giving tuesday an identity links

tuesday has no identity – i’m sure i have covered that in the past but i’m too lazy to look. if you’re around me enough, you know i repeat sometimes. monday is recovering from the weekend, wednesday is already halfway to friday, thursday is pretty much the weekend and friday is just for drinking and golf. tuesday, though, has no real identity. help tuesday have identity by wasting your work day reading some of this stuff:

random snippets from women who watch porn. i think most women are open to watch but they play coy in public. maybe nsfw for bad words if your work has a content-filtering system like robert half in pleasanton where my sister works [asylum.com]

i suppose the concept of keeping your daughter pure for as long as possible is reasonable, but this is just too damn creepy [nytimes]

stop crying about $4 gas when berlin has $8 gas. no wonder they drink a lot of beer there – they’re all staying home and can’t afford to drive anywhere [nytimes]

esquire magazine shows what 75 skills that all men should have. i counted 21 of them for myself and the other 50ish are utterly lacking. don’t laugh, i can name a couple guys right now that could cover less than half of my list. if you want to know what made my list, email me [esquire]

marcos at the lake

the weekend had some pretty hot temps and so it was a good opportunity to hit up the lake’s various play facilities late into the evening, jockeying with all the asian and indian parents and their kids in fremont. it’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it seems they are all at the park every time i go. i can think of worse ethnic groups to be surrounded by.

liz came out this time to hang out. i’m gonna miss her when she’s in sd :\

what a younger brother is good for

let’s hope marcos appreciates his new younger brother better than this kid. i mean, if they had a bet going, then it’s probably ok, or maybe they switch off every 10 minutes. or maybe the kid on the bottom lost at rock band and that was the penalty.

still haven’t settled on a name for the new boy – any and all suggestions welcomed.