Ever wonder how many things we take for granted in life? Well, as this tournament here proves, I certainly do. No joke while watching a football game (Rams vs. Bucs I think) I thought about putting together this tourney to test and see what kind of funny priorities the HTF membership has. Here goes: I put together a list of 32 common items we use each and every day. Your job is to vote for the commodity you think you can A. absolutely not live without or B. more important. Only you, the voter, may determine what situation you'll find yourself in. Tourney Winner: Computers East Bracket 1. toothpaste 2. pants 3. shirts 4. facial tissue paper 5. home AC/heating 6. fresh O.J. 7. pencil 8. soap (liquid or bar) 9. cups/mugs 10. deodorant 11. computer 12. television 13. cabinets/shelves 14. footwear (changed from shoes) 15. soft tissue toilet paper 16. doors West Bracket 1. jackets/coats 2. ink pen 3. work AC/heating 4. razors/shavers 5. watch/clock 6. spoon 7. tape (adhesive) 8. shampoo 9. vehicular AC/heating 10. socks 11. phone (cellular/home) 12. underwear 13. eye glasses 14. chairs 15. prophylactics 16. fork Let's start with the East bracket. If this helps, imagine that whatever you vote against, you're not aloud to have for the rest of your life 1. toothpaste vs. 16. doors What's more important to you? Having the ability to instill security and drawing boundaries in a space, or simply having that nice wonderful clean feeling your teeth can enjoy?