About RobinMaxwell760


The details of how I found my way to Lushstories are really not important, I'm just glad I did. So nice to read well thought out erotica by people willing to share their experiences, fantasies and ideas without the shame that society wants to place on them to keep us conformed and marching in single file lines. I have no backround as a writer of anything more than salutations on a greeting card. I glad my story has been well recieved by the discerning taste of Lushstories readers. .........that's enough about me, let's talk about you.

Relationship Status:
In a Relationship
Second star to the right...straight on til morning.
Local Time:
20 Jun 2018 04:00
Humm...My interests; Will the Padres ever win the series? The whispy hairs on the back of a womens neck. Will we ever stop bitching amongst ourselves long enough to fix what's really wrong? The beauty of a women's smile. Why are we so lonely when there are so damn many of us? The coo of a satisfied women. Are we the superior species or do cats have us fooled?
Just some of the things that interest me.
Favorite Books:
Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand. The Black Swan, Rafael Sabatini. The Dirk Pitt series by Clive Cussler.
The Gunslinger series by Stephen King.
Favorite Authors:
I read books, not authors. In my limited time here though I like the collective works of "submissivemom72" and "CumGirl". More well be added as time goes on and I read more.
Thanks to "Mindsparks" for being my first friend. Love her work, read her if you haven't.
Favorite Movies:
"Casablanca" just a classic perfect movie. "the Fifth Element" too much fun.
"Airplane!" I love good parody. "Grosse Pointe Blank" Clearly Cusack's best work.
Favorite Music:
Anything by Coletrane. Contemporary jazz: Richard Elliot, David Sandborn, etc.
80's rock! "Roxy Music" "Oingo Boingo" "Wall of Voodoo" "Simple Minds"
And chamber music, quartets mostly. Don't strain your eyes, there is no discernable pattern.


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Topic: For you that voted for Obama...
Posted: 09 Jan 2013 05:56

I'd have never expected him to do so in the first place, unless he was previously uninsured, though with his assets and income, that's highly unlikely.

Very unlikely, considering he and his family are protected for life by the best health care in the world... bought and paid for by the American tax payer (all 52% of us).

But think about it Lady X, if he and his family were on HIS health care plan it would take this argument away forever. But he's not. Humm.......


Topic: For you that voted for Obama...
Posted: 09 Jan 2013 05:51

That's flaming bullshit.
You don't even have to like the President or support him to follow simple logic. The health care act aims to provide a minimum for people who do not have insurance. A President, a congressperson, and a large portion of the middle class do not have need of its provisions, as they provide (with or without the help of their employers). The healthcare law does not ask or require those with the means to take that minimum, but it is designed to help those who currently cannot do so for themselves.

Like I said: Never question the President.....EVER!

Topic: For you that voted for Obama...
Posted: 07 Jan 2013 18:06

Well Doc, I hope you learned something...

Your question was very well written, asking an honest question, leaning neither to the right or left. Yet somehow you managed to piss off a couple of the Presidents disciples and have now suffered their wrath by being; chided, called names, ridiculed, had several aspersions cast at your character and been called a "hypocrite" even though you gave no indication as to your history in the question.

Do you have the real answer you were looking for? Did you get the answer to the question under the question you asked?

In case you missed it, the answer you no-doubt have come to is; never question the President...ever...about anything.

Good question tho, four years from now when it all kicks in many here won't remember ever being for Obamacare.


BTW: my answer is that if it's good enough for the least among us it should be good for the most among us.

Topic: Romney appraisal
Posted: 11 Oct 2012 09:53


There is no way the founder ever have a PBS station in mind when they wrote "General Welfare", they knew if things got to twisted that everything could be justified under the "general welfare" provision.

The "general welfare" the founders were talking about ment trade agreements with other powers, stability of bourders, coining money, improving harbors for trade. Not a Kermit and Grover sing a-long paid for by taxpayers.

If PBS is needed and viable then let it be fully funded by donations, no taxpayer money.
Romney just doesn't want tax dollars paying for it in these economic times, you are free to donate your little heart out to keep it going.


Topic: Romney appraisal
Posted: 11 Oct 2012 09:44

You should care.. its a major judgement error. A man that doest even realize mom jeans look fucking horrible on him wont see the forrest through the trees on other issues. He cant make the simplest of choices. Look at those fucking jeans. Its a joke.

Really kind'a creeps me out that you keep checking Romney's pants.<img src="/images/emoticons/puke.gif" alt="puke">


Topic: Philly student ridiculed by teacher for wearing Romney/Paul t-shirt.
Posted: 11 Oct 2012 09:34

I Have real bad news for everyone, the seventh seal has been broken and the Apocalypse has started.

MrNudiePants and I agree on something!!

More correctly, I agree with MrNudiePants. In My eariler post I lobbied for the teacher to be fired. The reason is if she didn't respect the position she had as teacher and believed it was more important to harass a student that was wearing a T-shirt she didn't agree with then she was in the wrong place (still might be ).


I going to change my position and adopt MrNudiePants's point that bad behavior should be made public. After all a scholol is where we send our kids to learn, from book or example, makes no difference. I could be a learning experience for the kids and the other teachers that maybe they should stick to the subject they are suppose to teach...that is what we pay them for.


P.S. sorry about those four hoursmen headed your way...my bad.

Topic: Philly student ridiculed by teacher for wearing Romney/Paul t-shirt.
Posted: 07 Oct 2012 08:29


Good thread, glad you found this story. Im confused as to an NBC affiliate covering it, wonder if they are trying to find their credibility.


The little girl was ridiculed, humiliated and otherwise tortured and the little girl is the cunt?

If the teacher had not done what she did to the girl her job would not be on the line. But you would rather blame the girl for being the victim.

If the girl were wearing an Obama t-shirt and this had happened you would demand the teachers resignation. So would I, That's the difference between us. Wrong is wrong, partisanship be damned.

If a teacher, an authority figure does this to a student in a class full of other children based on the presences of a shirt they don't approve of on political choice, then this teacher will be much happier with life in her new job at her political party headquarter answering phone calls

Topic: WARNING!!! POLITICAL!!!! DNC changes rule for party position against delegates votes!
Posted: 07 Oct 2012 08:07

WellMadeMale; thanks for setting me sooo straight. It's so clear to me now that "fitst point of contact" and "moderator" are night and day apart! How the hell did I connect those dots??? I am so sorry for referring to you as a moderator, it will never happen again. Promise. I'm going to go get a fresh bowl of post toasties now.( that was so mature)

CoopsRuthie; you are wasting your keystrokes. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Topic: Romney appraisal
Posted: 07 Oct 2012 07:50

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare , and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America."

Lol.. What a twist! Wow spinning out of control! Using that line of thought the government paying my mortgage would promote the general welfare because I would have more money to spend on other things I want from society.

CoopsRuthie that is by far, hands down, without a doubt the wildest interpretation of that verse I have ever heard. Even the ACLU isn't as brave as that.

You go girl!


Topic: Romney appraisal
Posted: 04 Oct 2012 21:19

So, in other words, the outcome of worthless shares occur in other bankruptcies as well. Which means that those left with their investments wiped away is a separate issue from the government's investment, if I understand you correctly.

No, in these words; the government has no business bailing out company's that fail be they Wall street or Detroit. It's not the governments role. The difference is unions give big to democrats and wall street investors have no union. Somehow investors in wall street and Detroit lost but a union that didn't have a penny invested now holds 17% of G.M. No other words than those.


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