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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, December 23, 2015
Redhead Sucks His Own Dick
This is for those of you who commented on the last clip I shared of a guy sucking his own dick. While that hottie purposely spit out his load, I think Prince Harry over here is trying to swallow—he just doesn't have the right amount of suction. Nonetheless, this gives me the tingles.
TV-movie pilot: December 14, 1970
Regular series: February 3, 1971 – March 10, 1971
The Psychiatrist is an American television series about a young psychiatrist with unorthodox methods of helping his patients. Roy Thinnes played the title role of Dr. James Whitman. Luther Adler co-starred as Dr. Bernard Altman, the older psychiatrist with whom Whitman worked. Two episodes of the short-lived series, "The Private World of Martin Dalton" and "Par for the Course," were directed by Steven Spielberg. The regular hour long series ran from February 3, 1971 to March 10 of the same year.
The pilot for the series, a made for TV movie called The Psychiatrist: God Bless the Children, aired on December 14, 1970. Actor Pete Duel was at the center of this 90 minute drama, as Casey Poe, a former drug addict who, after finishing a two year prison sentence, must battle his own personal demons, as well as the prejudices of others, in order to reenter society. Dr. Whitman is the psychiatrist who must break through Poe's resistance in order to help him form a new life for himself. Duel received much praise for his performance and reprised his role in the first regular episode of the series, "In Death's Other Kingdom."
The Psychiatrist was an element in the wheel series Four in One, which NBC aired in the 10 PM Eastern time slot during its 1970-71 series. The Psychiatrist was the final series of the four to air, following the first-run conclusions of the other three components, McCloud, Night Gallery, and San Francisco International Airport. After all four series had completed their initial six-episode runs, reruns of the four were interspersed with each other until the end of the summer. Of the four elements, McCloud was picked up as one element of a new wheel-format series, the NBC Mystery Movie, and Night Gallery was picked up as a stand-alone series, while San Francisco International Airport and The Psychiatrist were cancelled with no further episodes ordered beyond the original six.
Playgirl May 1984
Playgirl's Real Men of the Month
Mike Logan, Michel Biedermann, Mark Gavin,
Rick Springfield photographed by Universal Studios Inc.
Rick Springfield by Steve Pond
Do You Love Him Too Much?
Nude Pictorial: Father And Son And Grandfather!
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PLAYGIRL Extravaganza: Get Down Under With Our Nude Look At The Men Of Australia!
The ABC Comedy Hour
January 12, 1972 – April 5, 1972
The ABC Comedy Hour is an American television variety series that aired on ABC in 1972. Seven of the 13 episodes featured a guest host and a team of comedy impressionists known as The Kopycats (Rich Little, Frank Gorshin, Joe Baker, Marilyn Michaels, Fred Travalena, Charlie Callas and George Kirby). Guest hosts included Steve Lawrence, Orson Welles, Ed Sullivan, Raymond Burr, Robert Young, Debbie Reynolds and Tony Curtis. The remaining six episodes were variety specials and included two Friars Club roasts and a revival of the musical Hellzapoppin' starring Jack Cassidy.
The show originally aired on Wednesday at 8:30 PM. Summer reruns of the seven Kopycats episodes were aired under the title The ABC Comedy Hour Presents the Kopycats. The same episodes aired in Great Britain simply as The Kopycats.
We’d Folau him anywhere.
“Do It Again”
The Kinks had a big comeback in 1983 with the top ten smash “Come Dancing” (their first top ten in the U.S. since “Lola”), and had a minor hit with the followup “Don’t Forget To Dance” (#29), but the first single from their 1984 album Word Of Mouth should have been a bigger hit.
“Do It Again” hit #41 in February 1985, and was their final entry on the Hot 100.
Capt. Alfred Dreyfus
The Life of Emile Zola
Joseph Schildkraut (March 22, 1896 – January 21, 1964) was an Austrian-American stage and film actor.
From: Huffington Post
This performance by Pansy Division on the Lavender Lounge Christmas Special features the in-your-face queer band's classic "Homo Christmas."
As naughty as it is nice (you probably don't want to play this one for Grandma), it features tender lyrics like, "Don't be miserable / like Morrissey / Let me do you under / the Christmas tree..."
This happened on a Sunday being shown on a Monday. Repost from @knitboy1 #male #yarn #hairyguy #beardA video posted by Jesse Kovarsky (@scruffyjester) on
|He is taking a short break. As this year, St Nicholas (Santa Claus), he plans to engage the service of the Marvel Super heroes to assist in distributing the gifts that includes Batman, Spiderman, Superman, Wonder woman, the Flash.|