11:30pm, Wednesday night. It’s late, the lights are low, and everything’s winding down. You’re not sneaking in a quick read at work. You’re not on your lunch break; squeezing in a quick eat and read before you head back to the rat race. Oh no. It’s just you, me, and the incandescent glow of your computer screen.

Which means it’s time for In the Present Tense: After Dark.

By day, Kevin Marshall: In the Present Tense provides humorous and/or insightful editorials on various aspects of the young male lifestyle and the world around us. By night, it’s all about the ladies. So guys, take a powder. Go read Chuck Miller’s post about the “Sports Challenge” quiz show or J. Eric Smith’s surefire equation for determining a good bracket for March Madness. Me and the ladies gotta talk news.

Sexy news.

Tonight’ Sexy News: RPI announced that the speaker for the 2010 Commencement Ceremony will be none other than the director of the White House Office of Budget & Management, Peter Orszag.

Awwwwwwwww yeah.

Peter’s got the moves, economically…and physically. A number-cruncher by day and playboy by night, Peter gained notoriety for both his manipulation of numbers and the ladies. He’s regularly spotted around town with a hot young news personality. A coast to coast heartbreaker, Peter will make his stop in the Capital Region to talk to the graduating class. But ladies, it’s you that’s getting an education.

This stud’s going to heat up your grill this Memorial Day. Good thing you got Monday off.

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7 Responses to In the Present Tense: After Dark

  1. bpd says:

    Please provide link to sexy saxophone music.

  2. Kari says:

    I read this, after the intro, with Isaac Hayes’ voice in my head. Oohhh yeahhh…

  3. Rob Madeo says:

    Isaac Hayes: Everything is different… After Dark.

  4. Chuck Miller says:

    Forget Isaac Hayes. You gotta go REAL old-school… break out the Teddy Pendergrass and Barry White albums.

  5. Really? I’m the representative of butch manly blogs for late night at the TU? Wow. You’ve obviously never seen me on the dance floor, young Blog Padewan. A move I bust, hmmm?

    In re Isaac Hayes, I got three words: “Hot Buttered Soul.” It’s the sexiest album in the universe, and Ike’s rap intro in “By The Time I Get to Phoenix” gives that song so much meaning it hurts. But in the good way, namsain?

  6. Dude, compared to us clowns, you’re the manliest of the bunch here.

    And you, sir, have not seen ME on the dance floor, Master. Great fear I sense in this one. (because I’m terrible at it)

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