Monday, September 20, 2004

I guess this makes Jessica my ho

The existence of Jessica Pivik in this world really presents The Cap'n with a dilemma.

On the one hand, Jessica’s "sex column" is just so pointless and boring that I find it hard to justify writing about her every week.

But on the other hand, The Wisdom continues to own the market for Jessica Pivik Google searches (and it brings in steady traffic), so it’s hard to turn down the blogpimping opportunity.

I guess it’s kind of like a convenience store owner who hates having bums traffic the store, but continues to stock Thunderbird because he can sell a case a week.

Today, Jessica writes about technology and sex. I know what you’re thinking – the whole "cybersex" thing is sooooooo 1998. And you’re right.

The best part of this week’s piece is that she actually cites a TV commercial as a “source” for her fascinating insight.
Dr. Neil Clark Warren, founder of the popular online dating service eHarmony, says in his commercial that there are 29 dimensions that create compatibility and play a key role in the most successful relationships. Warren says eHarmony uses these dimensions to find the right matches for clients.

Jessica also explains the "two forms of cybersex" – quick, can you name them? – and drops what may be the two lamest technology-meets-sex jokes ever printed.

• Highly not recommended – On Top with Jessica Pivik


Post a Comment

<< Home