What’s he got that I haven’t?

In all the confusion, work, and excitement of the last week, including an NIH study section and a trip to give a talk, you may have thought that I’ve forgotten about a monthly feature that has been ongoing here since the very beginning and that will likely continue as long as (1) this blog exists and (2) Fleet keeps sending me calendars.

If you’re in college, as apparently our intrepid blog mascot and promoter of colon health is, March is usually the month during which your spring break appears. Of course, when I was in college at the University of Michigan, spring break used to be at the ridiculously early time of mid- to late Februrary, but that was just U. of M. (I hope). And what do students do on spring break? Head to Florida or Cancun or someplace warm to hit the beaches, drink beer, and chase the opposite sex. Although you may not know it from his calm, smiley demeanor, our intrepid blog mascot is quite the ladies’ man, and here he is proving it yet again?


What’s he got that I ain’t got, besides a rather large appendage on his head to be used for unmentionable purposes? Oh, and a cape. I’m guessing the cape has something to do with it.

You know, I don’t know what’s more disturbing, EneMan posing nude last month or this.


  1. #1 llewelly
    March 4, 2007

    weird. I spent every break working as much possible in an ultimately futile attempt to pay my way through college. (no, I never got any financial aid, student loans, or anything else). If I had any ‘free time’ – I spent it reading next quarter’s textbooks.

  2. #2 Ahistoricality
    March 4, 2007

    Look at the size of those hands! You know what they say….

  3. #3 Amy Alkon
    March 4, 2007

    How odd that Eneman is posing with chicks, since everybody (well, anybody who’s as much of a fag hag as I am) knows that the primary users of enemas are gay men!

  4. #4 llewelly
    March 5, 2007

    That’s not odd, Amy. It’s just another reason why they’re willing to pose with him.

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