Speaking of asses, something my fiance may curtail at any moment, my daily morning treadmill at the J is becoming a view of asses and elbows on the elipticals placed in front of the treadmills.
The bigger the better, I always say, and am sometimes rewarded. Makes the 45 minutes go faster for sure.
I used to razz Mr. Boy about wearing shorts in the winter. Still do on occasion. But he’s got nothing on the two cute middle-school girls I saw climbing Hart hill the other morning in 38 degree weather. They had on very short shorts. I couldn’t enjoy the view I felt so sorry for them.
An Austin realtor-ess of exceptional beauty, despite the airbrushing of her obvious attributes here. She specializes in million-plus luxury homes. No surprise.
This is old. But funny. And I missed it. So I’m making up for it now.
Via Mouth of the Brazos
Web creator Tim Berners-Lee on taking back control of the Web:
“We must work together with web companies to strike a balance that puts a fair level of data control back in the hands of people, including the development of new technology such as personal ‘data pods’ if needed and exploring alternative revenue models such as subscriptions and micropayments.”
That’s just for a start. But nowhere on his list do I see banning auto-play video, which I would think would be a necessary first step to getting back our control of data.
Our own Mr. Goon says this translates as “And God said to Noah make a backup, I’m going to format this thing.”