and Carr think of people in flyover country?
New York Times columnist David Carr responds to Bill Maher implying Alabama and Kansas are not the "smart states."
David Carr: "If it's Kansas, Missouri, no big deal. You know, that's the dance of the low-sloping foreheads. The middle places, right? [pause] Did I just say that aloud?"
Yes, you did, and we heard you.
A blog I hadn't seen before had a piece on "How do I get him to be more dominant in bed?" Which brought to mind a bit Roissy(discovered through Dr. Helen) had on how to treat a girlfriend who publicly insults you. His firm response makes sense, but there's a problem: in the current climate holding a girl's arm and saying "Don't every talk to me that way again" can get you arrested if one of her friends(or she) calls the cops. Which is the reason why most guys would want a very solid "This is what I want!" from the female before getting really aggressive.
Very strange world out there.