HELP
FORUMS
Seduction4Two    Posts: 17091
Last 100 Displayed

As Ferguson Burns
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > As Ferguson Burns       11-26-2014 17:34 PM
I too see this as a political topic. No matter how you slice it. I prefer to keep politics where so many in these fora are "refusing" to go.
Read a good book lately
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Read a good book lately       11-26-2014 14:35 PM
Things That Matter, Charles Krauthammer
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-26-2014 14:23 PM
Sheesh people! It *ain't* rocket science. Clits are like uncircumcised penises. Pull the hood back and there it is. What's there to look for? Place your mouth over the protrusion above the urethra.
WTF
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > WTF       11-26-2014 14:16 PM
Correction: Opinions are like hemorrhoids. Almost every asshole has one!
Happy Thanksgiving to our Likeminded friends who are on right now! We hope you are surrounded by family and friends during the holiday filled with much laughter and love!
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Happy Thanksgiving to our Likeminded friends who are on right now! We hope you are surrounded by family and friends during the holiday filled with much laughter and love!       11-26-2014 10:31 AM
O-M-G!
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-26-2014 07:44 AM
King = Kung Fucking autocorrect.
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-26-2014 07:40 AM
A better question is, does a guy with a big shmeezel orgasm more and harder?! Does a junior sized shtooper not cum as much, not as intensely?
As Ferguson Burns
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > As Ferguson Burns       11-26-2014 07:36 AM
Ok...I need to be more blunt, subtly failed. Have you ever seen educated, well to do people rioting and looting in similar situations? If you have not, why do you suppose not?
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-26-2014 07:32 AM
HT: tomorrow we're hosting 42 people for Thanksgiving. I am cooking everything. Thankfully, I don't have to serve or clean up afterwards. I am especially excited about friends who I haven't seen since college, who are in NYC for the holidays from Johannesburg.
Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes       11-26-2014 07:18 AM
Racist but very, very funny. From Facebook: "Remember how white people rioted after OJ's acquittal? Neither do I!"
Is 'hot date' post successful?
FORUMS > Successful Swinging > Finding Playmates > Is 'hot date' post successful?       11-26-2014 07:02 AM
Why not? From my perspective, Hot Dates reeks of desperation. We prefer to meet people who do not seem desperate.
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-25-2014 19:59 PM
I have no idea where the misconception that a large clit is an easier or more frequent orgasm make. Who comes up with this non sense?
Thanksgiving is here, what are you thankful for?
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Thanksgiving is here, what are you thankful for?       11-25-2014 19:52 PM
I'm thankful for our two wonderful boys, our dogs, cat and fish. Thankful for our parents still being alive and doing reasonably well. Thankful for our chosen career paths, which regardless of circumstances, give us a home of our dreams and a city that we still can't believe that we live in. Most importantly, thankful that after almost 3 decades of.beimg.together I'm more in love today than I was when I said I do. I am genuinely fortunate.
Songs that make you HOT!!!
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Songs that make you HOT!!!       11-25-2014 19:30 PM
Yes to November Rain ... that video is hawt....
Photos
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Photos       11-25-2014 18:38 PM
Someone said dood photos.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-25-2014 18:36 PM
Time After Time - Cindi Lauper.
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-25-2014 18:34 PM
Drunken Monkey is a king fu style dating back to the Ming Dynasty. It's a beautiful art form.
As Ferguson Burns
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > As Ferguson Burns       11-25-2014 18:29 PM
What do you suppose this discussion should be if not under politics? The rioters are rioting because?...
Hagel out as Sec. Of Defense
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Hagel out as Sec. Of Defense       11-25-2014 12:11 PM
He was fired yesterday. He needs to learn to control his mouth. Old news.
Ferguson
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Ferguson       11-24-2014 22:05 PM
Why not? they went in front of the UN, now they can try to milk the system, a little more time in the limelight!
Ferguson
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Ferguson       11-24-2014 21:30 PM
Are you watching the live footage? The *rioting* has commenced. What's wrong with people?!
Ferguson
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Ferguson       11-24-2014 21:27 PM
Ouch...Boy am I happy I don't live in Ferguson.
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:26 PM
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-UT) “@RepChrisStewart: The deadline for negitiations w iran today. I fear the prez will plan into their hands & extend deadline. We need leadership not weakness.” Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference John Thune (R-SD) “After continued unsuccessful talks and repeated extensions while Iran continues to enrich, it is increasingly evident that the administration is unable to secure a deal that will force Iran to fully suspend its enrichment program. Any agreement allowing Iran to maintain significant nuclear enrichment capabilities will likely prompt neighboring countries to pursue nuclear enrichment programs of their own, increasing tensions in an already volatile region and further threatening the security of our ally Israel. “Given the fact that it’s been a year since the original six-month interim agreement, it is time for the Senate to take action on the bipartisan Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act to impose additional sanctions on Iran.”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:25 PM
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) “Every time President Obama and Secretary Kerry fail to meet deadlines in Iranian nuclear negotiations, we learn of more concessions given to Iran and are less certain that a deal will end Iran’s nuclear ambitions. This is absolutely unacceptable and will only make Americans less safe and endanger our friends and allies abroad. “Iran is a recognized state sponsor of terror and one of the most dangerous actors in the world. The Obama administration cannot break the law and circumvent Congress to lift Iranian sanctions—the one tool that has actually proven to work in hindering Iran’s quest for a nuclear weapon. “President Obama’s recent actions that circumvent Congress and the rule of law are extremely reckless and create greater risk and insecurity for America. President Obama needs to end his Congressional runaround and work with Congress to end Iran’s nuclear threat."
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:25 PM
Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) “Over the past year, the Administration’s nuclear negotiations with Iran have proved a complete failure. Iran’s economy is steadily rebounding thanks to billions in economic sanctions relief, as investors and companies worldwide prepare to reenter the Iranian market. Meanwhile, Iran’s nuclear program is moving forward undeterred as its centrifuges continue to spin and international inspectors are still routinely denied access to its most critical nuclear and military facilities. Extending these ill-conceived negotiations for another six months will only buy the mullahs more time to develop a nuclear weapons capability. We must redouble our commitment to stopping—not containing—Iran’s dangerous quest for nuclear weapons. This vanity project is a desperate attempt by President Obama to find a foreign policy legacy, but it runs a tremendous risk to the United States and the world. It’s time we stop this nonsensical process and reinstate the crippling economic sanctions that brought the radical Iranian regime to the negotiating table in the first place.” House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) “Better an extension than a bad agreement that at one point looked like it might be coming. But if Iran hasn’t been able to make difficult choices over the past year, there is little reason to think that the Supreme Leader will see it differently over the next few months. “One thing that could change Tehran’s resistance to agreeing to a meaningful and effective agreement to keep it from developing a nuclear weapon is more economic pressure. Since the beginning of these negotiations, the Administration aggressively opposed Congressional attempts to give our negotiators more leverage with added sanctions, to go into force should negotiations fail. We’ll never know if that prospect would have made a difference over the past 12 months. But we do know that talks haven’t succeeded without more pressure. “This seven month extension should be used to tighten the economic vice on Tehran – already suffering from falling energy prices - to force the concessions that Iran has been resisting. “Seven months of more talks tells me that the negotiators aren’t close to agreement. Unfortunately, time is on Tehran’s side as it continues its research and development of centrifuges. “Congress now must hear from Administration officials as why this extension is justified.”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:25 PM
Rep. Tom Price (R-MI) “@RepTomPrice: With extension of nuclear talks, #Iran buys time to avoid accountability. An increase in sanctions is most appropriate, prudent response.” House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Middle East and North Africa Chairman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) “The latest nuclear extension by the P5+1 defies logic because it illustrates that Iran is not serious about completely abandoning its nuclear program and only cares about gaining more access to funds to continue all of its nefarious activities. This is just a stalling tactic by the Iranian regime, and the Obama Administration and P5+1 have fallen for it hook, line and sinker. “There is no justification for offering an extension to the regime, in exchange for the status quo from Iran and its promise to continue with the negotiations. The regime never had any intention of reaching an agreement, and Rouhani has again bought Iran the time, and more importantly, the sanctions relief it needs, to improve its economy and advance its nuclear program. This extension is nothing but folly, and the Administration has failed to understand that the objective is to prevent Iran from ever acquiring a nuclear weapon and to dismantle and destroy its nuclear infrastructure, not simply pushing back its breakout time. “The Obama administration should realize that the Iranians are not serious about these talks and should abandon the negotiations and with the Republicans in control of both the House and Senate come January, it’s time that we roll up our sleeves and get to work to pass new sanctions on the Iranian regime.
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:24 PM
Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) “Extending these negotiations without imposing new sanctions or additional penalties on Iran shows the complete failure of Obama’s foreign policy. The President continues to bend over backwards to work with the Iranians, while giving the cold shoulder to our allies like Israel. Extending the negotiations allows Iran to continue to advance their nuclear program, their ballistic missile program and their support for terrorism. The new Congress should impose new sanctions in January, as sanctions seem to be the only thing that Iran actually responds to. The Obama Administration is being duped and needs to wake up and start holding Iran accountable.”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:23 PM
Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE) “This is further evidence that Iran is not under enough pressure to reach a deal,” Fischer said. “Additional measures are necessary to penalize the regime for violating its international obligations in relentlessly pursuing its nuclear ambitions. While we all wish to see a negotiated deal, it is clear that this is unlikely, under the current circumstances. I hope the senate will strengthen the hands of our negotiators with additional sanctions next year." Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and John McCain (R-AZ) "One of the most important issues facing our nation and the world at large is how to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapons capability. While we strongly support diplomatic efforts to achieve a lasting, verifiable agreement with Iran that permanently ends Iran's nuclear weapons program, we must avoid negotiating a deal that puts the security of the United States or our allies at risk and fails to address Iran's decades-long history of cheating and subterfuge. "It is clear to us that Iranian insistence on having an enrichment program is problematic, and we fear it could lead to a repeat of the mistakes we made with North Korea. Years ago, the international community allowed North Korea a small nuclear program which was to be controlled and monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Unfortunately, the inspectors were thrown out and North Korea was able to develop and test nuclear weapons. We cannot repeat the same mistakes when it comes to the Iranian nuclear program. "A bad deal with Iran will start a nuclear arms race in the Middle East as Sunni Arab states will not allow Iran to hold a nuclear sword over their heads without responding in kind. In addition, a nuclear-capable Iran represents an existential threat to our strongest ally in the region, Israel, as well as to our own national security, given Iran's record of sharing military technology with terrorist organizations. "We have supported the economic sanctions, passed by Congress and signed into law by the president, in addition to sanctions placed on Iran by the international community. These sanctions have had a negative impact on the Iranian economy and are one of the chief reasons the Iranians are now at the negotiating table. However, we believe this latest extension of talks should be coupled with increased sanctions and a requirement that any final deal between Iran and the United States be sent to Congress for approval. Every Member of Congress should have the opportunity to review the final deal and vote on this major foreign policy decision. "If the P5+1 negotiates a good deal which successfully dismantles Iran's nuclear weapons program, it will receive an overwhelming vote in support. However, if it sets the stage for the creation of another North Korea, we will vote against it and expect Congress to reject it. "When it comes to the Iranian nuclear ambitions, we strongly believe the most prudent policy would be to verify, verify, verify....never trust." Sen. Mark Kirk (R-IL) “@SenatorKirk: Congress will NOT give #Iran more time to build a #NuclearBomb. //bloom.bg/15eSgBj cc: @SenatorMenendez”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:21 PM
Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL) “@VernBuchanan: Let us not forget #Iran’s track record and be fooled by hollow verbal gestures from a regime desperately seeking sanctions relief.” Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL) “It is far past time the United States abandon nuclear talks with Iran and move forward with new sanctions. For over a year now, Secretary of State Kerry has attempted to work out a deal with Iran but very little progress has been made. It seems that Iran is only interested in continuing the talks to buy time while they expand their nuclear capabilities. For the United States, continuing these talks is nothing more than the Obama administration trying to save face from yet another foreign policy failure. “I strongly believe preventing a nuclear Iran is one of the most important national security priorities of our time, but these talks are proving useless. We should move forward with crippling sanctions that leave Iran with no choice but to abandon their nuclear program. In my work on the House Armed Services Committee, I will continue to advocate for harsher sanctions and an end to this failed attempt at diplomacy. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) “The extension of the deadline to come to an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program further illustrates Iran’s lack of good faith in these negotiations. Instead of agreeing to an extension that allows Iran to run the clock, the United States should immediately impose tighter sanctions to demonstrate to Iran and the world that we are serious about holding Iran accountable for its continued noncompliance. Thus far, the United States has received little benefit from these delayed negotiations, while Iran has enjoyed the significant easing of its economic sanctions. It’s time for the United States to pull out of these talks and start negotiating on our own terms from a position of strength.” Senate Foreign Relations Committee Ranking Member Bob Corker (R-TN) “Since the beginning, I have been concerned about a series of rolling extensions becoming the norm and reducing our leverage. However, I would rather the administration continue to negotiate than agree to a bad deal that would only create more instability in the region and around the world,” said Corker. “With so much riding on these talks for the security of our nation and that of the region, Congress must have the opportunity to weigh in before implementation of any final agreement and begin preparing alternatives, including tougher sanctions, should negotiations fail.” Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) “@RepDeSantis: A 7 month extension for 'negotiations' will provide Iran with billions in sanctions relief & will give them time to achieve nuclear goals.”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:20 PM
House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Adam Smith (D-WA) “While I had hoped that we would have been able to reach a final deal, I support the extension of the interim deal that maintains a freeze on Iran’s nuclear program and makes progress towards a final deal. The President has made it abundantly clear through his words as well as his actions, that under his leadership the United States will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. I firmly support that goal, which is why I support the extension of negotiations. During negotiations, Iran’s nuclear program will remain frozen and the painful sanctions will stay in place. The extension keeps the pressure on Iran. “It is clear that sanctions are having an effect, and that the economic impact has brought Iran to the negotiating table in a real way. We should continue to pursue this path and not forget that the President has assembled a rare level of international cooperation. The European Union has put in place forceful sanctions. China, India and South Korea are all cutting back on oil purchases from Iran or making it harder for Iran to profit. The world has united to isolate the Iranian regime, which cannot be lost on those making decisions in Tehran. We should allow the time and space to see if negotiations can work. “We must also remember that negotiations are difficult, and they require significant effort from all sides. The issues are complicated and politically sensitive for all parties involved. Moreover, any potential deal must be lasting, enforceable and achieve the desired outcomes. Forcing an outcome that falls short of our goals or walking away from negotiations at this point in time would not be wise.” Chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee John Barrasso (R-WY) “The Iranians are only offering the American people more broken promises and instability in the Middle East. The negotiating table has become a symbol of deception and inaction. “Now the Iranians want even more time to talk – and the President has unwisely offered it. His decision undercuts his promise that he would not negotiate indefinitely. A year ago, he told us that sanctions relief provided to Iran would be ‘limited’ and ‘temporary.’ And in his 2014 State of the Union Address, President Obama promised he would be ‘the first to call for more sanctions’ if Iran failed to complete an agreement. “Instead of endless discussion, we need security. President Obama should immediately call on Congress to impose increased sanctions on Iran before the end of the year. We stand ready to increase sanctions and stop Iran from building a nuclear weapon.” Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) “At this point, all an extension does is leave open the possibility this administration will make additional concessions to an Iranian regime that has not agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program. Every day these negotiations go on is another day this administration fails to address Iran’s role as lead state sponsor of terrorism with an abysmal human rights record and no interest in a strong, stable Iraq. Instead of giving Iran more flexibility, we should be holding this regime accountable for the threat it poses to the region and our allies.” Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) “While it is better to continue negotiations than to capitulate to a bad deal, I can’t help but believe these ongoing extensions are nothing more than delay tactics by a regime that has no desire to abandon its nuclear ambitions. If the Iranian regime can continue to get sanction relief with no end in sight and no effort on its part, then this is the fruitless endeavor we predicted it to be at the onset. We must ensure that the Iranians are negotiating in good faith and in order to do that, all options must be on the table, including tough sanctions that make the regime listen”
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:20 PM
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) “I am disappointed that the parties to the Joint Plan of Action nuclear negotiations were unable to reach an agreement by today’s deadline, but I support the decision to continue these talks until July 1, 2015. I will work with my colleagues to see that nothing is done to impede the negotiations as they continue. “I remain committed to preventing Iran from developing and fielding a nuclear weapon. We have seen meaningful progress since the Joint Plan of Action was agreed to in November 2013. Under this plan, Iran has downblended and stopped production of 20% enriched uranium, halted work on its Arak hard water facility, and allowed daily inspections of its enrichment facilities. None of these achievements would be in place without the Joint Plan of Action, and we shouldn’t abandon this progress today. I will continue to monitor these critical negotiations over coming months, and I look forward to the unveiling of a political framework by March 1, 2015.” Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) “After one year of negotiations, a final accord to limit Iran’s nuclear program remains elusive. With this second extension, a disturbing pattern has emerged, one that provides the Iranian regime too much breathing room on sanctions while allowing it to continue to enrich uranium. “President Obama misspoke yesterday when he told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos: “The good news is that the interim deal that we entered into has definitely stopped Iran’s nuclear program from advancing...” "Throughout the interim deal, Iran's centrifuges have been spinning at full speed, enlarging Iran's dangerous stockpile of enriched uranium oxide. ... “With each passing day, Iran’s centrifuges continue to spin and its economy improves. “I am disappointed that we have been required to pay again for an extension that was necessary due to Iranian intransigence. Over the 7 months of this extension, Iran will continue to enjoy access to approximately $700 million per month in funds that have been effectively frozen in foreign bank accounts. “The IAEA investigation into Iran's weapons development program has been stonewalled by the Iranians, further demonstrating that Iran will not be honest with the international community and has been, and continues to be, set on developing nuclear weapons. “We should work to pass tough sanctions now, and these sanctions should go into effect immediately. In the months ahead, if the President submits a final agreement to Congress to verifiably and permanently end Iran’s nuclear weapons program in return for sanctions relief, it should receive immediate consideration by Congress. “I am certain that Congress would approve a good agreement. And I am certain that immediate strong new sanctions give us the best opportunity to negotiate a good agreement. Modest sanctions have achieved modest results. It’s clear now we need strong sanctions to achieve a good deal.
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 21:17 PM
Members of Congress Respond to Extension of Iran Nuclear Talks: Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) “I support this extension because it maintains a strong sanctions regime, keeps Iran’s program frozen in place and subject to rigorous inspections, and continues talks toward a peaceful end to Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons, which is in the best interests of America and the world.” Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) “Sufficient progress has been made in the negotiations between the P5+1 powers and Iran to justify an extension. I support the decision to continue negotiations as these talks are the only way to peacefully ensure Iran never obtains a nuclear weapon. “Our biting sanctions remain in place and Iran’s economy continues to be weakened. Since last November, Iran has lived up to its obligations under the interim agreement and its nuclear program has not only been frozen, it has been reversed. Today, Iran is further away from acquiring a nuclear weapon than before negotiations began. “I urge my colleagues in Washington to be patient, carefully evaluate the progress achieved thus far and provide U.S. negotiators the time and space they need to succeed. A collapse of the talks is counter to U.S. interests and would further destabilize an already-volatile region.” Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) “While I am disappointed the P5+1 missed today’s deadline to reach a comprehensive agreement with Iran on its nuclear program, I believe the extension announced today is better than the alternatives: an inadequate agreement that fails to sufficiently curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions, or a complete collapse of negotiations. The Joint Plan of Action has proved to be a successful interim measure, and I believe some extension is appropriate to allow time and space for further negotiations. Moving forward, I expect to see demonstrable progress toward a robust deal that blocks all potential pathways to a bomb and lays out a comprehensive inspections and verification regime, with no ambiguity on the consequences should Iran cheat.” Sen. Angus King (I-ME) “The threat of a nuclear armed Iran is real and unacceptable. That is why I support Secretary Kerry and our P5+1 partners in their endeavor to achieve this important – and historic – goal to ensure Iran can never develop nuclear weapon capability. Our national security and the security in the region hinges on the success of these negotiations,” said Senator King. “While the announcement of another extension is disappointing, I look forward to hearing the details of the extension from Administration officials to determine if we are on the right path to achieving our objectives. The stakes couldn’t be higher, but the issues are complex. I encourage our negotiators to stay at the table and explore every pathway to an acceptable resolution.” Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-MI) “I support the decision to extend nuclear talks with Iran. To this point, the interim agreement reached a year ago has been a net plus as it has maintained the tough sanctions regime, limited Iran’s uranium enrichment and provided inspectors with expanded access to Iran’s nuclear facilities. The extension keeps that interim agreement in place while negotiations continue. But our goal is and should be a comprehensive agreement that ensures Iran does not build a nuclear weapon, and because such an agreement is apparently within reach, it is in the interests of the United States and our partners in this endeavor to pursue it. “This extension demonstrates the international community’s strong desire to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. We and our allies will be more secure with such a comprehensive agreement in hand.”
Is 'hot date' post successful?
FORUMS > Successful Swinging > Finding Playmates > Is 'hot date' post successful?       11-24-2014 20:37 PM
Don't know, wouldn't dream of posting in hot date.
Feminism's trivial bullshit-Hirsi Ali
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Feminism's trivial bullshit-Hirsi Ali       11-24-2014 20:31 PM
Hirsi Ali was a speaker at one of my company's events. She's a very interesting woman. p.s. There is no such thing as Somalian. It's Somali.
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-24-2014 17:17 PM
As I predicted. I was off by a month.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-23-2014 12:01 PM
The Boss - Diana Ross
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-23-2014 10:53 AM
I Never Can Say Goodbye - Gloria Gaynor
Iran
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Iran       11-23-2014 10:16 AM
Tomorrow is the deadline for the Iran nuclear P5+1 negotiations. Based on what transpired thus far I personally do not see a progress. I predict another extension, I'd say to about May 2015. Giving Iran more time to achieve its nuclear aspiration.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-23-2014 10:12 AM
Aqua Lung Man - Jethro Thull
Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes       11-22-2014 14:13 PM
What if you have a big clitoris?! Do you have more nerve endings?!
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-22-2014 10:32 AM
Del Rio is a personal friend, though I've lost contact with her 3 years ago. She has a huge clit. We used to call it dick jr. But as she got into body building her clit got even larger. We used to tease her about it hinting that she's on HGH but she kept denying it. I hope that she's well.
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-21-2014 18:50 PM
That's exactly what makes this entire kerfuffle hilarious. The irony. I'm a former trainer I used to charge around that. Didn't take me far :/. Ok off I trott. You folks behave ;)
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-21-2014 17:35 PM
BT I am holding you personally responsible for the cramp in my stomach. I can't stop laughing. My poor abs.
Just Wondering
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Just Wondering       11-21-2014 16:29 PM
Tomorrow we're attending a fund raising event organized by my company. In attendance will be several Senators and two Congressmen. I'm so excited. Tonight our friends are holding a wine tasting. I'm there not for the wine :). Sunday were heading to Brooklyn for a birthday party. Life is Good.
Read a good book lately
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Read a good book lately       11-21-2014 15:48 PM
Menachem Begin The Battle For Israel's Soul. Daniel Gordis
Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Quote of the Day - Meaningful, provocative and amusing quotes       11-21-2014 15:34 PM
We returned to the land of our ancestors not by virtue of might but by the virtue of right. -Menahem Begin
IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW       11-21-2014 14:24 PM
Lol, Dan. Priceless!!!!
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-21-2014 07:27 AM
HT: Friday.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-21-2014 07:05 AM
Thanks Frnz! We are well. Enjoying life to the max. You'll make one fine *granny* :).
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-20-2014 21:09 PM
Again, welcome back, it's wonderful to see ya, Frnz! Still maintain that this whole grandma is not my thing. Thankfully, it's no where in the near future for us ;). Delighted for you!
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-20-2014 21:06 PM
O-M-G! Frnz? how are you? LTNS! Welcome back!
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-20-2014 19:24 PM
Girls on Film - Duran Duran.
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-20-2014 18:52 PM
Exacto mundo. What's good for her should be good for him.
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-20-2014 16:20 PM
Dat'll teachya to practice your megels
Big clits
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > Big clits       11-20-2014 16:17 PM
Freeky, I fully agree that he was an idiot if he said such a terrible thing to you. Having said the above. I see nothing wrong with stating a preference for what one likes or is looking for, including a preference for the size of a clit that one desires.
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-20-2014 12:29 PM
Vouccus prattle! It is I who is the most popular babka on the internet. I have soooooo many emails in my *box* that instead of inbox it say Creambox!
How Much Did You Pay For Gas Today
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > How Much Did You Pay For Gas Today       11-20-2014 12:22 PM
We were there several times. Oahu for the most part. We were burning about $50 in gas every 24 hours or so. Lots of places to drive to.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-19-2014 18:29 PM
Waiting on a Friend - Rolling Stones.
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-19-2014 11:20 AM
Thanks Rabbit. Correction: New glasses. Everything is wrong about progressives...even glasses. :).
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-19-2014 10:37 AM
FB: Can't get used to my new glasses.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-19-2014 10:36 AM
Stupid Girl - Rolling Stones
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-19-2014 09:19 AM
Lying Eyes - ELO
are creampies taboo?
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > are creampies taboo?       11-18-2014 22:06 PM
*you should totally market that* Which shark do you suppose will invest in this "brilliance?"
are creampies taboo?
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > are creampies taboo?       11-18-2014 18:55 PM
Creampies have always been about doods emptying their sack into a vagina. If some dood wants to dine on the *gourmet* leftovers, I recommend that the cum recepticle (sp) squat, over a funnel that is in the recipient's mouth. This way the receiver doesn't miss a drop.
Advice to SM from the Ladies
FORUMS > Successful Swinging > Achieving Single Male Success > Advice to SM from the Ladies       11-18-2014 18:49 PM
I'm a woman and have zero desire to nurture. ..certainly not someone that I'll fuck for occasional recreation. I'm the fuck and get out kind of woman. I should have been born a dood.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-18-2014 18:41 PM
A Whole Lot of Love - Led Zeppelin
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-18-2014 13:43 PM
The Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-17-2014 18:38 PM
Try it on a desktop or a laptop.
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-17-2014 18:27 PM
FB: The pictures are getting progressively worse, now they're even smaller in size, and the arrows cover the entire photo. WTF?
Simple Pleasures
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Simple Pleasures       11-17-2014 15:43 PM
Jesus effin' Christ on a crutch, now I have to keep replaying the effin' Frozen song... thanks!
Fucking Bitchfest 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Fucking Bitchfest 2014       11-17-2014 15:20 PM
She used her condom which she made the 3 hour driver w.no condoms use. He didn't satisfy her. But a condom was used. As to risk, I PERSONALLY feel that singles in the swing community are riskier, even though there are plenty risky couples.
The conclusion
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > The conclusion       11-17-2014 13:38 PM
Huh! they had this story up on the front page on the HuffPo for only a few hours, before they changed it to their usual anti Israel news. Tell me, why is it more important to have the news that the EU is holding talks about sanctions against Israel on the front page, instead of the story about homeless children in America under the Obama administration? Liberalism, a disease!
Simple Pleasures
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Simple Pleasures       11-17-2014 13:35 PM
My dogs run into the community crate when I sing ;).
Advice to SM from the Ladies
FORUMS > Successful Swinging > Achieving Single Male Success > Advice to SM from the Ladies       11-17-2014 13:33 PM
Mr.Uriah, Is it possible that they were simply not interested, remember, non response is indeed a response. I never assume that everybody is into me simply because I think highly of myself. Just because they didn't respond doesn't make them a failure as single males, or losers or whatever the negative term that anyone wants to use to describe them. Mrs. Uriah is quite sexy and gorgeous and has no problems attracting good looking, able males, I'm sure.
Kudos posts that are worth sharing
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Kudos posts that are worth sharing       11-17-2014 13:07 PM
** But where I DO have a problem, is when single females get all upset and freak out on you when approached for "just sex". (*Not saying this pertains to the OP as I communicated with her privately and she's super nice and really seems to have her head in the right place.) It's like.... Look honey! You're on a site for swingers. Swingers have SEX. If you are NOT into sex, then WTH are you on here for?!? You're demanding to find the love of your life on essentially what is a hook-up site. Go over to Match or at least POF. ** From the women's fora. Most excellent post. It seems that every single one that we tackled, claimed to not want any strings, yet the actions were almost always contrary to the claim.
Simple Pleasures
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Simple Pleasures       11-17-2014 12:59 PM
SP: Cold and dreary enough for the fireplace. Cup of tea with honey.
are creampies taboo?
FORUMS > General Discussions > 3-Some > are creampies taboo?       11-17-2014 09:55 AM
At the end of the day, they're all strangers, and even with documentation no one knows the truth. They could have had unprotected sex between the test results and seeing you, the test results could have been inaccurate, faked, who knows. To me, the risk is simply not worth it.
Read a good book lately
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Read a good book lately       11-17-2014 09:43 AM
Like Dreamers - Yossi Klein Halevi The story of the Israeli paratroopers who reunited Jerusalem and divided a nation.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-17-2014 09:39 AM
Abracadabra - Steve Miller Band.
Can you byob on cruises?
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Can you byob on cruises?       11-16-2014 09:54 AM
You're allowed a limited amount. Like a bottle per room and wine only. Should you choose to take it with you to the dining room, you can. They will charge a *corking* fee.
Do you enjoy women who squirt
FORUMS > General Discussions > Men Talk > Do you enjoy women who squirt       11-15-2014 15:04 PM
It's stress incontinence. The weaker your pelvic muscles are, the more likely you are to leak during sex, exercise, coughing, laughing etc...especially after childbirth.
EACH OF US SHOULD SUE JONATHAN GRUBER FOR FRAUD FOR MONIES HE WAS PAID
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > EACH OF US SHOULD SUE JONATHAN GRUBER FOR FRAUD FOR MONIES HE WAS PAID       11-15-2014 14:41 PM
Bono lives, they lied to us, someone needs to let Cher know!
WTF
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > WTF       11-15-2014 14:39 PM
Hopefully as it nears the sun, the batteries can recharge.
Religion and Swinging
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Religion and Swinging       11-14-2014 18:36 PM
It's been beaten, resurrected, pounded to the umf degree, jerked off, dissected, glued back again and again, thrown in jail, buried, melted down, smithereened and even deboned. Yet it manages to return! I tellya fuggen Messiah!
IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW       11-14-2014 18:28 PM
Please clarify who "Natashia" is. I am not an expert. Certainly not on unemployment rates and how to interpret them. I didn't make statements about living at a time with the lowest unemployment rates, you made that statement. And it appears that you are backing away from it.
IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW       11-14-2014 17:25 PM
I asked first. When you answer, I'll answer you. I'm sure that you have amazing and vast knowledge on lowest unemployment rates you'll have no problems educating the rest of the political forum members. Please proceed.
IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > IS OWEBAMA-CARE SCREWING YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW       11-14-2014 17:00 PM
Does Obamacare solve underemployment? RDY2 made an announcement just two days ago that we are living in the best of times in practically non existent unemployment times. Yet when the word underemployment was defined for him, and several people provided evidence of such, dude bolted and went silent.
The conclusion
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > The conclusion       11-14-2014 16:28 PM
Please feel free to add your own conclusions these were from the top of my head.
The conclusion
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > The conclusion       11-14-2014 13:46 PM
* US Gov't takeover of a third of the economy (Healthcare) *Vastly expanded surveillance of citizens. * The documented abuse of the IRS as a tool to shut down political opposition. * questionably constitutional amnesty to fundamentally and permanently remake the US voting demographic to favor one party. * US government takeover of the single most important tool of free speech and information we have as well as the only real source of economic leadership the US still possess, the Internet. next person that tells me "both parties are the same" will be unceremoniously tossed into the idit bin. That is not to day a Republican president would not or has not done some truly fucked up shit. It is to simply point out that they would not have been 4 out of 5 of these things. P.s. the one they most likely would have done is the surveillance expansion.
The conclusion
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > The conclusion       11-14-2014 13:32 PM
So.... in 8 years we will have had....
Eric Frein: Terrorist or Revolutionary?
FORUMS > General Discussions > Politics > Eric Frein: Terrorist or Revolutionary?       11-14-2014 12:22 PM
Yes but see he lives at a time when we have the highest underemployment rates.
religion and the lifestyle
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > religion and the lifestyle       11-14-2014 11:17 AM
Bump
Catholicism:The perfection of religion - Sexus you asked for it so here it is! hehe
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Catholicism:The perfection of religion - Sexus you asked for it so here it is! hehe       11-14-2014 11:16 AM
Bump
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-14-2014 07:40 AM
Lol Jinx. Plants need a male and a female to reproduce. The pollinators. ..think of them as a single desperate male who'll fuck just about anything. It is a myth that eating unhealthy is cheaper. Eating selfishly costs the country billions in Healthcare alone, nevermind the other issues.
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-14-2014 07:11 AM
Eating healthy is by far cheaper than eating processed garbage.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-14-2014 07:08 AM
Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > HAPPY THOUGHTS 2014       11-13-2014 21:24 PM
HT: snowing.
I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > I love my music; ain't never gonna change my tune       11-13-2014 18:45 PM
Living Next Door to Alice - Smokie
Just Wondering
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Just Wondering       11-13-2014 16:17 PM
Is that a serious question? Lol
Just Wondering
FORUMS > General Discussions > Open Forum > Just Wondering       11-13-2014 15:16 PM
Exactly. That is precisely why I stressed that the only time when I want more is when the sex was not satisfying. When the sex is good the last thing that's on my mind afterwards is more sex. I cannot parse being horny after a great fuck session. And time has nothing to do with it. Fuck sessions don't need to last for hours to be great. In fact, I would not last for the sessions that some of you describe. I cannot imagine fucking for hours. I guess I suffer from SAD.