What makes a person look older?
Grey hair? Mom jeans? A few extra pounds?
According to the announcers calling the UK-Florida basketball game —
The announcer actually called them ‘cheaters’ when he spied them in the crowd on UK superfan and actress Ashley Judd. You could hear his disbelief, his teenage fantasies becoming as blurry as the words on her game day program.
She had aged before his very eyes.
One word: progressives.
Posted in Basketball, College, Commentary, Design, Fashion, Health, Humor, Life, Sports, Television
Tagged age, announcers, Ashley Judd, basketball, cheater glasses, college, commentary, design, eyes, Fashion, Florida, glasses, Health, Humor, life, looking old, progressives, reader glasses, Sports, superfan, Television, UK Wildcats
I have seen a lot of articles of late on how to achieve the desired posture while sitting at my desk.
I didn’t use to have to worry about this kind of thing.
The folks who requisitioned my office furniture did.
But I home office — like more and more workers out there — so now the ergonomics of our home office space is up to us.
You can spend a lot of money on desks and chairs and ‘strategery’ your layout, but some spine czars say simple things like putting a pillow behind your back can make a big difference.
My favorite piece of advice?
Put a book on your head. Your body automatically aligns itself to maintain balance. I’ve tried this one, and it works — on me, a little too well.
You see, my head is really flat. I can slump and the book stays.
(That’s why I like this method so much.)
Posted in Business, Design, Family, Friends, Health, Home, Humor, Life, Philosophy
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I’ve mentioned here before that I’m claustrophobic.
It’s getting worse instead of better.
I had to have another closed MRI yesterday, and unlike my experience a couple of years ago, I was a bit of a wreck.
The technician used all the bells and whistles to calm my fears — and trick my brain — into thinking I wasn’t in a narrow, closed tube.
But they didn’t work this time.
When I got home, I started reading up on possible therapies, cures even, for this debilitating fear. Guess what the first recommendation is?
Get an MRI.
Posted in Health, Humor, Life
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Lots of people make spectacles of themselves — the Egg included — but this guy is doing it for all the right reasons:
So if you see him — and his very large ball — in your travels, connect!
(And make a donation if you can.)
Posted in Entertainment, Health, Humor, Internet, News, Walking
Tagged balls, connections, donation, giant ball, Health, Humor, life Internet, news, spectacle, testicular cancer, walking, Youtube
Tonight was sponsored by the letter Z…
…as in I fell asleep on the couch soon after I ate dinner, and woke up around 11.
(Perhaps it was sponsored by many Zzzzzzzzz’s.)
When I did wake up, my first thought was, “Man, I”m ready for bed.”
I must be catching up on sleep I lost back in college or something.
That’s a thing, right?
Posted in Health, Humor, Life, Relationships
Tagged catching zzzzs, college, Health, Humor, life, naps, Relationships, sleep, the letter z
Wow. Crack me up.
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Tagged butt, butt crack, comedy, comics, commentary, crack me up, diet, eat butter, fat, food, Health, Humor, life, magazine, this just in, time