I don't know if anyone has noticed, but there's been a trend recently.
People seem to be in love with using the phrase "it is what it is."
I'm not saying the phrase is used inaccurately, but how hard it is to use such a vague phrase correctly.
Sportscasters, political correspondents, economists...you name it, they've used it and I've had to hear it.
My challenge to everyone out there who is tempted to use the phrase, try to be a little more creative. One of my favorite phrases recently used "they could either be outside the tent peeing in or inside the tent peeing out." (think keeping your enemies close)
Now that's some creativity.
Let's take it up a notch people.