Monday, March 8, 2010

So I'm talking to this used car salesman...

What would you consider a "slut?" How many women or men would a 21 year old male or female have to sleep with to be considered a slut? Think about it, and then get out there are start hooking up!

As long as an individual does not consider thyself to be a slut it would seem that one could justify going out more often, right? And then they could proceed to hook up more often! This world needs more love and sex! Less violence! (unless you like violent sex, if you do I have someone for you to meet, MERVIN get over here!) Make it happen Corvallis! Get out there and love each other!

Sean Manns

Friday, March 5, 2010

Shelly Lorts, a girl after my own heart

Anybody catch Shelly Lorts's little slice of cynicism in Thursday's Barometer? You can read it here if you want, or just trust my synopsis: Attraction is physical, and people hook up with people of the same level of physical attractiveness.

Last night my man Sean was fuming about this! He come onto my show to whine about it in his usual, hypocritical romantic style, while I just threw out facts and statistics to back up my fellow pessimist, Ms. Lorts. It's just economics, brother Sean. What's the incentive for a hottie to get with a fugly? Doesn't compute.

You talk about personality, but there are plenty of hot guys and girls with great personality. Zooey Deschanel doesn't have to step down to your level to get her intellectual jollies. Why do you think God let us invent alcohol if not to blur the otherwise cold, precise eyes of our physical betters? You just have to picture the incentive structures, baby!

Anyway, I'm going to try to get Shelly Lorts to become a regular contributor on my fantastic show, The Ministry of Love. If she's sane and can't make a midnight time slot, I guess I'll let her do a Manbots segment if Sean can motivate his lazy College-of-Business butt enough to ask her. Check out the rest of Shelly Lorts's musings on her blog, Landing on Venus, or just read the Barometer like a good kid should.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Does Love Conquer All?

What does everybody think about life? (Pretty easy question, right?) Do you side with Mervin or do you side with Sean Manns? Cynicism vs. Non-cynicism. Negative thought process with a little so called facts thrown into the mix vs. positive thought with so called ideals thrown into the mix.

In the end, have fun, live life, be positive, believe in people (Sean Manns)


Get down with Mervin

I will say that after entering any of the mens bathrooms in the library one is likely to stop believing that people are all they're cracked up to be!