I have never made a good decision in my entire life. I always second guess, I am always changing my mind, and my ultimate decisions are always wrong. And I am not talking just about major life decisions, but also everyday minor decisions. For instance, yesterday I got on ticketmaster at 8am to buy some Spurs finals tickets for game 2. I got right through, but when I saw the choice of tickets, instead of purchasing them, I decided to go back to the beginning, even though I had already selected the "best seats available" option. You see, my girlfriend is far-sighted but has not bought glasses. The seats that came up were upper level. So I thought maybe if I went back, magiclly some closer seats would appear. What an ass. Geez, and I had told her I was gonna buy tickets. She was so excited. But I thought too much and made another bad choice. Needless to say, I was unable to get back through as other folks had clogged the system with their orders. Tickets sold out in like 15 minutes. It is things like this that make me hate myself, and I never change. And I guarantee you all that game 2 will probably be the greatest game in finals history, if nothing else just because I was stupid enough to somehow not buy tickets that were practically in my hands. Is there a way to keep from perpetually shooting yourself in the foot?