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!

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Your Nightly Briefing

From: Boy Culture
Anthony Salamone poses for Pablo-Chester in this transfixing behind-the-scenes video...

Just Because...

Sign Language

Favorite Pic of the Day for April 22nd

Stefan by Ben Octavius

Dave Holmes Flashes Back to the Insane, Riveting Battle of the Network Stars

From: Vulture
1981 Tom Selleck in a Speedo.
They don’t allow chests like his on television anymore, and we’re poorer for it.

Favorite Sports Guy of the Day: April 22, 2008

 Greg Bird
From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Greg Bird (born 2 October 1984) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Gold Coast Titans of the National Rugby League. An Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative lock or second-row forward, Bird previously played for the NRL's Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, and the Catalans Dragons of Super League.

 Born in Newcastle, New South Wales, Bird played junior football for the Maitland Pumpkin Pickers before being signed by the Newcastle Knights. He played for the Knights' Harold Matthews and SG Ball teams before being signed by the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. In 2001, while playing for Rutherford Technology High School, Bird was selected for the Australian Schoolboys team team and captained the side.

A Totally Scientific Ranking Of 24 Male Athletes Turned Underwear Models

From: Buzz Feed
Australian Cricketer Mitchell Johnson

I still don’t know what cricket is, and at this point, I don’t care.

Favorite Pic of The Day for April 22, 2008

Classic Television - Weekdays

Captain Chesapeake
Original Run
 April 1971 -1990
Original Channel
 (Baltimore, Maryland)
Captain Chesapeake was a morning and afternoon children's show on WBFF (channel 45) in Baltimore, Maryland hosted by George A. Lewis (born November 24, 1926; died December 18, 2000 at Lutherville-Timonium, Maryland) who portrayed "Captain Chesapeake". The show aired from April 1971 until 1990. Lewis hosted a similar show, Captain Pitt on WPTT (channel 22) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (which is now WPMY and is owned and operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., the same group that owns and operates Baltimore's WBFF). Lewis began his career as the children's host of the Steamboat Bill and Mr. Cartoon shows on WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia, from 1957 until 1970. Lewis also acted as "Ghost Host" on WBFF's late night horror movie show, and did news on WBFF prior to 1988.

Children in Baltimore could become "crew members" on the show.

The Captain Chesapeake show began with the poem: "A shipwrecked sailor found himself in a plight. Lost at sea he was really a sight. He swam and swam 'til he thought he'd die, when a wondrous sight appeared to his eye. A derelict boat that saved his life and put an end to his watery strife."

The theme song was the Bob Crosby tune "Stumbling" by The Three Suns. This theme was played from a 33 rpm at 45 rpm speed.

30 Hottest Male Celebrities Steaming Up Instagram

From: Queerty

Anderson Cooper
Consider the quintessential silver fox’s account a professional name-dropping service. He posts the occasional cutesy photo, but mostly uses it as a star-studded selfie feed.

Ends Of The World


From: Manhunt Daily
Córdoba, Capital Department, Cordoba, Argentina
no busco no espero
no busco no espero

2013 Hot 100

From: The Backlot

BORN: September 14th, 1989 (age 23) Auckland, New Zealand
HEIGHT: 5’8 (1.73 m)
PARTNER: Danielle Cormack (spouse)

The adorable, sexy, sensitive Nasir was the yin to the aggressive Agron’s yang. And he could seriously rock a loincloth.



From: Manhunt Daily
London, London, England
Hey! Spanish here enjoying the life in london!!
up to friends, fun, dates and who knows..


From: Manhunt Daily
Verdun, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Sexy guy looking for real fun / Abierto a todas personas. si al pnp
- Looking for a pnp buddy. All safe, no BB and HIV neg.

- No busco el amor instantáneo ni el hombre ideal, solo busco conocer gente y pasarmelo bien, fiesta de vez en cuando.... (con tema mejor) 
- Looking for fun & whatever.. I´m masculine guy 5"9, 184lb, built body. Not looking for hangups, relationships, instant love etc, that stuff comes in time.. just safe fun (HIV neg. so looking for the same)

Why You Should Be Totally Obsessed With British TV Hunk Dan Osborne

From: Buzz Feed

 Taking off his trunks and throwing them across the room.

Academy Award for Best Picture

An American in Paris
Release date
November 11, 1951
Gene Kelly
Leslie Caron
Oscar Levant
Georges Guétary
Nina Foch
An American in Paris is a 1951 American musical film inspired by the 1928 orchestral composition by George Gershwin. Starring Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant, Georges Guétary, and Nina Foch, the film is set in Paris, and was directed by Vincente Minnelli from a script by Alan Jay Lerner. The music is by George Gershwin, with lyrics by his brother Ira, with additional music by Saul Chaplin, the music director.

The story of the film is interspersed with dance numbers choreographed by Gene Kelly and set to Gershwin's music. Songs and music include "I Got Rhythm", "I'll Build A Stairway to Paradise", " 'S Wonderful", and "Our Love is Here to Stay". The climax of the film is "The American in Paris" ballet, a 16 minute dance featuring Kelly and Caron set to Gershwin's An American in Paris. The ballet alone cost more than $500,000.


From: Manhunt Daily
Maylands, Western Australia, Australia
Under Construction....
Studying MSc of Geology, Work as both a Geologist and a DBA. 

Pretty relaxed kinda guy most of the time. Have been told im a bit of an old soul, seem to be a bit more mature than other guys my age. Not looking for anything in particular just taking things as they come. Up for friends/fun/FB/BF​/LTR...Whatever.

​Am getting into health and fitness, Gym a fair bit and like to keep active. Love the beach and getting outdoors (if anyone is up for hiking Bluff Knoll one weekend hit me up). Into my gaming (PC/Xbox), avid gin drinker and terrible dancer but i do it anyway :P

Like things mild to wild, i can be both sub and dom. Like masc guys who look after themselves, Beards, Body hair and a bit of muscle (enough to use your pecs and a pillow) are a big plus :D 

Take a look at my intos and u will get a picture of the things i like doing, i do like the hardcore stuff, but also love being cuddled and spooned and all that lovey boyfriend crap.

Am up for a relationship, i do like dating, finding a mix of Boyfriend/Dom would be awesome.

A Brief History of 'Same Love'

From: OUT
Same-Sex Weddings at Grammys
Rapper Macklemore, singers Mary Lambert and Madonna, musician Ryan Lewis, and Queen Latifah perform onstage during the 56th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. There was a wedding ceremony for 33 couples onstage, some of them same-sex couples.

14 Most Notable Celebrity Dongs

From: Buzz Feed
Vincent Gallo 
Brown Bunny

A Definitive Ranking Of Boston Red Sox Facial Hair

From: Buzz Feed
Mike Napoli
And on the 8th day God bestowed Mike Napoli with the facial hair. ” — Genesis: 2:4

Even More Funny, Freaky, Filthy M4M Craigslist Ads

From: Queerty

 Let the costumed NYPD officer show you the latest in Stop n Frisk

test your co-ordination with new field sobriety techniques

as well as check your blood alcohol level using the new sucking the tube instead of blowing into it

looking for in shape bad guys looking to have some creative fun

guys under 45 send your mug shot to see if you are on the wanted list

PS as expected cuffs and night stick are not part of this promotion

Art History’s 10 Best Alternative Male Nudes

From: Artnet News
Fernando BoteroAbu Ghraib 43 (2005).
Courtesy Marlborough Gallery.
The Columbian artist best known for his sculptures of endearingly curvy men, women, and animals tackled some uncharacteristically prickly subject matter in 2005 when he created a brutal series of paintings and drawings responding to the vile actions of US military offices at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison. “They may not be masterpieces, but that may not matter,” the New York Times‘s Roberta Smith wrote when Marlborough Gallery showed the works the following year. “They are among Mr. Botero’s best work, and in an art world where responses to the Iraq war have been scarce—literal or obscure—they stand out."

Classic Television - Weekdays

Channel 3 Clubhouse
Original Run
1955 - 1985
Original Channel
WMMT (then WKZO)
(Kalamazoo, Michigan)
Pretty much everyone’s heard of Bozo and Captain Kangaroo. Outside of West Michigan, Channel 3 Clubhouse is unknown.

It lasted from 1955 to 1985. It included a host (which include ove the years; Jackie Fitzgerald, Fran Harding and Cynthia Kay, who is shown in this post), puppets (Nigel and Lambert the lion), a crowd of local children, games and  cuts to cartoons.

Morning Wood

Happy Birthday today April 22nd

Happy 61st Mr. Bond, Steve Bond
Steve Bond (born April 22, 1953) is an Israeli American television actor and model.

Bond was born Shlomo Goldberg in Haifa, Israel of a Romanian-born mother and a Hungarian-born father who had emigrated to Israel. He was a child actor who starred in Tarzan and the Jungle Boy, a 1968 release. He recreated himself in America in the early 1980s after doing his mandatory military service for the state of Israel. He became a daytime television actor on General Hospital. In 1984 Bond posed bare-chested for a pin-up wall poster.

He married in 1982 and had a daughter. In 1989, he joined the cast of daytime drama Santa Barbara as Mack Blake where he stayed for one year only. Later, he starred as a seductive but evil vampire in the movies To Die For (1989 film) and Son of Darkness: To Die For 2 (1991).

1988 marked the year of Bond's breakthrough on to the Big Screen in his acclaimed theatrical role as Travis Abilene in the Andy Sidaris classic "Picasso Trigger."

Safety Harness Bulge

From: Queer Click

 Do you think there were those who didn't even take a glimpse of that?


Gym Bulge

From: Queer Click
 He looks rather sexcited!

Eh! I’ll gladly go into the forest more often if I keep bumping into these kind of things! ;)

Duke: Self-Portrait. 10.24.13.

Long Haired Twink

The Joys of Low Hangers

Bubble Butt

safety 1st—safety shoes and safety vest!

Dave Holmes Flashes Back to the Insane, Riveting Battle of the Network Stars

From: Vulture
The dark side of the dunk tank.
Despite a deep bench of young beauties, including both significant early-’80s Heathers (Locklear and Thomas), Marc Singer (flawless in a Speedo, incidentally) selects Brenda Vaccaro, slumming at the time on short-lived prime-time soap Paper Dolls. Brenda was in her early 40s at the time, therefore invisible to Howard Cosell, who gives her this unforgettable honorific: “BRENDA VACCARO: A REMARKABLE WOMAN.” After much effort and obvious panic, she takes her seat in the tank, remaining clothed head to toe, sneakers and all. “It’s like Let’s Make a Deal,” she screams. (It is? In what way?) The spectating Network Stars (James B. Sikking! Michael J. Fox! Kim Fields!) react in exactly the way the campers do to Catskills comic Alan Shemper at the end of Wet Hot American Summer. After her inevitable dunking, she emerges from the tank flustered and short of breath, panting a simple request to the assembled crowd: “I’d like to just rest for a minute. Anybody got a martini?” Like spectators at this outdoor event would just have a martini. “Oh, sure, I’m glad you asked. I have a spare martini right here in my bag.” What are you even talking about, you remarkable woman? (I give this whole sequence bonus points for using Huey Lewis and the News’s “If This Is It” in the instant replay.)

Fun fact: I used to live a few doors down from Marc Singer, on one of those narrow, winding Hollywood Hills streets where the residents drive much too fast. Each morning, he and his golden retriever would go for a run, and despite the numerous sniff-worthy distractions and the oblivious drivers, he trusted the dog to stay at his side. No leash. And the dog did. Marc Singer is the actual Beastmaster, is what I’m saying. - Dave Holmes

James Grimes - Athletic Model Guild

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