Foolishness since 2007

Foolishness since 2007
Foolishness since 2007

Saturday, December 30, 2017

The Look Of Liberals

Lots of words have been written about cutting the corporate tax rate. My choice would be no corporate tax. Who do you think really pays it? Clue, businesses just pass it along in their sales price.

Being angry screws with body chemistry and liberals seem to be in a perpetual state of anger.


It's no wonder that liberals are less attractive than conservatives.

Here is Senator Collins. She is elected as a Repulician, but one look and I know she leans left. Her voting records proves it. She is a prime example of a RINO. 

Now, look at the journalists. They don't look happy do they? They are right out of college. These are the folks writing the news. Months of experience.

This is Rose Marcario, the CEO of outdoor clothing giant Patagonia. One of the outdoor companies that ally with other outdoor companies to place public lands off-limits to common folk. Why? So they can sell their elite products to elite people to experience public lands in an elite way without the riff-raff. You would never confuse her look as conservative.

In the last century, there was a political party called the Know Nothings. The name had nothing to do with knowledge. Maybe now it does?

Friday, December 29, 2017

Year End Potpourri

This post to post images that interest me, but have no relationship to one another.

First a drawing sent to us by Brian. Thanks, we like interaction. It is by Constaine Razoumov. It was done in Paris. If you like it, Google his name, there are dozens more.

Now we move to New Zealand where they have all sorts of zany ways to decorate fences. This is one style.

I look at the background of pictures, just as much as the subject. See the sign for 15 cent dogs? That dates the picture as much as the lingerie.

We have never seen hose quite like these. We like them.

Did you get this present?

We have never seen any like these. She gets points for her points.
So spank me

In climbing aerobatics, she gets extra points.
We love Utah.

And In Closing

Happy New Year

Try an extra helping of kindness in 2018

Wednesday, December 27, 2017


Well, it's over for another year. I can return to posting pictures of delectable women.

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Spanking In A Winter Wonderland

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Spanking In A Winter Wonderland

Paddles ring, are you listening
On his knee, bottom's clenching
A beautiful sight, we're naughty tonight
Spanking in a winter wonderland.
Gone away are my panties
Want to play, I keep chanting
My bottom is bare
You can't touch me there
Spanking in a winter wonderland.
In the bedroom, we can build a fire.
I'll regret those bratty things I said.
You'll say I've been naughty, I'll say no sir!
You'll spank me 'til my bottom's crimson red!
Later on as you scold me
I will pout and you will hold me
Though it's a lie
I say I'll be nice

Spanking in a winter wonderland.

Composed by Charlie the Spankette, 1999

The performers

Bacall, Beth, Shari, Denise and the composer Charlie

Saturday, December 16, 2017

A Time For War

A Time for War

“To everything, there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven.”  That’s the beginning of a famous bible verse.   It’s a litany of life’s times and wonders that are dropped in our laps; weeping, laughing, dancing, healing. 
The last line purposely changes tone and says, “a time for war”.
Like it or not, this is that time.
Civil War.   

It’s here.  Now.  Thankfully this is not yet the blood in the streets kind of war, but war it is.  It’s a war for the soul of this country, it’s a war that will affect everyone; none will escape having to deal with it directly, or indirectly.
How did we get here?  It’s complicated.  But one thing for sure: what’s not complicated is who started this war, why, and who it is with.  During our lives, it was started by the hard left, and it’s a war to achieve power for them, for them to change the entire workings of our country.  They want to remake every institution they can, with themselves in control of as much as possible.  Power to them, belongs in the hands of their brilliant ideas, and their overwhelming moral superiority.   They believe this war is necessary in order to root out the injustice inherent in our country’s institutions and its tawdry citizenry.  
The war in its current form began in the sixties.  It was envisioned by the radicals in the SDS days, spurred by the luminaries of the Frankfurt School, furthered by the activities of Herbert Marcuse, Howard Zinn, Bill Ayers, and the leftist academic institutions we send our children to.  They have taken over institution after institution in a long, calculated preparation for this war.
First the universities.  Then Hollywood.  They took over the major media outlets such as the NY Times, the Washington Post, most journalism schools, all the major television networks, and most cable news outlets.  They took over our education system, down to kindergarten.  They have infiltrated our political parties, our government institutions, and our bureaucracies.  These already leaned left; now they fully took them over and want to force their ideas on us.  And they hate us.
I am not suggesting everything and everyone that takes part in any of these institutions is a hard leftist; what I am suggesting is the left has wrested control, to one degree or another, of all of them.  Some more than others, but all have been affected.
Examples of the current battles in the war:
Racialism, black lives matter, NFL kneeling, and the war on being white.
The new feminism, and the war on being male.
The new feminism, and the war on the unborn.
Turning sex into a cesspool.  Weinstein, Hollywood, preying on children, rampant unfaithfulness, broken families, transgenderism. 
Turning race baiting and sex allegation into weapons of mass destruction.
Environmental catastrophism. 
Health care control.
Spending our grandchildren’s money.
Allowing immigration to strangle what’s left of our institutions.
Pretending radical Islam is okay, but Judeo-Christian culture is not.
Teaching that socialism is just another form of government and not a failure.
Teaching that our country is inherently evil, and must be changed throughout.

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Got time for more?

I guess most of us have the idea that Sweden is an idyllic country. Maybe it was. Not anymore. Seems the fruits of immigration of the middle east types are 6,000 car bombings so far this year. 

Excerpt from the article:
The police warn that foreign criminals view Sweden as a most attractive country. If you steal something, the chances of being caught are almost zero. If you should be sentenced for a crime, you might spend only a short time in a comfortable prison. A lot of weapons are illegally circulating among criminal gangs, from pistols to hand grenades.

The whole article 

One Week in Sweden

Net Neutrality

The lies spread about Net Neutrality are causing panic. People think they will lose freedom of the Internet, free speech, and they claim it’s the end of democracy. The Obama administration did a great job of lying to Americans and convincing them government control of Broadband is a necessity.

As a result, the crazed are out threatening to kill him. “Today Ajit Pai took away our freedom of speech. Our freedom of information. Please, somebody, kill this man. Make it painful too,”

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Red Panty Days

Bacall started wearing red panties last Wednesday. She has enough to last through Christmas without washing. She expects to be paddled every day. Jeesh, a man gets no rest.

I only have two pair of red panties. We coordinated this morning and gave each other a few pops with the Santa spoon. (See below) We made a run to Costco and gave each other a few more pops when we got back. She was feeling bulletproof and kept her bottom sticking out and wiggling until I got her to the right temperature. She said she wanted to say "Is that all you got", but was able for once to keep it to herself.

After I wrote the above, Bacall decided she wanted to post.

It’s the Christmas season. Sometimes I have the Christmas Spirit and sometimes I don’t.  This year I have lots of Christmas Spirit. The den and dining room are decorated and the living room is in the process.  Cards are written and will be mailed Monday and the gifts are purchased.  I may even get around to wrapping them next week. And it’s cold and it snowed in the deep South last night.  It was wonderful to get up and see all the lawns covered in snows - not much but it’s such a rare occasion for us.

Another thing that helps me get in the Christmas Spirit is wearing red panties every day.  Bogey, bless his heart, has to give me paddle pops every day.  It’s a chore, but he puts forth great effort to make sure my bottom is nice and warm.  He has a pair of nice silk underwear with Santa climbing down the chimney.  That is a tradition also.  The one thing about all of this is the red paddle gets used.  It has been used for many years but has never gotten any softer.  It still has a major sting.  I don’t know why, but when I am bent over with my red panties, I start moving my bottom from side to side - harder to hit a moving target, right?  Sometimes I even sing a little and I feel feisty and today, I even said is that all you can do! Sometimes, my mouth overloads my fanny.

The 12 Days Of Christmas

We have been doing the 12 Days Of Christmas for decades. The first post I can find about it was in 2012.

Not being good Episcopalians, it was only a few years ago that we found out the 12 Days start after Christmas Day, not before.

The traditional Christian celebration of Christmas starts with The season of Advent on the fourth Sunday before Christmas, and for nearly a month Christians await the coming of Christ in a spirit of expectation, singing hymns of longing. Then, on December 25, Christmas Day itself ushers in 12 days of celebration, ending only on January 6 with the feast of the Epiphany.

We will do our 12 Days, quietly, after Christmas. Our Santa spoon is already hanging on the hearth. It will warm up two bottoms.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Paddle Owner's Manual

I was cleaning and tossing things in the office last week and discovered this. So I scanned it. A switchy woman that I played with for years wrote it.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Sexier Than Guess Her Muff - Redux

I did not have a post for today. So I thought I would have a little fun by misleading folks looking for muff pictures.

A post that gets more views than it deserves is a 2013 post titled Sexier Than Guess Her Muff. People Google 'Guess Her Muff' and wind up on a post which has no muffs. 😇😇  

Here's your muff for today.

The second most popular post this month has been about men being spanked by their Mother-In-Laws. It just popped to the top of the charts last week.

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Sex Slaves

A reader sent me this interesting link about slavery in general.

10 Lesser-known Facts about Slavery

I have said that Islam was founded on thievery and slavery. Have you any doubts of that an afternoon with the Koran will bring you around to my way of thinking. [Don't read explanations of what the Koran is supposed to say. Read the source] 

Sanctioned slavery is still practiced. Recall the school girls captured in Nigeria by Boko Haram a few years back? And the Yazidi women and girls who were taken captive, raped, sold and raped again and again. Both of these incidents got mainstream press.

How about boys as sex slaves? 

A "religion" that allows sexual slavery has no place in the western world.

The Taliban are using child sex slaves to mount crippling insider attacks on police in southern Afghanistan, exploiting the pervasive practice of "bacha bazi" -- pedophilic boy play -- to infiltrate security ranks.

The ancient custom is prevalent across Afghanistan, but nowhere does it seem as entrenched as in the province of Uruzgan, where "bacha bereesh" -- or boys without beards -- widely become objects of lustful attraction for powerful police commanders.

The Taliban over nearly two years have used them to mount a wave of Trojan Horse attacks -- at least six between January and April alone -- that have killed hundreds of policemen, according to security and judicial officials in the province.

"The Taliban are sending boys -- beautiful boys, handsome boys -- to penetrate checkpoints and kill, drug and poison policemen," said Ghulam Sakhi Rogh Lewanai, who was Uruzgan's police chief until he was removed in a security reshuffle in April amid worsening violence.

The insurgents are using boys as honey traps, said 21-year-old Matiullah, a policeman who was the only survivor of an insider attack in Dehrawud district in spring last year.

He said the attacker was the checkpoint commander's own sex slave, a teenager called Zabihullah. Late one night, he went on a shooting spree, killing seven policemen including the commander as they slept.

Horrifying abuse at checkpoints makes the boys, many unpaid and unregistered, hungry for revenge and easy prey for Taliban recruitment -- often because there is no other escape from exploitative commanders.

"To restore security in Uruzgan, we will first have to separate policemen from their bachas," one of the judges said.

"But if they are told to reform their ways, a common reply is: 'If you force me to abandon my boy lover, I will also abandon the checkpoint'. The Taliban are not blind to notice that this addiction is worse than opium."

- 'Male rape' -

Bacha bazi, which the US State Department has called a "culturally sanctioned form of male rape", peels away the masculine identity of boys in a society where the sexes are tightly segregated.

In conservative areas women are mostly invisible in public -- and often unattainable due to steep bride prices. Bachas supplant the role of women, adopting a feminine gait and sometimes wearing makeup and bells on their feet.

Many in Uruzgan see bacha bazi neither as pedophilia nor homosexuality, which is forbidden in Islam. If social norms had a pecking order, violating boys would be seen as far more ethical than violating women.

"Bacha bazi is pervasive sexual slavery of children, seen widely as a cultural practice and not a crime.” 

"Since it is mostly practiced by those in positions of power -- warlords, commanders, politicians -- it is hard to stamp out. It appears sustained partly by the fact that access to women is limited."

Insider attacks by child slaves have also been reported in recent years from neighboring Helmand and Kandahar provinces, where bacha bazi is prevalent.

But the tactic appears more deep-rooted in Uruzgan, where the boys are widely flaunted as a totem of affluence, with some officials openly displaying cellphone images of their "handsome bachas".

With a touch of kohl on his eyes, and bleached blond curly hair poking out of his embroidered hat, the boy sat in a corner of the checkpoint surrounded by opium farms, quietly refilling tea glasses for Naqibullah's guests.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Great Online Cookie Exchange Extravaganza

Why mess around with little cookies, when you can have a huge slice of gooey triple chocolate cake.


Triple chocolate - what could be wrong with this?

1 Duncan Hines Yellow Cake Mix (or Chocolate, or Fudge)
1 5.9 oz. Jello Instant Chocolate Pudding
4 eggs
3/4 c. water
1/4 c. Kahlua
1/4 c. Vodka
1 c. cooking oil
2 rounded TBs Cocoa
1/2 c. sugar

Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix all ingredients together.
Beat about 2 minutes at medium speed or until batter is smooth.
Pour into a large Bundt cake pan that has been greased (I use butter).
Bake @ 350 for 55-60 minutes.
Cool 10 minutes in pan.
Pour glaze over cake.

Mix the following in a cup with a pouring spout.
1/2 c. powdered sugar
2 rounded TBs cocoa
1/4 c. Kahlua

I have cut the Vodka used in the cake in half in the last few years as my taste has changed. 

It does not keep fresh long, so either have friends or an appetite.

No wine known to us goes well with it. So get sloshed first.

2017 Online Cookie Exchange Participants

selkie (recipe here)

Wednesday, December 6, 2017


 Bacall and I have been spanked in the same room, but never side-by-side.

Yeah, the wood stings through jeans

Monday, December 4, 2017

How Much Anonymity Do You Need?

I notice that in amateur spanking (and porn) pictures and clips, the woman's face is often shown. While a man's is usually hidden. In one picture the guy is wearing a ski mask. This seems to be the rule in amateur porn. There are numerous spanking blogs by women, but very few by men. [I am talking about blogs with words, not Tumblr sites] Women more frequently comment on spanking blogs than men and nearly always with a web persona, while men comment anonymously.

What do you think causes the disparity? Why do men feel the need to hide, while women can appear to be more open and still remain anonymous?

Our kinky email address, mybottomburns at gmail dot com, provides all the anonymity we need. No one will discover real names, home address, etc by corresponding with anyone using a Gmail address. It is just not possible.

You can maintain your anonymity posting comments with a Google, Wordpress, etc web persona identity.

I probably will not convert skeptics with this post. So be it. I tried.

Can You Trace an Email Address?
Yes and No. Depends on many factors. But, Gmail will ONLY trace back to Google IP addresses. 

Sometimes the initiating IP can be located and can be looked up to determine from where the message was sent. In the case of residentail use, the IP address location information DOES NOT contain your street name, house number, or phone number. The trace will most likely determine the city and the ISP the sender used. Beyond that, you would need a court order.

Location is even more difficult to trace from an email sent using a hot spot from a cell phone. 

Saturday, December 2, 2017

As Dictator

What Could Cause Mass Sexual Harassment?

Women may not be guilt free in all this. I am not referring to the usual BS about dressing to entice men, etc. No, something more obscure. 

First - The parade of women coming forward to accuse men of sexual harassment and worse is getting longer. Some men are cracked. They weren’t raised by actual wolves but something definitely went haywire somewhere. They see females as prey. I don't it's about sex, but about demonstrating power.

And the women are acting like prey. What happened to yelling STOP, a knee to the groin or the more effective punch or chop to the throat?

I realize that's a Catch 22 deal when the man has power over the woman's paycheck, but sometimes you have to take him on to protect others and your own dignity.

Second - Could women supporting guys like Weinstein and Anthony Weiner be part of the problem?

Culture says women touching male breasts is OK. I grew up with that. 

Third - Is porn contributing to the problem or is it just an indicator of lower morals? Dick pics seem ubiquitous as do spread vulva's. 

Female genital display is nothing new. European churches have them.
Sheela Na Gig

Fourth - Is it that too many men feel the rules no longer apply? Over a third of Americans feel that violence is acceptable to advance their chosen agenda.
 To wit Attifa. People on vacation tend to ignore the rules, as do many on Halloween.

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson had a bit of a hot take yesterday when she suggested that the women who were sexually abused by Harvey Weinstein might not have been victimized if they were just more careful with him.
Anderson spoke on Thursday, where she talked about the sexual abuse she had to overcome as a child. She went on to say that various figures made unscrupulous propositions to her when she first arrived in Hollywood, and it only took common sense to avoid getting involved in complicated situations.
“Don’t go into a hotel room alone. If someone answers the door in a bathrobe, leave,” said Anderson. “It was common knowledge that certain producers or certain people in Hollywood are people to avoid, privately. You know what you’re getting into if you’re going into a hotel room alone.”
When asked to talk about her previous interactions with Weinstein, Anderson said the mogul came off as “very intimidating” while working together in the past. She went on to say she was not surprised when Weinstein’s sex misconduct came to light since it was “common knowledge” for her.


As your Dictator

I don’t think we can get the country back on track without drastic action. The liberals have been screwing things up since TDR. So here is my plan. 

Day One:

Shut down all of the alphabet agencies. If any prove to be actually needed, we can open the doors again.

No federal taxes will be collected to fund state or local projects. Those projects deemed necessary can be done by the local governments. Need a bridge, pay for it locally. No more of the nonsense of sending money to DC and writing a grant to get it back. That allows for too much mischief.

The only federal tax shall be a percentage of current individual income. There will be no corporate, cap gains, dividend, death, excise, duties, etc. Everyone will know how much they pay. Everyone will know how much everyone else pays.

Public pensions shall be in line with private pensions for both payout and years of service. Military pensions will be comparable to all federal pensions.

The VA will be closed. All care will be done by private providers. The VA is nothing but a bureaucracy with a lot of incompetents waiting on their pensions.

Pensions will be provided to service personnel injured in combat, without respect to years of service.

Public unions are banned. Top public union leaders will be exiled to Kyrgyzstan.

No private union can mandate membership/dues as a employment condition.

Give the UN one month to pack and get out of the country. No more funding.

End funding to the IMF and the World Bank.

No impediments to free trade.

Term limits on all federal elective offices - 12 years max.

Day Two:

Robo dial phone numbers in every district. The first one to answer and presses '1' to indicate they will serve will be the congressperson. A new start. That's got to be better than what we have now.


Does Not Compute:

A math education professor at the University of Illinois says the ability to solve geometry and algebra problems and teaching such subjects perpetuates so-called white privilege.
Rochelle Gutierrez laid out her views on the subject in an article for a newly published anthology for math educators titled, “Building Support for Scholarly Practices in Mathematics Methods.”
“School mathematics curricula emphasizing terms like Pythagorean Theorem and pi perpetuate a perception that mathematics was largely developed by Greeks and other Europeans," she says, according to Campus Reform.


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