Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Monday, February 20, 2017

Paddled In School

We are spending a few weeks in Florida before we head west for the year. As much as we pay for an on-ramp while traveling, posts should go on as usual.

Many of us have a fascination with school paddling's. It make no difference if we were paddled in school or not. 

Here is pro one that is rather realistic. You might go in brave, but after a few licks, the paddle won.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Political Saturday

Since Bacall and I do not lean left, I think I will post political stuff here on Saturday's in partial rebuttal to all the idiot crap we see all week.

I am trying to adopt Scalia's POV that some very good people have some very bad views. But, I don't have the mind or personality that gentleman had. Not by a long shot.

More serious. It amazes us to see the rainbow folks advocating for the Islamist agenda. They must be clueless that Islamist throw gay's off buildings.

This an article on how Islamists cater to liberals to gain their own agenda.

Happy Thought:
If California takes the John Calhoun route and succeeds, libtards will be backbenchers for a long time.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Bacall In Vicksburg

It was a HS graduation present, an Avon hairbrush, used on her bottom this day. Doesn't she look cute in her plaid skirt? The drapes are crica 1865.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Men Getting The Wood

After we both had a good time the other morning with Bacall toasting my backside, I thought I would share some pictures with you.

It's strange, but I like it, If only they could afford a real bed.

What a windup. That's going to burn.

I have always had a thing for women who don't need a panty girdle wearing one. He may have one on also? 

How I like it and how Bacall gives it

This works even better with one paddling and another stroking

For those who like maternal

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Here in flyover country, the heartland, the land of the deplorables

Why Flyover Country is Fated to Lead

Geography has blessed the Midwest and Western states with a richness of forests and agricultural lands and a cornucopia of iron, coal, gold and hydrocarbon deposits, not to mention “more miles of navigable inland waterways than the rest of the world combined.” The river network cinches the interior together like laces on a shoe, and the Mississippi River connects America’s heartland to the Atlantic world and to the harbors along the Eastern coastline. Meanwhile, railroads and highways weave Americans into a patchwork quilt, an assemblage more enduring than the multiculturalists’ tapestry of grievance and identity. “Americans are a great people not only because of their democracy and their Protestant creed, but also because of where they happen to live.”



By Robert D. Kaplan

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

My Bright Eyed Masochist

Bacall says somethings that amuse me greatly. I seldom remember them, but this was short and wrote it down before I forgot it. We were getting dressed and I snapped my belt. I knew it would get her attention. It never fails.

She commented that a girl could hear that and jump on a bed.

She Is My Bright Eyed Masochist

Monday, February 6, 2017