Archive for February 22nd, 2012

Dancing Without Dollars

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Women really love to dance. And I just don’t mean ballerinas, strippers, belly-dancers and bimbos.  I mean everyday lawyers, nurses, stay-at-home Moms and just about all of them.  Go to any club or party and women will be dancing with each other and sometimes even alone.

But most men would rather go to the dentist than go dancing (except a few who dance with other men).  You can find the guys leaning on the bar or in a group of their buds at a party.


A recent study stated that women love to dance because it “frees” them of inhibiting physical behavior in socially-acceptable ways – in a safe environment.  They can rhythmically slink, jiggle, step, bounce, gyrate, spin, twirl, pendulate, shake their asses, and make sexual moves WITHOUT over-exciting alpha males who just want to see them waving their feet at the ceiling.

Don’t Be An Ash-Hole

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

It would not be a good idea today to wipe from your friend’s forehead that  unattractive smudge. Today is Ash Wednesday – an important Holy Day for Catholics.

Of course, few Catholics remember why they get the smudge. I think it has something to do with America converting from coal to electricity,  or a remembrance of the day Tammi Faye Baker converted to Catholicism, or what you would look like after confessing to a mortal sin on Saturday afternoon, doing your penance – getting to third base with your girl Saturday night – then dying in a horrible car accident before you got to Communion Sunday morning. I forget – something like that.

Anyway, I always questioned the Catholic faith. I wondered ‘where did the priest get all those ashes?” Burnt holy cards? Bonfire remnants from alter boy camp?

OK – it may not be important to you, but really where did the priest get those ashes?’

Turn On the Radio And Sing Happy Birthday

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Today is Heinrich Rudolf Hertz’s 155th birthday. He’s the guy who showed that electricity can be transmitted via electromagnetic waves that signaled the way toward developing wireless telegraph, radio, and radar. The electromagnetic unit ‘Hertz’ is named after him.

The elegant symbol above is today’s home page on Google.