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Serial Killers

Posted by , 02 September 2015 · 0 views

Well I took a slight break tonight from marathon reading and writing to watch some TV, or more precisely catch up on some TV. I don't know how many of you watched Hannibal, but it really is a provocative TV drama centering around Hannibal Lecter, America's favorite Cannibal. I finished the final season today and had several thoughts about this version of...

Now I Remember How I Got Into Gay Fiction

Posted by , 01 September 2015 · 0 views

I just started re-reading one of my earliest bookmarks from Cryboy.org. As I read Jeff Allen's story "When Love Comes" part of his trilogy of stories, I realized why I started down the path of reading gay fiction and I can even now pinpoint something else, the balance of an erotic story and a gay fiction story. I will do an in-depth review on these three...

Another Retro Review: "wilderness Survival" By Jim Carter, Also My First Negative Review

Posted by , in Reviews of non-GA stories 31 August 2015 · 0 views

I am going through a camping fetish stage right now, so bear with me as I dig through my old story bookmarks. I don't know why I feel like digging up the past, but there's just something interesting and reminiscent about reading old stories I used to like. 
So let's review this story: http://www.nifty.org...ss-survival/...

Retro Story Review: "the Journey" By Sunshine Boy

Posted by , in Reviews of non-GA stories 30 August 2015 · 0 views

I am avid reader, but not always bound by GA's collection of talented writers :D 
Today, I am going to review an oldie that I fished out of my bookmarks from years ago. It's a short story that can be read in one day if you feel like it, despite being split into 20 chapters. I never met this author during his time, but I do appreciate a nice reading....

Lgbt Movie Review: "the Way He Looks"

Posted by , 28 August 2015 · 62 views

Time to watch some movies and I pick the 2014 Brazilian film "The Way He Looks "; ironically, the movie is about a gay blind boy, like I could relate to that :D 
Sometimes, I feel like a unicorn, being both gay and legally blind (I am fully blind in my left eye and have 20/300 distance with 20/70 reading in my right eye). It's a rare subject and it'...

Cautionary Tale: I Almost Fell In Love With Donald Trump

Posted by , 26 August 2015 · 105 views

One More Political Observation, I really am trying to get away from this, but for some reason; I keep getting pulled in by how ridiculous this stuff is getting. 
Also for the people who keep saying wait it's only summer, this is not too early to speak politics or candidates; remember Citizens United ruling has made the idea of a honeymoon moot in pol...

Ugh! I Have To Talk Politics, Because This Is Ridiculous

Posted by , 25 August 2015 · 107 views

Rant Start: 
Loyalty Oaths? What the hell is wrong with these guys? This is not the People's Republic of the United States, we don't need to pledge unconditional loyalty ot a political party in order to make our way in life....

Well, Over-Speculation And Over Leveraging Again

Posted by , 24 August 2015 · 110 views

I miss Bluesox, who was a former member here from Boston in the Finance industry. Being an accountant, I am technically his mortal foe on valuation purposes :P ,but I loved arguing with him over the future of Capital markets and Capitalism itself. Beyond politics, my first love is Economics and we are seeing a classic example of Supply surplus with weak d...

World Heroes: Some News Is Worth Applauding

Posted by , 22 August 2015 · 74 views

This is not a political post, but an honest congratulations to all those brave men involved. I have been watching the unfolding story of the 3 Americans, a British national, and a Frenchman fight off a terrorist armed with an automatic weapon on a high speed train heading to Paris. If there's a good reason why we should be in the fight together as a colle...

A Lovely Day For A Cookout

Posted by , 20 August 2015 · 54 views

Still not talking about Politics :P I am holding my nose and head away from that shit storm. Instead, I went to a nice summer BBQ, had a hot dog (no I am not eating dogs that would be cannibalism :P ), and just enjoying my day. 
Something I realized today though is that you can make a dry, non mayo Potato salad taste pretty good, but I think it robs...