Saturday, September 30, 2006
Adult Friend Finder is definitely not for the faint of heart. The amazing hidden underbelly of America's "stuffy conservative" culture is seething with craven hedonism.
Adult Friend Finder, however, is slightly more tame than Eroticy.com, which pushes the limits of expression by including links to truly weird stuff like adult oriented animation and web-cam shows.
Eroticy caters more readily to fetishes and experimentation, while AFF is more focused on its members' self-expression and finding kindred spirits.
To be a member, it costs money, and there are social rules that must be followed.
These sites create a socio-sexual educational curriculum for those who either fear that they may do something wrong, or who do things wrong but think they know what they are doing.
There are many surveys and polls on both sites that tell alot about what people like and don't like, so it is important that these sites not simply be dismissed as Internet pornography.
Pornography is exploition through depiction of exploitation, where the party or person being depicted (is/are) being depicted in a manner against his or her wishes, either through obvious ignorance of being captured on a medium (clandestine surveilance), or through proven mental inability to agree to be depicted because of missing information used in the process of making a decision or agreement to such activity (including age, mental defect, or deception).
Anyhow, that definition beats the Supreme Court Justice who said "I'll know it when I see it."
at 7:13 AM
Thursday, September 21, 2006
I wanted to buy a thousand copies of George Orwell's book 1984, to give out at local high schools, because that book by now must be banned from public schools. But to my astonishment, I don't need to do that. Just visit the following web site!
at 8:13 PM
Friday, August 25, 2006
I found a mouse option in control panels that will save your wrists if you fear Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
It's a little hard to get used to at first because you lose track of the cursor, but it is definitely well worth it.
Go to Start > Control Panel > Mouse
It's under the "Pointer Options" tab.
at 6:08 AM
Wednesday, August 23, 2006
The public is under the impression that university campuses are no place for the old bachelor, but that is not necessarily true. A Bachelor should always be a good patron of the local arts, and the first highly respectable place to become known as a bachelor and a patron of good culture is the local university theatre and art program.
Sangamon Auditorium in Springfield, Illinois is a good place to start. They don’t openly advertise for patronage because that would have a negative impact on their prestige, and certain other patrons are very selective with regard to their social associations.
It is important to carefully cultivate one’s image in a university situation. This means literally making small-talk.
There are many meanings behind the term “small-talk.” University type small-talk is 75% listening, perhaps 90% for those of you who are entering the social arena for the first time.
For example, tonight is the UIS Chancellor's First Week Picnic on the campus quad next to Sangamon Auditorium from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
If you miss the event, you may want to check the schedule for more events at the following link:
You may need a reservation because there may be a limited amount of food prepared for the event. It would be respectable to crash the event and not eat anything unless you are certain there will be food to be thrown out later. It would also be respectable to not drink anything but water.
at 10:30 AM
Sunday, July 30, 2006
|Here at Bachelor Times, our motto is "we won't hook you up, but we will get you off the couch." We bachelors have resigned ourselves to a life of single living, perhaps through no fault of our own, but there comes a time when you look around and realize that you are truly free.|
Freedom from an institutionalized and economically influenced burden of debt and obligation. Freedom from a litany of rituals and forced posturing. We do what we want, whenever we want.
at 4:46 PM