Topic what are you drinking?
02 Oct 2015 03:53
Earl grey Tea! It's 6:30 in the morning, what the hell did you expect?
Topic Let Me Ask You This...
29 Sep 2015 04:00
Like Mysteria said, "There's a time and a place for everything". I, personally, never had any piercing done (Damn, that must hurt! And to what purpose?) but don't have a problem with people who do, provided they don't go off the deep end.The same can be said for tattoo's. Some women look very sexy, some do not. Having never kissed a girl with a lip or tongue piercing, I can't say whether it would be a turn on or not.
As for your dilemma, shed them if and when you want. After all, they are a part of you. But keep in mind, fair or not, you might not be taken as seriously in the business world with ' face furniture' as one of the other posters, put it.
How's that for a non answer? Should I run for President?
Topic The WORST movie you ever saw
21 Sep 2015 10:18
West Side Story. I can't wrap my head around gang members dancing down 125th St. back when it was a place not to be without an armed guard.
Topic Who should be the next US president?
21 Sep 2015 10:10
Getting back on point, it seems we have a lot of choices, none of which are particularly good.
On the Democratic side, you have xerox Joe,who needs to declare one way or the other. Is he running, or is he not? Bernie is waaaay to far to the left for most Americans. Which leaves Hillary. Frankly, I have too many questions about her character. I'd have liked her a whole lot more if she'd kicked slick Willy to the curb after they left the White House showing that she has some balls. The Bengazi business is troublesome, as is the e-mail controversy. How can she be an effective leader with all that baggage?
As for the Republicans, the Donald is much too bombastic. Granted, he asks questions that a great number of us would like answered, but does it in such a way as to polarize America further than it already has been polarized. Too many of the Republican candidates are so rooted in the establishment that they are totally unrecognizable. Many of us in America are tired of the same old bullshit. Chris Christie comes across as a bully (a slight over-generalization).The most able Bush comes across as namby-pamby and something of a bumbler. How can you misunderstand a question regarding your brother's actions in office? The outsiders look good because they haven't been tainted by politics, but does that make them any better?
All that having been said, personally I like Gentle Ben. He's intelligent without being arrogant (a difficult thing for a Brain Surgeon). He's erudite, but doesn't make those around him seem stupid. He's an outsider. How can he do any worse than what we've suffered through for so many years.
Topic February Fast Approaches... Donald Trump is being taken seriously... Should we be TERRIFIED???
19 Aug 2015 04:13
While Mr. Trump is not afraid to speak his mind and has the stones to do so unapologetically, there is something very un-presidential about him. (at the very least -his hair!) The same can be said for almost every one of the 20 some candidates for the office. Hillary has shown a lapse in good judgement, Bernie, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, have fringe following, but not much else, Chris Christie is a bully. The list goes on ad-nauseum. Lyndon Johnson worked his congress and got results, Teddy Roosevelt was able to both speak his mind and be presidential at the same time. (I think we need to bring him back!)
Topic what are you drinking?
14 Aug 2015 03:32
Earl Grey Tea. (What else would you be drinking at 6:30 in the morning?)
Topic sweet sexy panties
13 Aug 2015 08:45
Topic Do you guys actually like going down on girls?
10 Aug 2015 07:18
Like the song says:
Nothin' could be finer than to lick your damp vagina
In the mornin'
Nothing' could be sweeter than my sweety when I eat her in the mornin'
At least I think those are the words!
Topic Post a random fact
16 Jul 2015 07:38
The backup singer on Sam Cooke's hit single, "Bring It On Home To Me" was none other than the late, great Lou Rawls!