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KnightEnder
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ALERT ALERT: NOT FOR YOUNGER READERS******


I wish you women could be a man for just a day. I know it's probably hormones or endorphins but there is no comparison between a man that is having sex regularly and one who is not. It just makes you 'feel' great. Confident and fulfilled all in one. And I'm talking about afterwards. I think if y'all got that a lot more wives would be having sex more often with the men they love.

Plus, it is a win win for the wife. If the husband is good it's a win win win. The husband feels better thus treats her better, wants to provide for her and succeed as a man, and well you get the third "win" for the lady.

I realize this is some trick our bodies play on us to keep the population growing, but it sure is one of the better tricks.

KE

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Honey, what makes you think that's only men?

(PLUS, for women having sex releases the bonding hormones, which actually makes you like your sex partner more in general, which is useful.)

There is a really beautiful Finnish poem that I keep up on the wall. Someone who actually speaks Finnish translated it and sent it to me; it goes like this:

Your scent lingers within me for days;
For days, I love myself.

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Storm Saxon
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KE,

I got nothing, other than an observation that some dudes just like scaling mountains, and that having big muscles offers psychological benefits in social situations, I think.

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Storm, yeah: then my Ornery addiction could lead to some physical fitness benefits. Wanna reload that page? Pump those pedals, buddy.
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Storm Saxon
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Heh, heh. [Smile]
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http://blogoscoped.com/archive/2008-11-18-n90.html
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KE,

I've been thinking about my own personal sexual philosophy (guess what I've not been getting any of).

But still, I think its better to have thought about this than not.

Conditions under which I will have sex with someone in the order at which they occur to me:
1. Physical attraction (Duh!)
2. Trust
3. Ability to obtain/use protection
4. Recognition of the other person that sex is not a commodity to be traded for good behavior but an expression of lust and perhaps even love to be given freely
5. Privacy (Oy that's a hard one (no pun intended) to get when you still live with your parents)
6. Comparing each other's list of conditions for coitus

That's all I can think of right now...

I may start a thread about this later.

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Storm Saxon
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"5. Privacy (Oy that's a hard one (no pun intended) to get when you still live with your parents)"

Wait...what?

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My roommate would always walk in on me and girls last year. All I ever walked in on him doing was cutting himself. Awk-ward!
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Is it true that a grand jury in Texas has indicted Cheney and Gonzalez?
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Ace Frehley sang "The New York Groove"? Wow, I didn't even know he could sing. Much less a really good song like that. New respect.

KE

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A review of the day's news on Proposition 8 shows everyone waiting for the California Supreme Court to decide whether to consider the various lawsuits. Meanwhile some sane partisans were calling for considered and lawful behavior, while various lunatics on both sides continued to propose actions which would be useless or harmful.

Meanwhile an email from OrneryMod on an unrelated subject mentioned incidentally that he, she, it or they were having difficulties which made it hard to keep up with the flood of material related to Ornery. Perhaps posters could help by stopping short of open warfare until that individual or consortium regains an accustomed feistiness. Since the position is unpaid, it seems unfair to make it harder than necessary.

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Storm Saxon
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It would be fascinating to see who has sent OM the most complaints.
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I thought we were doing pretty darn good. This shows me I guess.

[ November 19, 2008, 03:26 PM: Message edited by: munga ]

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Sorry, munga, I did not mean to suggest Ornery had not been peaceful. Surely more so than when tempers ran high before the election. If I seemed to be saying the opposite, that was careless of me.
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gotcha, no skin off my nose anyway
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I was thinking the same thing; it seems to be going pretty smooth. But sometimes you think that and there is a thermal global nuclear war going on in a thread you care nothing about and don't even notice until it is locked. [Smile]

Anybody else watch "Entourage" on HBO? I love that show.

KE

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Entourage is a fun show but...

...

it teaches me wrong things about what is desirable in life. There, I said it. It's unwholesome.

I still watch it, though. [Smile]

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Entourage peaked a while ago, unless there's a new good story arc in the works. The Medellin parts were fun, tho I don't know how realistic Billy the director's character is.
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SPORE is a really cool game.
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Do you like all of it? Others have suggested it doesn't get good until you reach space.
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Took my dad and Jake to see Quantum Solace. As a action shoot'em up it was good. As a James Bond film, it wasn't. Not wasn't good, wasn't a James Bond Film.

SPOILERS****************************


No gadgets, no plot (especially if you didn't see the previous one), and worse NO BOND GIRLS! One semi-hot chick does not a Bond film make. I saw twenty times as many hot chicks walking in the mall the other day.

I swear I could have been watching The Bourne Conspiracy, or Shoot'em Up, (Except they were both better) or any of a dozen other such movies. There was nothing Bondish about this movie, other than "M". Judy Dench was good as always in her limited appearances. Q wasn't even in it. Unless I blinked or dozed off.

Edited to add: And don't get me started on the "time line". Prequel yet after Cold War and the few tech things they did have they stole from Minority report. At one point there was a super fast black jet trying to shoot down a crippled B 17 and it had a propellor? What? Not to mention you get into a dog fight with a jet in a B 17 with no gunners and no guns and you are dead. And damn the bad guys are bad shots. Not even a nick?

Other than that I loved it. [Frown]

KE

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I have heard it is a remake of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" With George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas. Its the one where Bloefeld appears with S.P.E.C.T.E..R for the first time. And he gets married, only to have his wife die in the last scene. Next movie has Sean Connery back as Bond gone rouge tracking down Bloefeld to exact revenge.

Heard the latest was a combo of the two movies.

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re: changing of the guard......

Personally, I would rather have Stray and Cperry than our current complement of replacement-viewpoint representatives.

Stray and C were more respectful.

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"No gadgets, no plot (especially if you didn't see the previous one), and worse NO BOND GIRLS! One semi-hot chick does not a Bond film make. I saw twenty times as many hot chicks walking in the mall the other day."

Didn't say, "Bond, James Bond." at any point in the movie.

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no one but Connery ever really pulled that line off, anyway
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke6P5qF072k
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Munga, you mean cherry(poptart). cperry is a mellow and venerated poster, albeit to the right of the mythical center.
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quote:
Originally posted by TommySama:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke6P5qF072k

"Two thumbs up-- way up!"
"Four stars!"
"A triumph!"
"It's like a party in my pants!"

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Ricky,

aye, you are right. Sorry for the mix up folks. alliteratively challenged.

on BOND:

Why I am Better than BOND

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http://www.reason.com/news/show/130174.html

quote:

WASHINGTON—In the wake of their party's devastating losses in the last election, a delegation of Republican leaders has come to Capitol Hill requesting a rescue package of $25 billion. "We're seeing a potential meltdown in the conservative movement," party chair Mike Duncan told lawmakers Thursday morning, "with consequences that could impact directly upon millions of middle-class Americans and cause further devastation to our economy. I support the free market, but the Republican Party is too big to fail."


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I0QN-FYkpw

Words of wisdom from the genius behind the 'Laffer Curve', and others.

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Thank you, KE. I was having a hard time putting into words why I didn't like the new Bond flick, aside from 'it's a middle movie; the plot is all set-up.' But you're right; it didn't really seem like a Bond movie...
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I know a lot of you on the left are all full of warmth and sunshine right now, but a lot of you seem to have lost much of your innate human decency.
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Look, I forgot you'd been through a disaster (nor did I "know well" about the particulars. I don't study your life), and I'm sorry I reminded you of it.
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Red,

I'm happier than ever professionally, right now. I don't see certain disasters on the horizon, Summers might have a key position and I know he's got a particular idea (creation of capital on indication of products) far better than any conservative. Also, we are looking at possibly a requirement for equal access to the domestic civil contract, "marriage" and I don't think anyone can really think that is bad.

warmth and sunshine? Yep! come in and feel the rays!

[ November 23, 2008, 06:02 PM: Message edited by: munga ]

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If I titled a story/novel "The Revolt of the Mayflies" would that be giving too much away?

KE

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Well seeing as Mayflies live for about 24 hours, any revolt they have would be doomed to failure.
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Can anybody tell me if this works?
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It seems to be working.
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