Friday, February 24, 2017

siesta con brio

"It's just three little letters," said Per-Erik Muskos jovially, brushing off a suggestion that he is interfering in people's private lives. "S-e-x."
Mr Muskos, a councillor in a small Swedish town, hit the headlines this week after proposing that municipal employees should be allowed a break from their working day to have sex....
Mr Muskos's lively idea is only the latest example of officials pushing procreation, as countries around the world find their birth rates in the doldrums.
Municipal exigencies, I guess.


  1. Could be a boom in bureaucracy jobs coming.

  2. How patriotic!

    Never knew about similar benefits in other countries.

    Does Per-Erik allow single employees to frequent nearby singles bars and troll the net looking for perfect matches?

    Will he be sued by gay employees?

    What about post menopausal women?

    What about contributors to the local sperm banks?

    Seems like certain countiies should being welcoming immigrants.

  3. Such views explain why I despite not being a celibate, am potentially still a virgin today, we won't know what we won't know. "I am often accused of interfering in the private lives of citizens. Yes, if I did not, had I not done that, we wouldn't be here today. And I say without the slightest remorse, that we wouldn't be here, we would not have made economic progress, if we had not intervened on very personal matters - who your neighbour is, how you live, the noise you make, how you spit, or what language you use. We decide what is right. Never mind what the people think." ~ Lee Kuan Yew