On this blog you I am going to share my world with you. What can you expect to find here -- First of all lots of sexy men, off all shapes and types, something for everyone, as I can find beauty in most men. You are going to find that I have a special fondness for Vintage Beefcake and Porn of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Also, I love the average guy, and if you want to see yourself on here, just let me know. Be as daring as you like, as long as you are of age, let me help you share it with the world! Also, you are going to find many of my points of views, on pop culture, politics and our changing world. Look to see posts about pop culture, politics, entertainment, sex, etc. There is not any subject that I find as something I won't discuss or offer my point of view. Most of all, I hope you are going to enjoy what I post. ENJOY!

Monday, April 29, 2013

Your Hunk of the Day: Edilson Nascimento

Edilson Nascimento for International Jock

Striking Posers: History's Hottest 100 Male Models

From:  Boy Culture
One to watch

Enrique Palacios 
(May 22, 1975—)

One of the most famous male models from Venezuela, Palacios has fronted campaigns for D&G, Armani, Tommy Hilfiger and many others. More than a spot on this list, Palacios deserves a medal for enduring a relationship with Naomi Campbell at one point.

Today In History

April 29, 1968
The controversial musical Hair opens on Broadway.

Briefs Guy

Joseph Weir

History's 150 Best TV Theme Songs:

From:  Boy Culture

"Theme from Electra Woman and Dyna Girl" by ?
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl 

Love that funky disco beat, which wouldn't have been out of place on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Can't believe I never knew Cyndi Lauper covered it in 2009 at the TV Land Awards.

Daily Package

Hangin’ Around With Joseph Weir
This Daily Package features model Joseph Weir, who hangs off the monkey bars in nothing but a pair of boxer briefs. Is Joseph working out here, or just fooling around on the playground? Either way, looks like fun, doesn't it?

History's Hottest TV Actors:

From:  Boy Culture
Just what the doctor ordered—no rubber gloves necessary

Patrick Dempsey 
Kinda on the young side for a dude who's been around forever, Dempsey first made an impact as a looker of a lad in '80's movie comedies, but has been a steady presence on TV. By the time he hit the jackpot with Grey's Anatomy, we were already pretty familiar with most parts of his—he felt like an old friend, or an old flame. McDreamy's at least as steamy as McSteamy, but it's not such a stretch that he's since played a version of McPrince Charming. Fast Times (1986), Once and Again (2000—2002), Grey's Anatomy (2005—)

Daily Package

Matt Waters is Red Hot
This Daily Package features the smokin’ hot Matt Waters giving a fiery smolder in semi-transparent white boxer briefs. Josep Bleu photographs the model flashing his jacked physique in this bright shot.

31 Hunks From '90s Bands Then And Now

From:  Buzz Feed
 John Wozniak, Marcy Playground

The "Sex and Candy" singer had that boyish cuteness and then this very deep voice, which all made for a very appealing mix.

John today

Ehhhhhhhhh... They can't ALL still be hot, I guess.

27 Indispensable Musical Performances In Non-Musical TV Shows

From:  Boy Culture
"Night After Night" from Laverne & Shirley

"Lenny & Squiggy" (David L. Lander and Michael McKean) killed with this hysterical send-up of '50's/'60's romance songs. The guys are singing to a knocked up girl, telling her all the reasons why, even though it would be the right thing to do to get married, they probably shouldn't.
"I'll treat you like a queen
Cuz you were 17
When your birthday rolled around
You let me go to down
Now I've lost my appetite
'Cuz even true love can be boring
Night after night."

Bad postcards of the week:

Welcome to Michigan, where our roads have never really been all that good
From:  The Grand Rapids Press
 So, apparently Michigan roads have always been bad.

I know this after picking up two glorious postcards at the Grand Rapids Book and Paper Show at Calvin College. There was a a dealer with several bins of 50-cent cards. I think other attendees were a little worried as I cackled with glee as my pile of purchases grew higher.

Amazingly, there wasn't just one card featuring the highway “Welcome to Michigan” signs. I found two!

The first shows some nice dark asphalt – right up until the Michigan sign, where it looks like splotchy concrete. Even the dirt on the shoulder is different!

Both signs read “Welcome to Michigan, water wonderland. Let’s go fishing.”

Now let’s look at the backs. The first reads: “Welcome to the Wolverine State” and lists some basic stats and facts.

The second card raises some questions. “Michigan – Water Wonderland. Fine highways and friendly people welcome you to the Michigan Water Wonderland. Clear blue water, soft sand and lots of sunshine become the vacationist.

Let’s break this down.

Fine highways.” Snort.

Friendly people.” My brother had a t-shirt with a drawing of a flaming skull that read “Welcome to Flint, where the weak are killed and eaten.” That’s simply untrue. We lived there for more than nine years, and never once saw anyone eaten. Then again, we never could figure out what was used in coney dog sauce.

Clear blue water and soft sand.” We've seen a lot of water in Grand Rapids this week. It was pretty brown and definitely not clear – and that’s probably a good thing. We’re not touching it for a long time.

Lots of sunshine beckon the vacationist.” Sunshine? What is this sunshine of which they speak? I have faint memories of sunshine. This should say “Occasional moments of sunshine.”

Of course, it could be worse. These “Welcome to Michigan” signs miss some opportunities to enlighten and inform interstate travelers.

For example, signs on US 23 and I-75 should say: “ You've just left Ohio. It’s OK to drive faster again.

Or, on I-94: “ You've just left Indiana. You survived Gary. Wow. We know. You can stop holding your breath.

Or, on US 45 and 41: “ You've left Wisconsin. It's unkind to compare football teams."

Help me, readers. What would the signs say at the Canadian border?

David… | Hot Ass Monday | Male Nude Photography

"Underwear at ankles.  Sometimes it’s fun to have guys lift their legs high…

I’m tired today.  Early early flight.  But it’s nice to be home with most of the day still left to enjoy.  Airplanes are such a marvel." -- Marlen Boro

Morning Wood

Just Because...

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Daily Package:

Nick Youngquest Plays Ball
As you might imagine, rugby player turned insanely hot model Nick Youngquest knows a thing or two about balls. In these briefs he lets your imagination have a break. We know it’s been working overtime, so really, you had it coming. 

Daily Package:

Parker Hurley Gives Good Stare

Parker Hurley is totally giving you the stare in this Daily Package, captured by photographer Jonathan Skow for Mr Turk. This shot gives a great view of all of Parker’s tattoos, as well as his trendy briefs. This model wears turquoise well, no? 

History's Hottest TV Actors:

From:  Boy Culture
Queen Latifah to the Grind host:
How much do they pay you to show your nipples?"
Eric Nies 
When this stud appeared on MTV's experimental-feeling Real World reality series, little did we know how persuasively adorable and annoying he would become, and how fully we would find ourselves inhabitating hopelessly smitten Julie's head as the two flirted up a storm to no great end. Nies was like a pre-"Joey Tribbiani," one of the ultimate '90's bodies in motion. He and his hot brother modeled, too. 
The Real World (1992), The Grind (1992), 
The Challenge (2002—2005), Confessions of a Teen Idol (2009)

Your Hunk of the Day: Scott Speedman

  Scott Speedman
Robert Scott Speedman (born September 1, 1975), better known as Scott Speedman, is a Canadian film and television actor. He is best known for playing Ben Covington in the coming-of-age drama television series Felicity and Lycan-Vampire hybrid Michael Corvin in the gothic horror-action Underworld films.

31 Hunks From '90s Bands Then And Now

From:  Buzz Feed
 Richard Patrick, Filter and Nine Inch Nails

Richard played guitar in Nine Inch Nails until 1993, when he left to form Filter. Filter was an angry hard rock band with hits like "Hey Man Nice Shot," and then they put out that schmaltzy "Take a Picture" song. But by then Richard didn't have a shaved head and looked pretty cute.

Richard today

He has two young kids and looks hotter now than in the '90's. It seems, just like many of us, he was victim to some bad fashion and hair choices back then. Today, I give you god-tier DILF status, Mr. Patrick.

27 Indispensable Musical Performances In Non-Musical TV Shows

From:  Boy Culture

"You Need Us" from Gilligan's Island 

Watching the ladies of Gilligan's Island perform as The Honey Bees, a kind of all-girl Beatles, never gets old. And speaking of old, "Lovey" (Natalie Schafer) was 65 when this episode was filmed, even though she had fibbed to her cast mates and was assumed to be a good deal younger (she was 13 years older than "Thurston"/Jim Backus). Their take on The Beatles (or The Mosquitoes, as they were represented in the episode) is earnest and literal, but those lyrics are funnier and more creative than most of the (nonetheless eternally enchanting) series.
"You need us
You need us
Like a clam needs a shell
Like a prisoner needs a cell
Like a ding-dong needs a bell."

Just Because...

Morning Wood

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Just Because...

Schoolhouse Rock!

"Ready or Not, Here I Come"
Original Air Date
February 3, 1973
It teaches about the multiplication of 5 through a game of hide and seek, in which the seeker counts by fives. This song was voted #16 on the 30th Anniversary DVD Top 25.

Lyrics to Ready or Not, Here I Come! :
Now everybody try to find a good hiding place. This ol' tree is going to be the base. I'm going to close my eyes and hide my face and count to a hundred by fives.
Ready? Go!

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100
Ready or not, here I come!

Apples, peaches, pumpkin pie
Who's not ready, holler "I" - ("I!")
Oh, all right, I'll count it again
But you better get hid, kid
Here we go

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 110, 115, 120

A bushel of wheat and a bushel of rye
Who's not hid, holler "I"
Twenty nickels makes a dollar!
I didn't hear anybody holler
Five times twenty is one hundred
Everybody got to be hid
All eyes open, here I come, whew!

Multiplying by five is a little like counting by five. In fact, if you counted along on your fingers as you counted out loud by fives, your fingers would tell you how many fives, you've got.

OK, let's count it together, now
Count on your fingers . . .
One finger for each count out loud . . .
Get set, ready? Go!

5, 10, 15, 20 - STOP!
You got four fingers, see, that means four times five is 20
Let's try another one
Get set, ready? Go!

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 - STOP!
Seven fingers . . . that's right
Seven times five is 35

Okay, let's try a longer one. Now when you run out of fingers, at 50 - you see, because ten times five is 50 - then start over with the same fingers and remember that you owe 10 . . . Get set, ready? Go!

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60 - STOP!
Ten and two, right?
That's twelve fingers
Twelve times five is 60
See how it works?

Now you may notice that if you multiply five by an even number, your product will end in zero; and if you multiply five by an odd number, your product will end in five.

OK, now let's do one more game of counting by fives on our fingers
This is a long one
Keep going
Get set, ready? Go!

5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85 - STOP!
Seventeen fingers
Look at that boy with seventeen fingers sticking up
How d'ya do that, kid?
Anyway, five times 17 is 85

See, that's three fives short of a hundred. If you had three more nickels, 15 cents, then added the 15 to the 85, you'd get a hundred, right?

Because five times 20 is 100
Everybody got to be hid!

It's 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100
Ready or not
Here I come!

Morning Wood...

Friday, April 26, 2013

Classic Television - Prime Time

The Good Guys

Original channel
Original run
September 25, 1968 – January 23, 1970

Bob Denver
Herb Edelman
Joyce Van Patten
Jack Perkins
The Good Guys is an American sitcom which aired on CBS from September 25, 1968 to January 23, 1970. 42 color episodes were filmed in all. As with The Governor & J.J. and Get Smart, it was produced by Talent Associates and CBS Productions CBS Television Studios also owns the rights to this program as well.

Just Because...

Dish of the Day #1141: We Like to Make Passes at Cute Guys with Glasses

Every Monday through Friday a new Dish of the Day is featured. Click here to vote for your three favorite Dishes in this week's Deep Dish Pool Party poll.

Hair Ball of the Day:

Meet Jon “Bones” Jones : Watch Video

Hold on to your seats gentlemen this is a smoking hot one!

In order to be a well-rounded fighter, Jon “Bones” Jones covers all disciplines of training. Watch as he trains to become a champion.Nikeprotraining

Who wants cake?

Since today is my birthday, I am blowing out the candles and looking for a great day!

Favorite Pic of the Day for April 25th

Ben by Island Male Graphics

NYC Fleet Week Canceled

The United States Navy says it will not send any ships next month and no additional sailors or Marines will head to the city for the annual Fleet Week celebration.
Cuts to the defense budget under the sequester are being blamed.

But a spokesperson says any Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard members who happen to be in the city will be allowed to take part in any local events that still take place.

City officials say Fleet Week was expected to generate about $20 million.

In a statement, the city said, "We understand the Navy’s budgetary limitations and hope that the Fleet Week tradition can continue in 2014."
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