avoided the internet and Facebook all morning. I got home and did all of chores, grabbed a soda and the remote and settled onto the couch for a few hours of sports entertainment. I turned on the TV, hit the DVR list, found the taped program and pushed play. Just then I got a text message from my buddy Kenny that said, "Tiger wins and is number one again. All is right in the world." I screamed and threw the remote to the ground. I was so close. I love my friend but wanted to kick him at that moment. Here is a picture of the violator.

Kenny Cordova

If you call or text me and I don't answer I am not mad at you, I am just afraid you are going to spoil my taped television viewing.