Saturday, December 31, 2011
Friday, December 30, 2011
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Monday, December 26, 2011
Image via College Cum Slut LOL. I'm usually not so obvious to give you guys and gals something to get off too, but when I'm alone for a couple of days, I get too much into my head. Thus, welcome to College Cum Slut...
Will, Stephen or Damien I need to cum in you!
For the love of newly born baby Jesus who is the older guy in this? He's so fucking hot!!!!!!
These guys are so fucking hot...and that's my favorite way to cum actually.
And finally...for you piss freaks like me.
I hope you had a merry Christmas.
Sunday, December 25, 2011
I'm not a particularly religious man. I have quite a big beef against the people of the book. Regardless of what I feel for the Founders of that book (God, Allah, whathaveyou).
But I do believe that Jesus was at least in same ouvre as Gandhi and Buddha and Abraham Lincoln, Elizabeth Bennett and Buffy.
And honestly this is my favorite carol. Nanci Griffith is amazing as are the Chieftains.
I may post some more lovely images of fellas celebrating the season, but if I lapse and do not, enjoy yourselves, my lovely blogger friends. Hugs to each and everyone.
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Since I can't find the scene in which Auntie Mame wishes y'all a Merry Christmas, I present to you Killer Auntie Mame by Queen.
I'm currently watching Auntie Mame...possibly my mostest favoritest movie of all-time.
Love you, Rosalind Russell. If I was a flaming gay, you would be what I'd want to be. :)
Patrick: What's that?
Mame: That's a B, darling. The first letter in a seven letter word that means your late father!
Friday, December 23, 2011
Thursday, December 22, 2011
The Night Strangers - Chris Bohjalian
Commercial pilot Chip Linton struggles with PTSD after having crash-landed his passenger jet on Lake Champlain. Seeking peace and quiet, he moves with his wife and twin daughters to a Victorian mansion in Vermont and starts remodeling the house as a kind of therapy. In the process, he comes across a mysterious door in the basement -- firmly sealed years earlier with 39 carriage bolts. Thirty-nine is exactly the number of people who died in the plane crash...and somehow Chip must learn the connection between the door and the crashed jet. For another terrifying tale about a man seeking peace in an old farmhouse, read Dan Simmons' A Winter Haunting.
Those Across the River - Christopher Buehlman
Frank Nichols, an unemployed college professor and veteran of World War I, inherits a mansion in Whitbrow, Georgia that has long been in the family. When he learns about his great-grandfather's brutal treatment of his slaves, he decides to investigate. He and his wife, Eudora, move south to live in the mansion while he does his research. But when Frank delves into the slave history, events take him where he least expected to go. If you want more Depression-era terror in a small Southern town, read Michael Koryta's The Cypress House.
The First Days - Rhiannon Frater
Transfixed by the sight of her three-year-old's tiny fingers scrabbling under the front door, and then by the pool of blood flowing out, Jenni is unable to run from her family, now ravenously pursuing her. Just in time, a voice tells her to get into the pickup truck sitting in her driveway. Katie, the rescuer, and Jenni drive away as fast as possible, pursued by Jenni's zombie family – and more of the hungry undead! Author Rhiannon Frater initially published her trilogy As the World Dies online. The First Days is book 1; the 2nd volume, Fighting to Survive, appeared in November; and the 3rd book, Siege, is scheduled for release in April.
Harbor - John Ajvide Lindqvist
Anders and Cecelia love the view from their little island house, called The Shack, so as soon as the water in the harbor firmly freezes over, they go out with their seven-year-old daughter Maja for a picnic at the old lighthouse. Everything is covered in white, and there's no place to hide, but Maja mysteriously disappears without even a trace of her footprints. Devastated, Anders drowns his sorrow in alcohol and Cecelia leaves him. A few years later, he returns to The Shack hoping to find some trace of Maja. What he finds is subtle, undefinable evil, and deeper terror than just the disappearance of a child.
Bedbugs - Ben H. Winters
Delighted with their surprisingly cheap apartment in a Brooklyn Heights brownstone, Alex and Susan Wendt happily settle in with their daughter Emma. Susan has eagerly anticipated having her own studio space, and she sets to work…until a horrible smell emerges in the room, and her paintings look like someone has been altering them. When bedbug bites appear on her arm, her sense of unease increases, especially when the exterminator claims there are no bugs -- but Susan can see them! Library Journal says you should read while keeping "an eye out for those squirmy little buggers."
Horns - Joe Hill
Ignatius Perrish is popular, rich, and in love with the beautiful Merrin Williams. Life is perfect -- until someone finds Merrin's mutilated corpse in the woods. There's no proof that Ig killed her, but practically everybody thinks he's guilty. After a year of drunken misery, Ig wakes up one morning to find he has turned into a monster: there are horns growing out of his forehead. He also discovers new powers that lead him in unexpected directions, and a new challenge: reveal the monster who killed Merrin. Publishers Weekly calls Horns "compulsively readable."
John Ajvide Lindqvist is also the author of Let the Right One In.
I'm a gay man. It makes no sense. I should love the cock more than anything else. But, really, I don't. I love the back and the ass and the calves. But even moreso? Where the back and ass meet.
This image is masturbational perfection! And sadly: it's not even naughty.
Via YOU ARE AN OBJECT
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
I hate to sound like a Teabagger. But there are some grass-roots movements that really need to be taken seriously. I think. Maybe.
Story via GAWKER
There is such a fine line between the Occupy Wall Streets peeps whom I love and the Teabaggers who simply what a black man out of office. Though they won't say that. But still...
Via Unicorn Booty
The vaccine, developed by researchers at the University of Western Ontario, has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start being tested in humans in January.
It is the first preventive HIV vaccine approved for clinical trials to use a whole HIV-1 virus, which has been both killed and genetically engineered, to activate immunity. In this way, the new vaccine is much like the killed whole virus vaccines that are successful against polio, rabies and influenza.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
As an avid Internet user, I'm already in love with this book...
Trust me, the being-dead part is much easier than the dying part. If you can watch much television, then being dead will be a cinch. Actually, watching television and surfing the Internet are really excellent practice for being dead.
Dear friends, I'm sorry I've been away. I will correct that. Posthaste.
Friday, December 16, 2011
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Monday, December 5, 2011
I hate reality TV. In all its myriad forms...which is why I was surprised when I fell in love with The Sing-Off. And it was all in thanks to this group...the Pentatonix - who week after week sent chills up my spin. Their version(s) (of everything they did) of Kanye West's Love Lockdown was absolutely amazing...and much much much better than Kanye's (and all the other original artists!) Be sure to look them up on YouTube or like them on Facebook.
And now I just have to wait for their CD(s) to be released!
"People ... come up to me and say, 'We were sitting in front of our computers, streaming the National Book Awards. We had bowls of popcorn and Coke and beer. And when you won, it was like the room went up into this great cheer.'"
And for those of you lucky enough NOT to be working on Wednesday (and in Lexington), Nikky will be reading Head Off & Split at the Lyric Theater this Wednesday (December 7) from 6 to 8 pm. The even is FREE and open to the public!
Just returned via I.L.L. - that's Interlibrary Loan for you non-library folk - is the book The Origins of the Korean War, clocking in at just over 600 pages.
Why do you need 600 pages simply to say that General MacArthur was a crazy mofo?
As for Adele...it occurred to me as I was skipping over an Adele song yet again on my iPod - Turning Tables to be exact - that I really REALLY need to delete her from my iTunes.
Corollary thought - I really need to update my iPod, so I can get rid of the Bright Eyes that I've ALREADY deleted from iTunes.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Friday, December 2, 2011
Thanks to Grimm not being on tonight for some lame ass family movie, I was happy to watch A Gifted Man. Which I probably wouldn't watch, until I saw Margo Martindale on it. I love her.
And then I saw her. The Gifted Man's haunted soul bringing back his wife (?) or girlfriend (?), played by my ever Elizabeth Bennett...Jennifer Ehle, who like Bernadette Peters, never ages!
This is a risky proposition. Last night I saw Emma Caulfield (oh, Anya!) on an NBC show. She was a cracked out porn ho. It made me very sad.
There has only been once that I've gotten a "Yeah...and so am I" response when disclosing.
(Miss you, Damion.)
Chris Whitney lived in San Francisco in the 1980s, when there wasn't much known about AIDS. But then he tested positive for HIV in 1985. He explains what happened next to his friend Erin Kuka.
"The first person I told was the person I was dating at the time, and that was pretty much the last conversation I had with him," Whitney says. "You know, the fear just took over. That kind of made me really wary about opening up to people.
"So, I decided to do some traveling. And I met a Frenchman who would become my partner for the next 10 years," he says. "And I was freaked out about telling him. I was like, 'Well, I have to tell you something. I, you know — I'm HIV positive.' And his response was, 'Yeah, and so?' And I thought, 'OK, he didn't understand that.'"
"Language barrier," Kuka says.
"Right," Whitney says.
Believing that Alexandre Coda didn't understand what "HIV" meant, Whitney explained — and Coda listened.
"And he said, 'Yeah. No, I understand, and so am I. And, so what?'" Whitney says. "And I was so blown away by that response. I was so used to always being the person who was positive meeting somebody who was negative. It didn't occur to me that I would meet somebody who was also positive."
Thursday, December 1, 2011
HIV Treatment Lags In U.S., Guaranteeing More Infections
I think there are two reasons for this...
1) The stigma of HIV...
2) A rabid, Christian far-right (which needs to be put down) who still see HIV as a "gay" disease...or in the case of Africa (and in a growing number of cases in the U.S.), something that doesn't "affect" white people...so why bother worrying about it. Let the animals die.
Just ask Tony Perkins