The End Of Summer

The last day of Summer, the first day of Fall and my birthday

Time to put away the sundresses

And the swimwear also

OBB Stats are back to normal since I quit writing about things that interest me, but not a broad audience. You lurkers just want T&A. And you lurkers will not even give a ‘Like”. How many times can you read My M-I-L Spanked Me? Geeze, the all-time high post, which only pokes fun at those who hold the fantasy. Been thinking about a restricted Blog where everyone would have to make four comments or 10 Likes every year or be shut out. Hey, it’s my fucking birthday.

Your Choices

It’s coming down to the finish. Orange Man Bad or Mr. Goofball. Which of the two candidates is less preposterous? How it has come to a pass that two such undistinguished human beings are vying for the most significant political office in the world.  “Donald Trump is a boorish, narcissistic, self-aggrandizing, petulant child who has sown significant discord. He has little knowledge of his current job description or limitations.”

Mr. Biden,“ has a past of significant combativeness in the Senate, a penchant for hyperbole and feigning indignation and disgust for its theatrical effect. …And yes, in my opinion, he does exhibit obvious cognitive impairment.” And may I add a level of family corruptness that surpasses even Hillary.  A man who has been in government for 50 years without achieving anything notable. 

One with his baroque hairdo, the other with his sad hair plugs; one who speaks before he thinks, the other who doesn’t seem able to think very well while he is speaking.

What a choice we have.


The above was all I was going to say when I started this post on the 12th. Things got out of hand. So here is what has turned into The Week In Review.


Conclusive evidence has emerged that the American left is certifiably insane. After the shooting this week of two cops in Compton, a small contingent of antipolice protesters stood outside a hospital chanting, “We hope they die!” 


Black Lives My Ass – The so-called protests are not about black lives. BLM is funded by those who seek a socialist government here. Look it up. Read what the founders of BLM say about their goals in their own words.

A liberal initiative led by a co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement is funded by a group linked to the Chinese Communist Party, it has been revealed. 

Alicia Garza, 39, is the principal of Black Futures Lab, an advocacy group she created two years ago that works ‘with black people to transform their communities’, according to their website. The link to the Chinese Progressive Association is explained on the Black Lab website.

The New York Post reports that the group is receiving funding from the San Francisco-based Chinese Progressive Association with ties to the People’s Republic of China.  

Garza has previously been described as a ‘trained Marxist’ by her BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors. 


Mug shot of one of the Portland “protesters”.

It is common practice for these so-called protesters to stand inches from the faces of cops screaming insults and personal obscenities with no letup. It wasn’t long ago that everyone but the genuinely insane knew that if you did this to a cop, odds were you would be a) arrested and/or b) popped with a billy club. But these protesters get up into the faces of the police, shrieking because they know a) they will not be arrested, b) if they are arrested, they will be released quickly, and c) they will be released because the prosecutors in these cities probably won’t press charges. Instead, prosecutors in Dem cities are looking for reasons to cite the police for acts of violence.


Civil War? Should Trump win it would not surprise me that the current chaos devolves into civil war as the left will refuse to accept the election. That’s more plausible to me than the left claiming Trump will refuse to leave the White House.


I wonder how many of the west coast fires were set by Antifa types?


I thought the Abraham agreement between Bahrain, the U.A.E, and Israel was significant. Many folks would not even know these are countries, but Trump has brokered a deal to quell tensions and build a bulwark against Iran. The deal would not have been possible without Saudi approval.


I can’t quit. We can expect more of this under Harris/Biden

A bail fund promoted by Sen. Kamala Harris and some Joe Biden campaign staffers helped release a Minnesota man accused of sexually assaulting a child.

Records obtained indicate that the Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF) assisted in the release of Timothy Wayne Columbus. 

Columbus, 36, was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly sexually assaulting a young girl. She was around 8 years old.  


A Chastity Question

This has been in my post ideas folder since 2017. It comes from the blog A Dominant Wife.

Dear Miss Jay,

I have been married for three years and have “led” our marriage since our honeymoon when I first took my husband over my knee on the second night. My husband is very obedient, trustworthy and understands that, in our marriage, his sexuality is entirely subordinate to mine. I am not a big fan of penetrative sex so he has only been allowed to enter me twice since we married. I allow him to masturbate, in the bathroom, once a month which seems to me to be more than enough.

Recently I have noticed he is becoming erect and, worse, “dribbling” and even having nocturnal emissions. I am quite sure this has effected his behavior despite knowing he derives no pleasure from these lapses. They still represent unconscious disobedience and I would like to nip this in the bud. The whole point of having a chaste husband is to ensure that what pleasure he gets depends completely on my assessment of his performance in his marital duties.

I read your blog and know that you keep your husband in a cock cage. I have thought of putting my husband in such a device but I wondered if the fact his cock is in a cage might not be making too much of his male member. Drawing attention as it were. What are your thoughts?

A Young Wife

I am just drop-jawed. So two people that have little interest in PIV sex marry one another. Of course, the letter might be a hoax.



Entirely suitable spanking attire

So a reader who shares my fascination with girdles worn by women who don’t need one, sent this. It just ramps up my desire to paddle it.

So a few days later I see this picture

She is just going about mundane house chores, in unremarkable underwear, but damn if she is not deserving of a few smacks.

As one of my early bosses would say she has eyeballs

Looks she is having fun

Thigh-Hi Hose are always in style

Getting Paddled – I

Here it is Sunday morning. I am listening to Ava Maria sung by Luciano Pavarotti and thought I have not scheduled a post for Monday. So here is a rushed picture post. The title will draw lots of eyeballs.

I discovered I posted Getting Paddled II before this one. Other than the title, it does not make any difference.

A wood paddle on the bare bottom excites us. Maybe one of these pictures will excite you?

I have been told this picture is from a Pennsylvania company that made school furniture and coincidently promotional paddles. The paddles had a sales pitch printed on them and were given to teachers attending their sales exhibits. It’s certainly a nostalgic look the girl has.

Below, I like the expressions on both faces.

Above, my fav size bottom

I like this series of pictures as I am a sucker for short plaid skirts.

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All the President’s Norms

On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.

H. L. Mencken

Liberals should pass on reading this as it contains facts that will conflict with their viewpoint.

Trump haters wage a war on standards and use his bad behavior as an excuse.

By William McGurn for the Journal September 7, 2020

Not even Donald Trump’s most ardent supporters would deny that he has often disregarded norms of political behavior—from the derisive nicknames he uses to diminish political rivals to ill-advised tweets such as the one suggesting we delay the election. These are impossible to ignore, not least because when they happen the entire press and political establishment talk of nothing else for days.

So let us stipulate that the president is a serial norm breaker, and it’s perfectly fair to call him out on it. But Mr. Trump’s foes break plenty of norms themselves, justifying it because of, well, Trump—and then adding a lecture about civility on top. The latest example: Can anyone imagine a serious news publication running a story accusing Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi of maligning the war dead with all anonymous sources?

The Trump-justifies-the-means rationale has been as poisonous for the nation as anything the president has done. Start with this: Has there ever been a norm violation more grievous than the way the Justice Department and FBI were politically weaponized to intervene in an election and then take down an elected president, built on a salacious Russian dossier commissioned by the Hillary Clinton campaign and lies to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court? Not to mention intelligence chiefs such as CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who publicly painted the president as a Russian agent while privately testifying to Congress they’d seen no evidence for such a claim.

In the Age of Trump, calls to change any norm seen as working in the president’s favor are frequent. Mr. Trump wins the election but loses the popular vote? Eleven Democratic candidates for president call for doing away with the Electoral College. Mr. Trump appoints jurists who don’t believe in legislating from the bench. Sens. Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand and Elizabeth Warren propose packing the Supreme Court.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Clinton, still sore about her loss in 2016, urges Mr. Biden not to concede in any circumstances. Trump Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is accused of gang rape and we are told about our obligation to believe the women as the allegation is splashed all over the news, but when a former Senate staffer accuses Mr. Biden of sexual harassment, it turns out you don’t have to believe that woman, or even pay attention to her. Meanwhile the speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, launches an impeachment inquiry of the president without a floor vote authorizing it.

Or remember in February, when Mrs. Pelosi ostentatiously tore up her copy of the State of the Union on her podium? Or how anyone wearing a MAGA hat is automatically a racist, including a high school kid wearing one to a pro-life rally? Or Rep. Maxine Waters calling for people to confront Trump officials wherever they’re found—at restaurants, shops, or a gas station—and create a crowd to harass them?

So long as a norm violation works against Mr. Trump or his supporters, it gets a pass. That’s mostly because the institution that should be holding violators accountable, the press, has abandoned even the pretense of objectivity with anything Trump.

The most recent example came Friday. The president held a press conference in which reporters rightly peppered him with tough questions about everything from the attempted assassination of Russia’s opposition leader, to whether America is making as much progress against Covid-19 as he says, to whether he regretted saying John McCain was no hero.

The same day, Mr. Biden held one of his (infrequent) press briefings. This time, it was all softballs. Most reporters simply asked him to expand on how awful Mr. Trump is, starting with the first question, which asked Mr. Biden to give his take on Mr. Trump’s soul.

We’ve been seeing this for years. Where was the press skepticism about the Steele dossier or the whole Russia collusion narrative? Can anyone remember headlines about norm busting when Americans learned the FBI agent accused of altering a document for a FISA court had declared himself part of the “resistance”? Or when a text revealed the FBI’s lead investigator into the Trump and Clinton campaigns telling his FBI lover that they will “stop” Mr. Trump from becoming president? Against this, the standard rhetorical excesses likening the president to murderous totalitarians—Trump is Hitler, Trump is Stalin, Trump is Mussolini—look almost quaint.

The critics will say this is all whataboutism. But that’s not an answer, it’s an evasion. If norms are norms, they apply to everyone. Unfortunately, as my colleague Kim Strassel notes in her book “Resistance (at All Costs),” the reigning standard of the Trump norm busters is this: “You either hate the man, or you are as bad as the man.”

Obsessed With Panties

I posted on my wood paddle fetish Monday. Today I post on my panty fetish.

So a reader sent me this picture, which fired off all three of my brain cells.

This may be her sister?

Readers know I have a panty fetish which dovetails nicely with women’s fondness for having lots of panties that they want to show off.

Twice I have whiled away afternoons spanking girls in every pair of “nice” panties they had and both times it was their idea. One time with Bacall and another time with a friend. We did not get through both of Bacall’s drawers of panties. Something else came up.

This is the way it started off

Notice the tongue

And then the panty show

Click to enjoy a sexy story?

Getting Paddled – II


I am indulging my wood paddle fetish today

Debbie from NC getting the paddle in an early Nu-West film. Debbie was the real deal she loved to be paddled. I don’t recall the details, but her Dad asked Ed to buy the video of his masochistic daughter. Ed said he would have but the Dad was a jerk about it.

Closer to home, Lisa enjoys the paddle

A commercial shoot, with a convincing well placed swat

Another commercial shoot, with a great reaction