Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Z1-Female Ducks’ Twisty Tracts Defend Against Screwy Males

"High-speed cameras document that a male Muscovy duck can fully extend his 20-centimeter penis in a third of second" - OK - with a 20cm wang- and being able to pull it out- inside of a third of a second - what a feat for a teenage boy!? That would be every guys dream - to be ready and chasing inside of a second.

Nature is better that fantasy!

Enjoy the read - Z1

Monday, December 28, 2009

And just when you thought the hypocrisy noise level was set to 'Screech'...

I stumbled across this....."The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party." Something, I am sure, to offend EVERYBODY......

And here's an opposing view from Dr. Warren Throckmorton just for fun.

Oh, there are WORSE things out there for the kiddies, X1........

....like the game "Concentration Camp Manager." Oh yeah. Much worse.

See "Video Game Uncovered in Europe Uses Nazi Death Camps as Theme" for analysis.

BTW: I've been to Auschwitz-Birkenau. Anybody thinks this didn't go down IRL is seriously deluded and should seek help. Or they should just shoot themselves and save us the trouble.

Glow in the dark fun

...and this was the "safe" product...


This is just one of those things that has to be shared and it leaves me wondering how mankind survived the 20th Century yet again.


Thursday, December 24, 2009

Fisting at Christmas

Awww - too cute. Merry Christmas everyone.


Monday, December 21, 2009

Christmas is Coming...

...are you excited yet. I am but it's not for the 25th :)

Here's on for you Y1:

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

"Call me....Snake."

Oh what the hell.....one more. I love the motivational poster builder.

Kurt Russell as Snake Plissken was one BADDD ASSSS anti-hero in the 1980s.

"Snake Plissken? I heard you were dead...."

Bob Hauk: You going to kill me, Snake?
Snake Plissken: Not now, I'm too tired.
Snake Plissken: Maybe later.

Of course, he pre-dated "The Matrix"'s Neo by three years wearing nazi-fetishistic latex-leather trenchcoat in the sequel, "Escape from LA."


Friday, December 4, 2009

Christmas is Coming

... and a search for weird stuff yielded this ad on YouTube for a tongue cleaner. Just what everyone needs for Christmas don't you think?

Mind that good breath makes for good breathing when exploring Tantra.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Oh My...

...it is unfortunate indeed, especially for the general manager and news director that have allegedly been suspended for a week from the station.

(Credit: The Palmetto Scoop via Mashable)

Here's the scoop.

November 29, 2009 5:54 PM PST
A slightly unfortunate Twitter billboard
by Chris Matyszczyk

Sometimes ingenuity doesn't quite lead you to a comfortable place.

The enterprising folks at WPMI TV in Mobile, Ala., decided that they should reach out on a real-time basis to their viewers. They erected a billboard, adorned it with an image of three of its most photogenic anchors, and added a live Twitter feed.

The whole thing ran very smoothly, until a passing human took this photograph and sent it in to The Palmetto Scoop.

Perhaps one's first reaction would be that this image might have enjoyed a little concoction.

However, Mashable has confirmed that not only is it real, but, citing the Lagniappe blog, it says WPMI-TV's general manager and news director have allegedly been suspended for a week because of this unfortunate conflagration.

This all seems just slightly odd. Television and radio has always been fond of slipping in a seven-second delay just in case untoward syllables slip through the mouths of guests or, indeed, hosts. It seems that no such delay was considered for this Twitter feed.

Yet who might have imagined such an unhappy coincidence might have occurred?

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Anonymous Again

Recently received this article from a friend. It covers info on 4chan and Anonymous as well as addressing the dark side of social media on the web in an interview with social ethnographer with Michael Wesch.

Personally I am paranoid and believe that all social media was created by Governments as a way to track their residents interests.

Digital World Explorer
Q & A > Andrew Price on November 5, 2009 at 6:00 am PST

The digital ethnographer Michael Wesch on the dark side of social media, what we learned from Iran, and why the future of the web depends on human interests—not market interests.

As a graduate student in Papua New Guinea, Michael Wesch studied how the introduction of books and literacy changed government and society. Now, as a professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University, Wesch examines how digital media is changing human interaction. His YouTube video “Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us,” has been viewed more than 10 million times and he has won several awards for his cutting edge work and his teaching. GOOD talked to Wesch about the dark side of social media, how Anonymous helped the protesters in Iran, and how we can prevent augmented reality from going wrong.

GOOD: You sometimes describe yourself as a digital ethnographer. What is this new field like?

MICHAEL WESCH: It's a big field and it's growing so fast that it's hard to pin down what it is and what to call it. Some people talk about cyberanthropology or virtual ethnography. Then, of course, there are all these other fields that are a lot like what we do. Media ecology, a lot of what media studies people do, and some of the things journalists are now doing look like digital ethnography. It's wonderfully undisciplined and that's what's so fun about it. When there gets to be a discipline for it I'll probably go find something else.

G: In your video “Web 2.0 ... The Machine is Us/ing Us” you say social media is going to force us to rethink big ideas like government and identity. Are we getting closer to understanding how they’ll be rethought?

MW: Oh boy. This is really a profoundly difficult question. I think what comes across in those videos is a sense of optimism. But the spirit in which they were made was actually one of critical optimism. There's a dark side to social media.

G: What's the dark side?

MW: There's more engagement in social media by the entrenched powers we hoped it would subvert. So, for example, you know who's getting really good at the social media? Advertisers. When I first saw social media, I had this dream that "Okay, now we can save our young girls from the deleterious effects of body image in advertising,” you know? But it's back in social media forms and it’s kind of insidious.

G: But can’t these technologies help us confront global challenges also?

MW: There are definitely a lot of movements in those directions. I don't know, though. What stuck in my mind as we were getting on the pessimistic kick is Iranian election protests. That's where you had a pretty impressive political push, helped along by social media. But at the same time there were a couple of flags raised in that moment. One was that nothing happened, really. The country still ended up in the same place. Secondly, the impact of social media may have been overblown, right? We were sitting there watching a trend on Twitter but it didn't take long for it to disappear off Twitter as soon as Michael Jackson died.

G: It was totally eclipsed. In a day. That was really discouraging.

MW: I'll tell you: I keep up with that event as a little case study, and there are some really harsh videos posted from Iran. Deaths happening and stuff. And I follow the comments. Today I checked the comments and there was one that said "This is why we have to annihilate all the Muslims." But the wording was less kind. A lot of “f-ing Muslims” and so on. So then it’s like "Man, what do we have to do?" I'm in a moment of reflection right now. This first burst of hope and passion wasn't enough.

G: Could you argue that while the Twitter frenzy about Iran may not have changed the outcome, it still helped familiarize people outside the country with what's going on there?

MW: That's a good point. The hopeful side of this is that new media itself will create more of a culture of transparency. It’s a lot harder to get away with things when you don't control the media completely. It’s pretty amazing that even in a place like Iran they can't control the media and we see it a lot in China where there's subversion of the government controlled media. That's one of the exciting things.

We've been studying 4chan and Anonymous, which are sort of the dark holes of the internet. But they also have bright spots. These happen to be places where methods of maintaining anonymity are constantly being practiced and updated. Even though they often use that anonymity for nefarious activities, it filters back into things like the Iran protests. People in the 4chan community who knew how to keep people anonymous immediately reached out to protesters in Iran and offered them a bunch of washed servers that they could proxy through.

G: That's kind of awesome.

MW: Yeah, 4chan had been protesting Scientology and they basically copied the whole method they were using for Scientology, where they’ve also had to maintain anonymity, and moved it over to the Iran problem.

G: While we're on the subject, what do you think about the whole Scientology versus Anonymous confrontation?

MW: It's a fascinating thing to watch.

G: They're such different groups, but both a little crazy in their own ways.

MW: I think it was the exact right target for Anonymous and that's why it has sustained itself. Anonymous targets a lot of things. Usually it’s a flash in the pan. It's like a three-hour ordeal and it’s done. But for some reason, Scientology is the perfect nemesis for them and that's what makes it fun.

G: So a question of terminology: Are we still working with Web 2.0? Are we at Web 2.3? Where is this going?

MW: I think a lot of people are sick of the word “Web 2.0.” Now “social media” is okay to say. But there's always been this trajectory. Web 3.0 people imagine as the semantic web. Web 4.0 is probably a mobile semantic web. And the technology for that is already here. You can hold up your iPhone with a certain app and you can actually see tweets coming at you from various locations.

G: This is what people call augmented reality.

MW: Right. You can imagine how useful augmented reality would be while you were shopping. You could take a picture of a bar code on a product and get all sorts of additional information. But this actually highlights one of the most important things about participation and media literacy. Let's just start with the basic fact that what we see through our screens is increasingly becoming part of everyday life. That's the next stage of the web: The world itself becomes a hyperlinkable object. There are now tiny pictures that can be put inside other pictures that you can't see but your phone can see. And they’re essentially URLs. So every object that's produced in the next five years may actually have a URL in it. And that means you can take a picture of any object with your phone and get information about that product.

But here's the thing: If we have a certain amount of participation, the information you might get when you take a picture of a product will be information about how healthy it is, how healthy it is for the environment, how much people were paid to make the product, whether there were labor issues involved, all those things.

But if we don't have the participation and the literacy to make that happen, instead we'll have just a barrage of advertising, which is obviously biased towards selling the product. That's the problem. We need people with human interests and not market interests participating. That means people need to participate in their spare time and not when they're on the clock for some company. The hopeful vision is that we have enough literacy and participation to become a smarter planet, but that's going to require a push.

Monday, November 30, 2009

The Guolizhuang Restaurant

OK, I admit to having a thing for hot sauce, and I can be rather adventurous trying out new foods, however, I think I found a place that would take this adventuresome spirit to a place that I am not sure I would want to go.

The Guolizhuang Restaurant, also know as Beijing's Penis Restaurant. Apparently they serve foods made from various cocks... er, animal penises. To quote the web "Guolizhuang is a restaurant where nearly every dish has a dick in it. You can have your choices of dog, yak, donkey, seal, and more."

Awesome, but it is not recommended for women. Yes, I'm off the hook. As for why would you eat this? Because sucking donkey dongs is good for the skin.


Friday, November 27, 2009

Just because...

.... it's Friday, and I've got lots of coffee made, and a busy calendar (in so many ways - yes, you'll get a copy of it, along with your jerk curry, on my next visit Y1) this weekend, and I am in a good glow-y mood.

Have a fab weekend darling!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Nah, do it RIGHT....

....with a leash.


Awww, now this is why we love you Y1. Mind you I have been researching the idea of the electronic dog collars with the remote shock system for shits & giggles.


Shopping To Do

Well Y1, it looks like I have to go shopping soon.

Also, one of my colleagues has offered to construct a seal-skin flogger for me. Now that will be an interesting and slappy little toy I suspect. January project for us chicks, something to do over caffeine and nicotine consumption.

How's the recovery going?

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Sorry, X1...Still Recovering from the week-end.....


Nice pic there Y1, looks like you had yet another smashing good time in the ladies' hands.

Adam Lambert and the AMA Furor

All right, how about that? Here's a gay guy doing a cool song at the American Music Awards, utilizing tons of S/m style props, and kissing the male keyboardist. Awesome. It's not like Madonna, et al having been doing this for the past 20 years. So what the fuck is the problem people? Dick Clark Productions, Inc. has pulled the YouTube video due to a copyright claim and states that it is unsuitable for TV.

Watch it quick before they pull this copy of it too!

The thing that burnt my ass worse than hot wax improperly applied to the posterior is that female performers have indeed been doing equally hot and sexy performances for years, usually with way fewer articles of clothing on their bodies than Adam. The fucking double standard that women can be raunchy, sexy, strip and kiss another woman is quite acceptable but a man - OH NO, not good at all. Unacceptable, touchy, too sexy, tastelss.

What ever happened to equality? I believe that men should fight for their right to be objectified equally as much as women. Get out there fellas and start protesting because North American media is trying to shove your sexuality back in the closet.


Another Play Date

Yes Y1, it is very easy to get hooked on play dates. Hope you enjoyed yours this past weekend. Just had another one yesterday and am enjoying it immensely.

Subbie was tied up again, edged, pinched, scratched, clamped up and down (I love watching the reaction when clamps are removed... sloooowly, it makes me smile), and promised more if he was good. He's getting more.

Ahhhh, as only those down east can do it.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sick Ducks

I wanted to share this article that I discovered some time ago, before it disappears from the source.

Necrophilia among ducks ruffles research feathers
Donald MacLeod
guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 8 March 2005 12.23 GMT

The strange case of the homosexual necrophiliac duck pushed out the boundaries of knowledge in a rather improbable way when it was recorded by Dutch researcher Kees Moeliker.

It may have ruffled a few feathers, but it earned him the coveted Ig Nobel prize for biology awarded for improbable research, and next week he will be recounting his findings to UK audiences on the Ig Nobel tour.

Ducks behave pretty badly, it seems. It is not so much that up to one in 10 of mallard couples are homosexual - no one would raise an eyebrow in the liberal Netherlands - but they regularly indulge in "attempted rape flights" when they pursue other ducks with a view to forcible mating. "Rape is a normal reproductive strategy in mallards," explains Mr Moeliker.

As he recounts in his seminal paper, The first case of homosexual necrophilia in the mallard anas platyrhynchos, he was in his office in the Natuurmuseum Rotterdam, when he was alerted by a bang to the fact a bird had crashed into the glass facade of the building. "I went downstairs immediately to see if the window was damaged, and saw a drake mallard (anas platyrhynchos) lying motionless on its belly in the sand, two metres outside the facade. The unfortunate duck apparently had hit the building in full flight at a height of about three metres from the ground. Next to the obviously dead duck, another male mallard (in full adult plumage without any visible traces of moult) was present. He forcibly picked into the back, the base of the bill and mostly into the back of the head of the dead mallard for about two minutes, then mounted the corpse and started to copulate, with great force, almost continuously picking the side of the head.

"Rather startled, I watched this scene from close quarters behind the window until 19.10 hours during which time (75 minutes) I made some photographs and the mallard almost continuously copulated his dead congener. He dismounted only twice, stayed near the dead duck and picked the neck and the side of the head before mounting again. The first break (at 18.29 hours) lasted three minutes and the second break (at 18.45 hours) lasted less than a minute. At 19.12 hours, I disturbed this cruel scene. The necrophilic mallard only reluctantly left his 'mate': when I had approached him to about five metres, he did not fly away but simply walked off a few metres, weakly uttering a series of two-note 'raeb-raeb' calls (the 'conversation-call' of Lorentz 1953). I secured the dead duck and left the museum at 19.25 hours. The mallard was still present at the site, calling 'raeb-raeb' and apparently looking for his victim (who, by then, was in the freezer)."

Mr Moeliker suggests the pair were engaged in a rape flight attempt. "When one died the other one just went for it and didn't get any negative feedback - well, didn't get any feedback," he said.

His findings have provoked a lot of interest - especially in Britain for some reason - but no other recorded cases of duck necrophilia. However, Mr Moeliker was informed of an American case involving a squirrel and a dead partner, although in this case it is not known whether the necrophilia observed was homosexual or not as the victim had been run over by a truck shortly before the incident.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Just because...

... the furry animal thing kicked in as a natural progression in the brain:

Oh, my poor brain!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Just because...

... I am still feeling a thing for vinyl:

Saturday, November 21, 2009


I still have some of my "best" vinyl and still spin it now & again. Nostalgia is sometimes good.

Friday, November 20, 2009

A Favorite for the Road

Nothing like a good cigar when travelling:

Enjoy your weekend as well!

Just because...

...it's Barbie, and well done too for a definitely not official doll.

Pix-napped from here

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Gotta Go Hang out, X1....

C U L8R!

The Toy Box

Because I like Lego and toys:

and it just made me laugh.

How To

Why thank you Y1, I must say that my status has been elevated to Goddess recently.

Now for anyone curious on how to pull off the rope work in my previous post, I stumbled across this:

A fab little how-to diagram don't you think.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

I must say, X1.....


Well DONE, my dear!

It was...

..a real blast

I started the day here:

Proceeded to practice on re-sensitizing the feet:

When that was determined to be a success:

And then wrapped up the afternoon by receiving a completely excellent massage:

I am delighted with my new subbie.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Play Date

Another day of thrills and chills.

I'll tell you more tomorrow.

Monday, November 16, 2009

He Likes It

A fun time had by all ;)


I Hope you had a WHALE of a time....

Saturday, November 14, 2009

After some consideration...

...I said yes. My new subbie is a sweetie.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Just because......

Robots, comics, bondage....all in one!

Tampon revisited

Finger puppets can be just plain cute. This is just plain funny. I think it should called OB Owwey.

From here and here. OB Owwey

Thursday, November 12, 2009


Someone put in this request recently: I'm thinking about it.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Yeah, Really!

Glad you noticed. I've has this one hanging around my pix collection for somoe time now:

Superman was Kinky! No, really!

I'd HIGHLY recommend this book. Millions of kinky people had their first exposure to BDSM imagery by their reading 1930s and 1940s comic books and strips. Damsels in distress, bondage, whips...Mmmmmm. Joe Shuster the co-developer of Superman, did a LOT of OTHER art too....much of it will surprise you.

Remembering the Spanner Case.....

Truly frightening....and not to be forgotten twenty years on. It could happen to YOU.

Back in 1990 Judge Rant (gotta love THAT one...yeh can't make this shit up) in the UK decided "in a complex legal argument" that consensual BDSM was considered assault under the law and jailed 16 people based on a videotape of a play session. This prompted the creation of The Spanner Trust to help defend BDSM people against the predations of the government, moral panic mongers-and lawyers who want to profit from the confusion stirred up by them.

Slavery isn't free.

Thanks for reminding us at The Spanner Trust, bois.

Menopause - Just because

And for getting through it there is this:

Laura Mappin is the creator of this art project.

It is touted as "A decorative work of art to commemorate that you've done your Tampon Time and you're Free At Last! This art object of a tampon symbol is beautifully hand crocheted out of metallic gold thread and hangs in a distinctive black shadow box. Gold trophy labels celebrate "Golden Tampon" and "Lifetime Achievement Award". Give it to your partner or spouse, your best friend, or even yourself! Makes a great menopausal gift or post-menopausal gift although it's probably not a minstrel gift. Celebrate new found liberation with The Change! Freedom from The Curse! Get some of the best medicine, as they say. Laugh off those hot flashes!"

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Just because...

I am having a hard time taking much of anything seriously right now, so I thought that I would share some humour.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Bent & Twisted - Just Because

Now this guy really appeals to my own twisted artistic nature. His sense of humour is delightfully depraved. It's worth a look just for the laughs.

From the Pooperclips post

From here

From here

And my favorite is this:

From here

Always fun to enjoy some arts & crafts.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

The Sexiest Ape

Bonobo: Make Love Not War

Who said that violence is the only way to solve fights over food or territory? Instead of fighting, bonobos [wiki] have sex! Actually, their whole societal structure seems to revolve around sex.

Bonobos use sex as greetings, a mean of solving disputes, making up for fights, and as a favors in exchange for food. They tongue kiss, engage in oral sex, mutual masturbations, have face-to-face genital sex and even have a strange "penis fencing" ritual!

In their 1996 book titled Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence, Richard Wrangham and Dale Peterson wrote:

"Chimpanzees and Bonobos both evolved from the same ancestor that gave rise to humans, and yet the Bonobo is one of the most peaceful, unaggressive species of mammals living on the earth today. They have evolved ways to reduce violence that permeate their entire society. They show us that the evolutionary dance of violence is not inexorable".

The more I read about Bonobo apes the more I wish that humans were like their ancestors.


Saturday, November 7, 2009


Fuck normality ;--)

Toys to consider for that Christian-hijacked Pagan holiday upcoming in December....

The Cold War Unicorn Playset!

Flesh-eating Zombies figures set!

The Last Supper...Lunchbox??????


The Pin Head bobble head!

(Thanx to Jay for the inspiration.....)