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We can talk here in private. We can make plans to meet.

Most of my posts are not to be taken literally. They are symbolic. An expression of creativity; poems, stories. Sometimes written in the first person.

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Flashback Friday!
Posted:Jan 1, 2020 9:54 am
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Flashback Friday!

I will continue update with new previously posted hot pics music and erotic stories. A partial list of previously posted erotic stories. Click the link to view the total list.

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Flashback Friday

The Club Chapter 5

The Club Chapter 4

The Club Chapter 3

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The Adventures of Dickman and Robin

The Cocksucker

The Melania Interview

The Voluptuous

The Voluptuous The Dinner Date

The Voluptuous The Beach

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The Adventures of Captain Rick Longwood and his Sub Commander, Alexia Pussaphilia

The Adventures of Brock Hardwood and Candy Ass

The Adventures of Brock Hardwood and Candy Ass
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Donald Trump
Posted:Jan 14, 2020 6:02 am
Last Updated:Apr 28, 2020 9:51 pm
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I will continue to update with new videos.

Coronavirus
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Donald Trump
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Donald Trump: cOMIC relief
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AOC
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Kim Iversen
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Don't you just love music!
Posted:Sep 18, 2020 4:07 pm
Last Updated:Sep 18, 2020 4:56 pm
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S.O.S. (Too Bad) · Aerosmith
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Donald Trump
Posted:Sep 18, 2020 7:19 am
Last Updated:Sep 18, 2020 7:25 am
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Donald Trump calls his own followers' disgusting people.

Source: Op-Ed

Ex-top White House coronavirus aide claims Donald Trump said 'maybe this COVID is a good thing, I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people' as she endorses Biden - but president claims 'I don't know her'

A former adviser to Vice President Mike Pence is encouraging Americans to vote for Democrat Joe Biden
Olivia Troye, Pence's former homeland security adviser, said in a video message that it was 'terrifying' working under President Donald Trump
Troye criticized Trump for downplaying the coronavirus crisis
'The truth is he doesn't actually care about anyone else but himself,' she says.
She said he called COVID a good thing because 'I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people'
Troye is the latest Republican to come out in support of Biden
The president said he had 'no idea' who Troye is
Said he 'never met her' to the best of his knowledge

The White House is trashing a former top homeland security aide to Vice President Mike Pence after she said President Donald Trump once suggested that COVID-19 might be a good thing because it would stop him from having to shake hands with 'disgusting people.'

Olivia Troye is the latest former member of the Trump administration to speak out against him and urge voters to deny him a second term – and also the latest to be branded 'disgruntled' by a White House that has become accustomed to taking fire from former insiders.

Troye served on the White House coronavirus task force, which Pence heads.

'I have no idea who she is, she doesn’t know me,' President Donald Trump said when asked about her while departing the White House for a campaign rally.

'I just heard about that, I don't know her. She worked for the vice president,' Trump said. 'I have no idea who she is,' Trump continued. 'I never met her, to the best of my knowledge,' he added.

Trump said Troye was 'let go,' and also says she wrote a 'beautiful letter,' a term has used for his exchange of gushing letters with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, despite not knowing her.

An official White House photograph showed them together in the Roosevelt Room on March 11 meeting healthcare executives.

Other White House officials claimed she was 'disgruntled,' after the lifelong Republican came out to endorse Democrat Joe Biden for president.

She joins a growing list that includes Miles Taylor, former chief of staff at the Department of Homeland Security, and former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

Troye, Pence's former homeland security adviser, says in a new video released Thursday by the group Republican Voters Against Trump that working for Trump was 'terrifying' and that he was more concerned about his reelection chances than about protecting the nation from the virus. She also said it was 'awful.'

'The truth is he doesn't actually care about anyone else but himself,' she says.

Troye alleges that, during one task force meeting that she attended, the president told the room that, ''Maybe this COVID thing is a good thing. I don´t like shaking hands with people. I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people.''

'Those disgusting people are the same people that he claims to care about. These are the people still going to his rallies today who have complete faith in who he is,' she says, insisting, 'If the president had taken this virus seriously, or if he had actually made an effort to tell how serious it was, he would have slowed the virus spread, he would have saved lives.'

Troye described herself as a lifelong 'John McCain Republican.'

'I have been a Republican for my entire life. I am a McCain Republican,' she said.

'I am a Bush Republican and I am voting for Joe Biden because I truly believe we are at a time of constitutional crisis. At this point, it is country over party.'

Source: Daily Mail


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the Cardinals win over the 49ers
Posted:Sep 17, 2020 5:55 am
Last Updated:Sep 17, 2020 4:54 pm
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The NFL NFC West I was impressed with the Cardinals win over the 49ers. Quarterback Murray scrambling out of the pocket for long yardage even scoring a touchdown. His connection with wide receiver Hopkins and their defense able to hold off the 49ers from a game-winning touchdown in the last minutes of the game. I was impressed with the Cardinals this week. I see them challenging the 49ers and the Seahawks for the number one or number two spot in their division. But of course, it is only the first week. So we will have to see how the Cardinals continue to perform. But they are on my radar for now.
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Coronavirus - aka the Trump virus
Posted:Sep 16, 2020 5:04 am
Last Updated:Sep 16, 2020 1:21 pm
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Yesterday the US 200,000 total deaths.

Source: Worldometer

Donald Trump continues his irresponsible behavior holding a rally in Henderson Nevada with Trump supporters not wearing masks. See photo. Also notice in photo how Trump supports seated behind Donald Trump were wearing masks. Again Donald Trump sending mixed messages to the American people. Protecting himself but not the crowd in front of him.

Source: Op-Ed

Trump Defends Indoor Rally, but Aides Express Concern

“I’m on a stage, and it’s very far away,” Mr. Trump said of the gathering on Sunday. His own campaign aides privately called the move a game of political Russian roulette.

WASHINGTON — President Trump and his campaign are defending his right to rally indoors, despite the private unease of aides who called it a game of political Russian roulette and growing concern that such gatherings could prolong the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’m on a stage, and it’s very far away,” Mr. Trump said in an interview with The Las Vegas Review-Journal on Monday, after thousands of his supporters gathered on Sunday night inside a manufacturing plant in a Las Vegas suburb, flouting a state directive limiting indoor gatherings to fewer than 50 people.

The president did not address health concerns about the rally attendees, a vast majority of whom did not wear masks or practice any social distancing. When it came to his own safety, he said, “I’m not at all concerned.”

The decision to hold a rally indoors, officials said, was something of a last resort for a campaign that had tried to procure five different outdoor locations. A Trump campaign official said they all faced pressure from state officials not to host the rally.

Xtreme Manufacturing, which finally agreed to host, immediately faced threats from the city of Henderson, Nev. Officials said in a letter made public that the city could charge a fine of $500 for every person over the state’s limit of 50 people and suspend or revoke Xtreme Manufacturing’s business license.

Mr. Trump had been defiant during the rally. “If the governor comes after you, which he shouldn’t be doing, I’ll be with you all the way,” he told the crowd . . .

Source: The New York Times


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I just want to sex crazy!
Posted:Sep 15, 2020 9:50 am
Last Updated:Sep 15, 2020 9:04 pm
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I've been talking this chick the phone feeling each other out feeling afraid just her with what I want so I finally said can I just get totally real with you?! She said yes! I said I just want to talk about sex drugs alcohol! Having as much sex as possible orgies as many people as possible I just want to sex crazy! Let's it! I said what you looking for baby are you looking for someone love you forever well that's not I'm maybe a friend I just want sex crazy!

Village Girls - it! (Official Video HD)
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I got down
Posted:Sep 14, 2020 12:37 pm
Last Updated:Sep 14, 2020 5:28 pm
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I remember
I met
this chick 
I was mean
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I was selfish 
she forgave me
I realized 
I didn't
deserve her 
I got down 
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I begged her 
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Donald Trump
Posted:Sep 14, 2020 10:24 am
Last Updated:Sep 15, 2020 3:21 am
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I've been trying figure it out. What's really going on with this Donald Trump and his sycophant followers? What are they really all about?  Why do they endorse police brutality and the murder of black people and all minorities and immigrants? I've been trying figure out what's going through their heads. Well, the answer is very scary!

In a nutshell! The quickest way solve a problem with another human being is simply kill it! Just kill it! And the problem is solved! As easy as that. Just take a gun and blow its head off. And the problem is solved. That's how Donald Trump thinks and his sycophant followers. That's how the police thin Why waste time bringing a person in for due process. Just kill it or beat the fuck out of it. Right there on the spot. You either kill it beat the fuck out of it arrest it or send it prison. That's how you solve problems with people you don't like. 

That's how Donald Trump thinks. That's how his sycophant Donald Trump followers think That's how police think That's how our government thinks. That's how a fascist nazi dictatorship thinks.

Whether you are a criminal or a peaceful protesters a journalist or just someone walking down the street if they disagree with you kill it beat the fuck out of it arrest it or throw it into prison! 

This is the future of our country if we do not stop it now!

Source: Op-Ed

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President Trump sits down with Judge Jeanine in exclusive interview

Nation Stunned After Trump Calls For More Extrajudicial Killings


‘There has to be retribution’: Trump openly endorses extrajudicial killings of suspects by law enforcement

Discussing the recent police killing of a self-described anti-fascist suspected of fatally shooting a far-right activist in Portland, Oregon, President Donald Trump openly endorsed extrajudicial executions in a Fox News interview Saturday, declaring that “there has to be retribution.”

“I put out, ‘When are you going to go get him?’ And the U.S. Marshals went in to get him,” the president told Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, referring to Michael Forest Reinoehl. “This guy was a violent criminal, and the U.S. Marshals killed him. And I’ll tell you something—that’s the way it has to be. There has to be retribution.”

Trump’s comments came days after an ordained minister who lives in an apartment complex near where Reinoehl was shot and killed by members of a law enforcement task force earlier this month in Lacey, Washington said it was not at all clear that Reinoehl was armed when police gunned him down.

As the Washington Post reported, the witness alleges that “Reinoehl was clutching a cellphone and eating a gummy worm as he walked to his car… That’s when officers opened fire without first announcing themselves or trying to arrest him.” The witness account contradicts the law enforcement narrative that Reinoehl “produced a firearm” when officers attempted to arrest him.

In VICE interview before he was killed by police, Reinoehl said he was acting in self-defense late last month when he fatally shot Aaron Danielson, a member of the far-right group Patriot Prayer.

Lawmakers and other observers immediately raised alarm at Trump’s celebration of the police killing of Reinoehl, which the president explicitly characterized as retaliatory.

“State violence to advance the end of ‘retribution’ is death squad logic,” tweeted Brian Beutler of Crooked Media.

Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) noted that “extrajudicial killings are something many Republican U.S. senators oppose if they happen outside of the United States.”

“But they won’t say anything about this,” Schatz added. “Every single member of the Senate who talks about the rule of law needs to speak up, or forever hold their peace.”

Source: Raw Story
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Sweet little baby pussy opening . . . Can I lick it!
Posted:Sep 11, 2020 10:21 am
Last Updated:Sep 12, 2020 11:28 am
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Don't you just love music!
Posted:Sep 11, 2020 9:27 am
Last Updated:Sep 12, 2020 11:22 am
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Village Girls - it! (Official Video HD)

Toni Basil "Hey Mickey" Music Video

To it is not simply hang out but get a fuck as well.
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Donald Trump
Posted:Sep 11, 2020 9:07 am
Last Updated:Sep 14, 2020 7:23 am
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Here we go again. Donald Trump being caught in a lie. But of course, Donald Trump will make up some lie to explain his lies and his followers will believe it. And of course, I will get comments from Trump supporters who will just call me names and insult me. And ignore the truth. 

Upon the release of his book Rage Bob Woodward editor at the Washington Post also released audiotaped interviews with Donald Trump. As early as February 7th Donald Trump knew the severity of the coronavirus but chose to downplay it. With the excuse, he didn't want to panic the American people. But his so-called panic excuse caused the death of tens of thousands all of them unnecessary if he would have just told the American people the truth. Donald Trump is a sociopath and doesn't care about the lives of the American people. He only cares about how it affects his own personal benefit.

Donald Trump stated that he realized the coronavirus was serious. It would kill 5% of the population as opposed to 1% or less. And stated he wanted to downplay it. And so he did. He lied to the American people causing untold death and spread of the virus. Donald Trump is responsible for causing the death of tens of thousands of people in the US. And should be thrown in prison for the rest of his life for manslaughter if not murder.

Source: Op-Ed

Trump’s Deliberate Coronavirus Deception


Bob Woodward’s tapes tell us something new about how the president lies.Recordings, real or rumored, have been a leitmotif of the Trump era.

There was the “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Donald Trump confessed to his proclivity for serial sexual assault. The fabled “pee tape,” the existence of which would have been pornographic proof of Russiagate, haunted the first few years of the Trump presidency.

James Comey hoped there were recordings of what he described as Trump’s mafia-like efforts to suborn him. (“Lordy, I hope there are tapes.”) Michael Cohen released a tape in which the president assented to a scheme to buy the silence of a former Playboy model he allegedly slept with. Omarosa Manigault Newman had a tape in which she and two other Black Trump staffers worried about the existence of another tape, which she claimed had caught Trump using the vilest of racial slurs. The actor Tom Arnold had a whole cable series about his search, ultimately fruitless, for incriminating Trump tapes.

Trump recordings loom so large because they offer the prospect of breaking through his alternative reality, of nailing down this most slippery and mendacious of presidents, of showing everyone who he really is. But even those that materialize are often quickly forgotten, as Trump’s approval rating stays low but stubbornly stable and one scandal is eclipsed by another. Our politics suffers no shortage of incontrovertible proof of Trump’s venality. What it lacks is accountability.

It’s possible, maybe even likely, that the famed journalist Bob Woodward’s utterly damning tapes of Trump discussing the coronavirus will fall into this same nothing-matters cycle. But decent people with public platforms should try to make sure that doesn’t happen.

It’s not just that these tapes reveal the president lying about the pandemic that has ravaged America on his watch. What’s shocking — even after more than three and a half numbing years — is the deliberate, willful nature of the lies. Unlike most Trump tapes, Woodward’s actually tell us something new about the president, rather than just confirming what we think we already know.
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Because Trump is a prodigious consumer of propaganda, as well as a creator of it, it’s not always clear how aware he is of spreading disinformation. People who’ve spent time with him often conclude that truth has no meaning for him. Woodward quoted Dan Coats, Trump’s former director of national intelligence, saying: “To him, a lie is not a lie. It’s just what he thinks. He doesn’t know the difference between the truth and a lie.” Trump creates for his supporters a carapace of malignant fantasy, but he often seems to live inside it with them.

Yet in recordings Woodward has released of Trump talking about the coronavirus — excerpts from interviews conducted for Woodward’s new book, “Rage” — the president doesn’t sound ignorant or deluded. Rather, he sounds uncommonly lucid. On Feb. 7, Trump described the virus as airborne and “more deadly than even your strenuous flus,” adding, “this is 5 percent versus 1 percent, or less than 1 percent.” It’s not clear whether Trump thought that Covid-19 had a 5 percent case fatality rate — a number that seemed plausible in February — but he clearly knew that compared with the flu, it was several times more likely to kill.

And yet he told the country just the opposite. “The percentage for the flu is under 1 percent,” Trump said on March 7. “But this could also be under 1 percent because many of the people that aren’t that sick don’t report.” Despite knowing that the virus was airborne, he mocked mask-wearing and held several large indoor rallies. He told Woodward in March that “plenty of young people” were getting sick, but over the summer would insist that 99 percent of cases were “totally harmless” and that are “almost immune.”
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We know now that this wasn’t just Trump being buffoonish and engaging in magical thinking. It was conscious deception. Publicly, Trump kept insisting that the virus would disappear. Privately, he told Woodward: “I wanted to always play it down. I still like playing it down, because I don’t want to create a panic.”

Of course, Trump usually loves creating panic — about immigrants, about antifa, about low-income people invading the suburbs. But there is one place he wants to maintain tranquility — in the financial markets. “Just stay calm, it will go away,” he said on March 10. “We want to protect our shipping industry, our cruise industry, cruise ships, we want to protect our airline industry.” He added, “A lot of good things are going to happen. The consumer is ready.”

And so Trump lied to the country about the calamity that would soon overtake it. His administration didn’t ramp up a national testing or contact-tracing program. He and his supporters pressured states to open up prematurely. A July Pew poll found that only 46 percent of Republicans and those who lean toward the Republican Party considered the coronavirus a major threat to public health, compared with 85 percent of Democrats and Democratic leaners. Trump could have made Republicans take the virus seriously. He chose not to.

Not long after attending the president’s June rally in Tulsa, Okla., the former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain died of Covid-19. In August, whoever is maintaining Cain’s Twitter account tweeted, “It looks like the virus is not as deadly as the mainstream media first made it out to be.” It was Trump who made such a cultish commitment to denying the lethality of Covid-19 into a sign of loyalty. And all the time, he knew better.

Trump supporters may not care that their president has knowingly endangered them, withholding potentially lifesaving information that he readily confided to an elite Washington journalist. But that doesn’t change the importance of what Woodward has captured on tape. It’s now clear that just because Trump is lying to us, that doesn’t mean he’s lying to himself.

Trump’s lies sabotaged efforts to contain the coronavirus, almost certainly leading to many more deaths than it would have caused under a minimally competent and non-sociopathic leader. On Sept. 9, there were 1,176 coronavirus deaths in the United States. In Canada, there were two.

When someone’s actions lead to the death of another, we evaluate that person’s intent and state of mind in order to assign the right measure of blame. When a president’s actions lead to the deaths of thousands, we should do the same.

Source: The New York Times
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