Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Life Sucks Wednesday: A Bill Murray Kind of Day

Posted By on Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Life sucks. Seriously, let's be honest for a moment. It sucks. Fetal position after coffee sounds really good right now. Just some time to think about how our jobs as humans is to look for gems out there that somehow make everything meaningful and make us want to not always be in fetal positions after coffee.

So here you go, Tucson. Some Bill Murray singing Dylan's "Shelter from the Storm," from his upcoming movie "St. Vincent," which opens Oct. 24. That movie, which is also about how much life sucks, was smart to cast Murray—just so we all don't leave the theaters ready for some post-popcorn fetal positions.

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