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I like to write about the two beautiful women in my life. Four years in US Coast Guard, working as a Building Inspector Manager (i.e. Building Official)

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Two Sides of Terri, Ben Boswell; Strip Poker Done Right, Just Watch Me, Kenny Wright, Moonstone Dreams (READ IT!)
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Lee Child, all his books, James Patterson, Kenny Wright, Lush author - Blackvelvet89, new favorite S C Miotto
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The Princess Bride, The Shawshank Redemption, lots of others, but those are the two that come to mind
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Rizzolli & Isles, Longmire, O'Reilly Factor, The Kelly File, Duck Dynasty
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Topic: Seeking an honest conservative perspective
Posted: 03 Feb 2017 10:49



Freedom of Speech is ok if they are reporting the truth but false reports by the media can do a lot of damage. Just yesterday and today there were news reports that Trump had hung up on our Prime Minister in the middle of a call. I saw a voice clip on the news of A Whitehouse "spokesperson" saying this. Both yesterday and today, our Prime Minister is maintaining it never happened. All it's done is cause I'll feeling between the two countries


You're totally right, Trinket. The media, in regards to Trump, have been totally untrustworthy and spreading falsehoods (I guess that's a polite way to say lying). Still, I wish that Trump himself wouldn't address it so much. There are numerous underlings who can challenge the media.

Topic: Seeking an honest conservative perspective
Posted: 02 Feb 2017 17:14



1. Qualities that Trump possesses which MAY make him a good president: He is decisive, which he has already demonstrated. He is not intimidated by foreign leaders, Congress, the media, or special interests. He is pro-military: while the military is hopefully rarely needed, it does need support. These guys and gals put their life on hold to serve and should have our full support. Trump is direct- he doesn't do the usual political two step, blathering for minutes while saying nothing of substance.

2. Trump qualities which concern me as to his abilities to govern? He gets sidetracked on trivialities, then can't seem to let them go. Who gives a rats ass whether his crowd was bigger than the one in '08? He's like a cat chasing a laser pointer, wastes his time chasing the pretty lights. Good thing he's a workaholic, because he needs the extra time to deal with the necessary issues. His ability to adapt to new information seems limited. We all have to adapt to changing information. He's like a mule, when he heads for the barn he's hard as hell to turn.

3. Positive policies thus far? His picks to cabinet positions have largely been sound, but as always subject to debate. I particularly like Jeff Sessions as AG. The moratorium on immigration from certain known terrorist supporting nations is great. Instead of throwing the doors wide open, we need to know who these people are, their associations. Freezing government hiring is also needed. The federal spending level is an obscenity and the most painless way to reduce manpower is by attrition. As people leave through retirement or for other employment, the departments will shrink. starting to dismantle Obamacare is terrific. I know there are people it has helped (the previously uninsurable), but it's been a cluster fuck from the get go. Huge premium increases, co-pays, deductibles, the average insurance consumer has taken it in the shorts. Also, the policy of forcing someone to buy a product is bad policy, and in my opinion unconstitutional. There were other means to address the uninsurable issue rather than the draconian Obamacare. It wasn't about healthcare, it was about federal control. Result- another federal fuckfest. Freeze on government regulations? Hell yeah! We've reached a tipping point where there are so many hurdles to living in compliance with the law, it's impossible to be a law abiding citizen. Don't even start talking about starting a business...the compliance costs are insane! If he takes a meat ax to the list of federal regulations, I'll carry his fucking lunch for him. Trump froze the $221 million giveaway to the Palestinians, a lovely parting gift from the previous administration, which shall go un-named. His pick of Gorsuch to the Supreme Court is a great choice. This is a partial list of positives.

4.Negative impacts? The proposed 20% tariff on imports is sheer madness. The American consumer will pay that tariff, not the exporters. As a ploy it may or may not be sound. If an exporter finds their goods not selling, they can choose to manufacture them in the US and avoid the tariff, resulting in more US jobs. Trump needs to learn, and very quickly, that his comments can have a profound effect on the economy. He's given to hyperbole, which probably isn't a good thing.

I wasn't a Trump supporter during the primaries. I voted for him because the alternative was too horrifying to contemplate. I have been surprised and mostly encouraged by what Trump has done so far. As a conservative, I stand ready to raise hell if he takes a hard turn toward liberalism, which has brought us to the fucked up condition we exist in today. He may stay the course, do things to strengthen our economy, our security, and our standing in the world. I hope he does, because the federal government needs to have its horns shortened and brought to heel. It was created to serve the citizens, not for the citizens to serve it. Semper Fi!

I will second virtually everything said here, both good and bad.

I think his immigration executive order was good, but put out in a very poor manner. I'm hopeful they'll learn from that.

I worry about Trump's ego getting in the way of good, effective leadership, but his decisiveness should be an asset.

Biggest down side I think I've seen so far is exactly what Tagerdoo mentioned - his obsession with meaningless BS. Who the hell cares about crowd size. I don't care if the media was lying or Trump was exaggerating. What difference does it make. Plus, don't constantly criticize the media, like CNN. I hated Obama for doing that to Fox News and don't like it a damn bit better that Trump is doing it. One of our unique freedoms is freedom of speech - the politicians shouldn't interfere with it.

I wasn't a Trump supporter either during the primaries, but once the choice was him or Hillary, had no other choice.

Gorsuth, so far is by far his best decision. He's an honest judge who will rule based on the law, not by his personal ideology. I can respect that whether or not I agree with the decision.

Topic: When reading stories what words do you prefer to be used for your vagina?
Posted: 01 Feb 2017 13:23

It is tricky because during a graphic description of a sexual encounter it is necessary to use a variety of terms. I tend to use adjectives to soften the expletive so that even the harsh word 'cunt' sounds like the right word for the occasion. E.G. 'Tom's tongue sensuously licked the soft folds of my sweet pussyflesh. and as soon as I felt a trickle of sweet juice leaking from my warm wet cunt I knew it was time to take his engorged penis deep within me.'

Holy crap, you have me turned on!

Topic: recommendation
Posted: 30 Jan 2017 13:56

Hey everyone,

I want to ask everyone for a recommendation. I love reading stories where the husband is awoken by the sound of he's wife being fucked by another man or a story where the wife is getting fucked all night by another man and the husband is there as well. Any recommendation would be greatly appreciated.

If you're still there and looking, check out my 1st two submissions:

https://www.lushstories.com/stories/wife-lovers/the-night-i-shared-my-wife-ch-1.aspx

https://www.lushstories.com/stories/wife-lovers/the-night-i-shared-my-wife-ch-2.aspx

Topic: Who is YOUR favorite author on Lush?
Posted: 30 Jan 2017 13:41

I can't believe that nobody here has mentioned Stormdog. His Glamour Shots series has to be the best on the site. His humorous and realistic dialogue is unsurpassed.

Topic: Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted: 26 Jan 2017 12:23



Okay, Robert, I'm selecting this part of your entirely unreadable rant because it's the one myth that a great many gun owners cling to--that "one good guy with a gun" could easily stop a mass shooting.

I am a gun owner. I am a competitive shooter. I practise constantly. I am strong supporter of the 2A and am considered by others to be proficient with my firearms (Glock 34 in competition, Glock 26/36/42 for personal use). I volunteer to maintain a memorial to fallen officers and am a strong supporter of the LE community.

That said, what you and so many others don't get is that "one good guy with a gun" is not going to stop someone bent on destruction. To falsely believe that in the midst of the panic and confusion, you, with zero LE training (or even with rusty LE training), could somehow manage to both a) sight in on the shooter and b) accurately place your grouping so that only the shooter is killed or sufficiently disabled to the point that he is unable to continue firing, is patently ridiculous. It just is.

You're far more likely to hit an innocent target, or to miss your grouping entirely, than you are to actually hit the active shooter. You're also going to cause a lot more panic and confusion among the innocents caught up in the maelstrom, and then you are quite likely going to end up as a target yourself when LE arrives. Guess what? If LE arrives to find you standing with a gun in his hands, you're going to be taken down by whatever means necessary. Immediately.

Do you remember the Gabby Giffords shooting? Yah. That guy was taken down by multiple "good guys with guns"--but by sheer physical force. None of the Good Samaritans who chose to charge Jared Lee Loughner that day also chose to draw or fire on him, even though at least one was armed, and certainly multiple others who came to the first Good Samaritan's aid were armed, as well.

The responsible gun owner identifies the threat, assesses the threat, and does what is in his or her power to either a) end the threat or b) protect as many other people as possible from the threat. If someone is intent on shooting up some place, as Loughner was (he had a Glock of a model I can't recall, with a 30 round magazine, plus multiple more 30 round magazines ready to speed load--it is by the grace of G-d that he hadn't actually practised speedloading), then my first response, if I was within closing distance, would be to charge the shooter, not draw and try to shoot him. Charging him surprises him, distracts him, and encourages others to pile on top of him.

If I was not within closing distance, armed or not, I'd willingly be a bullet sponge and try to get as many people out and away from the shooter as fast as possible.

To imagine yourself a "hero" in some kind of fantasy is just that--a fantasy. A dangerous, deluded fantasy.

Tell me in my 'rant' (and I do agree, it was a bit of a rant), referred to imagining myself as a hero? Do you recall the attempted mass shooting in a Portland Oregon mall a few years ago? That shooting was stopped with no bloodshed (as I recall) by a single armed citizen. To say that there aren't qualified people out there is a bit of a stretch. I guess what you're saying is that you trust the killer more than you'd trust a qualified individual willing to defend him/herself and others, even at the expense of having the killer's gun turned on him or her. Personally, I'd prefer to be in a room full of armed people when that killer starts shooting. So I take it that even though you're an expert, you're armed, and there's an active shooter killing people, you won't use that weapon under any circumstances, simply offer yourself as another bullet sponge? When you could be actually saving the lives of the people in the room. I'm sorry, but there are qualified people who will actually defend themselves and others.

Topic: The Argument That Planned Parenthood is About Women's Health Care is a Joke
Posted: 26 Jan 2017 00:08

Do you even care about women? You are implying, that funding prenatal health is something bad. Cecile Richards is not talking about terminating pregnancy here, but about ensuring the health of pregnant women.

You're missing the point I think. What Cecile Richards is saying is that they cover prenatal care, which is a big part of the reason she's saying it can't be defunded. What phone call after phone call proved is that is a total fabrication - the only service they offer pregnant women is abortion. There's nothing on their website referencing prenatal care. Cecile Richards simply lied to protect her funding, that's the point.

They don't offer mammograms, or most other services that the thousands of community health centers (that unlike PP, actually are located in rural communitities) do offer.

Topic: President Obama's Legacy .... What will it be?
Posted: 25 Jan 2017 22:05

In reality, I think history will be very kind to him, if only because a majority of historian scholars are very liberal (and no, I don't have any data to back that up - just that so much of academia is liberal and pro-Obama).

However, his real legacy will be how close he brought us to an actual dictatorship. His use of his pen and his phone (his words) to totally ignore any law he disagreed with, his illegal appointments (well documented by his losses in the Supreme Court), the czars he appointed, rather than go through the normal Senate approvals, his total disregard for the legislative branch, his total disregard for legal rulings (look at the legal briefs of Judge Hanen excoriating justice department officials for egregious lies told to his court), his use of executive orders to change and ignore laws, his continual lies throughout his administration - several others above here have documented so many of those lies, his ability to totally defy the reality of what he'd actually said and done. He could say something one day, something completely different the next day and our media would accept it without question.

We must thank President Roosevelt for convincing America to pass the restriction on the Presidency to two terms. Yes, I do believe he'd have run again and probably won, then a fourth term, then a fifth etc. By then, we would have had a true and permanent dictatorship, with zero checks and balances on the Presidency, because he'd have total control of the judiciary and voters through immigration.

How's that for run-on sentences!

Topic: The Argument That Planned Parenthood is About Women's Health Care is a Joke
Posted: 25 Jan 2017 21:33

You can talk about "credible sources" all you want. Does Cecile Richards actually say that Planned Parenthood must not be defunded because of prenatal health? Yeah, she does. The source doesn't change that. Does phone call after phone call deny that they do? Yeah they do. The source doesn't change that either. This always seems to be a mantra of Planned Parenthood - "look at the source." How about doing exactly that, the specific words of Planned Parenthood!

Topic: Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted: 25 Jan 2017 20:33



All I'm saying is knock it off with the double standard.

Robert acted self-righteous and I acted smug. That's how these arguments go. To address one and not the other shows your bias.

I don't argue on on-line message boards to change hearts and minds. I do it because it feels better than yelling at the TV screen. And it gets the poison out before I have to deal with conservative friends.

As for "asking our celebrities to tone it down a bit" I'll get Madonna on the phone immediately and tell her to lay off. Then, I'll call Scarlett Johansson and tell her to lay down (God, I'm glad she's one of ours!).

For once, I'll agree a lot with Burquette. I don't post here because I think it'll change any minds, that would be self-righteous in the extreme. It is a place to let some frustrations out.

My last post was exactly that. I always tell my co-workers to wait till the next day to put anything in writing when you're angry. I didn't do that. If my posts came across as self-righteous, I apologize. They weren't intended to do that from the beginning.

The only purpose was to clarify what a lot of us felt. There is so much in the media and with politicians about why people voted against Hillar, one excuse after another, that I wanted to identify some specific reasons why this voter did.

It had nothing to do race, the e-mails, the dishonesty or corruption of Hillary, it had to do with the things I mentioned, my view on abortion that was diametrically opposed to Hillary, the Supreme Court, and so on. Those were my deciding factors, policy, not personal. Even if she was 100% the most honest person ever, I could never have voted for her.

Take away the policy issues and those others would have been a deciding factor, but it was her policies in my mind.

And yes, I get tired of the self-righteous multi-millionaire celebrities and sports stars feeling sorry for themselves for discrimination against them. I don't think they give a damn about the normal people who are hurting in the country.

I also think a lot of conservatives like myself are tired of these college students who become 'afraid' from any opinion voiced differently than theirs. They must have their safe spaces to run to. They cannot permit any dissenting opinion on their campus.

If their views are legitimate, they will withstand critical thought and dissent. Apparently though, that's not good enough, all must be silenced and banned from their campus. That's why they've been given the name of 'snowflake'.

For my own views, because I dissented from Hillary and the Democrats, I was termed "deplorable." We wore that as a badge of honor and it became a rallying cry. Hillary's use of that term probably did more than all the e-mails and letters from Comey combined to lead to her loss. It brought us together and out to vote. For that, I thank you Hillary!

Hopefully, this particular post came across as a bit more thoughtful than my last rant, as that one was borne of temporary anger. This one wasn't.








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Prelude to a Cruise, Chapter 1

Michelle called me a little after noon and said she was on her way home. I asked her how the dance was, and she said she’d tell me about it when she got home. I’d been anxious ever since she left the day before. Today was the first day of our forced abstinence and if she had a seriously sexy story to tell me, I knew that I was in grave trouble already. It’d been five days since we made love...

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We all sat back down and Tanya took over again. “This time, we all cut the cards, and high card gives the low card a dare, regardless of sex.” Yes! I hoped to hell I’d get a chance at Adriana! She’ll rue the day! Tanya went on, “No backing out. The dares stay in the room, but you do it or you get dressed and leave.” I think I was learning to love that girl! Adriana, watch out! Now, we were...

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  Michelle: I didn’t really want to go. I wanted to spend the night with my husband, but I’d made a promise to Jeremy and I know Robert understood. I felt terrible about getting sick. My poor hubby and I were looking forward to Thursday night. I stopped and checked into my hotel. I had a couple hours before I needed to leave for the dance and spent the first hour lying down after I...

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Michelle's New Profession, Chapter 5

Have you ever had a single, innocuous sentence spoken that forever changed your life? I spoke such a sentence two years ago when I asked Michelle, “Honey would you mind reading this?” I’m referring to that New Year’s Day a little over two years ago when my first story on Lush, 'The Night I Shared my Wife' had just been published. Michelle’s revelations to me from that night changed our lives...

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Michelle's New Profession, Chapter 4

Michelle Robert asked me to write about my experience with Jeremy. I complained that I’d never written anything like that before. He said he’d help, so here it is; I’ll try to do this. I called Robert, then started getting ready. I was disappointed that I couldn’t get a room with a hot tub, but this one was certainly nice. It had a king size bed with a great view of the city skyline....

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Michelle's New Profession Chapter 3

Monday after I got home from work, Michelle and I had fun going through her escort service e-mails. If they had the words ‘fuck’, ‘cock’, or anything comparably crude in the subject line we deleted them. Michelle loves romance. She wants to be romantic and see what follows…hopefully a very enjoyable evening, then a night of fantastic sex. I love going through them with her, to see the type...

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Jacqui's Wedding, Chapter 2

I returned to our hotel room toward the end of the reception, letting Michelle stay a little longer.  She said she'd find a ride back to the hotel. I’d only read about half an hour when I heard rattling at the door. I closed my book and listened, anxiously waiting for my wife to join me in bed. Michelle opened it and I heard her giggling, then what were obviously kisses. She told whoever...

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Jacqui's Wedding, Chapter 1

It was hard for me to believe that in just a week Jacqui was getting married. I couldn’t believe it was arriving so quickly. I was more than a little afraid of my emotions watching her being married to another man, when I knew I was still in love with her. There wasn’t a thing I could do about it though. We’d both known from the beginning that she and I had no long-term future together. ...

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Michelle's New Profession Chapter 2

Saturday morning I made Michelle a nice breakfast of sourdough corn fritters and sausage as a peace offering. We laughed about the night before, but she said she didn’t want to do it again for a while. After breakfast, we checked to see if she’d gotten any responses from her new website. She’d set up an e-mail address specifically for her escort business. She had four e-mails; three of them...

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