Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Where Have All The Hot Bondage Models Gone?

Here is my list of the hottest bondage models of all time:

  1. Andrea Neal
  2. Kelsie Chambers
  3. Nina Neon
  4. Alexis Taylor
  5. Jordan Berlin
  6. Darla Crane
  7. Jessica Eden
  8. Tyler Scot
  9. Sabrina Mills
  10. Sally Roberts
That's my list. I'm judging by in-their-prime standards. Also, I'm very, very, anti-tat, so the ones on this list who have serious tat issues (Darla, Jordan, Tyler) lost points because of that. The fact they still made the list attests to their own hotness and to the lack of tat-free competition.

There are a couple of things that stand out about this group... one, that I'm obviously a "hooter" man, and two, most of this list is either past their prime, or retired.

Now, the world of "professional" bondage models has never exactly been a who's who of Playboy Playmate-level hotties, but back when Harmony Concepts was rolling, along with Anton Productions, AES, Close-up and a few others, you could count on a few serious babes here and there.

These days, for the most part you get a steady diet of porno-skanks (Women with major league tats and/or piercings, all with that "rode hard, put up wet" look) Yeck.

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas To Everyone!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Andrea Neal is trying to say the same, but for some reason it's coming out "MUUFFFEHHH ITTTTHHHUSSSSS!"

But hey, it's the thought that counts, right?

I sincerely hope all you guys and gals have a great Christmas Holiday. As for myself, I plan to eat too much, watch too much TV, and nap big time.

And if Santa stops by, here's hoping I wake up Christmas morning to sound of a mmmphhing Haden Panettiere lying under my tree with a big bow and a "please ravish immediately" sticker. If Haden's not available, I'm willing to settle for The Hew, Lacey Chabert, Holly Weber, (Look her up. Trust me, look her up.) or Lucy Pinder, to name a few.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Comic Knot-Gag

Just a quick one here to post the knot-gag panel shots in the latest issue of Deadpool.

Friday, December 12, 2008

More Grey Potpourri

  • Added a few more links that I strongly encourage everyone to visit:
Pat Powers Blog - Pat writes some great articles and if you've never read his stories, especially KARG, then I beg you to do so. It's well worth the cheese, which is a measly $5. If you can't afford five bucks a month, then stop reading blogs and go get a damn job.

Raffish - The clip site to join, and stupid cheap for all that you get.

Big MT's Blog - Writes good posts about things others miss (Like our Italian buddy PantyDiD suddenly going MIA.) and he was nice enough to feature my blog, so here's my shout out. Also, he's a big Andrea Neal (Sigh...) fan too, so he's got to be a good guy, right?

Danger Theatre - Posts a lot of clips, including a lot of LARGE, high quality clips, which is great unless you're still on dial-up, in which case it's time to leave 1995 and join the rest of us here in 2008.

Major John's - Sadly, The Major left us a while back, but his legacy lives on. Another great clip site, just a shade below Raf's, but that's mainly due to quantity. In terms of quality and posting hard-to-find gems, this site rocks. You can also get The Major's videos, which are middle-of-the-road in terms of rope work and gags, but many of his "models" are off-the-chart hotties, including one lass who could be Jessica Alba's lost sister. Yes, she's that hot.

Brian's Page - Always free, always informative, always relevant. If you don't visit here regularly, then you're not really into DiD's, you're just piddling at it. Sounds great right? It is, except that it's run by a dictator with the disposition of a gal on a three month long PMS cycle. If you want to post, there's a rather long, and damn sure strict, list of rules to follow or face the wrath of ... The Moderator. Not that the rules are unfair, because they're not. But if you break them, even a little bit, be prepared. More than likely you won't get a firm but polite rebuke, you'll get a harsh, mean-spirited slam of the why-are-you-such-a-fucking-idiot variety. Read the rules, and I very much suggest that you hold off posting for a while and just lurk until you figure things out.

In Memorandum

On a separate sad note, Bettie Page has passed away. I was never a super-duper fan of her actual bondage work, which I found to be vastly overrated, but clearly she was a babe of the honey-muffin level who at her peak could hold her own with just about any plastic-enhanced celeb-babes of today. In addition, her work inspired many others, including Dave Stevens, who gave us The Rocketeer and an truly awesome t-shirt that I purchased when it first came out and never had the stones to wear in public.

Girl Next Door Bondage

Most of you likely know this site already, but for those who don't I wanted to say some nice things for "Girl Next Door Bondage". This is a clips for sale site and let me tell you, if gags are your "thing" this is THE best bondage video site ever.

Before I get into how great the bondage is, let me throw in a caveat: This is mainly a MILF site. With a few exceptions, the ladies here are a tad older and more ummm... shall we say full-bodied than your average bondage model, so if you require your damsels to be barely legal age-wise and built like a stick, this site ain't for you.

OTOH, the ladies aren't uggo's by any means. I say that as someone who's not into BBW's at all. I mean, I like a little meat on the bone, but I'm talking Andrea Neal - Kelsie Chambers - Jessica Eden level, not Rosanne-at-her-fattest level. They're attractive in that MILF sort of way, and they usually dress to show off their best assets.

The scripts are simple DiD stuff, but with enough story line to make it more than just a woman tied up in front of a camera, so that's a big plus. Some semi-consensual stuff, but not much, which is great IMO, because I hate that "consensual love bondage" shit.

The best parts? First, most of the ladies give it their all. I mean, they don't just struggle, they struggle. They yell, they fight, they complain through their gags, they retch and choke on their gags; brother, they really get into it, which is tough because the riggers really know their stuff. These damsels are tied tight, and while the rope work isn't as perfect or aesthetically pleasing as what you'd get from Jay Edwards or Dom Wolfe, it's more than good enough.

And then there are the gags. All I can say is... wow. Quality? The strictest gags you've ever seen, with real mouth-packing, not that small-wad-of-cloth-fluffed-up-to-appear-10-times-its-size crap. Quantity? You'd be hard-pressed to find a clip without gags. Variety? Every tape-gag and cloth gag you can imagine, including my favorite, the hard-to-find tightly knotted cleave with packing gag. Lots and lots of gag talk as well.

A moderate percentage of the clips feature some rape-type stuff, but it's all simulated so if that's a turn-off beware.

I really suggest checking the site out, but just be warned that once you see a few, you'll be hooked for life.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Grey Potpourri


I know times marches on and that no one stays young forever, but jeez. There was a time when Kristy Swanson was at the top of my babe list.

You all recall Kristy don'tca?

Hot right? And not that long ago either. Well, times, they have a changed, and Kristy has gone from hot babe, flew right on past "older-hot-mom" type, to "chunky hefer" stage.

Sad. What a waste.


Is it just me?

I don't watch Ghost Whisperer because I like the show. I watch it (Actually, I DVR and FF through it.) because (a) I'm hope beyond hope that the series will eventually pull JLH off The Ungagables list, and (b) because I can never get enough of Jen's world class sweater pups. However, while in the past the show was pretty good at dressing The Hew in low cut tops and the occasional tight sweater, this season she's been dressed more like a freakin' nun, as in "you perv's ain't gettin' nunya looks at my boobs".


Speaking of The Ungagables, I was looking through my old web site files and it struck me as to how many of that dubious group are still members. I mean, this list is YEARS old, and out of the entire group one, count `em, one girl was knocked off the list, and that was Thora Birch.

Congrats to Thora, but man, overall, that's just depressing.


Yes, it's true, I am writing again, and should have chapter 1 ready soon. I like to maintain continuity, so it's a continuation of the ABK series, although with mostly all-new characters. I plan to post it as a PDF and I hope that I can post it here, but if not I'll figure something out.

Friday, November 28, 2008

Sorry I've Been Away

Been out of town and the hard drive in my laptop crapped out on me, so for several days I was without decent internet access to my blog. Bit the bullet and went with a 128GB solid state drive this time, but of course I still have to reinstall all my software and stuff.

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Gun Control

"I love guns ,fuckin love them...",

I don't love them or hate them. IMO, they're simply a tool, like a shovel or wrench.

"... shoot each other en masse the way you americans do..."

The problem with that remark is that if exclude people defending themselves from crime and poor urban areas, the number falls to near nothing. Those same poor urban areas, BTW, are almost always areas where they have the strictest gun-control. ala Washington DC.

I live in an area where I can safely say just about everyone owns at least one, and in most cases, numerous firearms, with many using concealed carry. And yes, I fall into that category. Our violent crime rate is virtually nil.

"My problem is with such a huge population you are obviously gonna have a few whackos"

"Whackos" will get guns no matter what the laws are. Even more reason us non-whackos need to have the ability to defend ourselves.

"you get pissed of disturbed people shooting up the post office the high school,Mcdonalds etc."

And what do all those places have in common? That's right, it's against the law to have/carry firearms, and so what happens is all the law-abiding citizens are unarmed while the kook gets to pick and choose targets at will like shooting ducks in a barrel.

Did it ever cross your mind that whackos specifically target these places because they're gun-free zones, therefore basically undefended? Notice they never, ever, target a gun club? A firing range? A cop bar?

They might be crazy, but they ain't stupid. The only stupid people are the gun-control advocates who actually believe banning firearms would keep bad guys from getting firearms.

"The conservative argument ,that if these whackos have the guns ,we should have them too for protection just doesn't hold water ,it only puts more guns out there ,and adds fuel to the fire ."

Our argument "holds water" because it's logical to a point that cannot be disputed. I would not be for gun-control even if it worked. Since it's a proven abject failure, I'll keep my weapons thank you.

Sunday, November 9, 2008


Series that should generate plenty of gag-scenes... but don't.

Just what is a gag-teaser? That's a series, which, due to type, normal plot-lines, and stars, co-stars, and guest-stars, should consistently produce good gag scenes, but inexplicably don't.

Over the years, there have been a number of shows that fall into this dubious category, but one series stands above (Below?) all others:

#1, and being first on this list means you really, truly, stink. How bad is SMALLVILLE when it comes to not gagging females?

Let's start with the premise and plot-lines. This is a series about Clark before he became Superman, or hell, even Superboy. Let that sink in: S-U-P-E-R-M-A-N.

Let's put aside the feature films, because, quite honestly, not seeing Margot "Ugliest Lois By Far Ever" Kidder and Kate "I used to be hot but now I'm an ABAC poster child " Bosworth in gags doesn't make me weep at all.

So on to the series and serials: 3 series, two serials. Number of gag scenes: Too many to list. More than I can count with both hands and feet. Quality? You kiddin' me? Teri Hatcher in all her pre-ABAC glory...

Including one of the great scenes of all time...

... and that's leaving out my choice as, if not the sexiest Lois ever, certainly in the top two, Phyllis Coates.

It's also doesn't include the various toon series that produced some nice scenes themselves:

SMALLVILLE? Now in it's 8th season, we have a grand total of... two. Three, I suppose if we count Chloe's "dental mouth spreader" and I don't, because I don't like `em and it's my article. (But feel free to count it if you choose.) I also don't count Lois' "one blurred frame" gag scene, if you even want to call it that. Even if one does count those others, my point remains because IMO, quality counts far, far, more than quantity.

Seven plus seasons, 22 episodes per year, and just two/three countable, forget good, gag scenes. None of which are particularly memorable, and only one/two with a series regular, Allison "Chloe" Mack:

It's not like they didn't have sufficient babes around to gag either. This series has had some major-league muffins on it:

Do you realize how difficult pulling that off is in a Superman series? One with action/adventure plot-lines? (Albeit with more than enough "Dawson's Creek" teen angst)

Damn near impossible, I'd say, at least so far as pure chance goes. I mean, TV writers aren't exactly the most inventive in the world. Even those who are at the tip-top when it comes to that skill (Buffy, Moonlighting, etc...) still manage to get at least a few of their female leads gagged once in a while.

I know, I know. You're thinking, "Vince, you're goofy. No way this is some plot. No way they're avoiding gags on purpose." I would tend to agree. Logic says so, but the odds... the odds say say otherwise.

Even some of the all-time gag-tease series produced more. Charlies Angels? At least 3 in 6 seasons. Wild Wild West? 2 for sure, but in only 4 seasons, and this show had no female leads.

So, am I crazy? Could this possibly be on purpose, or just an incredible coincidence? I have to lean on choice "A", because to me, all the evidence points that way, but give me your input. Also, any other series make your top gag-tease lists?

Friday, November 7, 2008

Responding to Libs 2

"Congress DID authorize the fight without a declaration of war. So what??? That doesn't make it Constitutional."

That's certainly a true statement. Sadly, more and more, Congress, POTUS, and especially the courts, have either ignored the Constitution, or "interpreted" it in a manner that's so illogical only an insane person could follow it. That said, in this case, we have to decide if what we're doing now constitutes a true "war" or is more like a military police action. IMO, war means going all out, with full effort and as much force as is necessary, to totally and completely defeat enemy nations of our country. We haven't done that since WWII.

I would hope that as a "believer in the Constitution" you would agree that Congress is limited in its powers and cannot simply grant itself unlimited authority.

I feel ALL branches of Government should be extremely limited in power. I do, however, feel that the Commander-in-Chief should have full authority to act immediately if he feels national security is threatened by a foreign entity, be it a nation or a terrorist cell.

My only point was that when the republicans have made such an absolute mess of your country an imbecile knows it's time for change .

OK, the Republicans have done a crappy job. Agreed. But before I "change" anything, I want a credible, viable, alternative. Obama's way is neither. The man's words have no substance, other than I get that he:
  • Hates coal.
  • Wants to jack up taxes on "the rich", which by his nutty calculations, includes me.
  • Spread the wealth, ie, Income Redistribution, ie, take from those who work, and give to those who don't.
  • Ban personal ownership of firearms, thus leaving us defenseless.
  • Allow, and expand on the continued murder of preborn infants.
That sort of change I can happily do without.

The US electorate seems to have supported that view in pretty large numbers .

Not in the state I live in, but overall, yes. What I find so disheartening are the number of Obama supporters who worship at the feet of "change" yet cannot give any specifics as to exactly what those changes will be, or how it will specifically help them.

My opinion is this election was more about "Anybody But Bush" and the Republican Party offered no real alternative.

I live in Ireland ,i have no idea where you're getting your 70 percent tax brackets from .

I looked up Ireland in the Tax Misery Index, and indeed your nation is very low compared to other European nations like Sweden.

Anti gun Whackos ? As opposed to what ,over 40000 handgun deaths a year ,and exactly how many school shootings ?

First of all, that's a totally bogus stat, but that's not the point. If it were 10 times that number, it would not change my opinion on this issue. In fact, it would actually enforce it.

There are basically 3 types of death by firearm, or "handgun" if you prefer:

Accidental: The number is falling thanks to a stronger emphasis on firearm safety instruction; but in a world where hemorrhoid medication requires a warning not to take orally, I don't see much hope that the number will ever get too low.

Suicide: Someone who is determined to end it all is going to succeed no matter the means.

Murders: The key point here is that murders are committed by criminals. I'm all for taking firearms away from criminals. I'm even more for taking criminals out of society. What I'm not for is taking firearms away from law-abiding citizens.

Tell me, have your tyrannical anti-gun laws in Ireland taken all firearms away from criminals? Don't even bother to answer because I know the answer is of course not, because that's simply not possible. Instead, law-abiding citizens, like you I assume, are rendered all but defenseless. You have to put your faith in pepper sprays, maybe a big stick, and the police.

That's all hunky-dory until Mickey O'Thug and his gang jump you, stick a 9mm in your face, and rape your wife and daughter in front of you.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

My Crappy Week Continues...

To put it mildly, this has not been The Greyman's best week. My beloved Cowboys continue their tailspin. The election goes, shall we say, rather opposite of what I was looking for. Brian and I get sideways for a bit. I'm at war with Comcast Cable. My brother-in-law borrowed my truck and smoked in it, and now I can't decide whether to beat the living snot out of him or have him accidentally fall into a cage filled with ravenous pit bulls.

Brians Page, Moderator Tyranny, & Politics

Way back when (Mid-90's) I was a serious participant in several political Compuserve forums. (If you don't know what a forum is, or hell, even a "Compuserve" look it up. You'll likely learn something.)

Anyway, those forums were moderated to the point that, while you could vehemently disagree, you HAD to be civil while doing so. I preferred it that way because cursing and name calling is the last resort of the debater who's lost. Thus became my lessons, well learned and taken to heart, on how to debate and disagree while still being civil.

My point? I have three:

  • I welcome any and all comments here. Agree with me? Great, because I think I'm right too. Disagree? Wonderful. Let me know, only please make a point, don't just slam me as wrong or call me names. Not that I can't take it, it just fails to move the debate forward and is waste of time.
  • I'm omni-topical here, within reason. I mean, I'll discuss (Most) sports. I'll discuss politics. I'll discuss media, meaning TV and film, and of course, I'll discuss damsels-in-distress.
  • While I am omni-topical, Brians Page is NOT. The Moderator is narrow (I would say "anal") beyond comprehension at times on what topics he allows and what is said. Politics are definitely NOT on the favored list, to say the least. well, that caused a recent problem when I posted an update notice... which I've done for years with no issue... and some people responded there instead of here concerning politics. Why? That I have no answer to, since anyone is welcome to respond here at will. Stupidity? Brain-cramp? Anyway, I missed the whole thing, other than him deleting the posts and my update notice. Plus, apparently someone used my name to post some derogatory remarks, the nature of which I still don't know, but it was NOT me.

It would end there, but while the response posts deletions I understand and support, as usual the Moderator goes over the line and hammers me as well, being his often rude prick self. If I deserve it, fine, but in this case I was innocent. I didn't break any rule... other than his apparent NEW rule regarding... uh, err, update notices to DiD sites, and that's what this is, that might mention politics? That's so oddball illogical... I'll leave it at that.

I'm on politics because that's what's "hot" right now. I'm working on a damsel article right now as well. Believe me, let Jennifer Love Hewitt wind up with a knot-gag in her mouth (Sigh....)

Uhhh... what was I saying... ? Oh yes.... and I'll be all over that like white on rice.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Responding To The Libs

LOL! I post several (IMO) well written and rather intuitive DiD blogs with just a few responses total, and then I pop up a political one and bam, I have more than I can respond to.

But, trooper that I am, I shall endeavor to try:

Pat, a wise man once said, "Judge a person by his friends, but also by his enemies." I became aware long ago that most liberals despise Ann with virulent hatred rarely seen. (I'm always amused by that. We conservatives are constantly branded as "haters" but amongst the right wing we have a saying "Nobody hates like a liberal hates")

Many so-called conservatives are little more than Republican Party shills. I love Ann because she, like I, am a conservative by nature, a Republican by default. She is incredibly insightful, and she doesn't take any shit from libs. Yes, she has a caustic, sardonic, wit, but then, so do I, so how can I fault her for that?

To "Anonymous":

I would hardly call this a war, at least in the way "normal" wars are typically waged. This is a fight against terrorism. Semantics, I'll admit, but Congress DID authorize the fight, and if the Democrats in Congress want to end the fight, all they have to do is pull the financial plug.

Truman, a democrat, started the Korean war and Kennedy/LBJ, also democrats, started the Vietnam war. Chew on that for awhile.

I-do-not-support-McCain other than he's simply a better bad choice than the other guy, who sucks. I (Barely) support McCain because he's the only alternative to Barack who has a shot at winning.

To "Cagney":

Sorry, while I have nothing against you personally, I'm not about to start taking political lectures from a European. 70%-plus tax brackets? Not no, but heeeeellll no. You guys are still anti-gun wackos, even though history has proven time and again that your leaders/dictators/kings will mass-murder you at best, screw you in the ass then mass-murder you at worst. Most of your countries, the Brits being the exception, all but give the terrorists blow-jobs rather than actually fight and kill the bastards, and... oh yeah... fucking France.

At it's worst, we are still the greatest nation this world has ever seen by far.

`Nuff said.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Holding My Nose, My Vote Goes To...

... John McCain.

Reasons, and why "holding my nose"?

Those of you familiar with me know that I've never held back on my political views, but for any newbies, I am an unabashed Conservative. If that's not direct enough, read Ann Coulter. She and I agree 99.9% of the time.

  • I believe in small, limited, government... for many reasons, but mainly because anything and everything the government tries to do "for us" quickly becomes a bloated, bureaucratic nightmare of a fuck-up. Yes, that includes the military, but that's the one thing I would not entrust to the private sector. Everything else, however, is fair game.
  • I believe in honoring the Constitution as it is written, and in the cases where the wording is considered somewhat vague, looking at the original intent of the Founding Fathers, then proceeding accordingly.
  • I believe people should do for themselves, and in cases where they can't, they should look to family, and then to a local Charity/church for assistance. Personally, I would become a bum and walk the streets before I would ever take a nickel from the government tit.
  • I believe in the open, fair market system. I believe high taxes hinder everyone and help no one. I believe income should not be taxed at all, but if it has to be, then it should only be taxed once.
  • I believe in the death penalty for very bad people, but would not be opposed, in the cases where there's at least a slim possibility of the person being innocent, to life under hard labor with absolute zero chance of parole... unless they're later found innocent of course.
  • I believe in the absolute right of every competent, law-abiding, citizen to own and carry whatever firearm they choose (With moderate, common sense restrictions on full-auto and/or explosive weapons) with no limits on number or time of purchase.
  • I believe the freedom of speech should include all speech, not just speech that liberals approve of.
  • I believe skin color should never matter, but that it always will so long as minorities fail to follow the same guideline.
  • I believe in legal immigration, and that illegal immigration would be eliminated by all possible, common sense means.
  • I believe in individual freedom of choice, and yes, that would include abortion. except that in this case the life of an innocent baby is at stake, and I will never concede that anyone, women included, should have the right to kill a baby... pre-born or not.
These views label me as a Conservative, but sadly many in the GOP don't feel the same way. I have no problem with Bush's war policies, (Except for pussy-footing around instead of kicking ass at at times) but I have a huge problem with him spending our money like a drunken liberal.

John McCain has always been on my list of bad Republicans. He's the poster child for the term "RINO" (Republican In Name Only). While you have to admire his military record, and I do, he's all over the place in his core beliefs, which in my mind means he has no core beliefs.

Oh, he can be a Conservative at times, but he has no problem jumping ship when he feels the wind blowing the other way. Bottom line, McCain would have been just about my last choice to run for our side.

I was so incensed, in fact, that for a brief moment or two I actually wanted Hillary/Obama to win, just so the country could see what true liberalism is all about for four years, and maybe, just maybe, shake up the Republican Party and get them off these so-called "moderate" Republican candidates. But then, I came to my senses and realized there was simply too much at stake in the appointing of judges.

Obama is a true believer wealth distributor, which means he take's money from those who work and earn and want nothing from the government (Me) and gives it to lazy, low-life scum who are the dregs of our society.

He is an extremeist when it comes to gun control. He wants to puch forward on universal health care. If that happens, perpare for your taxes to rise to new heights, and for the quality of your health care to decline dramatically.

So, I'm voting McCain. If John had Sarah Palin's conservatism, I'd have no issue with the man and it would be a slam dunk.

I don't know what's going to happen. The polls strongly favor Barack, but that's always the case. Certainly the media has completely lost any measure of fairness this time. They allow Obama to walk on water untouched while nit-picking the slightest McCain/Palin error for everyitng thet can possibly squeeze out of it.

Comments are, as always, welcome.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Empowered 4 - The Grey Review

Grey Rating: C-

There are two ways to review something. One is to judge it standalone, strictly on it's own merits. The other is to judge based on comparisons with similar items. I prefer to do the latter when applicable, and I believe it's applicable here.

Emp 4, frankly, was disappointing. Not bad, per se, just... far less than I expected. In many ways, however, it's a victim of it's own success. Emp 1 was excellent, and justly deserved a "A". Emp 2 was simply awesome. A freakin' plus. Emp 3 was a solid "B".

Emp 4 has bondage, just not enough. The stories with our damsel, or some other damsel, gagged and bound are short. Almost like... I don't know... after thoughts. Only one story line stands out, and it's one that has our heroine being a terminal cancer kid's "make-a-wish" wish. Inventive to say the least and it could have been great, but it ends way too soon.

What we DO get is a loooong ending story that really goes nowhere, and a middle story that features... wait for it... a dude in high heels and a kinky female maid's outfit.

No, I'm not kidding, and that's not a misprint.

Adam, if you read this, I am speaking just for myself, but I feel confident when I say that I speak for many others when I beg you to please knock it off with the homo stuff. You wanna make a book about that subject, be my guest. More power to you, but kindly keep it out of the Empowered series.

Ending this, my guess is that, for some reason, Adam is forgetting his target audience here. Perhaps he wanted to see if people bought his Empowered series for the dialogue and/or art, or the hot chick(s) in bondage. Note to Adam: It's all about the bondage dude.


Buy Empowered 4 if you have $15 to spare and you want to continue the series, but just keep in mind it's below average when compared to the other books.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Fixing A Screwup

When I set up this blog, I thought I had the settings so that anyone could leave a comment on a post, but I was wrong. That''s been fixed, so now you don't have to register or any of that nonsense. Respond at will. Just try to be civil, that's all I ask.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Rams 34 `Boys 14

One thing you can say about my Cowboys in 2008, and that's when the going get's tough the Pokes uh, basically run and hide like scared little girls. It's nice to know that when your team's back is up against the wall, when injuries and suspensions are draining you of needed talent, when you're coming off a tough loss, Dallas will lay down and die like a pathetic freakin' mangy dog that's been hit by a bus.

All congratulations to the St Louis Rams, and to my buddy Brian over at Brian's Page. who I playfully jabbed this past weekend with a prediction for the game between his Rams and my Cowboys. Well har-de-har-har, turns out the joke was on me. This was no last second, ref-aided win. They basically kicked the living shit out of us. It was embarrassing. Well no, it was actually worse than that.

In case I haven't made myself clear, I-am-pissed. I'm not the kind of fan who overreacts to a loss or two or a few bad plays. I try to see the bigger picture, and understand that it's a long season and that rarely does everything go smoothly. That said, this team is rife with problems. Too many pampered super-stars, and too many wannabe super-stars who play like 3rd-stringers. So, how to fix it? Well, Jerry's not going anywhere, and with all the big contracts, most of the players ain't either, so that leaves Wade. Wade is a fine man. Genuinely good guy. Pretty good defensive coach, although you can't see it with us right now. What he's not is a great head coach. Oh, if he's replacing a hard-nosed asshole kind of a guy like The Tuna, he's great for about a season, but that's all. After that, the players who loved his easy going ways start to tail off and get lazy, and that's what's happened here. We desperately need a Jimmy Johnston. A Bill Cowher. Maybe Jason Garrett can do the job, but I'm not sold on him as a head coach.

However, I don't think he can do any worse.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Tiffani Amber Thiessen Has Jumped The Shark

Just watched this really bad DVD called Cyborg Soldier. Why? (Good question, actually.) Because the female lead is Tiffani (Amber) Thiessen and I still recall what she once was, namely a damn near perfect celeb-babe uber-hottie:

She goes by just Tiffani Thiessen now, but she'll always be TAT to me.

Thankfully, TAT never turned into a ABAC (Anorexic Bony Ass Celeb). Instead, she got arguably even hotter:

Certainly her rack got bigger... and who minds that?

But that was about as much weight as TAT could carry and still be a uber-babe. Danger signs lay ahead:

TAT was around 30 now, and fast leaving babe status, but entering the "hot mom" arena.

Sadly, even that has passed now:

TAT is only 33 or so, but man has she gotten rough. LOTS of extra weight and her face... well, let's just say it has some serious mileage on it now.

No, I would not kick her out of my bed, but I'm definitely through making sure I watch every single damn thing she's in on the chance that she'll get naked, gagged, or both.

The Hit List, Part 1

Or, as I like to call it: "Will somebody please GAG these babes... like right now?"

My up-to-date, current list of favorite celebrity hotties who are enforcing their no-gag clauses in a very serious and, frankly, quite irritating way.

Haden Panettiere

Ok, she's pretty short. Five foot nada. Politically she appears to be another Hollywood air-head liberal. But otherwise? Yeeeoowwwzzaaaa! Perfect face, perfect hair, killer bod. Amazingly, she hasn't gone Hollywood-celeb skank at all. Not a smoker, no prison tats except for one very tiny one at the bottom of one ankle that's virtually unnoticeable, and she hasn't lost so much weight that she looks like a freakin' anorexic crack ho. I think I can cure her of her liberal affliction so, Haden, you officially have my proposal of marriage.

Oh, and also, could you please get the writers of Heroes to gag you? I mean, the ratings are down, and you know how everyone loves a damsel-in-distress! Nothing too special mind you. A nice, tight, knotted cleave-gag... uh, with packing if you don't mind... would be juuuuust fine.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

My Spiffy New Computer

Figured it was time to retire the old Athlon 64 model and so I just now built myself a brand spankin' new system.

It was well worth the effort. This bad boy rocks, especially when multitasking or doing CPU-intensive things like converting video.

Did I say cpu-intensive? So far, NOTHING is cpu-intensive for this machine. I'm serious. Ive tried, really tried, to bog it down.

It just sits there looking at me saying "That all you got?"

Probably overkill, as I'm not a gamer and I don't overclock, but the price difference between the system I built and a far lesser one was so small that it made no sense to go uber-cheap.


Self Built
Case - Thermaltake Armor+MX VH8000BWS
OS - XP Pro & Linux (Various)
CPU - Intel Core2 Quad Q9400
MEMORY - 4GB Patriot Extreme Performance
HD - W D VelociRaptor WD1500HLFS 150GB 10000 RPM (OS), (2) 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS
GRAPHICS CARD -EVGA 512-P3-N871-AR GeForce 9800 GTX(G92) 512MB 256-bit GDDR3
SOUND CARD - Creative Sound Blaster SB0570 Audigy SE 7.1
MONITOR - 22" Dell SP2208WFP

Gotta go now.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Vampire Shows: A Bloodly Good Time?

As a general rule, I like vampire themed series. Forever Knight was excellent, and of course BTVS was simply one of the top 5 shows in the history of popular entertainment.

That said, a bad vampire show is the worst, which brings us to... Moonlight. Oh, it had a couple of things I thought were cool, such as the idea that a stake through the heart wouldn't kill a vamp, but only paralyzes them (Until, for instance, they can be decapitated, which does kill `em). I also liked the actors themselves for the most part. That said, Moonlight jumped the shark from the start by breaking the cardinal, definitive, vampire show/flick "rule that must not be broken", namely vamps
running around in bright daylight.

No, no, no, no no. Vampires are called "creatures of the night" for a reason people.

You can play around with some of the other rules if you want. Break/bend some of the other rules, like, vamps can fly, or no they can't. Or, Vamps can't enter a dwelling without an invitation, or, whatever. None of the other rules bother me much when "broken" (Although I'm not too fond of the silver/silver oxidant killing substance. See: Blade) but the daylight walking thing for all vamps most of the time... forget it. You lost me from that point. I'm out. Unless one uncovers the Gem of Omara, it's just a weak-ass plot concept that's beyond lame and it should be noted that every series that tries to pull that stunt dies a well-deserved quick ratings death.

Sadly, another, far, far, superior show, BLOOD TIES, (Who knew Lifetime had it in them?) has gone to canceled series heaven well before it's time. It actually got decent ratings, but some sort of other nonsense wiped it out.

True Blood? I'll review it soon. Need to see more to make a real judgment, but the first episode was weak.

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Knight Rider: Bad Show Gets Worse With Lousy DiD Scene

First, a couple of fairly indisputable facts:

  1. Night Rider is bad show. Really, really bad.*
  2. Deanna Russo is kind of a babe.
*If you happen to be one of the few who like this wreck, you're welcome to your opinion, but I don't want to debate the issue as I don't care and it's irrelevant to the point of my post, so please no "I really like the show" posts.

So late Wednesday night I'm FF through that night's KR, (`cause I always try to follow the Underdog Riff Raff rule "Just... in... case..." ) and there's our babe... in bondage!

Uh, well... sort of. I mean technically she's bound and gagged, but I was, to put it mildly, less than enamored. Hands bound in front. She looks asleep. And that gag. Have I mentioned how much I hate loosie tape gags? This one's not just a loosie, it would be up for an all-time Loosie award! Think I'm kidding? Watch when Mike (Our intrepid hero) "rips" the tape off. He could have just held her head down a bit and gravity would have pulled that tape gag off. Yes, it was that loose.

If this crappy show can't do better than this, please just die. Die now and save me the DVR space and time.

Up and Running!

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