Forum posts made by seeker4

Topic Star Wars : The Force Awakens - My Luke Skywalker fan theory
Posted 13 Nov 2015 06:45

To be fair, Mark has had a career post-Star Wars, just not one that attracts a lot of attention. He's done some fantastic voiceover work and his Joker rivals Nicholson and Ledger for popularity among bat-fans.

I've been trying to stay out of the silliness around Luke and The Force Awakens because JJ Abrams penchant for trying to use mystery and misdirection to sell his movies doesn't sit well with me. My gut feeling is he will be on the Light Side but may not be a "major character" in this movie, more of a McGuffin with the others looking for him. After that, perhaps he becomes the Obi-Wan figure going forward. Maybe. Let's not forget that the Jedi mentor figure in the first movie of each of the previous trilogies ended up becoming "one with the Force" by the end of that movie.

Topic Forum Game: Sexual Choices
Posted 12 Nov 2015 10:11

Cuffs. Soft ones at that.

Friend with benefits or random pickup at a bar?

Topic Spoil my Wish
Posted 12 Nov 2015 10:09

Granted but it is so full of Lushies that no one can move.

I wish I was a handsome prince with a lovely princess waiting for me in my chambers.

Topic The person below me is...
Posted 12 Nov 2015 10:08

No. Never. Ain't happenin'. I get the willies standing on a 6' step ladder.

TPBM has never driven a car.

Topic Use My Last Word First - in a 5 word sentence..
Posted 12 Nov 2015 10:07

Desirable lady awaits his touch.

Topic This or That
Posted 12 Nov 2015 10:05

Cotton. Not sure why, but like the feel of it.

Fly or take the train?

Topic Which franchise should I catch up on tomorrow?
Posted 12 Nov 2015 08:11

So, I have tomorrow and Monday off work. Son is in school, wife is on a trip. Plan to do some writing and verifying here, but I also want to veg in front of the telly a bit. I have many, many movie franchises that I like that I need to catch up on. So, anyone here have any advice on my choices?

Bond (Watched them religiously up to Goldeneye but I haven't seen the last couple Brosnans or any of Craig)
Bourne (Haven't seen any but they sound good)
Planet of the Apes (huge fan of the old sixties-seventies series but haven't seen either of the new ones)
Nolan/Bale Batman trilogy (loves me some Batman but have only seen a bit of Batman Begins)

Topic Do You Have a Hairy Cock?
Posted 11 Nov 2015 12:45

While I am a hairy guy overall, it pretty much stops at the base of the shaft. Even my balls aren't especially hairy (and I do shave them periodically).

Topic United States Marine Corps 240th Birthday
Posted 10 Nov 2015 12:30

Even as a pacifist foreigner, I admire the US Marines. Not too many armies in the world who can boast a battle record like theirs. Congrats to the Marines on 240 years.

Topic Sharing you wife/gf
Posted 08 Nov 2015 05:23

I have not. Can't really see her being into it, to be honest.

Would I hypothetically? Depends on the who, when, where, why of it. I'd be open to it if she was, but not with just anyone. Would have to be someone we know at least socially, I think, not just some random person/couple we just picked up at a swingers' party or bar. Some mutual trust and understanding would be needed.

How many? One other (M or F, preferably bi in either case) or maybe a couple (MF most likely), I think. Gang bangs don't appeal.

Topic $100 Prize for October's Moderator of the Month Award, goes to ...
Posted 06 Nov 2015 13:10

As one of my favorite Bond themes put it, "Nobody does it better." Congrats, Katie!

Topic If you could have any Super Power what would it be.
Posted 04 Nov 2015 13:54

Teleportation or Flight. I simply spend too much f---ing time getting from place to place.

Topic Replace One Word in a Song or Movie Title With "Orgasm"
Posted 04 Nov 2015 08:48

The XXX versions of Sean Connery's Bond movies:

Dr. Orgasm
From Russia with Orgasm
Goldorgasm (or Orgasmfinger, both work)
You Only Orgasm Twice
Orgasms are Forever

Topic Anal play toys for men
Posted 04 Nov 2015 07:13

Anyone got a recommendation for a guy interested in experimenting with anal play during masturbation? Something that will "hit the spot" as they say but suitable for an anal virgin (well, a bit of finger penetration, but nothing more) on a budget? I see some individual reviews but I'm seeking more of a general recommendation. Something available in the Lush store would be nice.

I enjoy playing with my ass and had a fantastic cum one time when I managed to hit the prostate but self play with fingers gets a bit limited due to reach. Just can't penetrate easily and comfortably at my age. May also have a partner use it on me at times but we'll see.

Topic Your blocks now extend to forum posts
Posted 03 Nov 2015 13:45

Sorry I couldn't read your post, I have you blocked evil4

Its more about filtering out the nonsense from a thread. Of course you can still read the posts if you want by logging off.

Maybe we need to add a reveal link incase you really want to see it?

That is how Xenforo boards work (I admin on one). They completely hide the posts unless the blocked post is the most recent post in a thread (in which case it does what you describe, shows that a post is there but hides the content and user). At the bottom of each page of the thread, there is a message that advises that there are hidden posts and you can click it to unhide the posts in just that thread while keeping the user blocked (Ignored in Xenforo parlance).

Topic What is your biggest sexual secret from your significant other?
Posted 03 Nov 2015 13:34

My bi-curiosity and my periodic visits with escorts.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 31 Oct 2015 09:59

Honestly, until now I had never heard of it so I will look into it. Thank you for sharing. icon_biggrin

Unfortunately, PR is not one of our strong suits. The only reason I got into UU'ism was because my wife's doctoral thesis supervisor was a past president of the local UU congregation which got us both interested.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 30 Oct 2015 13:30

I'm not a fan of organized religions. I find too much fault & flaw with their nonsense, especially being a woman. I don't appreciate I'm less valuable or have less worth because I don't have a dick. I'm not subservient to my husband, I'm his partner & he is mine.

I do believe in God or a higher power... and I believe in science and evolution. I do see how science and technology has done so much good & I always say that God gave us the ability to use our brains to make the world a better place.

Not trying to be missionary, but have you ever given Unitarian Universalism a try? I'm actually ex-UU right now but that's more about me not feeling like sitting in a service these days than any unhappiness with the movement as a whole. There's no established doctrine, just a set of principles like respecting the inherent worth and dignity of every person, respecting the interdependent web of existence, and so on. You can believe in God or not, in Jesus or not, and so on. I've met UUs who follow Christian, Buddhist, Taoist, humanist, and other paths. And UU churches are LGBT-friendly (in fact, in the forefront of the same sex marriage movement in Canada and US), feminist (mostly), and generally welcoming to most persons. Not pushing it, but just thinking that it's a church that addresses a lot of what you don't like about Christian churches.

Topic Who is your favorite male comic?
Posted 30 Oct 2015 05:43

I've had a few over the years:

George Carlin
Bill Murray (okay, he's more sketch comedy than standup but still funny, ditto the original SNL crew like Chevy Chase, Dan Akroyd, etc.)
Robin Williams (RIP) - funnier on stage than in most of his movies
Steven Wright

I'm not really up on the current crop (e.g. Louis CK, Russell Peters) though I've noticed a lot of them have "concert films" on Netflix so it's been in the back of my mind to try a few of them out.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 30 Oct 2015 05:39

So, if I understand you correctly (and no, I'm not trying to be a bitch here), if you believe in God, but don't follow a set religion (Catholic, Baptist, Jewish, etc.) you're just a Theist? And if you believe what Genesis taught us (I'm picking Genesis as it's something most people are familiar with) but that God stopped after "Adam & Eve" (for lack of a better term) you're a Deist?

If that's the case... I now know the correct term for what I am. Not that it matters, I love all people and try to get along with them... though some I'm not as successful with as others. A person being an Atheist doesn't bug me in the least as long as they respect my beliefs.

Hell... I married an Atheist.

I would hope even someone not part of a set religion would be more than just a theist (ie. have something more to their faith than just "I believe in God") but if you believe in God, regardless of your faith, you are a theist. That's the definition of theist. Now, you can get more precise without getting into specific religions. Pantheist (existence is God), panentheist (existence is in, encompassed by God), monotheist (belief in one transcendant God), polytheist (multiple deities), are arguably narrower terms under the broad term "theist".

Deist is pretty much what you say, though most Deists tend to not take Genesis literally, but accept scientific theories of existence. To them, science is largely about finding God's plan much as revelation is for traditional theist. Again, Deist is a fairly generic term and you can find them in a number of places including some Christian churches, UU churches, and so on. It wouldn't surprise me to find there are Jewish and Islamic Deists, too.

Topic Happy Birthday Dudelicious!
Posted 29 Oct 2015 13:57

Dudes do not get older.

Dudes just get smarter and sexier.

Happy Birthday, Dudelicious!

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 29 Oct 2015 13:54

If you believe there is a God involved, then it's theism. If you don't belong to a specific religion, then I guess that's your religion, too, but strictly speaking it is a "broader term" with various theist religions falling into it.

Now, if you believe that God just created the universe and then left it to develop according to the laws and such that God put in place at the beginning with no ongoing intervention (ie. no miracles or incarnations), that's another school of thought called Deism. I have kind of leaned that way at times,but in the end I don't see the point of believing in a non-interventionist God. It is effectively no different from there being no God.

Topic Something You'd Like your Spouse/Significant Other To Do
Posted 29 Oct 2015 05:38

Pretty much anything beyond basic intercourse. Oral is a biggie (both directions), though. Getting some toys involved would be nice, too.

Topic Midday Naps: Beneficial or Detrimental?
Posted 28 Oct 2015 13:01

It has never even occurred to me to nap, unless I am sick, or jet-lagged.

This. Though I do kind of doze off sometimes on weekend afternoons if there's nothing much to do.

Topic I Am An Atheist. (Does that offend you?)
Posted 28 Oct 2015 07:26

Is atheism a religion? Or the lack of religion? It appears if you believe in God then you must prove a god. If you believe in nothing then there is nothing to prove.

Atheism is a lack of belief in God, NOT a lack of religion and it is certainly NOT a religion, just a religious/philosophical idea. There are religions (e.g. some schools of Buddhism) that are atheist but atheism itself is simply the idea that there is no Deity and can be found in many religious and philosophical traditions/schools. It is therefore comparable to "monotheism", which is not a religion but the idea found in a number of religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Bahai'ism) that there is only one Deity. Polytheism, pantheism, panentheism, agnosticism are all similar ideas as well, none of them a religion but each an idea/concept that can be found in various religious, theological, and philosophical traditions/schools.

I would probably be best described as an atheist agnostic right now - I don't believe in God myself save in a very broad sense but I also regard the existence of metaphysical entities like God, the afterlife, etc. as matters of faith, not reason or empirical evidence. No one can prove with certainty that there is a God but said God cannot be entirely ruled out either. It is ultimately a matter of one's personal faith.

Topic Would you donate your body to science or for organ donation?
Posted 27 Oct 2015 13:53

I suspect some of mine are already past their expiry date, but they are welcome to any that are usable. And I'm more than happy to have medical science use me for research, esp. if it helps someone else suffering from something that affected me. I have a long abiding love of science and don't mind helping out. In the end, of course, it's my wife that gets to make the call even with my donor form filled out, though I hope she'll follow my wishes.

Topic This or That
Posted 27 Oct 2015 11:40


Watch a movie or binge watch a TV show?

Topic Would you like a 3some with the 2 members Above You.....Yes or No?
Posted 27 Oct 2015 11:39

An intriguing possibility to say the least.

Topic Censored Words
Posted 27 Oct 2015 05:35

Probably depends on the story verifier. I got a story rejected for using "nigga" with an A once yet there are stories with "nigger" in them.

Could be those stories you found are older. Could have been more lax at the beginning.

This mostly.

Standards have changed over time as the mods have made rulings on various stories and questions. If they are older stories that were verified before mods ruled on these words and no one complains, they stay. When we make a mod ruling about a word or grammar issue, the mod team generally do not do a retro to fix all existing stories (category or topic removal being the exception to that that I have seen), just apply that ruling going forward.

There may have been a few slips, too. Not everyone registers a given word as "bad". Certainly, the use of "faggot" in the context given by VanGogh (gay men adopting/co-opting it as a term of endearment) might register as kosher for some.