… but it’s not unwelcome. According to researchers, men get health benefits from looking at busty women.
It reminds me of the days I used to get up early to watch “20 Minute Workout.” I used to joke that it got my heartrate up even if I only sat and watched it. Apparently, I wasn’t wrong.
Now to adjust my workout plans.
Ten years ago today, I posted the first article on my first website. That blog lasted a little more than three years. I moved from there to here so that I could obtain my own domain.
There’s nothing significant in that first post (or, indeed, most of my posts), but it’s interesting to me to see some of the sites I had in my blogroll back then.
There are so many holidays anymore that I doubt that there’s a day in the year that isn’t multi-purpose, so to speak. New holidays are being proposed all the time (International Talk Like A Pirate Day, Festivus, and Kwanzaa, for example). Dave Barry points out this one, which has been in existence for a few years. It doesn’t appear that there are any suggested activities that have risen to the level of traditions for National Cleavage Day, however, so feel free to celebrate today in any appropriate manner.
Probably not – I doubt that there are many who read this blog. However, my ISP recently upgraded things, and I was unable to access admin mode for a while. I’ve got a different interface to deal with now, but it shouldn’t be a problem.
It’s likely time for another Miscellany post; I have a bunch of accumulated links to deal with.
Marion and I will be going out for a nice dinner tomorrow night, so tonight I cooked. We had seared spice-rubbed ahi tuna with wild mushroom couscous.
Other people celebrate differently. I have cats, but this would never occur to me (although I did give them some catnip this evening).
As an engineer, I find this dating advice for engineers to be both apt and amusing.
And, sometimes, it’s not about love.
… since I’ve posted anything. I’ve got a few hundred links I’ve accumulated that I could dump, but I haven’t felt like dumping them yet. I was on vacation in New York from just before Christmas until just before New Year’s Eve. I had a good time, and got introduced to Armenian Mulberry Vodka, which is wonderful, although I’ve been unable to find the same brand online.
Currently, I’m missing out on a Pompeii exhibit that I had a ticket for, because I’ve been sick for the last few days, and today is actually the worst so far. There’s apparently something horrible running around. I just hope this clears up soon – I’ve got a ticket for a different museum show tomorrow, and I can’t afford to lose much more time from work at the moment.
I’d have noted that it was 12/12/12 12:12:12.
Then again, my lunch was more important than that coincidence.
I won’t say that I live and die by 3×5 cards, but I use a fair number of them. I take notes, copy recipes, write down dance steps, save web pages, contact information, and so on. Every now and then, I find some cards I haven’t seen in a while. A few days ago, I found a stack of cards I hadn’t seen in a while. Probably a long while, but there’s no date information on the card.
Beside the URL of a defunct website and the title and author of a book that I thought I might want to acquire, the card contains the following list:
- Naval Mine Warfare
- Pollinator Protection
- Friends of Liechtenstein
- Contaminated Drywall
I’m pretty certain that there’s no common thread there, but there’s nothing else on the card to let me know why I copied these topics down, or from where. Still, I can tell that I wrote the list as a single entity – it wasn’t something I added to over a period of time – so I’m intrigued by the possibility that there is a common thread, if I can just remember or deduce it.