Friday, August 30, 2013
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Greetings to you,
I have very good subs/Housebois for placement on long term basis. Someone to help you with domestic chores, errands, cooking, cleaning, a personal assistant, a friend, lover.
I have trained each of these bois for years and ONLY expect to be rewarded for my time, effort and resources invested in training each of the bois for a long period.
The cost is affordable ( one time only ). please let me know if you are interested and i will provide details. A photo of one of the available boys is attached, more bois and complete details are available.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
After being yelled at to hustle during boot camp this morning several of the fellas stopped everything to discuss how to actually do the hustle. Despite being all pretty much the same age I was surprisingly the only one who remembered the basic moves. How could anyone forget????
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Quote of the day: “given the great management challenge faced by the oddity and infrequency with which a fork is encountered in the penile urethra”.
Please try to use it in casual conversation at least once.
Doctors in Australia have removed a 10-centimetre fork from inside an elderly man’s penis after a bizarre sexual mishap.
The 70-year-old arrived at the Canberra Hospital emergency department with a bleeding sexual organ. He told doctors he had inserted the 10cm dining fork into his urethra almost 12 hours earlier in an attempt to achieve sexual gratification.
But the utensil became stuck.
The fork was not visible but doctors were able to feel it from the outside and X-rays showed its position. Doctors considered several retrieval options before deciding to pull the fork free using forceps and “copious lubrication” while the patient was under a general anaesthetic. The elderly patient was then sent home.
The medical emergency was so rare the team of three doctors published the case in The International Journal of Surgery last month. The paper, titled “An Unusual Urethral Foreign Body”, said it was rare to see objects lodged in the lower urinary tract. It went on to list strange objects found inside other parts of the body, including needles, pencils, wire, allen keys, toothbrushes, light bulbs, thermometers, plants and vegetables, leeches, snakes, cocaine and glue.
"It is apparent that the human mind is uninhibited let alone creative," the authors wrote.
The medical team - Krishanth Naidu, Maurice Mulcahy and Amanda Chung - said the fork case was published to create discussion among the medical fraternity “given the great management challenge faced by the oddity and infrequency with which a fork is encountered in the penile urethra”.
The doctors said the motives for inserting objects into the sensitive region were difficult to comprehend. “The practice manifests primarily during states of pathological masturbation, substance abuse and intoxication and as a result of psychological compounders. “Autoerotic stimulation with the aid of self-inserted urethral foreign bodies has been existent since time immemorial and have presented an unusual but known presentation to urologists.”
They said embarrassed patients usually attempted to retrieve the item themselves, risking urethral injury and foreign body migration. The real danger was infection leading to death, because ashamed patients often delay medical treatment, they said.
Doctors generally try to avoid surgery in such situations, instead choosing an option that would minimise urothelial trauma and preserve erectile function. The authors said self-inserted male urethral foreign bodies are rare emergencies that urological and general surgeons face on occasion.
While the insertions are unusual, the paper said “any imaginable object is known to be implicated”.
Monday, August 26, 2013
Friday, August 23, 2013
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
My younger brother and I have had a life long fascination with bigfoot. We never met a movie about the creature we didn't like, no matter how bad. It all started with this "In Search of" episode. Of course it made being taken to the mountains every year for summer vacation rather nerve racking.
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Monday, August 19, 2013
Friday, August 16, 2013
When East Boston gets its new, state-of-the-art public library branch this fall, visitors will not see something that’s been beloved for decades in the old library: a series of historic maritime paintings.
Only a few of the works — which were commissioned as part of the Works Progress Administration’s public art project during the Great Depression — will be on display in a room designed just for them. But the future of these paintings is still in question. SEE FULL STORY HERE
The East Boston branch of the Boston Public Library was the first Library I worked in as a shelver back in high school. I remember these paintings well. It's a shame they weren't all restored and planned on being added into the new building.
Established in 1869, the East Boston Branch was the first municipally supported branch library in the United States. It opened in the old Lyman School with the collections of the East Boston Library Association and the Sumner Library. In 1914, the present site was built.
Soon to open:
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Thursday, August 15, 2013
This is the first killing scene in"the Maneater of Hydra" or "Isle of the dead" an obscure but somewhat regularly shown film on Creature Double Feature. As you can see it requires that you stand perfectly still underneath it remain within reach of it's tentacle like branches once it starts moving. in order that it may kill you.
If you were to step back a foot or two you would of course remain completely unharmed. DUH!
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Monday, August 12, 2013
After this morning's workout, we were talking in the locker room about a Bears against Bullies event held locally this past weekend and we all ended up singing this in the shower
Three months of cutting ended in July and now after two weeks of a liquid diet thanks to gum surgery I am contemplating a simple maintenance phase as bulking won't start until November or December. I am growing bored with my basic proteins of yogurt chicken and fish. The maintenance diet being more forgiving, will allow me to experiment with other protein sources such as beans and quinoa and of course more carbs.