Forum posts made by wellmademale

Topic How important is make-up to you?
Posted 22 Mar 2018 08:11

This is definitely one of those situations where less = more.

Topic Complimenting a Girl
Posted 22 Mar 2018 08:10

Look fellows... Lead in hard and with dubious intent. If she slaps you (physically or figuratively) but especially physically... It only means she wishes you were a bit more romantic with it because she likes you. If she didn't like you at all... She wouldn't have bothered to slap you in the first place. If she smiles (which is mostly involuntary when a person you like flirts with you)... get ready to get some stank on your hang low.

This whole #metoo thing is important and all that shit but it shouldn't hamper you and your peacocking and throwing your dick out in the water. A slap is just a nibble that can turn into dinner or a catch and release even. Keep your pole and reel well oiled. Make her go, "yeah I fucked #himtoo... and you know what, I really liked it."

You know, you'll go back into stir when you get caught failing to register, everytime you relocate to a new residence.

Perhaps you should've considered that before you repeatedly leaned in hard with dubious intent.

Topic Site Down 14:00 22nd March for about 12 hours
Posted 22 Mar 2018 08:02 Shot 2018-03-21 at 09.03.19.png

If any of you can watch The Mist - on Netflix, it will help you to appreciate a bit more.

Topic Weirdest movie you ever saw
Posted 22 Mar 2018 07:45

Hands down, this is the weirdest thing I've ever sat through on a cold Saturday afternoon.

Sean Connery must've needed a paycheck. Because he certainly didn't give a fuck.

Topic Every once in a while
Posted 13 Mar 2018 13:57

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Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 13 Mar 2018 01:43

Be careful getting your firearms information from the NYT. They're not exactly known for their expertise or their unbiased opinions.

As per usual, you ignore the pertinent information that people post while changing the subject to something else you wish to blather about. That's a Donald J Trump tactic.

I was paying attention to the comments within the NYT article from the 5 surgeons who had commented about the gruesome injuries caused by the high velocity shells, fired into human flesh from those AR15s.

Which you completely disregarded.

You're not going to give up, give an inch or compromise about anything...we're aware of that. The information I post isn't for your consumption. I'm not attempting to change your opinion about anything. You have never been the target audience.

You're just another old embittered white guy who will eventually pass away into nothingness... and that's how we have to deal with people like you, so that evolution and positive change can occur.

Topic Every once in a while
Posted 12 Mar 2018 04:02

Topic Trump memes
Posted 12 Mar 2018 03:56 Savior.JPG

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 13:46

Which side is instrumental in refusing to lock up violent criminals, including those who are in this country illegally?

Which side has a history of using violent tragedies like Parkland to advance a political agenda?

Which side repeatedly demands that ordinary Americans disarm while at the same time going about their own lives surrounded by armed security teams?

You tell me which 'side' refuses to prosecute and lock up violent criminals, including any illegals? If you're implying that only the Liberatians or Tea Party Republicans are the ones upholding justice and The American Way... you'll get laughed at. Democrats are no more 'instrumental' in failing to lock up criminals than Republicans are. To say otherwise is an attempt to claim higher moral ground with a fallacy or - an Alternative Fact.

Incidentally, I know a slew of Republican voters who employ 'suspected illegal aliens' I say suspected, because these Repubs doing the hiring, don't do any background checking, when they can pay these crews or these workers substantially less than they would other people. Need a new roof, a home built, or a nanny?

Democrats aren't the only people looking to save some coin, Seax. 'Your Side' does this kind of shit all.the.time.

Which 'side' has a history of praying and saying a word for the victims, maybe offering to start a go-fund-me for victims of these mass shooting incidents and almost immediately starts naysaying towards anyone who even hints that perhaps we can have some sensible discussions towards lessening the number of and serverity of future violent incidents?

Which 'side' repeatedly demands that we disarm all Americans? I've never heard of total disarmament yet. But you and your NRA cronies all like to trot that out.

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 13:36

This is a gruesome read, but if you're an adult - you should be able to handle it.

More people probably need to become aware of this fact. < clickable link to a NY Times article.

High powered assault-style rifles produce devastating injuries to those struck by a round or rounds. Much more so, than those hit by rounds fired from handguns. To call those 'wounds' are to minimize what actually happens. So often, we read or hear about how many people were wounded during one of these mass shooting events, several are outright killed, many more are wounded and we don't register the word WOUNDED as anything that can't be recovered from or healed from.

These AR15 rounds aren't designed to be recovered from. You don't just get scratched, or nicked or suffer a simple flesh wound like we might see in a make-believe movie or tv series episode.

You get hit by a round fired from one of these rifles and your entire life changes immediately - for the much worse. Not just a little bit. Not something you just rub some dirt on and put a bandage around. Not at all. You're not even really singularly crippled, you are destroyed. Because that's what they are designed to do. Destroy the person they are fired at.

That's why I laugh when someone tells me that they have a rifle like this for hunting. So you shoot the deer and turn it into hamburger all with one trigger pull?

From March 4, 2018 - Wounds From Military Style Rifles? A Ghastly Thing To See.

Perhaps no one knows the devastating wounds inflicted by assault-style rifles better than the trauma surgeons who struggle to repair them. The doctors say they are haunted by their experiences confronting injuries so dire they struggle to find words to describe them.

What follows are the recollections of five trauma surgeons. Three of them served in the military, and they emphasized that their opinions are their own and do not represent those of the armed forces. One has treated civilian victims of such weapons in American cities. And a pediatric surgeon treated victims of a Texas church shooting last year.

Topic The Americans have spoken on gun control !
Posted 11 Mar 2018 06:48

You're wrong on that one. The Parkland students on that CNN town hall show called us murderers. And they're not the first. Nor will they be the last.

They are emotional HS students. 'You' are not murderers.

Many on your side are enablers, profiteers, hypocrites. Have I missed anything?

I know you'll say that you are none of those things, that you and yours are simply freedom cherishing patriots, hell-bent on staying that way.

Topic Another hypocrite scumbag politician
Posted 11 Mar 2018 06:44

Swamp Draining Campaign Pledge Achieved - Trump Style.

When the Trump administration took office early last year, hundreds of staffers from lobbying firms, conservative think tanks and Trump campaign groups began pouring into the very agencies they once lobbied or whose work they once opposed.

At least 187 Trump political appointees have been federal lobbyists, and despite President Trump’s campaign pledge to “drain the swamp,” many are now overseeing the industries they once lobbied on behalf of.

We’ve also discovered ethics waivers that allow Trump staffers to work on subjects in which they have financial conflicts of interest.

In addition, at least 254 appointees affiliated with Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and at least 125 staffers from prominent conservative think tanks are now working in the federal government, many of whom are on teams to repeal Obama-era regulations.

Drilling down even further, at least 35 Trump political appointees worked for or consulted with groups affiliated with the the billionaire libertarian brothers Charles and David Koch. Draining Failed.JPG

Topic Silence about Boomerang Deaths in Australia.
Posted 09 Mar 2018 08:08

Which one do you think you are?

I'm the one baiting the cat, of course.

Topic The Trump Tariffs
Posted 06 Mar 2018 15:04

So... Trump's advisors are now saying that Canada & Mexico will be exempt from the tariffs, but that they are still going ahead with their NAFTA redesign.

Gary Cohen (Goldman Sachs alumni), Trump's top economic advisor - has finally resigned over this tariff stance .

And, Kelly Conway gets another free pass from this most corrupt administration for violating the Hatch act twice last November by blatantly campaigning for pedophile Moore on both CNN & Fox News. T he administration's own Office of Special Counsel made the accusation against Conway and left it up to Trump to either penalize or not. He, instead, complimented her for breaking the law.

Offender mugshots are accumulating weekly for this administration, yet Trump claims that he has to turn away applicants to work for the administration! Mugshots.JPG

Topic Milik & Simplicity to be married on March 17
Posted 06 Mar 2018 14:48

That's wonderful news.

I'm delighted for you both.

Congratulations! Hugs

How many Lush weddings is this, now... Nic? Anyone keeping a spreadsheet..?

Congrats Milik & Simplicity

Topic Federal voting age in the United States should be lowered from 18 to 16 years...
Posted 06 Mar 2018 14:21

"by the time we joined High School, the skills necessary to make informed decisions were firmly in that age, we could......"

If you believe that to be true, then why didn't you suggest lowering the voting age to 13/14 or whenever a kid enrolls in high school? What's the extra two year gap for? If they're already capable of making an informed decision, what's supposed to happen in those two years? Could it be maturity? Hmmm...

No, this would be a terrible idea. Come election season, too many impressionable minds (especially those that don't really know or care about politics yet) will be targeted by teachers and text books and lesson plans with less an objective of teaching history/language/whatever and more about how to manipulate those kids into voting according to the teacher's desires.

That goes both ways. Can you imagine all the Republican parents that would put their kids in religious schools, just to push their voting aged teens into alignment with their own beliefs?

Is that even allowed? I mean, for teachers to promote one political party over another one? I don't recall any teacher in any classroom actively promoting Nixon over Humphrey, or Carter over Ford in '76.

I am pretty sure I'd have remembered if such had happened, as I was pretty attuned to what the fuck was going on in this country from about the age of 15 onward. The Watergate hearings were occurring and were televised. Unpopular Vietnam was still alternately raging and dragging on. My folks were concerned that it would still be going on when I came of age in 1978.

I was awake and aware after the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy in 1968, when I was but 8 years old. Now I realize that not all kids were, but current events around my parent's house were not whispered about nor were their children shielded by all things.

I think the age of everything should be set for 18. Most everyone has entered puberty by then, and many have completed that phase by then. Our brains and thoughts aren't all totally coherent necessarily, but I knew a slew of 16 to 35 year olds who were dumber than a box of rocks also. So age doesn't necessarily imply anything at all.

I was driving and insured at 16, eligible to be drafted at 18. Buying alcohol (3.2 percent) in the state of Kansas at 18 (21 to buy the 5.0% and harder stuff) in all states. Voting at 18. Able to get an auto loan at 17...

I voted at 18 and every election since. Can't do anything about voter apathy. But watching your country in a tailspin like we did in the 1970s with Watergate, Vietnam & then Iran taking the embassy in 1979 all tended to make thoughtful people appear at the polls.

Topic Silence about Boomerang Deaths in Australia.
Posted 05 Mar 2018 12:31

Topic Dog/Cat Diaries
Posted 04 Mar 2018 00:30

Topic Staying fresh
Posted 03 Mar 2018 13:49

Difficult to do, in the porn business. But this woman's done a pretty good job with it.

It’s quite difficult to write sexy scenes well without it coming off like Fifty Shades of Grey or some dime-store pharmacy novel.

It is! It’s difficult. There’s a reason why most erotica sounds the same: because there’s only so many ways you can describe sex, so it’s the story around the sex that’s going to make your novel stand out.

It’s interesting you mention that, because there are so many people in Hollywood who started out in porn—Michael Bay, Jackie Chan, Sylvester Stallone—and people don’t even know about it because their CVs have been effectively scrubbed.

I…don’t know what’s to blame, or who is to blame. That’s kind of the way it is. But you know, I feel very fortunate to lead the life I lead and do the things that I do. I talk to a lot of my other friends I went to college with and they lead pretty boring lives, and I feel fortunate that I get to be creative, I get to write, I get to meet interesting people, I get to make movies.

Topic The Trump Tariffs
Posted 02 Mar 2018 14:40

It's beginning to appear that Trump's corrupt commerce secretary had planned to take advantage of the president's notorious characteristic of mimicking or parroting the last idea or concept he's had sales-pitched at him by someone that Trump himself somewhat admires or respects. It helped that Trump was also emotionally unglued at the time.

Wilbur Ross recently cannibalized Trump with regard to the tariffs.

Trump - he's got all the best ideas, and hires only the best people...and ONLY Donald J Trump can fix everything that ails America.

Topic Trump Never Wanted To Be President
Posted 01 Mar 2018 18:22

Everyone already knows that you dumb shit.

Drunk kind of early tonight aren't you?

Topic Trump Never Wanted To Be President
Posted 01 Mar 2018 18:04

Trump is certainly the most unpresidential President in my lifetime. This is the guy who said he could be very presidential, who said that only he could fix things. Who claimed that he only hired the best people.

He's had over 50 people leave their positions inside his administration who were appointed by Trump or were career officers.

Some leave their positions under a severe cloud (Rob Porter - recently), some leave because they are so toxic, they simply get jettisoned after a few days/weeks/months. Bannon, Mooch, General Flynn & Manafort to name a small handful. Some get shitcanned because Trump suspects them of being Deep State anti-trump holdovers - Yates, Comey (again just to name a few).

He's got people who are already pleading guilty to crimes (or being indicted of same) who were connected to his campaign and to his young administration.

He's not even remotely presidential. He's the nepotistic laughingstock of the entire world.

And here's a great example of his rousing leadership skills -

In 2014 - When the Ebola scare happened, Donald Trump took to Twitter to promptly blame President Obama for the alleged “outbreak.”

On Trump's watch, roughly 4,000 American citizens are dying every single week from the flu, and he’s been almost completely silent about this public health crisis.

He is incapable of leading, and with no one else to blame, he refuses to speak.

As it does for the numbers of flu cases, doctor’s visits and hospitalizations, CDC also estimates deaths in the United States using mathematical modeling. CDC estimates that from 2010-2011 to 2013-2014, influenza-associated deaths in the United States ranged from a low of 12,000 (during 2011-2012) to a high of 56,000 (during 2012-2013).

CDC reported cases in 2017-18 (126,117) many people don't bother to go to the doctor to be counted and treated.

Topic Trump memes
Posted 28 Feb 2018 10:19

Once this video loads, it takes about 7 to 8 seconds before the good stufff appears. Well edited

Topic At least sixteen dead in Parkland FL high school shooting.
Posted 26 Feb 2018 19:32

This is interesting... Perhaps it's just my inner cynic talking now...but all these fuckers are merely chasing the majority of the money to be earned.

Before the shooting in Florida, these were the companies (link) who were actively partnered with the NRA.

In the weeks since, these are the corporations cancelling their partnerships/discounts/services with the NRA.



Delta Air Lines

United Airlines

First National Bank of Omaha





Paramount Rx

Allied Van Lines

North American Van Lines

Wyndham Worldwide (says it ended its NRA partnership in late 2017)

Best Western (says it ended its association with NRA in 2014)

And, in the great state of Georgia, we have this situation rearing its head. Georgia GOP Threatens To Block Delta Tax Break Over Airline’s Severed NRA Ties. This is a potential $40 million loss for Delta.

WXIA noted that Rick Jeffares, a former Republican state senator and current candidate for lieutenant governor, had also announced his new opposition to the tax break, saying, “ If Delta can afford to write off the travel business of all those folks, they clearly don’t need a special tax break from Georgians. ”

Remember these fuckers for the next several elections. The GOP has become 100% insane, and they are proud of it.

Topic At least sixteen dead in Parkland FL high school shooting.
Posted 25 Feb 2018 15:13

As usual, the devil is in the details.

Do we take the guns away from everyone or just the bad guys?

Do we focus on those who have been bad in the past or try to identify the ones who will be bad in the future?

Who gets to decide which guns will be kept or taken away?

This guy's done some thinking along those lines, but your side isn't going to like any of his ideas and you'll push back relentlessly. It's what 'you' do. Especially what you, Seax - do.

Treat all semi-automatic weapons in a similar way under the same laws as fully-automatic weapons.

Regulate gun ownership and usage the same way we regulate car ownership and usage.

Topic Complimenting a Girl
Posted 25 Feb 2018 15:02

How do you guys compliment a girl now in today's environment? You know, with all the #Me Too and sexual harassment stuff going on. The reason I'm asking, is a couple of my female friends at school and I were discussing it. Men are so afraid now to almost even speak to a woman at work or school for fear of a sexual harassment charge.

Almost any verbal compliment a man would give to any woman before he actually gets to know here, even vaguely - is going to be a superficial compliment at best. Is that the sort that you and your girlfriends would be fishing for?

There are still all manner of ways a man can/could flirt with any woman he might take a fancy with - which do not involve bold faced statements or actions which would constitute harassment or even be mistaken as any form of misogyny or creepiness.

Women know it when they hear it or sense it. If you sense that men are afraid to speak to a woman, then it's because those men don't really know how to speak to anyone, let alone a woman they might be attracted to.

Where do these charming, savvy men congregate? They are all around. There's just more dunderheads and inexperienced, lazy or indifferent apathetics. And that is the way it has always been.

This isn't the first time that some men have seemingly become withdrawn or more careful with their behavior. It does serve as a good reminder to those who pay attention to the world around them, though.

I'm sure you and your girlfriends will be just fine. You just have to wade through the litter like the rest of us.

Topic music what not to play at a funeral
Posted 24 Feb 2018 20:23

Topic Today in Pictures (post a picture representing your mood)
Posted 24 Feb 2018 20:20

Topic Silence About Gun Violence In Chicago.
Posted 24 Feb 2018 19:54

Topic At least sixteen dead in Parkland FL high school shooting.
Posted 20 Feb 2018 20:48

I never knew this...

Over 30 years ago, when Reagan was elected President in 1980, he discarded a law proposed by his predecessor that would have continued funding federal community mental health centers. This basically eliminated services for people struggling with mental illness.

He made similar decisions while he was the governor of California, releasing more than half of the state’s mental hospital patients and passing a law that abolished involuntary hospitalization of people struggling with mental illness. This started a national trend of de-institutionalization.

Tell me Karma doesn't exist.