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November 22, 2022

Going Concern March Madness: Waking Up Early vs. Guilt Trips, Self-doubt vs. Irritability and More in The Elite Eight #BusySeasonProblems

The contenders have emerged in GCMMBSP.

There was little doubt about Working Saturdays and Long Hours making it this far. It's sad that only one will advance to Final Four.

Maybe you could've seen Less exercise coming, but I did not expect such a strong performance from Degrading Mental Health. Now you've got me concerned for all of your well-being. Hang in there! Talk to someone! Go for a run! Do something! 

And Guilt Trips! Of course, Guilt Trips made it. Our loved ones are the worst, aren't they?

The Potpourri delivers on the hodge-podge — a 9 and a 7 meet will decide the regional champ. I have to confess that I really did an excellent job of just throwing that one together. 

The polls will remain open through the weekend, closing at midnight on Monday morning. Vote!

 

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If you're just joining us, here's the remainder of the GCMMBSP schedule:
March 30 –Final Four
April 1 — Championship

 

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