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!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014


From: The Gaily Grind
 In the hilarious short film “Coming Out Straight,” a young teenager experiences the many ignorant things parents tell their children when “coming out” of the closet.

Watch 16-year-old Peyton come out as “straight” to his two gays dads below:

Short by GreenLight FIlms and Humanity Pride Productions, starring Michael Billy And Jarl featuring David Charles.

Oklahoma Tea Party Candidate Endorses Stoning Gays

Local Oklahoma news site, Moore Monthly, discovered that Scott Esk, a conservative Christian Tea Party candidate running for the state House of Representatives, who professes to be pro-life, pro-gun and pro-family, is also pro-stoning gay people to death.

Oklahoma news channel KFOR reports that Rob Morris of Moore Monthly discovered Esk’s extremist views while researching political candidates, trying to put together information for the public. A friend tipped Morris to Esk, which lead him to dig into the candidate’s Facebook posts.

"This guy posted on Facebook that homosexuals should be stoned to death." Morris said. "My first response was you’re nuts, nobody would be stupid enough to do that." 

Boys Will Be Boys...

Classic Television - Prime Time

The Julie Andrews Hour
Original channel
Original run
1972 – 1973
Julie Andrews
Supporting cast
Rich Little
Alice Ghostley
Garrett Lewis
The Dick Williams Singers
Tony Charmoli
The Julie Andrews Hour is a television variety series starring Julie Andrews that was produced by ATV and distributed by ITC Entertainment. It aired on the ABC network in the United States.

In order to secure Andrews for the series, Sir Lew Grade and ABC offered her an extremely lucrative contract. In 1963, when another major star, Judy Garland, was signed to a weekly television variety series, it failed to catch on with the public. One of the main reasons for its demise was its constant change of format and the fact that critics and audiences felt that Garland was not shown off to her best advantage. In order to avoid that error, Andrews asked producer Nick Vanoff what the premise of the show would be about. Vanoff immediately answered her by saying "Julie Andrews...without Julie Andrews there is no 'Julie Andrews Hour'".

The show premiered on ABC Wednesday, September 13, 1972 at 10:00 P.M. ET to rave reviews. Unfortunately, its time slot proved to be daunting because it was up against the popular CBS detective series, Cannon. Another reason for the low ratings was that the lateness of the hour was not conducive to family viewing since children were in bed by that time. On Thanksgiving Eve, November 22, 1972, "The Julie Andrews Hour" devoted an entire episode saluting Walt Disney. To make it more of a "family special", ABC switched the time slot of "The Julie Andrews Hour" that night to 8:30 P.M. and The ABC Wednesday Movie Of The Week to 9:30 P.M. The ratings improved a little so ABC then made a decision to alternate Andrews' time period each week (one week it would be 10:00 P.M. and the next week, it would be 8:30 P.M.) This continued until January, 1973 when the series was moved to Saturday nights at 9:00 P.M. The ratings went from bad to worse as Andrews' chief competition was The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Bob Newhart Show (both highly rated series) on CBS. (Ironically, Moore had been Andrews' co-star in the 1967 hit film, Thoroughly Modern Millie.) "The Julie Andrews Hour" was finally canceled by ABC after its 24th episode in April, 1973.

Andrews was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress In A Leading Role — Musical Or Comedy Series for the show; she lost out to Jean Stapleton in All in the Family. The show went on to win seven Emmy Awards in 1973, (out of eight nominations) including the Outstanding Variety Musical Series award given to the show's producers, Nick Vanoff and William O. Harbach, and star.

As a consolation for all the awards her show received, ABC offered Andrews five variety specials which were produced in England also under the auspices of Lew Grade between 1973 and 1975. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, several edited episodes of The Julie Andrews Hour were shown on syndicated stations throughout the United States as "specials."

The Definite Ranking Of The Best Bulges In This World Cup

 And a special thank you to the Bulge Master who inspired this post:

Academy Award for Best Picture

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Release dates
December 1,  2003 
(Wellington premiere)
December 17, 2003 
(United Kingdom)
December 17, 2003 
(United States)
December 18, 2003
(New Zealand)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is a 2003 epic fantasy film directed by Peter Jackson based on the second and third volumes of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. It is the third and final installment in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, following The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) and The Two Towers (2002).

As Sauron launches the final stages of his conquest of Middle-earth, Gandalf the Wizard and ThΓ©oden King of Rohan rally their forces to help defend Gondor's capital Minas Tirith from the looming threat. Aragorn finally claims the throne of Gondor and, with the aid of Legolas the Elf and Gimli the Dwarf summons the Army of the Dead to help him defeat Sauron. Still, it comes down to the Hobbits, Frodo and Sam, to bear the burden of the One Ring and deal with the treachery of Gollum. After a long journey they finally arrive in the dangerous lands of Mordor, seeking to destroy the Ring in the place it was created, the volcanic fires of Mount Doom.

Released on 17 December 2003, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King received universal acclaim and became one of the greatest critical and box-office successes of all time, being only the second film to gross $1 billion worldwide, becoming the highest grossing film from New Line Cinema, as well as the biggest financial success for Time Warner in general, until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 surpassed The Return of the King's final gross in 2011. The film was the highest-grossing film of 2003.

Notably, it won all 11 Academy Awards for which it was nominated, therefore holding the record for highest Oscar sweep. The wins included the awards for Best Picture, the first and only time a fantasy film has done so; it was also the second sequel to win a Best Picture Oscar (following The Godfather Part II) and Best Director. The film is tied for largest number of Academy Awards won with Ben-Hur (1959) and Titanic (1997).

Just Because...


From: The Backlot

The 10 Best Movie Musicals Ever Made

From: The blot
Runner Up:
Oliver! is a 1968 British musical drama film directed by Carol Reed and based on the stage musical of the same name, with book, music and lyrics written by Lionel Bart. The screenplay was written by Vernon Harris.

Both the film and play are based on Charles Dickens' novel Oliver Twist. The film includes several musical numbers, including "Food, Glorious Food", "Consider Yourself", "As Long as He Needs Me", "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two" and "Where Is Love?".

Filmed in Shepperton Film Studio in Surrey, the film was a Romulus Films production and was distributed internationally by Columbia Pictures.

At the 41st Academy Awards in 1969, Oliver!, which had earlier been nominated for eleven Academy Awards, won six, including Awards for Best Picture, and Best Director for Carol Reed. At the 26th Golden Globe Awards the film won two Golden Globes for Best Film - Musical or Comedy, and Best Actor - Musical or Comedy for Ron Moody.

Classic Television - Prime Time

McMillan & Wife
Original channel
Original run
September 17, 1971 – April 24, 1977
Rock Hudson
Susan Saint James
McMillan & Wife is a lighthearted American police procedural that aired on NBC from September 17, 1971 to April 24, 1977. Starring Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James in the title roles, the series premiered in 90-minute episodes as part of the wheel series NBC Mystery Movie, in rotation with Columbo and McCloud. Initially airing on Wednesday night, the original line-up was shifted to Sundays in the second season, where it aired for the rest of its run. This was the first element to be created specially for the Mystery Movie strand.


"I couldn't help but showcase one of the YUMMIEST models of all time in today’s wallpaper. How can you look at this man and not fall in love, or at least in lust." -- Mac

Is this Josh Strickland?

From: Favorite Hunks and Other Things
A couple of sites have credited this shot as Josh.
Anyone have any more info? Nice butt show regardless...

Josh Strickland in Tarzan

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things


From: The Gaily Grind
 Fair warning, the following video may give you the weirdest boner ever.

A clarinet player decided to put on his favorite blue underwear and give a classic twerk before performing an upside down pole dance concert.

Just watch the video below and see for yourself:

But this is how you really twerk:

Favorite Pic of the Day for June 11th

Woody by Ryan Scott

Oh, Daddy!

From: kenneth in the (212)
Kohl's may not be where I buy clothes,
but their models are hotter than where I do!

Ex-Gay Dinner Party

A group of ex-gays gather for a dinner party and ring a little bell anytime they accidentally revert to their old ways.

8 NHL Hockey Players That Make Us Melt

From: NewNowNext
Sean Avery

The retired NHLer still keep himself in the headlines—whether it’s poo-pooing engagement rumors with bestie Andy Cohen, enrolling as a Vogue intern, posing provocatively for Terry Richardson or competing on the new season of Dancing with the Stars.

The former Ranger got in trouble for dropping an F-bomb, but has also shot a video supporting marriage equality in New York and is a proud member of Athlete Ally.


From: Manhunt Daily
 When I’m not otherwise occupied writing about cock sluts and jackhammer fucks, I enjoy taking my pants off and spending time with the only thing that provides me more consistent entertainment than my left hand—my television. I’ve recently became enamored with the new USA series Playing House, and there’s one particular exchange from the episode “Bird Bones” that I just can’t seem to get out of my head.

 One of the lead characters, Emma, is trying to pick someone off who’s hit rock bottom. She goes off on a list of reasons the other woman should feel fortunate, capping it off with, “And also? PS? Your body be bangin’.” Her words of encouragement are met with wide eyes and disbelief, “Really? You think my body be bangin’?” To which Emma matter-of-factly replies, “YES! Cause it does! It DOES be bangin’.”

 This dialogue has come up three times in my life over the past week—1) When I saw Colby Keller‘s body in this scene and had to publicly recognize that it does, indeed, be bangin’, 2) When I received compliments on my profile pics and responded with similar wide eyes and disbelief, and 3) When I set my eyes on Minneapolis-based Manhunt member beagle.

 Plain and simple? His body be bangin’. I’m waiting for this statement to backfire when one of you shady cum-wads tries to insist that his body does not be bangin’, so let me save you some time and energy by stating matter-of-factly that it does, it does be bangin’. End of discussion. I have dropped the microphone and walked away, because that’s what I heard you’re supposed to do in this sort of situation.

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

 open to all possibilities
born in jersey. nyc boy. now livin in minneapolis. 

will be back in nyc/nj 11/19-11/25

DR in a chair

Favorite Pic Series Of The Day: June 11, 2008

Santiago P
From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Santiago P from Empire Models!

Happy Birthday today June 11th

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Image from Allan Amato
 Not sure I have seen a cuter guy named Eugene. Happy 22nd to actor Eugene Simon

 Eugene Michael Simon (born 11 June 1992) is an English actor and fashion model best known for his roles as Jerome Clarke in the television series House of Anubis and Lancel Lannister in Game of Thrones.

 Simon went to prep school at St. Philip's in London and later attended Bryanston School and Downside School, boarding schools in the south of England.

This Incredible Pen Lets You Write In Any Color You See

From: io9

Sorry, Crayola. The Scribble Pen just became your stiffest competition, thanks to the 16-bit RGB color sensor inside it that can scan and replicate any color it detects. Now one single pen lets you draw essentially every color in the entire world.

The pen isn't available quite yet, but you can pre-order it here for $150, as well as a stylus version — which replicates the colors digitally, obviously — for only $80.
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