Lechery – inordinate indulgence in sexual activity.
( inordinate – disorderly, unregulated, excessive, exceeding reasonable limits )
Lecher – a man who engages in lechery.
Lascivious – filled with or showing sexual desire.
Glutton – a person who eats too much.
Gluttony – the act or habit of eating or drinking too much.
Most suburban neighborhoods tout beautiful large green lawns, shrubs, trees, etc. Want to know what all that stuff means?
It means the LOUD, INCESSANT, UNENDING ROAR of gas power tools.
In my neighborhood, from early Spring till mid Fall (nearly 7 months a year), every weekend from sun up to sun down you’ll hear the roar of gas engines. If it isn’t neighbor X with his lawn mower, it’s another with his roto-tiller, or gas-pressure washer, or gas-blower, or gas-edger, etc.
Many of my neighbors throw on their ear protection, start up their mowers and spend the next 20 to 30 minutes creating a commotion that can be heard throughout the entire neighborhood.
It’s a beautiful spring weekend and you want to throw the windows open and let the fresh breeze and sounds of spring in- FORGET IT! Beautiful weather brings out the gas power tools in droves. Keep those windows shut! Forget about that out-door party.
While your eyes may be feasting on the beautiful green yards, to your ears, you might as well be living on a go-kart track.
Is it true that a softball is larger than a baseball because women are not capable of hitting and catching a baseball?
Women generally have smaller hands than men, yet softball is played with a larger ball than baseball. Am I the only one puzzled by this?
If anything, softball should be played with a ball that is slightly smaller than a baseball. Go figure.
Those with larger hands play with a smaller ball. What????
Are women being intentionally handicapped or patronized?
Want to make MLB more interesting?
- Move the pitcher’s mound back a foot or 2, or 3.
- Shrink the diamond by a yard or so.
This will result in more hits, more runs, more catches. In short: more action.
This will increase baseball viewership, ratings, earnings, and profits.