Forum posts made by buz

Topic Harvey Weinstein
Posted 16 Oct 2017 16:50

I don't know what to say about disgusting old Harvey Weinstein except that he looks like a sweaty, stinky old grungy fart. And he fucking pisses me off.

A lot of famous actresses have come forth and said how Weinstein came on to them in so many unacceptable and illegal ways, trying to force himself on them, exposing himself to them, masturbating in front of them, groping them, etc. Can you imagine how many more women cannot publicly admit that they fell victim to his predatory ways through intimidation and his power and clout? Can you imagine how painful this experience is for them? I mean, even though his ass is caught now, just dredging up the memory and so forth.

There is no telling how many women this guy has successfully raped.

I don't know what to say except that I hope he is criminally charged and convicted and goes to a serious penitentiary. No doubt there, he may get the chance to feel what a role reversal is like. But he deserves serious punishment that being incarcerated in a real prison provides.

Topic Readers: Do sex scenes have to be explicit?
Posted 16 Oct 2017 12:11

Hot, nasty, dripping, dirty talkin', hair pullin', back scratchin', titty suckin' & thumpin', screaming, and moaning. At least one fairly long sex scene but the story needs a good plot and interesting, even intriguing writing.

Topic Employers now will be able to deny contraception coverage for employees
Posted 15 Oct 2017 20:45



Nevertheless, they have the right to vote based on their beliefs, just as you or I do.

Donors finance elections. But it's the voters who get to decide who wins them. The ones who feel strongly enough about the issues to actually show up on election day and cast a ballot.

What it is is just proof of the bigotry and corruption that has control of the GOP. The Nazis felt strong enough about their issues to turn out and vote, right? Right now the line between the far right of the GOP and Nazis seems to interconnect. Racist, bigoted thugs who will do anything to further their goals.

Topic What is a high quality social life supposed to look like after school?
Posted 15 Oct 2017 19:26

The cool kids are individuals like everyone else and later life results vary wildly. Some never lose their cool and it helps carry them through a life of success.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 15 Oct 2017 19:08



Sigh. Barry Odom is a fucking joke mate and most of my fellow Mizzou alum want his as started and feathered weeks ago. Totally clueless on defense.

At QB and receivers they are really special. And they have enough good players that they should be well over .500. Coaching and sideline organization is well under par. I could see that. So your point is right on target. The team had plenty of fight in it but were undisciplined and often out of position, all issues that result from poor coaching.

With my Dawgs, I think our new coach, Kirby Smart and his staff are really onto something special. Team attitude is great. We've still got a lot of improvement and growth to do though.

By the way Mad, great comp story, even if you knocked it out quick.

Topic Announcing the Winners of our "Bookish" Story Competition
Posted 15 Oct 2017 17:35

Congratulations to Burquette, Lupus, and Oceanrunner, and to the Runners-Up. I see you listed there, Rumpy (top 5). Great job all. A really strong comp. Y'all wrote your asses off, so I guess none of you can still sit. Great job!

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Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 15 Oct 2017 17:08

Hi Bill, aka Rumpy! Congrats on the Top 5 Story Comp finish. That was an outstanding and superior story you wrote, amongst quite a few superior stories. Great stuff rose up in this competition for sure.

I'd also like to give you a high-five on your Bayou Bengals taking down the semi-literate Plainsman, ie bird eating cats of Auburn. I know that perked up everyone down on the bayou and I bet Cajun cooking was in high gear. Yum! I can deal with eating some great Cajun food, that's some of the best in the world.

Those Mizzou kitties came in Between the Hedges fired up and that QB Drew Lock is damned good (what a fucking deadly accurate & powerful arm he has), but all it did was piss off the Dawgs and despite having several 1st string defensive players sitting out with injuries, the Dawgs ripped those Mizzou boys a new one in the second half. The Dawgs piled up 695 yards of offense. Our games have gotten so loud, we're seriously threatening your LSU's reputation for being the loudest fans in America. I know that's hard to do cause I've been to your Death Valley. Dawgs 53-28.

It's been a long 2 days, tailgating, game, and today kicked off black powder deer season and it kicked off real sweet. So, up before dawn for me. Hadn't had much sleep.

Beer baby, BEER! Ice cold beer! Y'all have a few with me.

PS. Folks, Rumpy is one damn fine writer. Check his stories out, here and at StoriesSpace.com

Topic Long Johns: Does anyone wear them anymore?
Posted 15 Oct 2017 16:54

We don't need those in the deep south. We can go nekkid most of the year. And do. I'm nekkid now.

Topic Employers now will be able to deny contraception coverage for employees
Posted 15 Oct 2017 16:52



My limited reasoning skills?

Expand my horizons?

How many of your posts reveal a Canadian vs American fixation?

Physician, heal thyself!

BTW, the Republicans aren't the ones coming out in favor of sacrificing babies.

A poll of actual self-described Republican voters showed that 60% of them favored legal abortion, but the right wing nazi-like fanatics won't hear it. In fact, over half of GOP donors favor legal abortion but the party opposition is due to the fact that it is run by just a few.

Sound familiar? Go to 1930s Germany.

Topic Moderator of the Month, for September
Posted 13 Oct 2017 17:41

Thanks for doing a great job, Mags. Congratulations! Pour Wine occasion5 occasion6 occasion9 notworthy

Topic Catalonia is threatening to make my globe obsolete
Posted 12 Oct 2017 20:06

With Barcelona as its capital, Catalonia might do just fine on its own. Spain has mishandled this. It could be that just a renegotiation of how much autonomy they would have could put things to rest and Catalonia stay on, satisfied to be part of Spain. But Spain playing bully may convert the neutral Catalans into secessionists giving much more power to the independence movement.

Topic Las Vegas shooting: Dozens killed in Mandalay Bay attack
Posted 11 Oct 2017 18:50

There are long-standing laws in the USA that people can't own operable Howitzer artillery pieces with ammunition. We can't have our own fully armed Abrams tank, though one would come in handy in Atlanta traffic. We can't own .50 caliber machine guns. We can't own rocket launchers, etc. So there is legal precedent to restrict overly dangerous militarized weapons.

We do need to keep weapons out of the hands of mentally deranged people, terrorists, and criminals, so some common sense laws to restrict the who, what, and why of 'assault' weapons and quantities is just that, common sense, and doesn't obstruct the constitution.

And common sense laws to extend waiting periods and create more extensive background checks are obviously needed.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 11 Oct 2017 18:27

Having a glass of Maker's Mark on ice. Fine Kentucky bourbon, it's a smooth, sweet bourbon taste.

I'm looking forward to someday not having to work at least 10 hours and most often even more than that every day.

Y'all have a drink with me.

Topic Help me wish punky (punkycalam) a very happy birthday
Posted 11 Oct 2017 17:52

Happy Birthday, Punkycalam!

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Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 11 Oct 2017 17:50

I know several Trump voters who are already having deep regret, sick about voting for him. His approval ratings are abysmal. Most likely he'll continue on and bury himself and he will take a lot of people down with him. If they hitch their ride to his ass they deserve to go down when he does. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised that after he gets dumped in his re-election, that Trump and his cronies will end up being investigated and many prosecuted for a series of corrupt crimes.

Right now Trump is threatening to pull NBC's broadcast licenses because of the way they report about him. Most experts agree that Trump can't actually pull that off but having a president that thinks he can subvert the US Constitution, which protects freedom of the press in the First Amendment, is disgusting. Richard Nixon tried to pull that same trick. We all know what happened to Tricky Dicky.

Topic What's your opinion on 69-ing?(:
Posted 10 Oct 2017 19:10

My opinion is yes.

Topic question for the BBQ gurus around here
Posted 10 Oct 2017 19:02

I've never had 'stuffed ribs'. How are they prepared?

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 10 Oct 2017 18:31

As long as the Democrats see the GOP and voters as stereotypes and cliches and don't understand the real why about what went wrong and look open-mindedly at the reasons their adversaries beat them, then the Democrats may not win in 2018 or 2020.

They can call the people who didn't vote Democrat, racists and rednecks all day long, but it still doesn't make that true. Maybe true in some cases but not the majority of people who voted that way at all. So they need to start looking at themselves and first figure out who they really are and why the White House, the Senate, and the Congress belongs to the poorly organized, divided, and bickering amongst themselves Republican Party that was ripe for defeat.

When the Democrats discover their disconnect with the majority of the middle class and blue collar middle class, they might start working on reconnecting. And connecting with small business people. When the Democrats get back what they lost, the fucking racists votes won't matter, and the Dems can counteract the shit storm that is happening.

But until they open their eyes and truly understand their adversary isn't a bunch of stereotypes, they are destined to lose again. And right now that would piss me off.

You never defeat your adversary unless you know all you can about who they really are. And current Democrat leadership is proving to be clueless strategists, proving to be way out of touch, inward-looking, and stagnant.

I do not want to see Trump re-elected. So please Democrat Party get your fucking head out of the sand. And moderate Republicans need to disavow and totally break from the Tea Party and loony extreme right. The extreme right hates moderates as much as the far left. So get it figured out, get organized, get fresh leaders, and put a stop to the goose steppers.

Topic How would you address the underlying causes of crime?
Posted 10 Oct 2017 16:59



For those of you who think Buz and I have gone off the deep end. Well, you're right!

The most intense college football in the USA is in the South East Conference (known as the SEC).

Perhaps the most intense rivalry between any two SEC teams is between the Georgia Bulldogs (take a look at Buz's avatar) and the infinitely better Florida Gators. Neither school is allowed to host the games, and for good reason. Instead the games are played in Jacksonville, Florida, nicknamed as the biggest small town in South Georgia and about as close to neutral territory as you're going to find.

Guess which school I went to!

Gonna have to update my avatar I guess.

Back to our regularly scheduled thread ;-)

Actually, both UGA and UF could switch to make the series home and home, but they've done Jacksonville, starting way back in the 1930s and selling the tickets 50-50 between the two schools so it is half UGA and half UF at the games. The game has been a long party weekend affair for the students and fans for many decades, helping the game earn it's name 'The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party'. Georgia may have slumped lately but that is about to turn around again. It has been a history of hot streaks. The longest winning streak in the series is 7 games and has been done by both teams. The Georgia Bulldogs lead the series 50-43-2. And the Dawgs own the biggest stomp in the series in 1942 when they beat Florida 75-0 and went on to beat UCLA in the Rose Bowl and win the national championship. Then the players on both 1942 teams, nearly all went into the US Military for WWII. Not all came back.

There is a ground movement on the UGA end to change the game to Jacksonville and Atlanta on alternating years but still keep the tickets 50-50 between the schools. Florida is one of 3 super rivals of the Georgia Bulldogs, all mostly equal in intensity. The Georgia-Auburn rivalry began in 1892 and the 2 teams have played each other virtually every year they've fielded a team, It's called 'The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry'. Then there is Georgia vs Gerogia Tech, it is so intense, the game is called 'Clean Old Fashioned Hate'. The two school's marching bands once marched head on into each other until they had marched through each other and every instrument was totally demolished.

But all in all, I'd say the most hated and intense SEC rivalry is Alabama and Auburn who were once banned from playing each other for over 20 years. But in the SEC everyone is a fucking hated rival.

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Now back to crime causes...

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 09 Oct 2017 20:27

I did NOT vote for Trump because he is an idiot!

Topic Coming out about Lush?
Posted 09 Oct 2017 20:23

Unfortunately in the real world, writing sexually explicit stories can be a career ender in many fields. In that case, some of us can be ourselves but under another name. My wife knows and that's it. Though I've met people in my real 3D world who say they love reading Lush. If I ask them who their favorite author is and they don't say Buz, I make them disappear. Oh, I'm just teasing... or am I?

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Topic Employers now will be able to deny contraception coverage for employees
Posted 09 Oct 2017 20:17

I suggest a single-payer health insurance system. A health insurance tax on businesses and corporations based on number of employees. Take the decision away from the businesses and put it in government's hands. That way a moral objector to birth control can wash their hands of it and blame it on the government or on Buz. I'll take the fucking blame.

The vast majority of mainstream American Protestant churches do NOT have problems with birth control but the Catholic church does and some of the extreme independents and talking-in-tongue snake handlers. The non-birth-controllers are not the majority of American Christians and it is certainly not the majority of American non-Christians so don't let a minority shove their views undemocratically over the majority's healthcare.

For-profit health insurance companies should not be making our medical decisions! And that comes from me, a capitalist. Make that a common-sense capitalist.

Dammit! We should look at Canada and Western Europe and see what they are doing and then do it better than them. Then wave the Stars & Stripes because that would be something for patriots to be proud of, not a nation where one's health care depends upon how fucking rich they are. Until then Old Glory is sagging rather sad.

All people created equal – all people medically treated equal. The richest fucking country on the planet shouldn't have a fucking huge medical disparity.

Topic Catalonia is threatening to make my globe obsolete
Posted 09 Oct 2017 20:02

I guess some of you have been following Catalonia's threat to secede from Spain. Yes, Spain would lose Barcelona, one of Europe's most beautiful and nicest cities. A few days ago only 47% of Catalonians showed up to vote in what Spain considers, an illegal referendum vote. 90% of the 47% voted to make Catalonia an independent nation. Now we are waiting anxiously to see if Catalan President Carles Puigdemont announces that Catalonia will declare independence or stay as part of Spain.

I have a really nice globe in my office. It is large and in a great bronze frame. the print job is excellent and it has almost accurate raised relief. I mean better than most globes. It was an expensive globe and I like it. If Catalonia becomes a separate nation, hmm... maybe I can use a ultra-fine tip Sharpie to draw in the Catalonian border and use transparent Dr. Martin's dyes to alter the color to show a new country. That way I won't have to purchase a new globe.

I can't believe no one has mentioned possible Catalonian independence here yet. So what do y'all think about that? Should Spain let them do it or say no, and do whatever it takes to keep Catalonia. Many banks and other large corporations are abandoning Catalonia and moving to somewhere else in Spain over this.

Topic How would you address the underlying causes of crime?
Posted 09 Oct 2017 19:10



Buz, I just took a good look at your new avatar. :-(

GO GATORS! To the bottom.




GO DAWGS! Sic 'Em! Woof! Woof!

Topic How would you address the underlying causes of crime?
Posted 09 Oct 2017 18:58

The way the USA approached government low-income housing is a huge factor in crime. We took the cheap way out and it failed.

It may be expensive but we still need to correct that. We should create a nice community with individual rent-to-own homes, based on their ability to pay. There should be more than adequate police precincts within those communities with many of the police recruited from the community. Give the people something dignified and they will have dignity. There should be a variety of designs for the houses. And something very important, within these communities there should be great public schools.

The huge high-rise box apartments were and are ugly and crammed people into tenements without dignity. They were always inadequately policed and became breeding grounds for crime and gangs.

Give them something they can make their own and be proud of.

Spend more money now and save money in the future by having much less crime and a much lower number of people incarcerated in prisons, and a much lower drug presence. We'll have a lot more people with a better education, more getting a college education. All that adds up to is more working people adding to a stronger gross domestic product, a stronger economy, a larger and more solid tax base.

And fighting the causes of crime should be attacked from both the top down and the bottom up.

If we want to create limits on corporate crime, then place stricter limitations on lobbyists and lobbying organizations, eradicate political action committees (PACs), and establish term limits for congress and the senate. Also, create a transparent system where ALL members of congress and the senate have to make ALL of their earnings available to the public and the press.

In addition to fining corporations when they break the law, charge and convict the top executives, sentencing them to serious terms in real prisons, not country club jails.

Topic Insomnia
Posted 08 Oct 2017 18:06

Melatonin, an over the counter remedy. Or red wine. I like cabernet sauvignon. A small glass about 20-30 minutes before you hop in the sack.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 08 Oct 2017 17:59

Bill, you'll understand when I say, The Kingdom was built by a Bear.

You'd like our 'Beat Those Cocks' cheer when South Carolina comes to Athens. It's yelled loudly in unison by the students who do a certain wrist/hand motion as they yell. Watching the hot sorority girls do it is most amusing. And they yell real loud.

Topic Bitten or Scratched In Throes Of Passion...?
Posted 08 Oct 2017 17:28

I've been bitten and scratched.

Have you ever had your anus bitten?

Topic What It's Really Like To Have a Threesome?
Posted 08 Oct 2017 17:21

I can describe it as threesomy. L16

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 08 Oct 2017 17:13

BUZ ALERT!

The 'Linebacker's' Georgia Bulldogs laid a serious whipping on Vanderbilt. Combine that with my LSU Tigers upsetting UGA's only serious division rival, nationally ranked Florida in the Gators Homecoming game (chortle), and things would seem to be going the Dawgs way...right now. Anyway, Rumplators are hereby advised to take cover should he start heading your way.

Anybody else out there need a drink to either celebrate or forget?

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I'm Back! My wife and I with 2 other couples went to Nashville for the game against Vandy. They did put a beating on those 'Dores, 45-14.

We did the whole weekend. I highly recommend Nashville as a place to visit. There is way more great live music venues than you can see in a weekend or a week, and great restaurants. We did quite a bit of country dancing.

Over 36,000 Dawg fans took over Vanderbilt's little 42,000 seat stadium. It's a home away from home for us, since you can even do the game as a day trip, if it's an early game, as it was Saturday. But making a weekend in Nashville is great.

We got back to the hotel room to see the last part of that LSU-Florida game. I saw Bill's Tigers hang on to beat those Gators in their own Swamp. That had to be a nail-biter for all involved. 17-16.

My Dawgs get a visit from Mizzou next Saturday night in Athens, Georgia, Between The Hedges. Go Dawgs!

Everyone have a drink on me. I'm having bourbon on ice.

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Bill, should we tell 'em what all Between the Hedges, The Swamp, Death Valley, The Kingdom, The Cockpit, The Barn, and etc. stand for?

And terms like Geaux Tigers? Ole Miss? The Grove? Mizzou? Sooey? And why everyone hates Rocky Top except the Rocky Tops? And why they might see some folks holding a box of Tide with a toilet plunger through it and toilet paper on the top? And one I know Rumpy really likes, why young hottie coeds at a certain institution
down by the bayou, wear tiger tails sticking out the back of their skin tight jeans. And why we hate cowbells?