@leeniedo Thanks, lee... can your new detective agency be far behind?
Daniel's Twitter feed is full of nude self-pics and gifs, a few admirer pics -- plus, he's a super nice, down-to-earth guy.
@lololulu19 There's only so much explanatory text one can put on a road sign before the type size becomes too small to be impactful.
In choosing their message, the creators likely went on the assumption that people (since childhood) understand shaded ground -- asphalt or otherwise -- is cooler; and that the sign numbers reflect a "warm-weather, sunny day, exposed asphalt" location.
As well, air temperature IS a critical factor. All other conditions being equal, find some exposed asphalt and stand barefoot on a sunny day when the thermometer is at 70 degrees, and later that week again, when a heat wave sends the air temperature to 95 degrees. Quite the difference.
@raphjd I've never seen that type of sign before, but being a cat person, I don't get to the dog parks or other popular pooch destinations. The numbers are alarming!
It would be great if animal welfare groups -- be it ASPCA, PETA, Humane Societies, whatever -- would lobby cities and counties to require these signs at dog-friendly recreation areas.
Perhaps they could aim for state legislatures and the governors' desks -- unless we'd be taking away citizens' god-given rights to burn their pets' paws, of course.
@eobox91103 Occasionally my brain is incapacitated, and at this moment I'm whiffing on the method to engage you via sending on Messages. Could you send a "test" over, as I know it will allow for a reply.
And as a very brief and tangential return to topic, there's a unique Lutheran church in Midtown NYC you must see on you next visit. The church owned the mega-desirable plot of land, and sold it to Citibank for a gleaming tower, with the stipulation it could construct a church in the basement. The architects did a great job with skylights that allow you to peer down or up, as the case might be.
The congregation was not particularly friendly at my one and only service, requested for my mom's visit, lol.
@eobox91103 Well, your Lutheran tidbits got me motivated to see where the Evangelical branch of the Lutheran church (and their trans bishop) stood on issues compared to the Missouri Synod.
Despite the initial scariness of the word evangelical, this group deserves kudos for the progressive position they have staked out:
The comparison chart of Missouri turned my tummy -- they are practically in line with the fundies in Baptist and similar retrograde orbits.
Is your pastor friend hot and available? Not that -- as an atheist -- I have a clergy thing, of course.
@eobox91103 Oh, but let's digress a little more, Brother!
I have quietly noted (with agreement) your remarks about the connection between the Forum redesign and the drying up of nearly all Boards. The only ones that have actually thrived are the "Who Is This" type of endless porn requests, and the vainglorious, notorious P&D.
I'm afraid enough time has passed to consider this the "new normal." So I have very little left to contribute -- I'm not going to take the time to develop longer, thoughtful replies for boards where it might garner 20 views in a week.
Unless some of the "visibility ideas" you proposed are implemented, these boards are well into a death spiral, I fear. And the topics that will remain active are those supporting the porn torrents. It was nice while it lasted.
To return to something of a religious nature, I have many Episcopal friends here in NYC and they are indeed proud of the inclusivity.
On the contrary, my family belonged to the Lutheran Church (in America's) Missouri Synod -- the most conservative, you will not see trans bishops or pastors at the pulpit anytime soon!
I was raised Lutheran, so why not make note of this event:
Curious if any Lutherans (born or current) are reading this Religion & Philosophy board?
Traffic here v-e-r-y s-l-o-w since the redesign, I'm afraid.
Members who only give each other points in this game, which is child's play, and also undermines the tradition of giving points for replies of substance -- not whether they prefer pink or purple,
Members who have enough self-esteem to not pad their numbers in this manner?
@amd11 For me, this lived up to the hype, particularly getting separate videos from both fan sites, for a total of 77 minutes between the two features.
I would have won money betting that Ray would have the extended version at 45 minutes, lol.
All my thoughts about production quality were answered -- this sex session is equivalent (or better) than most of what's currently produced under the big studios.
Lots of POV (mostly Konnor and that scary, wonderful tool). All other angles, plenty of close-ups. Perhaps most important, they are clearly enjoying it all -- they "click."
It's a how-to manual for other porn actors to self-produce videos of true quality. Thanks, amd, for keeping us aware of every promo clip, up to today's spectacle.
@flowering823 Kudos on getting this far. Gee, 1996 -- a real long shot, finding the photo spread or the entire mag on the Internet today.
If you have time to spend, a lot of the guys who "liked" Ryohsuke have their own favorite pic collections under their own names. Hours of treasure hunting, lol.
(It's a sick green -- https://www.crayola.com/explore-colors/inchworm.aspx )
Christ, I hope you get that guy's name, and of course, that someone has the magazine for upload.
He has the perfect face, build and body hair. Of course, if it's an older magazine, there's a lower chance he will get totally nude, but I'd be happy simply with MORE, lol. Good luck with the search!