I’ve done dance for 50 years. I’m 63. I hike 14ers. I can do 8 straight hours of massage therapy. Interpretive Dance compared to projectile vomiting? No. Just your comment reminds me of projectile vomiting, homophobe! Good luck with your bowling league and your weight problem.
I took dance in high school and college. I think it’s cool that Nelson’s mom is letting him do that (and that Brian is letting them do that). I’ve been dancing for 50 years now and it has enriched my life and my health immeasurably. I have a rewarding career and a loving family. So if you think “interpretive dance” is somehow flakey, easy, or un-manly – I emphatically beg to differ. (Beats the heck out of blood pressure medication & angst for the rest of your life!) Rock on, Brian Crane!
It seems the only thing that’s bonding you guys (males) is your abhorrence of trump and his ilk. You all sound like someone peed in your coffee, (and you’re arguing about the flavor); not like this the beginning of the end of a horrific era. Myself, I’m smiling, and chuckling at Trudeau’s brilliant depiction of T’s squalid last days. Enjoy your coffee.
Nice! (My first comment here, after reading U for a long time…) Sometimes your stuff borders on — Coyote poetry . The beauty of the vulgar! Keep it up! I love the lack of cynicissism in this one, & appreciation of the Spark of Life!
So apparently, from these 10,000 comments, the phrase “family friendly” means not even alluding to (implying) sex. (Or, God forbid, birth control) . Too bad! … Totally unrelated fun fact: States that are conservative (and presumably don’t talk about, or have comics alluding to, sex) have higher rates of teen pregnancy. Why? The reign of ignorance. So yea, let’s not talk about sex or have comics alluding to it, until the children are - oh say 16? 18? And pregnant? … Anyway, sorry about the soap box chat; I need some breakfast. Tally Ho, and rock on, Greg! So cool to see your work evolve!
Really? OK. How’s life on the International Space Station? Nasa must be pretty strict.
Hi Caledonia, Number one, I never mentioned “fat bellies and thighs” in my post. Those words are not there. Those hurtful words are from you, not mine. Number two: Sorry if my post was too long for you. I’ll make them shorter in the future. Number three: I always take “advice” from strangers that are actually sneering put downs, eg, “Go get help” – Not! Number four: I know what body shaming is. Do you think I could be an effective massage therapist for 40 yrs without knowing about people’s body issues? Finally, sorry if you have been shamed, as I have too in my life (especially as a child). Didn’t mean to press your buttons.
Hee hee! “Truth comes from the mouths of babes!”
Hi Caldonia, I only read one “body shaming” comment, among several that were quite positive. But I have to agree w that one in principle - as a body worker (massage therapist) for 40 years, it makes me sad to see people let themselves go, as they age, as if the body was an afterthought; after the courtship chapters of peoples lives. We as a country are really full of obese, out of shape people — we are known in Europe as a culture of the overweight. This does have an effect on the overall integrity of our country…! An (on average) unfit, listless people has more sick days, >> a weaker economy, etc. OK enough soap boxing. I wish us all a healthy, happy new year, Luann and Jack and all us many loyal readers! <3
Man, I love this guy! For a muscle bound young man, he has some good savvy going on (eg, animals, optimism, openness to new experiences & discovery of strengths) ! Listen up please, Luann! You might actually get some wisdom from …. your body ! (Egad!)