* I miss him. * It’s a constant struggle for me to feel good about myself. * Why did he have Grindr open? * I was born just a little too soon. (Not meaning I’m a premie, just that nearly all my friends are younger than me) * I should just delete my twitter & tumblr. * Envy doesn’t look good on anyone. * I feel bad for the girl, but not bad enough to say something to her about it. * I miss him.
On the Huffington Post, there was a link to a story on the possible formation of a Tequila Party by Latino lawmakers if there is a lack of action on Immigration reform, that’s all fine-and-dandy, I think it’s good to have this kind of passionate advocacy, however, I feel like the LGBTQ…
It keeps colds way. Having sex once or twice a week has been linked with higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A or IgA, which can protect you from getting colds and other protections.
It eases stress. Sex lowers blood pressure and reduces overall stress, according to Scottish research.
It keeps you slim. Depending on how acrobatic you are, 30 minutes of sex burns 55 calories or more. It may not sound like much, but it adds up.
It helps your heart. While we’ve all seen movies where an old man has a heart attack while getting his groove on in bed, the truth is having sex twice or more a week can actually reduce the risk of a fatal heart attack.
It helps you sleep. The oxytocin released during orgasm also promotes sleep, according to research.
It helps you fit below the belt. Doing a few pelvic-floor muscle exercises known as Kegels during sex offers a couple of benefits: You will enjoy more pleasure, and you’ll also strengthen the muscles and minimize the risk of incontinence later in life.
It helps you live longer. Many experts such as Dr. Oz, report that having sex extends your life by years.
Sometimes I have to pull my head out of the tumlbrsphere and listen to what’s actually going on in my immediate vicinity. A coworker said something that put things in a different light. Pennsylvanians have had the bumbling drunk uncle Ed in the Governors mansion for 8 years now, unable to balance a budget and trying to run programs in rural Pennsylvania in the same manner he’d try to do them in Philadelphia.
Bring in the ragin’ cajun James Carville’s description of Pennsylvania as Philadelphia and Pittsburgh with Alabama in the middle. As much as Onorato tried to distance himself from Rendell’s administration, it was too great of a task to actually accomplish.
Rural Pennsylvanians don’t want to hear that an administration wants to turn I-80 in to a toll road (that runs almost exclusively through rural areas) to raise funds that will benefit urban transportation systems. Nor do they want yet another governor who is unable to balance a budget, clean up the state bidding process or provide annual raises to state employees while the legislature and administration take them for themselves.
It was too daunting a task.
The onus is now on the Republicans. The Presidential race will begin now and if they don’t work with the Democrats to pull things together in the next two years, they can’t lay the blame at the feet of Obama. It’s time for everybody to man up, take responsibility, and chill out. Let’s start working on initiatives and goals based on the needs of the people not the tales of the media. Fact is not a four letter word. Let’s start acting like it.