news for 6.14.07

June 14, 2007 at 8:56 am 2 comments

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* say it ain’t so! a drought in Lynchburg, TN may cause big problems for whiskey production. “The spring used to craft Jack Daniel’s may dry up, and although the Tennessee whiskey maker is conserving the water, distillers are wondering what may happen if the spring goes dry.”

* because having one relationship isn’t stressful enough…Salon examines the ‘poly’ lifestyle, which is basically swinging but with feelings

* more adolescent boys are seeking the help of plastic surgeons to take care of their enlarged male breasts (also known as gynecomastia)…what’s wrong with the “Bro or Mansierre” designed by Krammer and Frank Costanza?

* 10 reasons that free porn does not threaten the adult industry

* Charleston paper says: “It is patently stupid to say that a college student is too young to drink a beer.” further: “In South Carolina, being old enough to get married, get a credit card, and get shot at for your country used to mean you were old enough for a cold one…then America went all stupid.” ahem, america has been stupid for quite some time now…

* In Australia, ‘Metro’s’ are out; ‘Blue-collar, manly men” are in…well, at least some females are sending the message that pink shirts are never a good idea…

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  • 1. James  |  June 14, 2007 at 11:43 am

    No, it’s really not like swinging for the most part. Swinging tends to be a solid couple who’re each others’ focus who seek sex elsewhere while poly is about people seeking relationships & emotional intimacy beyond the standard pair model. In swinging for instance, it’d be VERY unusual for a guy to get to know someone who has sex with his wife down at the club but in poly it’s normal for those 2 guys to get to know each other and be friends. Swinging is also generally more casual while witht he poly drive towards relationships deliberate families are much more common. There’s some small overlap in the groups but in general they’re not the same as people from both groups will happily explain.

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  • 2. gatorgrrl  |  June 14, 2007 at 12:20 pm

    James – sorry if you took offense to my post. In reality i was just trying to make a joke. One of my favorite shows is ‘Big Love’ (I’m assuming its no coincidence this article came out a day after the premier of it’s second season, btw). And it’s hard not to watch that show with a sense of wonder and almost envy for their incredible communication and cooperation. I know it’s only a TV show, but, for the most part, it is my only exposure to that world. I do recognize there are vast differences between the two practices, but I was simply trying to entice people to actually read the article (which argues that with the state of marriage today perhaps alternative forms of ‘happily ever after’ DO need to be explored). I wouldn’t have posted it, or anything for that matter, if i didn’t think there was some real merit in it. But thanks for your comment.

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