A Dream

I don’t dream a lot. At least I have few dreams that I recall when conscious. I had a totally new one the last week. Christmas themed. I was really buff looking. Back to my 20’s. Solid abs. I was nude, my only covering was a gold sparkly sock over my balls. My large and ample penis looked a little longer. Such are dreams.

I was looking down a snow covered street lined on both sides with women holding decorated paddles. Some of the paddles even had lights on them.

The women smiling and giggling well fortified with wine. I was going to have to pass through the gauntlet and take their paddles.

Looks like 2022 will be a rehash of 2021. You have the play the cards you are dealt. We may all need some luck to stay sane.


Boosting The Sting

The Wet Spanking – I don’t know the physics behind it, but spankings on a wet bottom sting more – a lot more.

I gave my first wet spanking by having her soak her panties in cold water and put them back on before spanking her. I have used spray bottles in an attempt keep the bottom wet. I noticed when the light was just right that a single paddle lick caused the water to explode into the air. I was not going to spray, paddle, spray, paddle. I decided we would get in the shower so the shower head was on her bottom and go after it hard and fast. I seldom got much reaction from the iron bottom gal I first tried this one, but within seconds she was squirming and squealing. Success!

Body lotion and mineral oil work just as well as getting in the shower.

  1. Thigh Fries – Bacall had the idea of me to paddling her inner thighs. She said the inside of her legs were directly connected to her clit. Judging by her reaction I knew she was right. We used a wooden sail batten, which is much like a long ruler. I also used it on her most sensitive area in a light tap-tap-tap fashion. After her thigh fry I would paddle her bottom.

I decided to try this, and I loved it. I did not much care for the licks on my inner thighs, but I really liked it on the front and back of my thighs. I liked the hot stings on my thigh knowing that I still had a paddling coming.

One For Fun


I suppose there a several stories that could be constructed from this picture. Based on the multiple dining room tables, the photo on the wall and the ages of the gals, I would guess this is on a college campus. No Greek letters on the Bullwackers paddle. The gal with the paddle is smiling so I deem it as they are both having fun. Maybe a challenge?

The Deep State


I have been on my soapbox about this for years. This is the deep state to me.

To establish despotism in a nation like ours, you might begin, by building a bureaucracy of great complexity that commands a large percentage of the resources of the nation. You might give it rule-making powers, distributed across many agencies and centers inside the cabinet departments of government, as well as in 20 or more “independent” agencies—meaning independent of elected officials, and thus independent of the people. 

You would begin indoctrination of students to staff these positions at an early age. Teaching about the history of the county would be ignored as would critical thinking. 

“Citizenship is what makes a republic; monarchies can get along without it. What keeps a republic on its legs is good citizenship.—MARK TWAIN, 1906”

If are a recent product of public education you know nothing factual about your country and hence you have no allegiance to it. You are a citizen in name only.

The last few generations have been taught that the US is greatly flawed and in need of radical changes such as discarding the Second Amendment and the Electoral College, the Senate filibuster, etc. must go.

Refusing to kneel during the national anthem is not illegal, but it is not sustainable for the nation’s privileged to sit in disgust for a flag that their betters raised under fire on Iwo Jima for others not yet born.

Most Americans are ignorant of the fundamentals of the US Constitution. Thirty-seven percent can not name a single right protected by the First Amendment. Only one out of four Americans could name all three branches of government. One in three could not name any branch of government.

In a 2018 survey almost 75 percent of those polled were not able to identify the thirteen original colonies. Over half had no idea whom the United States fought in World War II. Less than 25 percent knew why colonists had fought the Revolutionary War. Twelve percent thought Dwight D. Eisenhower commanded troops in the Civil War.

Protesters torched the statue of World War II major general William C. Lee, apparently confusing his memorial with that of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. 

The unapologetic grand architects of dismantling constitutional citizenship, is inordinately represented by political activists, media grandees, the legal profession, and academics. As progressives, they feel Americans are currently stymied by an eighteenth-century constitutional albatross strung around their necks, one far too redolent of old, white, male, Christian values that supposedly have no relevance today. They accuse the Founders of lacking our modern wisdom.

A sign of democratic sclerosis is a loss of confidence in the integrity of voting—to the point that it becomes seen as a futile exercise rather than a bulwark of citizenship.

It would require a doctoral thesis to list all the ways that rules are made in our federal government today, which would make for boring reading. The truth is that very few people not directly involved know how all this works. Although civics education is practically banned in America, most people still know what the Congress is and how its members are elected. But how many know how the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) came to be, under what authority it operates, and who is its head? 

Congress got out the legislation in the traditional sense a decade or two back. Now legislation empowers unelected people to make regulations that have the force of law.

Presidents can appoint high level officials, but those officials can hire underlings in civil service that will carry out the Presidents agenda – well beyond a Presidents term. A new prez may have a different agenda, but the civil service employees that oppose it will slow walk implementation of any changes they oppose.


Kamala Harris is seeking the root cause of immigration. Here it is: folks get a better deal here than where they came from. The Dems are ever more rapidly eroding the better deal.


You are probably a racist for just reading this blog.

The ever miserable Mr. Hawley Smoot writes me:

Regrets. You cannot be intelligent and worship Trump. The two are incompatible. To begin with your IQ MUST be above room temperature. Hard cheese, fella.

That on a post that had nada to do with Trump or anything remotely political.

Bend Over

“Bend Over” Possibly the two most feared words of my youth. Those words were usually part of a longer sentence. “Bend over and grab your ankles” or “Bend over and hold on to the other side of the desk”.

Those were scary words then. Now they are exciting.

When Bacall says “Bend over and put your elbows on the bed” I am in heaven.

Here are a half dozen guys bent over for the paddle.