My moaning about Spring worked. The day started chilly and overcast, but after lunch the sun popped out it reached 80.
Some oldies from pro shoots
It’s Spring! Show me some freaking sunshine. Spring days came here two weeks back and retreated. Grumble.
Pulling Her Panties Down has remained the most viewed post for several months. It was posted two years ago, but took off last fall. Lots of guys searching for panties I suppose. Well this post has the same theme, but only regular readers will see it as the post title is about Spring, not panties. Not that there is a damn thing wrong with pulling her panties down and exposing her cheeks to some sunshine.
Properly attired in white panties and a slip
This happens to Bacall at least once a week
Yep, that right, pull that schoolgirls panties right down
Dreams come true – for both
Another schoolgirl getting
her comeuppance what she wants.
Some need to do this as part of the scene
Judge Duncan who serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit writes of his experience.
It will take Superman to reset our culture.
The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and related causes received an astonishing $82.9 billion from corporations.
“As a point of reference, $82.9 billion is more than the GDP of 46 African countries. In 2022, the Ford Motor Company’s profits were $23 billion.”
The list reveals that several popular corporations from a wide range of different industries supplied the movement with large sums of cash. Walmart, for example, which is based in Arkansas, gave a whopping $100 million in support of BLM and related causes focusing on “racial equity.” Amazon gave even more, supplying the movement with an astonishing $169.5 million. Silicon Valley Bank gave the movement $73.45 million.
If you want to read the whole article.
“Professor Leonard Jeffries, head of the Afro-American Studies Department at City College, New York, taught that whites were biologically inferior to blacks, that Jews financed the slave trade, and that the ‘ultimate culmination’ of the ‘white value system’ was Nazi Germany.
Jeffries’ students were informed that white genes were deformed in the Ice Age, producing an inadequate supply of melanin, which in turn made whites capable of appalling crimes, while black genes were enhanced by ‘the value system of the sun.’
Other self-evident truths were unveiled by Professor Becky Thompson, head of the Women’s Studies Department at Brandeis University—the college named after the first Jew to attain the Supreme Court—who described to a meeting of the American Sociological Association her teaching methodology: ‘I begin the course with the basic feminist principle that in a racist, classist and sexist society we have all swallowed oppressive ways of being, whether intentionally or not. Specifically, this means that it is not open to debate whether a white student is racist or a male student is sexist. He/ she simply is. Rather, the focus is on the social forces that keep these distortions in place.”
— A History of the American People by Paul Johnson
The link will take you his book.
“In the 1920s, Dorothy Parker (1893–1967) had created for herself a special upper-class accent of her own—a special little drawl that was very attractive’—and used it to become the first American woman who could swear with impunity and make sexual wisecracks:
‘She hurt her leg sliding down a barrister;’
‘She wouldn’t hurt a fly—Not if it was buttoned up;’
‘We were playing ducking for apples—There, but for a typographic error, is the story of my life;’
‘If all the girls at a Yale prom were laid end-to-end, I wouldn’t be at all surprised;’
‘She speaks eighteen languages and can’t say no in any of them’—and so forth.”
— A History of the American People by Paul Johnson
E-bike lithium-ion batteries have already ignited 25 fires within New York City limits this year, killing at least two and injuring 36.
The only people that rate being referred to as doctor have an MD. Lawyers have a doctorate, but no one calls them doctor. Countless people have a doctorate in many disciplines. Seems those who have a doctorate in education are the only ones that refer to themselves with the honorific. I guess they need the boost as they know their phony-baloney paper is worthless.
Students at Auburn University (just down the road from us) came up with seven pages of names for honkies.
They call them Creaker names. I had to look that up. Creaker is slang for an old white man.
Women are not left out – they might be called Klux Klux Karen.
Auburn is a different place now.
I wrote this in 2009. It still rings true.
Some of this and that and not one thing connected to spanking.
A fine elixer
If she can still do this, she is fit
Sometimes you can can not suppress the urge
This is a mobile penis in Libya, They think it is penetrating an evil sprit. I know damn well I have tangled with a few evil spirits along the way.
She is happy. Take a cue from her and enjoy the weekend.
Leading off with one stolen from Wolfie Tunes. Two teens enjoying an afternoon at the pool. It sure brings back memories.
I spent my summers on the river with a half dozen others my age. And yes, there were playful spankings on wet bikinis and sometimes, at night, on the bare.
Bacall is well known for kicking her feet
Car spanking don’t stop just because you have a house.
These balanced rocks are at the Cairo airport. I have no idea how the effect is done.
I am still chewing on one of the best histories I have ever read. A History of the American People by Paul Johnson.
I only thought I knew American history. Every few pages I learn a new nugget. I am addicted to reading it.
I have commented before that part of the culture problem the US is now experiencing is collectively we don’t know much about our history – how did we get to where we are. If you lack that, it’s easy to throw stones.
I suggest that 60 years of soft courses and the influence of teachers unions have resulted not in the practical education of students, but the prevention knowledge.
I just read a review of a two part series on Antonin Scalia. I ordered Scalia: Rise to Greatness By James Rosen. I hope I live long enough to be around for the second of the series.
With this many books in the queue, I need to turn the Internet off and read.