Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic The WORST movie you ever saw
Posted 21 Oct 2016 11:18

I could agree and disagree with many of the choices above.

My personal choice isn't that well known: Starship Invasions. Crappy fx, awful script, bizarre plot (aliens try to conquer Earth with a suicide ray that causes people to off themselves). And a corny ending where a half-assed robot saves the world. Only saving grace is the cast, featuring Christopher Lee as the alien leader and Robert Vaughn as the human protagonist, but even Lee, saviour of many overwrought bad movies, can't save this turkey.

Topic Weird shit my kids say
Posted 21 Oct 2016 08:28

My younger brother (16) and sister (13) use stupid slang all the time. My sister described something as 'dank' the other day. No idea what that is and I was met with a look of pure horror when I asked her. Another one is 'scoot scoot' again no idea what that is. Salty, as someone mentioned earlier is one I have heard. Describing something as 'lit' also but not to mean that there is good lighting. Dope has been around forever, I used that when I was their age. Oh and forever, is no longer forever. If someone is taking a long time they say 'you've been gone for neeeev' which is never but abbreviated.

This sounds very familiar. I know most of these thanks to son (17). If I hear the phrase "dank meme" one more time, I'm going to flip.

Topic Blonde or Brunette - Now with the answers
Posted 21 Oct 2016 08:21

3rd from the left but she gives it a good try, doesn't she?

Topic Guys your feelings on pubic hair on women
Posted 20 Oct 2016 13:06

I like to see some hair down there. Not saying I would reject a woman who was bare (in fact, I've been with some), but it's not the most attractive look for me. A full bush or a light trim is perfect.

Topic The Bearenst#in Bear Problem
Posted 20 Oct 2016 11:44

I remember it as "Berenstein" but I also haven't read them in a long time. My son never got into them much so I really haven't given them much attention since my youngest brother was little, which would be the late seventies-early eighties.

Topic Ethical nonmonogamy
Posted 20 Oct 2016 11:37

From long experience, I know that I am more open to being open than my wife would be (as in, she wouldn't be at all). In fact, if I had it all to do over again, I'd probably be more like 1nympholes; admit that traditional monogamy isn't for me and shoot for someone who would accept being in an open arrangement of some kind. But that isn't my reality and, for the moment, I've stopped cheating as well (only ever did so with escorts anyhow). Open relationships are a wonderful idea but just aren't going to happen for me so I need to make the best of what I have. High five to those who have them and are enjoying them, though.

Topic how true is this??
Posted 20 Oct 2016 11:25

I've met some surprisingly mature 25 year olds, that I'd consider dating (if I weren't already married), and some women my own age or older who acted like stupid teenagers whom I have no patience for.

I think that's kind of the key, really. It is maturity, rather than age, than really determines desirability. A mature twentysomething would be more desirable than an immature fiftysomething. While age and experience would tend to give the advantage in that department to older women, it's not a guarantee and I've met some very mature college girls.

Topic If you agree for a Threesome and given option of FFM or FMM , which would you opt ? why ??
Posted 20 Oct 2016 06:16

That's a tough call. As a bi-curious male, FMM would be very appealing since I could explore my curiosity in a fairly safe environment. OTOH, sharing with another lady has its appeal, too. Hm. If I had to choose one, though, I'd say FMM is where I'd come down right now.

Topic Women pegging men
Posted 19 Oct 2016 12:26

I would give it a try. I've played with my ass a bit while masturbating and like the thought of getting some action down there.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 19 Oct 2016 08:52

Some Blithering Buzzard sounds good right now. I wouldn't say I hate my intended comp entry, but I'm having a hell of a time figuring out how to end it.

Topic Happy Birthday Kiera
Posted 19 Oct 2016 08:37

Hey there, Kiera! Have (or hope you had a) happy birthday! 30, eh? I wouldn't have thought you were a day over 29. :D

Topic Secretary Fantasy
Posted 18 Oct 2016 11:36

I've had the hots for co-workers before. Even had a wet dream about a woman from work shortly after we first met (that was a long time ago) and had the hots for her for a long time. Still do a bit. I find that over time, as we work together, it tends to fade, though. I get into the mindset of being colleagues or, at most, friends. That said, there's 2 or 3 women at work that I wouldn't turn down, but I wouldn't pursue them or anything since they and I are all married.

Topic how true is this??
Posted 18 Oct 2016 11:32

I have never seen the appeal of younger in and of itself. Not saying I wouldn't date or sleep with a much younger woman if something clicked, but it's not necessarily what I'd be looking for. I'd rather have someone close to my age (51), maybe between 40 and 60, though I'd dip into the 30s for the right person. Even when I've been playing with escorts, I've tended to ones in their thirties or even forties rather than the hot young ladies (though age is hard to gauge, since most understate their age in their ads).

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 14 Oct 2016 17:10

Not really. Got to fly tomorrow. Love flying, hate all the crap one has to deal with to do it (security, customs, etc.).

TPBM is sitting back with a glass of their favorite alcohol and unwinding.

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 14 Oct 2016 17:07

Here we shall lie together.

Topic Spoil my Wish
Posted 14 Oct 2016 17:05

Granted. It snows instead.

I wish I could stay a few more days in Tampa instead of going home tomorrow.

Topic Have you ever seen a ghost?
Posted 14 Oct 2016 17:02

I'm not remotely religious and think there is an undiscovered science behind all this.

I'd go with you on this much. There are definitely some strange, unexplained phenomena out there, but I'm not going to buy "supernatural" explanations when it is quite likely that science will account for them somehow, someday, putting them into the realm of nature.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 14 Oct 2016 15:13

Greetings, to all who wander in seeking peace and enlightenment and leave staggering drunk and dead broke.

In the opinion of me, life is good. First Dylan wins the Nobel prize for literature and then, as if to celebrate that great event, this hits the newswires:


AP - MIAMI — Attention U.S. travelers going abroad: You now can bring home all the Cuban rum and cigars you want.

The Obama administration announced Friday a new round of executive actions designed to increase trade and travel with the communist island. And this is the one many Americans have been waiting for — no more restrictions on the island's famed rum and cigars.

Under the new rules, which go into effect Monday, travelers can purchase unlimited quantities of Cuban rum and cigars in any country where they are sold so long as they are for personal consumption. Sorry American couch potatoes: You can't order Cuban rum and cigars online and have them shipped to your home.


So I say, light 'em up if you got 'em and we'll drink to that.

Okay, now who is going to contribute the first bottle of Cuban rum and box of cigars to the party?

ps: Thanks for all the Dylan links. And Seeker, thanks also for the tip about the Dylan thread.


Damn, that'll probably push the prices up. Next we'll have you Americans wanting to horn on the Cuban resorts, too. We've had them pretty much to ourselves, save for the odd European, for decades thanks to the boycott.

Oh well, a rum and Coke to ... um ... celebrate, I guess.

Topic Have you ever seen a ghost?
Posted 14 Oct 2016 15:05

People are suggesting it's either a ghost ship or Jesus. YOU DECIDE!

Given the number of shipwrecks on that lake, if there are ghosts it should be full of them.

I have no spooky occurrences to recount, which is why I remain agnostic about them. I am not saying there is no such thing as "ghosts" or "spirits", but I have no personal experience to convince me and all the "evidence" I've been is either anecdotal or inconsistent and generally doesn't stand up to scrutiny very well. The existence of the dead returning to haunt us is, to my eye, a matter of faith/belief every bit as much as the existence of God or angels or .

Topic Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
Posted 14 Oct 2016 14:57

I posted the video for Tangled Up in BLue over in Rumplations (in the The Pub forum). Agree with you on Cohen, not sure about the others. Still, I think it is Dylan's influence as much as his actual body of work (though that is a big factor, too) that is being rewarded. Even today, we see young artists covering Dylan and claiming him as an influence. All the ones that you name are influential, to be sure, but I'm not sure to the degree he has been. It also opens the door to someone like Cohen being named down the road (though Leonard has his poetry and novels so could have been rewarded on that basis a long time ago).

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 13 Oct 2016 19:27

Oh, hell, I can never pick just one Dylan song. From Blood on the Tracks.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 13 Oct 2016 19:22

I just posted some in the Dylan thread in Arts & Entertainment, but here is one I didn't. I first heard this one in the cover by The Byrds (whose lead singer, Roger McGuinn, kicks off this performance from Bob's 30 anniversary celebration) and it is both musically and lyrically powerful, even 52 years after it first appeared.

And, damn, what a band, eh? Dylan, McGuinn, Young, Clapton, Petty. A collection of incredible talent.

Topic Attachment
Posted 13 Oct 2016 19:12

I am fairly thoroughly attached, even if I stretch a bit at times.

Topic Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
Posted 13 Oct 2016 18:17

More Bob, this time live and with company:

Of course, Dylan was big influence on Springsteen as a writer, one of many songwriters who've drunk from that well.

Topic Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
Posted 13 Oct 2016 18:14

He is one of the most poetic songwriters of our time (the only other one I can think of who is in the same league is Leonard Cohen, who is an award-winning poet and novelist here at home) and I have no issue with him winning the literature Nobel. A well-deserved honour and I hope this is a sign that the Nobel committee are broadening their definition of "literature" a bit. It usually goes to some highbrow, critic-friendly novelist (even this year, the pre-announcement favorites were Don DeLillo and Haruki Murakami). Bravo, Bob, and I hope you've got a few years and songs still left in you.

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Oct 2016 16:57

Yeah, a beer will do.

Buz, building stadiums and arenas seems to be one of those make work projects that politicians and team owners just can't resist, even if the facility being replaced is in perfectly good condition. It's easy to decide something like that when someone else's money (usually the taxpayer's) is involved.angry7

Topic RUMPLATIONS: Honky Tonk and Cyber Bar
Posted 12 Oct 2016 15:25

Checking in from Tampa Florida tonight. Boring work conference that was actually fairly interesting today. And that was before having lunch with two attractive women who are probably half my age (based on a remark from one about attending a high school that I was involved in designing). Delightful company even if I knew I didn't have a hope in hell (and, well, I'm married). And they represent a company I might actually want to do business with some day, so it even counted as work. :D Ah, to be young and handsome again (not that I was ever the latter).

Scotch, my friend, the kind that clears sinuses. I'm sure you have some Up The Kilt 20 year-old single malt lying around.

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 11 Oct 2016 07:13

Not really. At least no more than me.

TPBM wishes they were somewhere else or at least had some nice company where they are.

Topic Guilty or Innocent.
Posted 11 Oct 2016 07:10

Yes, very. Not sure that make me guilty of anything though. Christmas is probably the worst but others are getting out of hand, too.

You woke up too early this morning and needed to masturbate to get back to sleep (yes, this happened to me)

Topic Would you forgive your partner/spouse for cheating? Would you rather they did not tell you?
Posted 11 Oct 2016 06:44

In the end, I would hope I would. However, the reality is that how and when I would see my way to forgiveness would depend on a lot of factors. Whether it was a one night stand or an ongoing affair. Whether she was willing to end it and work with me on our relationship. Whether there had been previous history (the first would be easier to forgive than the fourth). And probably others. Now, forgiveness is not the same thing as keeping the relationship. If it was clear from history or the circumstances of the cheating that something was awry in our relationship to start with, then I would still forgive but also suggest an amicable parting of the ways.