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I like to use my BLOGS to keep my friends informed of the daily Mess(es) that are going on with us and adding items of interest others might find enjoyable. Thanks for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment. Bret

Police Surveillance
Posted:Jul 14, 2018 9:25 pm
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2018 9:34 am
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A recent Police Surveillance captured the following conversation between my OLD Friends Bisex and BiBBo..................



Bisex... How much for a handjob???

BiBBz $10... Would you like one???

Bisex.. No. I was just wondering how much I saved doing it myself.
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Perjury !!!
Posted:Jul 14, 2018 8:06 pm
Last Updated:Jul 15, 2018 9:35 am
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My crack legal team has notified me that I may have perjured myself when I promised to not post Any more late night special treats....



and here I am doing it AGAIN!



Today Sunday May 17th we celebrate ice cream



On May 17, 1984, a bill was introduced by Senator Walter Dee Huddleston of Kentucky, to designate July 1984 as National Ice Cream Month, and July 15, 1984, as National Ice Cream Day.



Senate Joint Resolution 298 was passed and became law after being signed by President Ronald Reagan on July 2. On July 9, President Reagan issued Proclamation 5219. In it, he called ice cream a "nutritious and wholesome food" that over ninety percent of American citizens ate.



He said that almost ten percent of the milk from dairy farms was used to make ice cream at the time. He also said that ice cream provided thousands of jobs for citizens, and was an integral part of the dairy industry.



Although the law was officially just for 1984, the day and the month have both continued to be celebrated. July 15, 1984, was the third Sunday of the month, and National Ice Cream Day has since been celebrated on the third Sunday of July ever since.

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La Fête Nationale
Posted:Jul 13, 2018 9:05 pm
Last Updated:Jul 14, 2018 2:39 pm
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Happy Bastille Day to our friends in France.



Long day for me.. got home and took JD out for dinner and a couple drinks. Thank God for the weekend but that does not save me from a bunch of major tasks that need to be done around here and at my jobsite.
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Happy Birthday!
Posted:Jul 12, 2018 8:23 pm
Last Updated:Jul 14, 2018 2:45 pm
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A Happy 2118th Birthday to Gaius Julius Caesar! Born July 13th 100 BC ! Roman Military Commander and Political Statesman who rose through the political and military ranks of Republican Rome to become Consul in 59 BC, establishing control of Rome by forming the so-called First Triumvirate with Pompey and Crassus.


{ This coin we have was minted by Caesar around 49 BC to commemorate crushing Gaul)

Appointed Governor of 4 legions he conquered Gaul greatly extending Rome's empire. In 49BC Caesar, refusing to give up his command he crossed the Rubicon and ignited civil war.



By Senate decree Caesar was grated Dictator of Rome in 48BC by defeating his opponents before instigating a series of reforms, including the Roman calendar.



He was assassinated in Rome on the Ides of March by a group of conspirators including Brutus. His death led directly to the end of the Roman Republic and the establishment of the Roman Empire under Caesar's heir Augustus.
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A Query.........
Posted:Jul 11, 2018 10:11 pm
Last Updated:Jul 13, 2018 11:50 pm
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I know that my body has made some changes since I slipped over the 30 years mark. Please indulge me in giving you the details assuring you I am not bragging but requiring your "more mature" input.



I have not had any "real sex" just BJs since JD broke his knee on the 4th of July. To me BJs are on the order of heavy duty kissing or getting a hand job etc. Some of my closer inner circle know of my well endowed, long time carpender friend, Drew. I had a bunch of Banking crap to do this morning then went to my job site to check on the progress. Drew and I were walking around checking and planning when one thing lead to another. Next thing i was down blowing Drew but his hands were busy dropping my jeans.. I thought "Oh!" gonna get some 69ing or a return BJ. Instead after slipping my jeans down he turned me to face the wall... produced a small tube of lube from his pocket and started to fuck me. Gentle but determined is the best way to describe it. Then he cut loose.... my head banging against the wall with each of his thrusts deep into me.one arm around my waist the other on my shoulder... he was intend on busting a load.... and just as he did... so did I... but not the usual orgasm... This orgasm rippled through my body... up my spine to my head and I fucking fainted... right there on the spot... Drew holding on supporting me... I lost consciousness and blacked out from one of the most wicked orgasms of my life. I've had them before where I've been dizzy and just sunk into the bed our couch but NEVER where I totally fainted blacked out before. Drew even had to help me up and get me dressed.



Is this a part of getting older? Having some orgasms fucking knock you out? Low blood sugar? Do you guys have them like this? Or do I need to mention it next time I go to the Dr?
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Once Again.............
Posted:Jul 11, 2018 9:24 pm
Last Updated:Jul 12, 2018 11:21 pm
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Once again I have been forced to consult with my crack legal team before posting my blog. They strongly urged me to post a disclaimer for those who might view the material finding it detrimental to their health, diet, and wellbeing.



Soooooo DO NOT FUCKING GO ANY FURTHER if you are on a diet or Diabetic! You been warned



Thursday July 12 is designated as National Pecan Pie Day!



Your grandmother’s house in mid-fall. The air outside is crisp, even though the sun is shining. Leaves swirl all around you in streaks of yellow, red and brown. And then a delightfully sweet, buttery scent reaches your nostrils and you hear your grandmother’s voice, “Pie’s ready! Come and get it!”



Aaah, pecan pie. A favorite not only in the United States but the world over, pecan pie is considered a staple of traditional Southern U.S. cuisine. So why not celebrate this delicious dessert on its very own day by making a pecan pie of your own? You’ve got to admit that sounds pretty delicious.



There are various ideas about the origins of pecan pie. There are those who state that the French first made it soon after settling in New Orleans in the 1700s and being introduced to the pecan by the Native Americans of the area. Other claim pecan pie was first made in the early 1800s in Alabama; however, no recipes or other culinary literature has been found that would support either of those claims. The first actual pecan pie recipe was written in 1886. Originally, pecans were mixed with custard, boiled, and then poured into a crust and baked. The makers of Karo syrup also contributed significantly to the popularization of pecan pie, as their product was often used instead of the more expensive honey or maple syrup. Pecan pie has been mentioned numerous times in American literature and television and has even become a literary symbol of the Southern States.



How to celebrate the day? The answer is easy, make your own pecan pie! Even if you don’t have very much culinary experience, don’t worry! Pies are relatively easy to make also this recipe calls for a frozen crust, saving you. The Pecans can be expensive in some parts of the world, so you could use walnuts instead if you like, which will also make a very tasty pie. Still, if you want to really taste this traditional Southern dessert and celebrate this day to the fullest extent, pecans are the best bet.



Simple Pecan Pie

Ingredients:
1 1/2 cups pecan pieces
3 large eggs
1 cup sugar
3/4 cup light or dark corn syrup (or honey or maple syrup if you prefer)
2 tablespoons melted butter
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 (9-inch) deep-dish frozen unbaked pie shell

Preparation:

1. Spread pecans in a single layer on a baking sheet and bake at 350° for 8 to 10 minutes or until just toasted.

2. Put the eggs, sugar, syrup/honey, butter, vanilla extract and salt in a large bowl and mix them all together. Then, stir in the toasted pecans and combine well.

4. Pour the filling into pie shell.

4. Bake at 350° for 55 minutes or until set. It’s probably a good idea to shield your pie with aluminum foil after 20 minutes of baking to prevent excessive browning, or even the nuts getting a bit burnt and losing some of their flavor. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream, if desired.

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Joy Ride
Posted:Jul 10, 2018 8:31 pm
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2018 8:27 pm
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Officers who followed a car zig-zagging down a Des Moines street before it crashed were surprised to find a 9-year-old girl at the wheel with a 7-year-old child riding shotgun.



A 911 caller alerted police to a reckless driver a little before 8:30 a.m. Monday. Officers who spotted the car turned on their flashing lights while following it, but the curb-to-curb excursion didn't end until the minor crash. Police say neither of the children was hurt.



Sgt. Paul Parizek (puh-REE'-zihk) says the children apparently were just out on a joy ride, and were heading nowhere in particular. Parizek says they won't be referred to juvenile authorities, telling The Des Moines Register "the punishment to fit the crime is probably going to be in the home."



My Question is........................

DID YOU EVER GO OUT FOR A "JOY RIDE" PRIOR TO BEING OF LEGAL AGE TO DRIVE? OR HAVE YOUR LICENSE?



YES



NO


My crack legal team assures me the statute of limitations has run out so I can confess... clearing my conscience.
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Call Geraldo!
Posted:Jul 10, 2018 7:50 pm
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2018 8:30 pm
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A mysterious ancient black granite sarcophagus has been discovered in Egypt. The tomb, which dates back to the Ptolemaic period between 305 B.C. and 30 B.C., was uncovered in the city of Alexandria.



In a Facebook post, Dr. Mostafa Waziri, general secretary of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, announced that the 6-foot high sarcophagus, which is 8.7-feet long and 5.4-feet wide, is the largest ever found in Alexandria.



The sarcophagus was found buried 16.4 feet below the surface. A layer of mortar between the lid and the body of the sarcophagus indicates that it has not been opened since it was closed more than 2,000 years ago.



A carved alabaster head, which probably depicts the tomb’s owner, was also found.



Ancient Egypt continues to reveal its secrets. Archaeologists recently unearthed a 2,200-year-old gold coin depicting the ancient King Ptolemy III, an ancestor of the famed Cleopatra.
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Way Too Much!
Posted:Jul 9, 2018 8:44 pm
Last Updated:Jul 10, 2018 10:58 pm
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I've been deluged with blog topics here today...... From the 1880th anniversary of the death of my Favorite Roman Emperor Hadrian who lost the love of his life Antinous at a young age and spent the rest of his life mourning for him to it being my favorite drink day National Piña Colada Day!



There's also President Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, however, with extremely limited time I have a different focus.



I want to bring out the passing of the Gay Community's legend, Tab Hunter, the 1950s epitome of the blond Hollywood heartthrob and teen icon pin-up, whose career included early A-list fare like Damn Yankees! and Battle Cry to later (much later) cult classics Polyester, Lust in the Dust, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and authorship of a memoir in part describing his life as a closeted gay movie star.



Discovered as a stable boy, he rocketed to fame as a teen heartthrob in movies such as “Island of Desire” and “Battle Cry,” and as a chart-topping crooner with the hit “Young Love.” Hunter was the aspirational dream boat for swarms of Baby Boomers and the perfect arm candy for Natalie Wood and Debbie Reynolds, all while hiding his homosexuality.



Tab’s partner of over three decades, Allan Glaser, confirmed that he passed away on Sunday (July 8 ) due to a blood clot that caused a heart attack, just 3 days shy of his 87th birthday.



I found this home pic with their pet Greyhounds....
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National Sugar Cookie Day
Posted:Jul 8, 2018 9:01 pm
Last Updated:Jul 9, 2018 10:52 pm
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It's pretty easy to see how Sugar cookies came to get their own special day. Almost everyone has had them. Many people are hooked on them. Put out a plate of sugar cookies, and you can be certain they won't be there for long. We haven't seen any surveys, but it's a sure bet that sugar cookies are right up there with chocolate chip cookies as America's favorite cookie.



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