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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, February 17, 2016
June 21, 1972 – August 23, 1972
Richard S. Castellano
The Super is a 1972 United States comedic television series starring Richard S. Castellano which centers around the superintendent of an apartment building in New York City. The show aired between June 21, 1972, and August 23, 1972.
Joe Girelli, the Italian-American superintendent (or "super") of an apartment building in a lower-middle-class section of New York City, is a big man (260 pounds; 118 kg) who prefers to be left alone so that he can drink beer while watching television. However, he rarely gets left alone. His family – wife Francesca, daughter Joanne, son Anthony, and brother Frankie, a big-shot lawyer – continually bothers him, the building's tenants are constantly banging on the pipes and complaining about him and one another, and city officials always are trying to condemn his building. His children are disrespectful toward him, and an endless series of ethnic and cultural disputes break out among the tenants, which include political revolutionaries, homosexuals, social workers, and police officers, and Italian Americans, Irish Americans, Polish Americans, Jewish Americans, African Americans, and Puerto Ricans.
From: Boy Culture
|The full-service movie star|
Of all the movie stars I failed to meet when I had the chance, this Hitchcock every man remains my greatest regret. I loved how his real-life homosexuality bled beautifully, subtly, into his greatest film performances, and then there are those proverbial limpid eyes. A great beauty with tremendous acting talent.
|I'd criss-cross that|
The Purple Heart (1944), Rope (1948), They Live by Night (1948), Enchantment (1948), Roseanna McCoy (1949), Side Street (1950), Our Very Own (1950), Strangers on a Train (1951), I Want You (1951), The Story of Three Loves (1953), Senso (1954)
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A Norfolk, Virginia native, Anthony Wayne finds joy in sharing his gifts with the world. Since graduating from Maury High School and then College with his Bachelors in Music Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory, he has toured The United States and the World extensively with Fame - The Musical (U.S./Korea) as Tyrone Jackson, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, The Will Rogers Follies starring Larry Gatlin, and the First Broadway National Tours of The Color Purple and A Chorus Line as Richie. His Regional Credits include Parade as Jim Conley, CATS as Rum Tum Tugger, AIDA (Maine State Music Theatre), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (Alabama Shakespeare Festival), SWING! (Theatre Under the Stars, Houston), Sophisticated Ladies starring Maurice Hines (Arena Stage, D.C.), Robin and the 7 Hoods (Old Globe, San Diego) and PIPPIN (American Repertory Theatre). His further training extends from The Alvin Ailey School in New York City to Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago in Illinois. Off-Broadway, he was seen in the Critically Acclaimed NY City Center Encores! productions of Anyone Can Whistle and Bells Are Ringing. He made his Broadway debut in the recent Revival of Anything Goes starring Tony Award Winners Sutton Foster and Joel Grey and then moved on to the Broadway production of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - The Musical. He was featured as part of the iconic Manson Trio in the Original Company of the 2013 TONY Award Winning Broadway Revival of PIPPIN as well. Mr. Wayne decided to step out and write something that would fit his talents like a glove. With his producing and life partner, Kendrell Bowman, they created their own company (ANTHONYKEN, LLC.) and both Directed and Produced a Brand, New Musical entitled "MIGHTY REAL: A FABULOUS SYLVESTER MUSICAL" The show is based on the life of the 1970's Disco Singer SYLVESTER and after their recent SOLD OUT run in New York City Off-Broadway, they are taking the show on the road to tell this Incredible story to the world. Go to www.FabulousSylvester.com NOW for all of the exciting details. Anthony Wayne sees himself walking in the footsteps of those who came before him such as Ben Vereen, Gregg Burge, Hinton Battle, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Gregory Hines. Driven and determined, Mr. Wayne is a Passionate and Anointed individual who gives God the Glory in all he does. Anthony is backed by love and consistent encouragement from his family and his partner, Kendrell Bowman. He loves to open his heart and spirit through his work to be an Inspiration for others to push on to New Plateaus and Higher Heights, no matter what obstacles arise. That is the Passion of Anthony Wayne.
Defining Marriage: Voices from a Forty-Year Labor of Love
Queerty contributor Matt Baume traces the decades-long evolution of marriage, beginning in the 1970s and up through the historic Supreme Court ruling in June 2015, through stories of people who participated in this revolution, examining what marriage has become and showing how the act of defining marriage forever changed the lives and loves of the people who fought to define the institution.
The digital revolution has provided unparalleled access to information, and empowered people to do their own research, education and learning. Digital Learning Day celebrates the use of digital technology in learning, and in particular highlights innovative and forward-thinking us of technology for learning in the classroom.
So many of our statements nowadays end with ‘the world as we know it’. World Human Spirit Day is a celebration of the fact that what we know about our own world is limited and superficial. It is a day to wonder at our achievements on this planet as humans, and to contemplate the endless possibilities we have as spirits. A day to search within for contentedness and to embrace the fact that we do not have all the answers and that may be for the best. A day to give a higher power thanks for what we have and what we don’t have, for making us who we are and for giving us the ability to touch others. This day is a celebration of continuity, of hope, of awareness, an occasion for us all to connect spiritually, to gaze at the universe beyond our worldly bodies.
Who would have thought the kid from Stand By Me would have grown up to be so hot! Actor Jerry O'Connell turns 42 to.
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things