Linkage

Paleo Retiree writes:

About Paleo Retiree

Onetime media flunky and movie buff and very glad to have left that mess behind. Formerly Michael Blowhard of the cultureblog 2Blowhards.com. Now a rootless parasite and bon vivant on a quest to find the perfectly-crafted artisanal cocktail.
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4 Responses to Linkage

  1. epiminondas says:

    Sex and flirtation in the office? No, no, no. It almost NEVER works out. However, if you want to chase booty over in the company across the street…go for it!

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  2. ironrailsironweights says:

    Not long ago I had some dealings with a 30-ish man who actually was autistic, albeit a very high-functioning one. For all the trendiness of autism it was the first time I’d ever really interacted with an autistic person. One thing I figured out very quickly is that if you have any doubt at all whether a person is autistic, he isn’t. Real autism is plainly and immediately obvious even if you can’t see whether the person’s feet are stacked.
    This also means that most of the blogospheric nerds who can’t get poon tang actually aren’t autistic, even if they’ve self-diagnosed themselves.

    Peter

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  3. Callowman says:

    Sex and flirtation are fine at my office, as long as you run all potential sex acts and flirtatious gestures by a panel of dour feminists, retired nuns and drunken sportscasters (that last one’s to give you a fighting chance, fellas). If you can’t empanel a quorum from these categories, we’ll accept a panel of politically active lesbians, celibate schoolteachers with a history of sexual abuse, and bartenders with venereal disease, as long as you have a note from your doctor. Have at it, lads!

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  4. Sir Barken Hyena says:

    Veganism is idiocy. I really think that anyone who does it for years and years has some basic psychological problems, like a need to join a cult. Also I think many of them lie about how good they feel. And I also think I’m a seriously cynical bastard.

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