Dec 17th 2010 11:05PM I'm all in favor of men (well, people) wearing clothes that are attractive, reasonably sexy, and tasteful... but not actually disturbing. That's why you need a better picture from the front! After all that discussion, the photos are anticlimactic, because they hardly show The Bulge at all. How are we supposed to figure out if the Jeggings actually do reveal "way too much"?
Other than that unresolved question, the pants look fine to me, actually very normal. Wear them if you like them, don't if you don't. That's sort of a civil right these days - for either sex - don't you think?
Also, try them for spring or summer. At least that way you won't freeze your butt off.
Nov 17th 2010 1:08PM She is very very beautiful below the neck. (That would ordinarily be a crude remark, but in this case...)
Sep 30th 2010 9:32AM Congratulations! Your video proves that a mosquito can be burned up by a laser.
Coming up: Mosquito shot by bullet.
Mar 12th 2010 12:43AM Great post. I'm sure it's an instinct for men (and often women too) to look at breasts. Clearly that's part of the evolutionary value of breasts for females: their appearance announces the female as female, and as such they attract the male. Prominent breasts are not necessary for lactation; in that duty, small ones work just fine. Also, as infants, we must find the mother's breast in order to get nourishment and survive! If that doesn't confer evolutionary advantage to a breast-seeking behavior, I don't know what would.
The trick is to learn to look hard and memorize an image of whatever attracts us about another person's body, then study the image in our minds. It's less obtrusive, and actually more satisfying once you learn how to capture the whole picture with one intense look. Then close your eyes and see more than you might expect.
I learned that trick when I was 12 years old, from a girl we boys loved to stare at. She would say, "Take a picture, it lasts longer." Many years later I finally figured out how to follow her wise advice.
Feb 1st 2010 12:35PM @fisher See FCC comment above. These are his last moments of freedom.
Nov 6th 2009 10:53AM This is a pretty good rendition of "Daisy," even by today's standards. Sadly, the quality of computer singing has advanced very little since 1963.
Oct 25th 2009 8:06AM I agree it's incorrect to say that contrails contribute to climate change. Rather, it's the jet exhaust that does so. Consider that each long-distance hop uses some two tons of jet fuel. For the relatively long-chain hydrocarbons which constitute the fuel, almost all the mass burned is released as CO2, at the same time the combustion is removing oxygen from the atmosphere to provide the two oxygens in each CO2 molecule. Add to this the scary fact that all this CO2 is injected directly into a vulnerable part of our atmosphere, more than 6 miles above Earth's surface.
Sep 19th 2009 11:06AM This is an utterly transparent attempt to fire up public indignation in advance of a big lawsuit. It's another sad travesty of news, another typical example of manipulating the public in search of profits.
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