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I'm Buz, a southerner and UGA graduate, now married to the girl that used to break my heart over and over again. She now has my name tattooed on her ass. I'm an outdoor activity freak who works in the corporate world. I believe in helping those less fortunate and building a better community. My hobbies are physical fitness, sports, motorcycles, music, and cooking. I love drinking ice cold beer out of long neck bottles and eating messy hot dogs at ball games. I love attending the ballet and the symphony as well as mudding in my Jeep. I am a huge Georgia Bulldog fan and will be for life. I love to dance and in fact, have learned how to ballroom dance. I love hot sweaty physical loud sex and writing stories about it. I love reading stories about it. You will find that I love to make friends on Lush and I make a very good friend, but I do not cyber sex as I am married to the sexiest woman I've ever seen, the love of my life.

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Name:
Buz Bono
Sex:
Male 
Age:
32
Sign:
Capricorn
Relationship Status:
Married
Orientation:
Straight
Location:
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
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24 Jun 2018 21:43
Interests:
Traveling, reading, clubbing, motorcycles, cowboy hats, triathlons, water skiing, windsurfing, bodybuilding, big western belt buckles, camping, hiking, rock climbing, fishing, boating, canoe/kayaking, bungee jumping, cowboy boots, hunting, football, basketball, baseball, cooking/grilling, music concerts, watching MMA fights, attending the ballet, dancing with my wife, and rowdy loud wet sweaty physical sex!
Favorite Books:
Catch 22, Farenheit 500, Prince of Tides, Pigskin Dreams, The Firm, Cannery Row, The Lord of the Flies, Slaughterhouse Five, 1984, To Kill A Mockingbird, A Clockwork Orange, The Gospel Singer, The Great Santini.
Favorite Authors:
Lewis Grizzard, John Grisham, Joseph Heller, John Steinbeck, Robert Ludlum, Ken Follet, Tom Clancy, James Michener, George Orwell, Harry Crews, Pat Conroy, Voltaire...
Favorite Movies:
The Departed, Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Gladiator, Skyfall, Casino Royale, Sin City, National Lampoon's Animal House, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, Kingdom of Heaven, True Grit (with John Wayne), 3:10 to Yuma, Blackhawk Down, U-571, The Unforgiven, Highlander, The Usual Suspects, Dumb and Dumber, Time Bandits, Chinatown, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski.
Favourite TV Shows:
Game of Thrones, Justified, The Walking Dead, Better Call Saul, Burn Notice, Ray Donovan, The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, True Detective and The Andy Griffith Show.
Favorite Music:
I have a very eclectic taste in music. I especially love the music of the deep south. Country music, rock, classic rock, metal grunge rock, blues, classical music, and progressive jazz. The Zac Brown Band, Colt Ford, Sugarland, R.E.M., Collective Soul, Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, The Black Crows, The Georgia Satellites, The Counting Crows, Widespread Panic, Rascal Flats, Alan Jackson, Dwight Yoakum, Merle Haggard, The Allman Brothers Band, The Clash, Jason Aldean, and The Normaltown Flyers.
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Topic: What is American Culture?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 13:32

I've been in the US about a decade. The biggest distinguishing feature of America in my opinion is individualism. It's a culture of "I" rather than "We". That leads to a lot of personal freedom, but also a lot of selfishness, and a lack of compassion for others. Americans individually tend to be warm and friendly, though they are suspicious of and easily threatened by novelty and difference. They genuinely want to be seen as good, decent people (or whatever their version of good and decent is - a lot of it seems to revolve around going to church). Collectively, however, they're very entitled and often convinced that everyone else is out to get them or screw them over or take something away from them, and therefore they need to get it first, protect it, and keep it away from others. Americans seldom appreciate the concept of "enough" and instead pursue the goals of making everything bigger, louder, faster, and more powerful, in pursuit of the toxic myths of perpetual growth and unlimited freedom. Everything in America is "Mega." Consequently, Americans are tired most of the time. Their endless ambitions (and failures) towards wealth, success, and greatness are exhausting them. Americans possess little sense of humour, and even less joie de vivre. They are very serious-minded people even when it comes to their entertainment and recreation - grimly determined to enjoy themselves to the maximum possible extent.

I disagree with much of your view. Though, I have to say millennials do lean toward the entitlement view. I think too many were way too spoiled by their parents.

In your case, if you feel about living here so negatively, why do it? I'd move somewhere I would be happier.

Myself, I love where I live in the southeastern USA. I am very well traveled, so quite familiar, especially with the English speaking world outside the USA. I quite frankly, have loved my forays into Canada. I'd say Canadians are friendlier than Yankees, but then, I am not a Yankee. We're pretty damn friendly where I live. (Yankees are that northeastern corner of the USA, and while not so averagely friendly, I still like 'em. They're usually alright once you break down their defensive barrier.)

I can't say I've ever been grimly determined to enjoy myself to the maximum possible extent. I do though, eagerly and joyfully, max out my enjoyment as much as possible.

How you've missed the compassion and giving Americans passionately dish out, I do not know. I've lived that and witnessed it my entire life. And having been to Canada, the UK, Europe, and many other places, have not witnessed or experienced any other nation that possesses that quality in more abundance than we have in America. It's actually much the same everywhere I've been, but certainly no less here.

But success and mega? Great! I love it! That inspires and energizes me. So I say, go for it. And humor? It exists in abundance throughout my social experience. And I'm very average.

Topic: Should Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 13:10



For some reason you and Buz are dancing around what I was trying to say. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough.

It is difficult for us to tell if you're being Sprite the Think Tank Terror, or Sprite the Moderator. You do have the right to be either as you see fit. I was not implying that you are in any way like Trump, or that you were doing anything wrong.

But just as Trump is an US citizen, with all the rights the rest of us have, including the right to sometimes make a fool of himself on Twitter, he is also POTUS #45, and it can sometimes be difficult to determine which is speaking.

No, we're not dancing around the issue at all. What Trump did was ask that the NFL player protesters be fired, doing so while at the US Presidential podium in an official a capacity and called them offensive names.

To have done similar, Sprite or I, in official moderator mode such as signing off in our role or stating we were speaking as mods, asked that you or certain members with dissenting opinions be booted from this site. And we'd have needed to have called you an offensive name to fully duplicate what Trump did.

Actually, neither one of us wants that. That would ruin all the fun. What good would The Think Tank be without differing opinions, debating, arguing, bickering, etc.?

PS. Anyone wanna dance?

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Topic: Should Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 08:30



My oh my! Somebody is a bit grouchy this morning!

First, whether Truman's threat was popular or not, it was still a threat to inflict permanent injury. And it was difficult to judge whether it was a private citizen making the threat or POTUS. While I have not seen the letter it is reported to have been written on official White House stationary.

I was responding to Sprite. I was pointing out that there's no way we, as ordinary members, can tell if a mod is being a mod or being a member. And that was my point. You don't stop being a member just because you're a moderator. Trump didn't stop being a citizen because he was elected President. But it is difficult to judge if he's speaking as POTUS #45 or as Donald J. Trump, American citizen.

The next time I whine and cry about you denigrating Trump will be the first time. Hopefully you won't have a problem when I point out when I think you're wrong.

So far I haven't been wrong. I'll let you know if I ever am. I was wrong once a few years ago.

Usually, if I post something as a moderator you can tell by the tone and manner in which I post, as it will directly address a rules issue, and I sign off as: Buz, Senior Moderator

In that case, I'm totally serious and not having fun like I am now.

Buz,
guy who writes sex stories
(well over 3 million views, 9 EP's, 28 RR's)
and enjoys posting some serious but mostly fun stuff in The Forum
disgruntled Republican/Libertarian
proud Capitalist Pig
enjoys mudding in my Jeep & ballroom dancing

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Topic: Should Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 08:21


The President's opinion does not trump the Constitution.

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Topic: Should Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 07:37

The president speaking from the podium that displays an official US Presidential Seal, is in fact, speaking as US President. And YES, Trump made his statements while doing so. INEXCUSABLE!

That is a far cry from me posting my POV here in The Think Tank.

If anyone does break the rules and I act in my capacity as a moderator to address that, I will let it be known that I am doing so. That will be up front for all to see. No hiding, and if I did so improperly, I'd be held accountable by the moderator team and Lush Administration.

As a mod, I do my job as such with impartiality. So if the rules violator posted a POV I agreed with but in a violation way, I'd act every bit the same as if it were the other way.

Otherwise, I am here in The Think Tank posting as a member just like you. This is an adult swim area, so dive in, swim, or take a towel and move on. Whatever you desire.

Topic: Should Freedom of Speech Include Hate Speech?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 07:16



I believe the topic was freedom of speech. Whether you like Trump or not, and I gather you don't, while he is President, he is also still a citizen with the same civil rights as you or I.

No the two incidents are not the same. President Truman's was worse. He explicitly threatened to assault and seriously injure a member of the press who had given a bad review of Truman's daughter's singing.

Unless you are in Animal Farm mode, where President's you approve of get more latitude to misbehave.

You'll have to try harder than that, Seax. That was one ding dong response.

Whether you like it or not, Truman's response proved to be very popular, and it was the act of an angry father thinking his daughter had been dissed.

Trump's response was probably racially motivated because it was nearly all black players taking a knee during the national anthem, as they were protesting police brutality against black people. And they were exhibiting their constitutional right to protest, something Trump evidently doesn't like. And I can see that anyone with racists leanings would not like the protests.

The only real issue I see is the employer/employee relationship. Whether the employer has the right to require certain behavior while wearing their uniform. Otherwise, the US president has no right to butt in on the matter. But an overreaching wannabe dictator might try.

And no, I do not like Trump, not at all. He's the first Republican presidential candidate I did not vote for. He and that goober, Ted Cruz, were both candidates I despised and still do. Trump even more than I did previously.

AND, I CAN and WILL continue to denigrate Trump. You are welcome to continue to whine and cry about it. That's your right.

Not in one single post here in The Think Tank have I involved any moderator privilege at all. I have every right as a member to post my opinions, feelings, POV, arguments, etc. as you do, Seax. I have not broken any Lushstories rules at all. I have not used my position to intimidate anyone. Let's get that all cleared up right away!

Have I at any point hindered you from making a statement, posting your points, or anything? I am absolutely sure that I have not.

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Topic: What are you wearing right now?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 07:02

One white sock, a baseball cap, a shoulder holster with a translucent green plastic squirt gun in it, and nothing else.

Topic: What is Canadian Culture (For MF)?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 06:47

I know a lot of Canadians socially and professionally where I live. There is a large Canadian expatriate or immigrant community here in Atlanta. They've moved here for career advancement or opportunity. Right now, I can't think of one I don't like. Culturally, they fit right in, and in fact, all seem to really like living in the Deep South, except for our heat and humidity. And they would like to see us get another major league hockey team but are making do with the AAA level minor league Gladiators until then.

Quite frankly, most of the Canadians I know living here have applied for US citizenship or have attained it already. I'd guess most have retained dual citizenship since the USA and Canada offer the dual citizenship.

I can easily say of the Canadians in my area, that the ones I know are very much pro-capitalism, which may have spurred their moving here. Many are business partners with lifelong Americans, and all are executives of some sort. Our Canadian community is very much involved in the business and corporate world.

Topic: Space Force Go!
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 06:36

Hmmmm... like we have anything near the technology that could defend against beings that have traveled thousands or millions of light years to get here. I'm sure they would be smart enough to have already investigated everything about us and our capabilities before they make their move.

Reality isn't a hokie ass 'Independence Day' movie. Both of which sucked ass really bad.

Topic: Can it become a Peace?
Posted: 23 Jun 2018 06:32

I'd love to see a peace settlement. There is a long way to go to get there, if it does get there.

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