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I am whoever your want me to be but in the main I am a writer of erotic stories and write under a few pseudonyms. I write in many genre's but my particular favourites are Cuckold; Interracial Sex, and BDSM. Those that know me know that as well as having a passion for writing I also have a passion for encouraging new writers. I believe that there is at least one story in everyone be it erotic or not and I know that we all have thoughts that turn erotic. As someone here once told me 'Nothing, in writing, is achieved without passion.'

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So many to list.
Favorite Books:
Too many to list but if I were to choose three books that stand out then they would be Nevil Shute - A Town Like Alice; Tropic of Capricorn - Henry Miller and of course The Bible.

Recent reads include
Unleashing Demons: The Inside Story of Brexit - Craig Oliver
Broken Vows: Tony Blair The Tragedy of Power - Tom Bower
Who Rules The World - Noam Chomsky
My Journey - Tony Blair.
The Third Man - Peter Mandelson.
The End of The Party - Michael Rawnsley.
Flash Boys - Michael Lewis.
The Lewis Trilogy - Peter May.
Favorite Authors:
So many to choose from but Ian Rankin, Peter May, Robert Ludlum; John Grisham and Jeffrey Archer are particular good story tellers.
Favorite Movies:
Some favourite oldies include:

Gone Girl
The Woman in Black
Catch Me If You Can
Groundhog Day
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.

Not a great cinema goer but recents were Captain Philips and Blue Ruin
Favorite Music:
Anything but Jazz!


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Topic: Las Vegas shooting: Dozens killed in Mandalay Bay attack
Posted: 03 Oct 2017 04:57

If you could personally rewrite the laws concerning gun ownership in the U.S., what would the main highlights be?

I think the USA should follow the UK's example. Quoting from the Home Office guide on possession or ownership of firearms:-

'UK firearms policy is based on the fact that firearms are dangerous weapons and the State has
a duty to protect the public from their misuse. Gun ownership is a privilege, not a right. Firearms
control in the UK is among the toughest in the world, and as a result firearms offences continue to
make up a small proportion (less than 0.2%) of recorded crime.'

Firearms are controlled by licensing:-

'Permission to possess or to purchase or acquire a firearm will be granted to an individual who is
assessed by the licensing authority, the police, as not posing a threat to public safety and having
good reason to own the firearm. Organisations such as target shooting clubs, museums and
firearms dealers must also apply for licences if they wish to possess or use firearms. Persons
who are sentenced to a term of imprisonment of three years or more cannot possess a firearm or
ammunition (including antique firearms) at any time.'

An applicant must have a good reason to own a firearm:-

'Applicants should be able to demonstrate to the licensing authority that they require their firearm
on a regular, legitimate basis for work, sport or leisure (including collections or research). Chief
Officers are able to exercise discretion over what constitutes a good reason, judging each case on
its own merits.'

Authorising ownership:

'The police are the licensing authority for firearm and shotgun certificates as well as for firearms
dealers. The authority rests with local police forces rather than a central licensing authority
because of the local information that police will use to inform their judgement. Prohibited weapons
such as handguns are authorised by the Home Office on behalf of the Secretary of State.'

Fitness to own a firearm:-

'To decide whether a person is fit to own a firearm, the licensing authority will conduct a number
of checks which will usually include interviews, visits to the person’s property, criminal records
checks and references from friends. In addition, the applicant’s GP may be contacted.'

The full guide is almost 300 pages long dealing with such things as types of weapons and ammunition, storage etc., etc., Long winded as it may be, the fact is in the UK you just can't walk into a gun shop with ID and a handful of cash and leave with dangerous weapon. Not only is it very difficult to obtain a license to own and use a firearm there are stringent rules about their use and possession in public. There are also constant checks by the police authorities on gun owners and the public can contact the police in confidence if they have concerns about anyone who holds a licence.

Terrorist incidents aside, the UK is probably the safest place in the world to live right now.

Topic: Over or Under?
Posted: 02 Oct 2017 07:55

What! You mean you lot don't use old newspapers?

Topic: Las Vegas shooting: Dozens killed in Mandalay Bay attack
Posted: 02 Oct 2017 05:32

Heart-breaking watching this unfold.

How many more times must this happen before the NRA wakes up?

Topic: I'm inconsolable.
Posted: 02 Oct 2017 01:59

what is wrong with people??????

just download it onto your phone ffs. This is the 21st century.

But there's nothing like the physical book in your hand. I have over a hundred on my kindle but the couple of hundred or so on my bookshelves are much more precious. Also, the physical book is much easier to use. Just stick in the bookmark and pick it up again later. Kindle... fiddly buttons and scrolls and screen taps... annoying at times!

Back to the original post - I did that with a newspaper once. Had an annoying work colleague who would look over my shoulder at break times to share my paper. Cheeky bugger asked me to turn back when I turned over the page so I just tore it down the middle and handed him one half to read. Never did it again" Turns out he was a Guardian reader - says it all!

Topic: Trump's Response to Charlottesville Is Both Disappointing and Dooming
Posted: 18 Aug 2017 01:40

He is a man uniquely unsuited to actually be president for a number of reasons: the short attention span I mentioned, laziness, a lack of intellectual curiosity, a lack of any background in governance, history or diplomacy, and, in my view, the absence of a moral compass. He loves the idea of being president, the pomp, the plane and helicopters and probably the chocolate cake and ice cream at the White House. He does not like briefing books and has asked for one page reports with bullet points on policy issues. He does not like long hours of work and ironically has visited his golf clubs dozens of times in his tenure after criticizing Obama for his occasional games.

Sums it up in a nutshell.

What must occur when he goes - and he will be gone soon - is that there must be an inquest into how this man got elected in the first place. There must be lots of Americans now saying quietly to themselves 'How the **** did we allow this?' There must also be many good and decent American politicians squirming in shame with each utterance and tweet that comes from this dangerous buffoon. This cannot be allowed to happen again.

Topic: North Korea and The United States
Posted: 17 Aug 2017 05:01

You're arguing semantics. Yet, when these two liberals said essentially the same thing, no outrage, no horror, no screeching from the left-wing media. Serious hypocrisy. Trump speaks in superlatives; silly, but it's just who he is. Clinton never said anything in ten words if he could use a thousand, and Obama liked to get all puffed up with self-righteousness and lecture at people rather than simply speaking to them. Get past their annoying habits and they all said the same thing about N. Korea. If the fear is that Trump might actually follow through while the other two were paper tigers, maybe that's a good thought for the fat little mini-maniac in Pyongyang to have in his head - assuming he's capable of reason. No proof of that.

Clinton had Madeline Halfbright negotiating to pay N. Korea billions of US dollars to not build nukes (we see how well that worked out...) and Obama (other than the drone attacks he wisely let the military continue to conduct againt radical Islamist terrorists) was all talk and no action when it came to America's enemies, including the same Russia which everyone is now so obsessed with. He did nothing. It doesn't say in the article, but I feel sure Obama also sent the dreaded "sternly-worded letter", the much-favored "foreign policy" of the Obama years.

Bush, either or both, were absolutely no better. The hard fact is that this never should have gotten to this stage. Now N. Korea has nukes, it has the means to deliver them, and it has a maniacal little fat boy leader. 25 years of kicking the can down the road left it in Trumps lap - he's been in office, what? About 200 days? Tightening the screws on China and getting them to squash the maniac murderous dictator is the best chance, and he's doing that too. It likely won't succeed, but the Administration is trying. How about a little credit for that? No... wait! TRUMP! Aaagghhh! Trump derangement syndrome.

There are no good options ; N. Korea never should have been allowed to develop nukes, but in this case let's blame the people who let it happen, not the one that's currently ended up with it. The additional scary thing here is that anything N.Korea develops, Iran will have about five minutes later. Perfect!

I agree. There are no good options. Previous (US) administrations must shoulder a lot of the blame for not dealing with North Korea (and Iran) firmly in the first place. In an ideal world the Manhattan Project would never been started in the first place but that is history now. The problem we have today is how to best deal with our mistakes of the past. At the moment we have a very unstable person leading the free world and a leader with equally questionable sanity opposing him. These are very dangerous times. Enjoy the freedoms that we have while we still can!

Topic: North Korea and The United States
Posted: 16 Aug 2017 07:59

Keeping in mind the POTUS' job is to protect the United States, what are your thoughts on this situation?

If it wasn't so serious the whole thing would be laughable - two half-wits at either end of the globe making stupid threats. One needs to be impeached and the other made to disappear!

Topic: Highest Level of Education
Posted: 03 Aug 2017 08:36

BSc Accountancy. BA Theology and Dip IT Systems Analysis & Design

Topic: No transgender individuals in the U.S. military
Posted: 28 Jul 2017 08:06

Given that all he seems to have done during his Presidency so far is make outrageous statements and tweets I would take the half-wit with a pinch of salt.

I thought, from his campaign rhetoric, that he was going to bring great change to America - get America working again, create jobs and rebuild communities destroyed by Obama's inertia. I also expected to see him strengthen America's military power and regain its profile in world affairs, taking back ground lost by the Democrats to Russia and China. Aside from getting more golf practice in at weekends and travelling to Europe making an idiot of himself he's done bugger all really.

I wouldn't loose any sleep over his latest rant concerning transgender individuals in the US military. I doubt whether he knows what the word means anyway!

Topic: We're getting a New Doctor!
Posted: 19 Jul 2017 08:29

I've had mixed feelings about the revival. I was quite excited at the start and I do like the new series as far as I've watched. However, as time goes on it feels like a different show in so many ways that I kind of see it as a semi-reboot and therefore kind of its own thing rather than a real continuation. I rewatched some old favorite episodes (mostly featuring Tom Baker, the fourth Doctor) when NF Canada had them for a while and I can't think of any of the current series that I like as much as those old classics.

I actually met Colin Baker at a Dr Who convention in Inverness about 25 years ago. Think he was the 6th or 7th Dr. I was having a drink in the lounge bar of the then Caledonian Hotel while waiting to meet a client. He was taking a break. We chatted briefly; quite a nice guy.

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Annie’s phone call had left him unsettled. He didn’t know what to make of her now. Helen, he understood just as he had understood Karen and the majority of the other women he had known but with Annie – he was lost. Yet, he felt drawn to her. Larry felt helplessly drawn to her. With her it was rather like watching a flower open up; petal by petal revealing new and interesting facets. ...

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Dinner with Annie was good. It was relaxed. First dates can be nervous affairs. Even though, in this instance, sex at the end of the evening was expected, there was no certainty that it would happen. The wrong word, the giving of the wrong impression could kill the evening off in a heartbeat but the sex hurdle had been cleared. Well and truly by all accounts, because Annie had already...

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And that’s just what Larry was – a very wicked man. Earlier that day he had bumped into the chambermaid that had disturbed them a few days earlier. She was working on the same floor of his room and he had spotted her as he went for breakfast. He stood in the doorway of the room that she was working in and watched her. She was bent over the bed smoothing the duvet down and her work overall...

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As with Helen, Larry’s second meeting with Ian was in complete contrast to their first one. Ian had been quite garrulous the first time they met but this time he was quiet. He also appeared nervous. They met in the same hotel and sat in the same lounge bar with a drink. Larry had come to town to see a client regarding a new contract and fortunately Ian had a space in his diary to meet up for...

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Larry handed Helen a towel. She was sitting up now on the edge of the bed, her reddened cheeks glistening with cum which was also dripping from her chin and onto her breasts. He smiled. “You can take a shower if you wish,” he told her. “There are shower caps in there.” “I think I will,” she responded as she stood up and walked past him. She was feeling embarrassed, that much was clear, but...

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Billy had to wait only a couple of minutes before they came in and sat down either side of him on the settee. Jerry sat on his right and handed a small gift wrapped oblong shaped package. “This is from Ian,” she told him. “It’s something to help with your cuckolding.” Billy was puzzled as he pulled on the red ribbon and then began to remove the paper wrapping. Underneath the wrapping was...

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