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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!
Friday, December 25, 2015
O'Hara, U.S. Treasury
September 17, 1971 – March 10, 1972
O'Hara, U.S. Treasury (on-screen title is O'Hara, United States Treasury) is an American television crime drama starring David Janssen and broadcast by CBS during the 1971-72 television season. Jack Webb's Mark VII Limited packaged the program for Universal Television. Webb and longtime colleague James E. Moser created the show; Leonard B. Kaufman was the producer. The series was produced with the full approval and cooperation of the United States Department of the Treasury.
O'Hara, U.S. Treasury starred Janssen (whose company co-produced the show with Mark VII) as the title character, Treasury Agent Jim O'Hara. A county sheriff from Nebraska whose wife and child died in a fire, O'Hara cut all ties with his past life. He put in an application with the United States Department of the Treasury, which accepted him.
As a "T-Man," O'Hara was available to any of the various law enforcement agencies then part of the Department, all of which cooperated in this positive portrayal of their various organizations, much in the manner of the Los Angeles Police Department with Webb's Dragnet and Adam-12. These included the Secret Service, the Intelligence Unit of the Internal Revenue Service, the then-Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division of IRS, and the then-Customs Bureau.
O'Hara sometimes worked undercover. Janssen was the series' only regular, as he was given a different assignment at the start of each weekly episode.
Guest stars in the series' brief run included: Bruce Bennett, Godfrey Cambridge, William Conrad, Yvonne Craig, Will Geer, Frank Gorshin, Alan Hale, Jr., Martha Hyer, Marilyn Maxwell, Ricardo Montalban, Judy Pace, Leslie Parrish, Brock Peters, Marion Ross, Don Stroud, George Takei, Jessica Tandy, Angel Tompkins, Lindsay Wagner, Betty White, Joseph Wiseman, Lana Wood and Dana Wynter.
O'Hara marked the first Mark VII show to run a full hour in length; all of Webb's previous efforts (excepting the TV-movie pilot for Dragnet 1967) ran in half-hour episodes. It was also one of the few he did not package for NBC. The show failed in the Nielsen ratings against ABC's Partridge Family and Room 222 and ended after a one-season run. Reruns were later shown on the A&E Network in the 1990s and on Retro Television Network in the 2000s.
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Bryan Hawn's Latest Will Make You A True Belieber
From: Boy Culture
From: Boy Culture
Everybody's favorite parodist Bryan Hawn (his videos will make you laugh hard) is got-back with Justin Bieber's “Love Yourself,” just (barely) in time for the holidays.
As much as I liked Bryan before, I like him even more now that we met up in Chicago this holiday season and gorged on sushi while talking about the pros 'n' cons of making a living and/or making an ass of oneself (more like making a self of one's ass) on the Internet.
I hope I'm not blowing his cover in reporting that he is articulate and bright and not much of a show-off.
Luckily, he is a good actor when a camera and the potential for some serious views are around ....
Jalo Finland specializes in fire safety products for the design-oriented, because who doesn’t want to look good escaping an inferno?
Their slogan is “safety can be beautiful.”
They definitely don’t offer same-day shipping (hurry up, drones), but they’re perfect if you’re the print-it-out coupon-giving type.
Enjoy these descriptions either way:
“If you’re holding out for a hero to pull you from the rough surf and give you mouth-to-mouth, then this is the duo for you! The Hero is strong and dependable. He’ll sweep you up in his muscled arms – and put out any small fires. Keep this lifeguard’s best assets on display at all times, and be ready to grab hold in case of emergencies.”
“Rugged, masculine and ripped. The Master has a ‘take charge’ attitude, always ready to be in control in case of fire. Not sure how to use a fire blanket? Craving further instructions? Just turn it around and look at the rear. Never keep your fire blanket in the closet. This couple demands to be out.”
“Primed for action in their uniforms, these airmen wearing a leather aviator jacket and a flight suit unzipped to a perilously low altitude, are clearly qualified to put out small household fires. Just give the straps a good tug to release the fire blanket inside. Like a parachute, this product could save your life.”
“Down boy! This K9 owner is classically geared up, dressed head to toe in leather, with his pup between his legs, he’s ready to put out any small kitchen fires, even if it means getting down on all-fours. You certainly won’t be in the dog house if you always keep this fire blanket ready.”
Hansel Wellington by Lights On Studio
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Thing
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Thing
'Everyone needs a hot body to look at when their stressed so it seemed like a great time to whip it out and spread some joy.'
Coming upon this set of holiday images proved to be a gift that gave in an abundance of different ways. First off, it gave me the chance to get model Hansel Wellington, spectacularly naked of course, back on FH! Some you might remember a series of pieces I did featuring Hansel and his work with JGH Photography a couple of years ago. Secondly, I get to feature the work of photographer Tom Nakielski from Lights On Studio.
I have been enjoying Tom's work for awhile and am thrilled to be able to feature his work with Hansel, especially these holiday images. Tom shares that Hansel was in his studio for a dual session with another model from Detroit. While they were waiting for the other model to arrive, Hansel suggested they do some shots with a Christmas theme, and had brought all of the props that we needed. 'Hansel has always been a joy to work with. Not only does he help in implementing my ideas, he takes them a step further and adds some embellishments and refinement to the outcome. It is refreshing to work with a model who is so involved with the session and contributes his creativity to the project.'
'Tom and I have worked together for several years now and we wanted to do a shoot celebrating the season with a little erotic cheer! Nothing says hot and sexy in the winter cold like some photos of cock and candy canes. The goal was to have some fun in the shoot and not to take Christmas so seriously. Our theme was definitely naught & nice! Tom is a great photographer and I think he really captured the mood I was going for. I love being nude and he loves taking photos--- so its a good combination.'
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
When you read this, I will be surrounded by my ageing and very stubborn parents. Also my sister, my brothers, only one of whom I really like, as well as a few sister-in-laws and a nephew and niece I love to death. As I write this however, Christmas is still 4 days away and I am home on my couch with CNN on the television. Every year, I wish all the readers of FH a peaceful Christmas with moments. Those moments aren't about how many people are around you or how many gifts you get, they are about how you choose to spend the day. As much as I love my family, I often long for a Christmas without the family, something I know I will regret when that day actually comes. I have spent one Christmas alone, after a blizzard forced me to turn around on my way to my families and get off the highway and head back home. I didn't enjoy it.
I have always thought that for me, Holidays are really more about foreplay. The teasing and preparing for the big O that is the 25th. I love when the Christmas commercials start coming on TV, when the Grinch cartoon airs and when I have a night at home when I can pour a glass of wine and put in Love Actually. I love my work secret Santa, the lights all around my house and getting together with some of my close friends who I only get to see very often except when they come home for Christmas. I love planning what gifts I want to give, and how my family and friends might react when they open them. I also love hunting down holiday images to feature on FH.
Readers either love or loath my holiday extravaganzas, but like Christmas, it comes whether you want them or not... This year, I couldn't have been more grateful for all the visual gifts that I received. Gordon Nebeker has always been extremely generous, sharing with myself and FH. Gordon has shared so many of his images and so many stories about his work, process and how models have ended up in front of his camera. While Gordon was shooting Mr. Herzog last month, both model and photographer took time out of their shoot to capture a few holiday images exclusively for FH readers.
I think we all would love to sit in our most comfy chair, watching and enjoying our own Mr. Herzog trim and top our Christmas tree. Thanks to Gordon and Mr. Herzog for the perfect Christmas gift! For all of you reading this today, whether surrounded by family or friends, or home alone. I hope regardless of how well the big O came off, you all had a month full of satisfying foreplay!
Need Help With The Christmas Dinner? Bear-Naked Chef Adrian De Berardinis Makes Dishes That Look Finger-Lickin’ Good!
From: Queer Click
Guys we don’t know about the food but that furry ass surely looks delicious! Are you having last-minute troubles with the Christmas dinner because you spent all this time looking and lusting over our so many men? Fret not, maybe this could be the solution you didn’t know you needed. Let us introduce you to Adrian De Berardini, or as he calls himself, the Bear-Naked Chef. His aim is not only showing his passion for cooking and food but he’s determined to remain sexy while doing so!
“FOOD IS JUST SEXY! ONE OF MY EARLIEST RECOLLECTIONS OF IT IN A SENSUAL CONTEXT WAS THAT ICONIC SCENE IN 9 1/2 WEEKS, WHERE MICKY ROURKE FEEDS KIM BASSINGER ON THE FLOOR IN HER KITCHEN IN FRONT OF THE OPEN FRIDGE …THE PENULTIMATE FOOD ORGY IN CINEMATIC FORM.” ADRIAN DE BERARDINIS
The recipes, like the “Chicken Cacciatore” he prepared on the first episode of his web series, seemed tasty and simple to follow, you know, much like the happy trail that connect his hairy chest with the apron-hidden regions of his body. We know he’s a trained chef, but the only thing that worried us was seeing him getting closer to the fire of the stove with that exposed hairy chest! Although he has not prepared a dessert on camera yet we have some ideas that involve his ass. What do you guys think of the Bear-Naked Chef and his stripped down cuisine? Let us know in the comments!