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I'm in the top third!

I made it to the top third!  There’s me, right there, at number 27 of 2016’s Top 100 Sex Bloggers! Clicky that little badge there and it takes you to the list. 42 more words

Non-Fiction

This may be the end

I’ve just been to the Kruger National Park for a couple of days and gosh, it was astonishing. The game lodge, Africa on Foot, is gorgeous and rustic, we had elephant wandering through camp, saw lion bring down a buffalo, met fabulous people, swam, ate delicious food, watched the birds and bees, ambled with giraffe and drank single malt under magnificent African sunsets. 358 more words

Sex

Soulmates? That's bullshit!

We have always had a love for history. Every day that passes by becomes history. And anyone who has ever read those lousy history books can agree that they are filled with revolutions that changed the world be it the French Revolution or the White Revolution. 428 more words

Torched

Warning!  Explicitly Suggestive Adult Imagination At Work

Oh!  Touch me kiss my trembling mouth
hotly breath and moan your intentions
all over me bite my neck extend for me… 239 more words

Rob's Ruminations

Sexual violence against men

This is an hard phenomenon to understand, as it’s very hard to find data about it. The sources I found so far are few, and… 402 more words

Society

No, Mass. does not need stricter gun laws. The reason is that as far as I am aware no gun law passed has saved a single life. Gun laws, like it or not only affect those who obey the law, criminals by definition are not obedient to the law. At best restrictive gun laws only disarm citizens who pose no obvious threat to anyone. In Orlando, it was the system that failed, I have read that the gunman (a licensed security guard, was investigated by the FBI on at least three occasions, he is said to have also made threatening remarks to fellow employees, however, the employer did nothing. I am sure this is due to the gunman's ethnicity, anyone other than this man would have been unceremoniously fired and the possibility exists that this terrible event would never have taken place. Lawful gun owners take their responsibility very seriously, disarming them serves no one. The greater threat is that certain politicians have taken this opportunity to advance their own agendas, apparently oblivious to the fact that those innocent people are dead, and more may die yet. This to me is an exercise in abject vulgarity. The focus should be on the killer and what could have been done to head this off, speaking again of the FBI and the killers employer. Is it not the job of the FBI to not simply identify potential terrorists, as the man certainly was, but deal with the threat they pose? The media is as much to blame as these vulgar politicians, they spoon feed the public faulty statistics, badly researched information and parrot anything these politicians say. This is not journalism, this is as much of the problem as politicians who capitalize of other peoples suffering. Politicians, anti-gun groups and the media would have you believe that anyone can walk into the corner store, grab a 30pack and a machine gun right off the shelf without so much as a glace from the store clerk, these people are as much the problem as anything by spreading lies to people who dont have the time or the inclination to do their own research of the facts. If anyone is interested in unfiltered facts, I suggest the FBI UNIFORM CRIME REPORTS, pretty dry stuff put together mostly for other law enforcement agencies, or people who already know what they are looking for. It contains all the stats for every manner of crime in the US and some of the world. Politicians and anti-gun people never read this because it doesnt support most claims. In short, no gun law would have prevented this tragedy in Orlando, (he was after all a security agent) however, action by at least two agencies could have. This does not mean that I favor unrestricted gun sales, quite the opposite, no one I know objects to background checks, this is just good policy. If you dont already know, the purchase of a firearm is preceded by a call to the BATF to insure the purchaser is allowed to buy a firearm. In Mass. a license to carry is required, as is a basic safety course for new licensees. All of this is reasonable, and anyone who willfully uses a firearm for an unlawful purpose should at least be investigated and appropriate action taken.

Culture

Part 178: Excitement

My friend’s sister is getting married and we’re all just fucking sick about it. It’s not jealousy, for once — we really do think she is making a terrible, terrible mistake. 961 more words

Single Life