June 22, 2018

Going Concern March Madness: #BusySeasonProblems, Face Time vs. Long Hours, Bad Take-out vs. Less Sex and More in Round 2

We had an exciting first round of GCMMBSP, with strong showings by the top seeds and only a few upsets. That sounds counterintuitive for any tournament, but really, it wouldn't be right if seeds like Working Saturdays and Less exercise didn't advance to at least the Elite Eight.

Round 2 features several excellent match-ups including Bad Take-out vs. Less sex, Falling behind on TV vs. Guilt trips and, my personal favorite, Face time vs Long hours. 

Face time and Long hours, while similar in nature, posess unique insufferability and your choice says a lot about you as a professional. I won't explain further; I prefer a fair fight.

It's going to be a busy week of brackets, and we're anxious to see how Round 2 turns out so let's get right to the voting.

 

First, up Life (or lack thereof):

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Next, your declining Health:

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Work:

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Last but not least, Potpourri:

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These polls will stay open through tomorrow night. If your first round bracket is in shambles and you want to try another, you can download it here. Get to voting.

Here's the rest of the GCMMBSP schedule:
March 25 –Sweet Sixteen
March 27 — Elite Eight
March 30 –Final Four
April 1 — Championship

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