Comments: Only In NYT Fantasyland

We have a couple of guys at church that will do this. Heck one is older than I am. It just ain’t right.

Posted by jim at July 15, 2005 08:53 PM

It's just plain tacky.

Posted by Sarah G. at July 15, 2005 09:46 PM

Re: showing hairy, I do not look at people's ankles so I shall not comment on this except to say: "we are primates and primates are hairy". Actually, looking at my own ankles right now, mine are not hairy, but then again, I am not a hairy person. Hmm. Sharing or scaring?

In other news:
1. Nice site design, a bit minimalist, which is my preference.

2. I read about your 'recent' trip to Pensacola, FL; I grew up in P'cola and my parents reside there even today. My wife and I bought some bluff acreage next to Sewanee a few years back for a vacation cabin. As soon as time and money permit such, we'll try buying to coastal property in P'cola for the development of the same.

Well, enough from my side. It was good to see you yesterday at Harris Teeter. Please give Justin my best.


Posted by David Royal at July 16, 2005 01:58 PM

"Ew" is right, Jordana. The suit and sockless look is dreadful -- so dreadful that I think I'd sooner see a man in bathing trunks with cowboy boots on! So how bad is that? ;)

Posted by Roberta S at July 17, 2005 10:53 AM


Course, out here in Colorado there's a fellow in Mr OotFP's office whom you can always hear coming because of his flip-flops. And these are right special flip-flops, dontcha know, because the sole hauls a BEER BOTTLE OPENER.

I am not making this up.

Posted by Patricia at July 17, 2005 03:48 PM

What would the NY Times know? Real men wear sweat socks, that they buy in packs of six from Target, Costco, or (in my case in Manhattan) from guys on the street corners.

Wussy men buy "no-show" socks. What are you supposed to pull up to your knees while wearing shorts when you're 70? Blech.

Posted by skinnydan at July 18, 2005 08:21 AM