Because I know you only come to my blog to read about sex, I'm giving you this nice video. It kind of ties into my review (tomorrow) of The Game by Neil Strauss, which I finished last night. I have a lot to say about the book. Okay, maybe not a lot, but at least more than one paragraph.
A little about the video: Say you're Japanese, and you're learning the English language. Well, what's the most important part of English? That's right, learning how to bed American women.
Link for those who are unable to see the embedded video.
Poem of the Day for National Poetry Month (The following poet was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry yesterday for her book Late Wife.)
"Stable" by Claudia Emerson
One rusty horseshoe hangs on a nail above the door, still losing its luck, and a work-collar swings, an empty old noose. The silence waits, wild to be broken by hoofbeat and heavy harness slap, will founder but remain; while, outside, above the stable, eight, nine, now ten buzzards swing low in lazy loops, a loose black warp of patience, bearing the blank sky like a pall of wind on mourning wings. But the bones of this place are long picked clean. Only the hayrake's ribs still rise from the rampant grasses.
Song of the Day So Says I by The Shins, who are appearing at this year's Austin City Limits Music Festival