Story by Saint Reggie/ Sketch by Nate Erickson
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Story by Saint Reggie/ Sketch by Nate Erickson
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Hello and welcome to Badde (Bad) BDSM. My name is Badde (Bad) and this is a look into my journey into the world of BDSM/LEATHER. First may I start by stating by no means do I claim to be an authority , doctor , or expert in BDSM , LEATHER , OR ANY SIMILAR NATURE. This is merely my journey , and experiences thus far. Take them for what they are and nothing more please. I ask that we all have a positive attitude and if and when addressing each other or topics please do so politely. Helpful criticism not telling somebody they are wrong or making anybody feel bad. BDSM is a tribe . We are tribal members . We should behave as so and lift up the pack not knock anybody down. I will post a list of rules shortly. I stumbled upon BDSM roughly 7 years ago 2009 . I had finally escaped a severely abusive ( physical , emotional mentally and financially )relationship. I am 43 and have a young adult son . I live in the bay area and with the help of BDSM and MASTER SCORPIO SF I now live a happy life. MASTER SCORPIO SF is a name you will see a lot. I will dive into that at a later time. I have had the honor of witnessing so many beautiful and scary things in this short time . In order to fully explain them all I’ve broke down the first half of my journey into a few parts. 1. my philosophy on BDSM/LEATHER 2. MASTER SCORPIO 3. the rules of BDSM 4. online BDSM 5. cathartis and my awaking through Disciple 6. BDSM and public events. once again I am not an authority nor a expert in BDSM LEATHER OR ANY SIMILAR NATURE. Thank you and be well. –xxxxbaddexxxx
“Saint Odd,” Dean Koontz’s final installment in his best-selling Odd Thomas series, is the perfect book for those of us who hate bloodthirsty Satanists. Odd Thomas, a fry cook with supernatural powers, is a refreshingly homespun protagonist who maintains an aw-shucks demeanor even as he blows away bad guys. Koontz used to be a Stephen King imitator, but in this series he has found a fresh voice and gives us a likeable albeit very bloody tale. I have not been keeping up with his recent books, but clearly I underestimated him and he is a better writer than I thought. I recommend this book to all horror fans. Also it was weird that the actor who played him in the film version of this recently died that bizarre accident where his own car pinned him to the wall. That’s weird since he is psychic in this series and has a somewhat bad fate in the book as well. -CoolAC
Porn stars die young because society throws stones at them until they snap, break and die. People dehumanize them and wrongly view them as crooks and degenerates. They are isolated and discriminated against socially, and that isolation leads to them to false placebos in drugs. Later it snowballs into overdose or violent mayhem. Another thing is that the viewers push for more far out sex scenes than ever. They want the biggest, most insane gangbangs, and the most intensely harsh bondage shoots possible. After the crazy scene we did with Amber, I shot a scene with one of her best friends (another well known model). Even her friend was really surprised how crazy the scene we did with Amber was (it was a really big GB). Viewers also won’t buy porn with condoms used in it to the same extent as they will pay to watch bareback scenes. None of this has the best interests of the performers in mind. Its all self-centered towards the viewer and to hell with the performers.
Amber seemed to be a very nice person from the little I knew and saw. Played a Les Paul and apparently was into nice hobbies like horseback riding. She pulled up to the shoot in a shiny, but modest compact car, and was all smiles and positive attitude despite the fact the shoot was a continuation of a shoot that had ended with pushing and shoving to get into her. Unfortunately, society looks WAY down on these performers and they wind up socially isolated from normal people. I wonder if sexbots will OD too.
Porn stars in San Fernando have their own bowling leagues, softball leagues, and the like. Occasionally some of them were so socially isolated from the normal world that I noticed they referred to non-industry people as ‘civilians’.
It has been a fun summer. But I think I took the wrong books on that picnic date. Lets review some of this past summer’s reading:
Breakthrough by Whitley Strieber. (1995) Highly Recommended.
Mr. Strieber’s follow-up to Communion is once again about getting abducted by aliens. Its awesome because he writes it as non-fiction in the first person and makes it extremely vivid. I’m not saying there really are aliens abducting him -the remote New York cabin location seems kind of convenient to avoid witnesses or security seeing the aliens. Yet his paranoia makes a darn good horror story. The last few chapters are an awesome retrospective on the history of the US government, the media, and UFO’s. Another great thing about this book is it left open who the aliens are. Strieber claims they could be time-travelers (inter-dimensional beings) , or that aliens could surrogates of foreign governments, the US government, or private corporations.
Love + Sex with Robots by David Levy (2007) Not Recommended.
I was pretty excited when I started this book, and by the time I had read forty pages I felt like someone should have been paying me to read it. With subject matter like this, the author needs to make it kind of funny and enjoyable to read. This book is very dry and scholastic in its tone. The author does an excellent job of providing information to the reader. He even goes back into the history of sex dolls. All the way to modern Japan, where the top corporations have done these advanced robotics and AI. There’s explanations of why people will want sexbots. Including psychological studies and so forth. And taking into account things such as convenience, locality, attachment etc. However, since it is written in a style which is as though he was turning it in for a college thesis to be graded – it is not as enjoyable to the average reader who is seeking information in a way that is fun. Therefor, I would not recommend this book to a friend. Though, at the same time, I do give props to the author for his vast knowledge of sexbots and for taking on a topic which sometimes results in ridicule.
Nihilism by Brett Stevens (2016) Highly Recommended.
Are you ready to challenge your basic assumptions about humanity? If you answered yes, then I would highly recommend you add this book to the end of summer reading list. Its author keeps the readers turning the pages by strongly challenging basic assumptions about whether modern civilization is on the right track or not. Stevens argues that society is in denial about how bad things are, like in Voltaire’s Candide. His condemnation of society as well as his remedies both challenge the reader to brainstorm with him about how it could be possible to get civilization back on track. He avoids fatalism by not saying everything is doomed. But rather suggests his own solutions, which is refreshing (whether or not you necessarily agree with all of them). The author believes that much less government imposed order would be beneficial to humanity. This is interesting because it evokes some libertarian principles. There is Rousseau/Hobbesian inspired state of nature aspects to this book. At the same time it is ironic. Since it crosses with a form of Jacksonian social Darwinism, which is looked down upon by scholars traditionally (yet has always had populist appeal). A highly provocative book, for deep thinkers. – Steve C.
artwork by Saint Reggie
Suicide Squad is Worth Seeing (3.5 of 5 stars)
One of the few pleasant surprises of the summer is “Suicide Squad,” which has enough style, energy, and decent acting to overcome a not-so-great script. Being a film about C-list superheroes allows the film to have a light tone that has been sorely lacking in the recent Batman efforts, although an overweight Ben Affleck is around to around to remind us of “Batman v. Superman.” Will Smith gives a sympathetic performance as Deadshot, who never misses, but it is the women, Margot Robbie and Viola Davis, who walk off with the film. Robbie is every adolescent’s wet dream as Harley Quinn, a lethal sex kitten, while Davis oozes strength and menace as a C.I,A. agent. Jared Leto is fine but under-used as the Joker, and the script doesn’t add to that much, but I still think “Suicide Squad” is a winner. There’s plenty of action to spare. – CoolAC
Sausage Party is Surprisingly Good (4 of 5 stars)
“Sausage Party” is the year’s most offensive film, and also one of the year’s best. Why does it work so well? Perhaps because it has not been test-screened to death; it left me with the feeling that I’d really seen something. At first it seems like a dumb stoner comedy about talking food, and that’s what I expected going in. But as it went on, I could see that it was making real satiric points about race, gender, religion, and sexuality. I was actually thinking as I laughed, and engrossed in it in a way I would not have thought possible. To top it off, the animation is superb. Seth Rogen plans to make a sequel and more R-rated cartoons. I think that sounds like a good idea. See “Sausage Party”; it’ll make you think twice about eating. -CoolAC
Race 1 – Horse 2 Count On Me 4-1 odds (to win). Consistent check earner.
Race 2 – Horse 6 Vegas Luck 20-1 odds (to win/place/show). Either does really well or very poorly. Won 2 of its last 6 races, so I like these odds.
Race 3- Horse 6 Pineda 8-5 odds (to win). Finished second in 3 of 4 career starts. Dropping to a lower level today gives a better chance.
Race 4- Horse 7 New Karma 2-1 (to win). Won last two races. Going with the favorite here again for a change. I like the outside draw.
Race 5 – Horse 10 Bella Ronski 6-1 (to place). Finished second on this course twice prior.
Race 6- Horse 3 Dance For Me Baby 4-1 (to win). Won last time. Going with the hot hand here.
Race 7- Horse 5 Crusher 7-2 (to win, place, and show). Earned checks in last 4 tries, as well as in 5 of its last 6 efforts.
Race 8- Horse 10 Papa Pagosa 20-1 (to show). Dam has five winners from 5 foils.
Race 9- Horse 4 Heartofthetemple 8-1 (to win, place, and show). Won last race here in May.
Vinnie the Greek bets exclusively on GGF races and has come out ahead there over a three year period. Vinnie generously offers his picks to us here at Groin out of the goodness of his garlic-y Italian heart. He tends to favor longshots in general. He keeps his bets fairly simple.
Recently I went to see a production of “Carrie: The Musical”. Normally I wouldn’t be caught dead at a musical theatre production, but this one is different: it’s about horny teenagers and the 1976 movie by Brian De Palma contained a generous helping of T and A. The show also promised opportunities for much bloodshed and elaborate special effects.
So I saw the show: first, the good news: there was a full orchestra there who knew what they were doing and the actors could all sing. The songs were performed well, but here’s the first problem: should they be performed at all? Songs about how “Her mother should have told her” and the love ballad “Carrie” are memorable enough, but Andrew Lloyd Webber they’re not. A bigger problem is the lack of sex and blood in the show. Due to a low budget, it’s minimalist. Also, Carrie looks hotter before the prom than during it. And it’s sappy. But it uses Stephen King’s story and it satirizes religious fanaticism, so in that sense it’s worthwhile.
The problem with both “Phantom of the Opera” and “Carrie The Musical” is that the songs defang the terror, and the romantic aspects are not sexualized enough for the material to convey an erotic charge. We need to feel teenage lust in “Carrie” and we don’t. Also the sappiness of the songs sometimes stop the show dead, as in Tommy and Sue’s love song. I mean, since Tommy’s going to die anyway, who cares if he loves Sue? Still, the performances are good, and there’s not much PC or gay stuff, so you could do a lot worse, You won’t be scared or overly titillated, but it’s a decent show that is rather entertaining and sweet. –CoolAC