There's something infinitely more sexy in erotic literature than video porn. Writing contains a little bit of the author's personality and wit, and far less fake moans. A sly wink or a sexy grin can be implied much easier with word choice and placement than a glammed up model onscreen with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. I'm not much of a writer myself, but I'll read anything I can get my hands on... unless both are busy, such as when I'm reading erotica. ;)
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I like a geek.:p Boom. Point me to a lady in fashionable specs, with lazy blonde hair, and a knowledge of basic calculus and I'll get drunk and make a pass at her. I'm a sucker for the scientific ladies.
Nuclear power provides around 6% of the world's electricity. Is it worth the risk? Yes, yes, a million times yes. Nuclear power is the only viable solution to a greener and growing population such as the one our planet is experiencing today. Fossil fuels are on the way out, and green energy simply cannot meet the huge demands for energy needed by developed and devolping industrial powers. We need more nuclear poweplants, more funding spent on nuclear goals such as fusion and more public relations and education for the media when they report nuclear crises. The Japanese reactor will not meltdown, and if the media has told you this it's either poorly sourced or lying to your face. In the tiny, miniscule, one in a billion chance a meltdown does occur, you'll be more than safe in the US of A. Nuclear power plants are like the elephant in the room when it comes to energy. Everybody loves the idea of huge amounts of cheap, efficient, and managable energy, but nobody would like to live near one, whether they live near a fault line or not. The simple fact of the matter is thus: Nuclear Power has not killed anybody since Chernobyl. The tsunami swept in and wiped out a whole bunch of people (RIP), but as of yet, not a single person has died or been harmed by radiation. Even those who live nearby have only been exposed to an amount less than our equal to 3 CT scans available at any hospital.TL;DR There will not be a chernobyl, and water has killed more people since radiation in the last 20 years. It's safe, m'lady. ;)
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