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, November 29, 2016


From: Manhunt Daily
 Hi, ColtMuscleSF! I’m 83.79% sure that I’ve never experienced the sensation of my body becoming a shaking orgasm, but thanks to that singular line, you managed to get me very, very interested in your Manhunt profile. Then again, it might have been your large 8.5 x 5″ cock, your handsome face or the healthy amount of tattoos and piercings covering your body. I’m 98.768% sure that probably had something to do with it, as well.

 According to your profile, you come equipped with a strong enthusiasm for fisting—and while I don’t think I’ll ever be up for getting fisted, but I suppose one should “never say never”—I can only hope that by sharing that line, at least one Manhunt Daily reader experiences the hole twitch I experienced when I read it for the first time. It would be 100% cooler, however, if 50,567,018 readers experienced this hole twitch, then booked flights to your current location to take turns sitting on your hand

 Basically? I hope this post leads to lots of fisting.

San Francisco, California, USA

Visiting :

NYC from April 24th thru 29th Located Hells Kitchen 49/8 ave

L.A. from May 16th thru 20th Ramada West Hollywood 8585 Santa Monica Blvd

Laguna Beach Ca. May 20th thru 22nd

8x5 Pierced Cock n Tatted Body
5' 10" 200 lbs

Built Tough,Hung Big with Deep Fist

Into everything from Passion 2 Ruff Edging Fucking n Fisting and everything n between. Mix the 2 and that's a HOT FUCK

Amazing at Deep Prostate Massages until your Body is a Shaking Orgasm

Likes ; Masculine confident men who are not shy. Anyone can build muscle at the gym. But a confident and secure man is hotter than any muscle. Like young boys who already know what they want in sex. Either want a Daddy to use them or use there Daddy.

Scruffy Beards, Hairy Body n Handsome face rocks me. Like a Man thick n strong even a little tummy is sexy. .Tatts n Piercings are great but i have enough for both of us. 

 AKA: André Hebert, Peter Lovette & Colin West

Favorite Classic Soap Hunk for November 29, 2007

 John Wesley Shipp
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

John's ass in NYPD Blue

John in Dawson's Creek.

The 100 Grooviest Christmas TV Episodes

From: Deep Dish
"A Hell of a Christmas"
December 9, 1996

Cybill's overbearing mom comes for a Christmas visit.

Fritz Weaver, Tony-Winning Character Actor, Dies at 90

From: New York Times
Barnard Hughes, left, and Fritz Weaver in Lanford Wilson’s “Angels Fall.”
 Fritz Weaver, a Tony Award-winning character actor who played a German Jewish doctor slain by the Nazis in the 1978 mini-series “Holocaust” and an Air Force colonel who becomes increasingly unstable as the nation faces a nuclear crisis in the 1964 movie “Fail Safe,” died on Saturday at his home in Manhattan. He was 90.

His death was confirmed by his son-in-law, Bruce Ostler.

Mr. Weaver won a Tony in 1970 for his role in Robert Marasco’s drama “Child’s Play,” about the malevolent environment at an exclusive Roman Catholic school for boys.

Mr. Weaver and Pat Hingle played teachers of wildly different temperaments who inevitably became adversaries. Mr. Weaver was the fierce disciplinarian, Mr. Hingle his easygoing rival.

But winning the Tony did not catapult Mr. Weaver into stardom. “What I remember is a vast silence from the phone,” he said, “because people said, ‘We won’t offer it, now, because we can’t offer him enough money.’ ”

From the 1950s on, Mr. Weaver was a familiar presence on television shows like “Studio One,” “Playhouse 90,” “Mission: Impossible” and “Murder, She Wrote.”

He appeared in two episodes of “The Twilight Zone” — “The Obsolete Man” and “Third From the Sun,” in which he played a scientist who plots to take his family aboard a rocket to escape their planet before a nuclear war.

He was nominated for an Emmy for his performance in the NBC mini-series “Holocaust,” playing Dr. Josef Weiss, the patriarch of a Jewish family who is denied his livelihood, is sent to the Warsaw ghetto and then to Auschwitz to die.

Mr. Weaver made his Broadway debut in 1955 in “The Chalk Garden,” Enid Bagnold’s play about the woes of an aristocratic British family. He won laughs and a Tony nomination with his portrait of the fussy household butler.

Fritz Weaver, background left, as Dr. Josef Weiss in the 1978 NBC mini-series “Holocaust.”
Credit NBC
A review in The Boston Globe said: “Mr. Weaver boasts sound basic equipment; a natural ease on the stage, aristocratic good looks and a resonant baritone, which he attributes to a family line that boasts a number of opera singers.”

He went on to appear in a revival of Eugene O’Neill’s “The Great God Brown” (1959) and the Phoenix Theatre’s 1960 staging of Shakespeare’s “Henry IV,” in which he starred as the world-weary British monarch.

His other Shakespearean roles included Hamlet, King Lear and Macbeth. For the latter role, The New York Times said in 1973, Mr. Weaver was almost unrecognizable, having been transformed from a “thin, fine-drawn, long-fingered” figure into a “robust, burly Macbeth.’’

His theater credits also included the 1979 revival of Arthur Miller’s “The Price”; Lanford Wilson’s “A Tale Told” (1981), part three of a trilogy about a feuding Missouri family, in which he played the clan patriarch with what Frank Rich in The Times called “an often startling mixture of pathetic senility and foxy viciousness”; and Mr. Wilson’s “Angels Fall” (1982).

In later years Mr. Weaver turned increasingly to voice-over work, serving as narrator of, among other specials, “The Rape of Nanking” (1999) and “Unsung Heroes of Pearl Harbor” (2001), as well as many shows on the History Channel.

One of his last roles was in the 2015 Adam Sandler film “The Cobbler.” He also appeared in the 2016 film “The Congressman,” starring Treat Williams.

Fritz William Weaver was born on Jan. 19, 1926, in Pittsburgh, the son of John Carson Weaver and the former Elsa Stringaro.

After graduating from the University of Chicago, where he majored in physics, he came to New York and enrolled in acting classes at the Herbert Berghof Studio. In 1954 he made his Off Broadway debut in “The Way of the World” at the Cherry Lane Theater.

His first marriage, to Sylvia Short, ended in divorce. He married the actress Rochelle Oliver in 1997. She survives him, as do his daughter, Lydia Weaver; his son, Anthony; and a grandson.

Mr. Weaver was often cast as an aristocratic villain. In “The Day of the Dolphin” (1973), directed by Mike Nichols, he played the head of a shadowy company supporting researchers (George C. Scott and Trish Van Devere) who are studying dolphin intelligence. His sinister goal was to use trained dolphins to attach explosives to the presidential yacht.

He also appeared in the movies “Marathon Man” (1976), “Demon Seed” (1977), “Creepshow” (1982) and “The Thomas Crown Affair” (1999).

In a 1988 interview with The Christian Science Monitor, Mr. Weaver spoke about the challenges actors face.

“When you play the great roles, you get spoiled and think you’ll have a whole career playing nothing but great roles, and of course you can’t,’’ he said. “You play a lot of junk most of the time. Television is junk, most of it.”

But he reveled in performing Shakespearean roles.

“The old boy — he’s the one who makes the maximum challenge to the actor,’’ he said of Shakespeare. “That high charge on all the lines that he writes — you’ve got to measure up. You can’t just saunter into that stuff; you’ve got to bring your whole life into it.”


From: Banana Blog
Thank you to the visitor who provided this tip. Thank you to Kevin Hart for providing his too! ;)


From: Bear World
Warm, homemade cookies, fresh out of the oven—just the mere thought makes you happy, doesn’t it? Somehow a soft, chewy cookie makes all your problems disappear after one bite. The only thing that could possibly make them better? If they didn’t take quite so long to prepare.

But now those worries are over, thanks to the CHiP Smart Cookie Oven. As the name implies, the gadget is a high-tech baking oven, specifically for cookies, with a Keurig-like twist. In other words, it’s an Easy-Bake Oven for adults, answering the prayers of cookie lovers everywhere.

Similar to the coffee machine you know and love, the cookie dough comes in single-serve pods. You pop the dough into the machine, and scan the pod’s QR code with the official CHiP app. The instructions are then sent straight to the machine, and the oven takes care of the rest. No additional prep work needed. In less than 10 minutes, the app will send you a message telling you that your cookies are ready for devouring.

While the pods come in incredible flavors (Peanut Butter Nutella Swirl cookies, anyone?), you can also use the oven to make Grandma’s famous cookie recipe, too. If your inner Cookie Monster is already jumping for joy, you can learn more about CHiP over at KickStarter. As of now, they’re about $35,000 short of their $100,000 goal. If they reach their goal by December 2, the oven will retail for $249. But before you cringe at the price, we have good news—the first 500 backers can snag the oven for $99!

In the meantime, you can drool over this video, which demonstrates just how CHiP works it magic:


From: Banana Blog
Fresh off of a long Thanksgiving holiday weekend, I figured a gratuitous locker room video of a hot guy disrobing was needed. Perhaps it’ll provide me that extra little boost to go for a run tomorrow (though unlikely).Well, at least it’ll give me something to jerk off to in the morning :)

A Dozen Burly Bakers Want To Show You Something Sweet In 2017

From: Queerty
 They’re burly. They’re bakers. And they’re serving up burlesque bootyliciousness (?) in this 2017 Burly Bakers Wall Calendar.
 Get whisked away to an alternate universe where swarthy men and groany puns are the order of the day. And you can ogle guilt-free, since each sale benefits Open Hand Atlanta, a nonprofit organization that feeds needy men, women, and children in the metro Atlanta area.

 See them rise seductively out from behind piles of flaky, mouthwatering croissants: 
 Lick your lips salaciously as they push racks of freshly baked crullers in your direction with the full force of their biceps: 
 Seethe as they make a mess out of your perfectly pristine kitchen with a bunch of cake frosters, which don’t come cheap…?!  
 Recover your ruggedness as they… actually, we’re not sure what’s going on here. Oven frottage? Last-ditch attempt to rescue arms lost to smoothie prep mishap…? 
 Actually, neither. Just cooking up a fresh vat of mama’s world-famous noisome stew:
To order in time for the holidays, head over HERE.

10,000 Stage Pro-Gay Sit-In At Parliament As Lawmakers Hold Final Same-Sex Marriage Hearing

From: Joe My God
The China Post reports:

More than 10,000 same-sex marriage advocates held a sit-in outside the Legislature on Monday, the day of the last public hearing before a legislative committee proceeds with the second reading of a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage. Supporters waved rainbow flags and held banners reading “no discount on human rights,” and “special treatment is discrimination,” as they staged a peaceful sit-in outside the Legislative Yuan, urging marriage equality.
Inside the Legislative Yuan, experts, civic groups and legislators debated whether the legalization of same-sex marriage would benefit society. At the core of the debate is whether the protection of same-sex couples’ human rights could go as far as an amendment to the nation’s fundamental law.
Opponents argued that instead of amending the Civil Code, a special partnership act could guarantee same-sex couples spousal rights equivalent to those entitled to heterosexual couples by law. Taiwan’s aging society already suffers a declining birth rate, and the state could be encouraging homosexuality by legalizing same-sex marriage,” Hsu Shan-jing (徐山靜), medical consultant at Chiayi Christian Hospital said on Monday.
“And that would further worsen the situation because same-sex couples cannot produce children,” Hsu said. Jennifer Lu (呂欣潔), a senior researcher at the Taiwan LGBT Hotline Association and a social media celebrity, responded to the argument with a simple question: “Does society really expect same-sex couples to become heterosexual and produce children because the law denies their right to marry?”

More from New Bloom:

Both public hearings on marriage equality have to date been plagued by anti-marriage equality speakers and their illogical arguments. Today’s hearing even included the trotting out of well-known Christian anti-gay marriage activist Katy Faust as a token white authority on the matter, with some suspecting that [American] anti-marriage equality groups paid for Faust to come to Taiwan.
Today’s demonstration proves false the claim by anti-marriage equality advocates that they have the support of the “silent majority” of society, seeing as marriage equality supporters could mobilize similar numbers as anti-marriage equality demonstrators with little notice, whereas the November 17th rally was evidently a product of long-term planning by church groups.

10 Things You Can Do About The Horrible Election Results Other Than Just Vent

From: Queerty
A majority of voting Americans woke up the morning after the election with the political equivalent of a hangover. None worse than for Tom D’Angora (middle, top row), a New York theater producer (The Marvelous Wonderettes, NEWSical, Naked Boys Singing). For the past 19 months (576 days), Tom worked on a voluntary basis for Hillary for America as the LGBT Outreach National Grassroots Coordinator, pouring his heart in the campaign with 40 to 90 hours per week, traveling to nine key states. After spending nearly a week mourning the shocking loss, he’s back devising a post-election strategy and already thinking about the mid-term elections, not to mention 2020.

Here are Tom D’Angora’s ten things you can do right now about the election results…

Demand the vote be audited

When all is said and done, Hillary Clinton will have won the popular vote by over two million votes, an unprededented amount. We now know that there was a historic discrepancy between the exit polls in many states and the election night results. We know there are some numbers not adding up in key states. There is no reason why a limited audit of the closest states can’t be done. It is easy and should be the standard in any close election. There are things you can do right now that won’t take more than a minute.
Call to the Department of Justice and leave a message respectfully demanding an audit of the vote in MI, WI, FL, PA, and NC. Call 212-514-2000 and when you here the recording, you press 4 and leave a message.
Keep the hashtag #AuditTheVote trending.2.

Hold the presumptive president elect responsible for every single thing

Here is the bottom line. Trump is masterful at manipulating the news cycle to divert attention. We refuse to fall for it. America is a personality obsessed nation and we liberals need to make sure we are policy obsessed. Just look at the past week. After Donald Trump settled his Trump University fraud case and then acknowledged wrong doing at the Trump Foundation, two things unprecedented for a President Elect, he launched a tweet storm, attacking the Broadway show Hamilton and SNL. We took the bait. All weekend the internet, including Twitter, obsessed over Mike Pence at Hamilton and Trump vs. Alec Baldwin. Trump’s most effective tool is the manipulation of the media and changing the narrative to suit his interests. Let’s take that tool from him.

Call Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and demand that his party maintain the Affordable Care Act

Call (202) 225-0600. There will be a period of silence before you hear a recorded voice. The press 2; you will hear an incredibly partisan message which discusses Paul Ryans plan to gut the ACA. Next, you will have a chance to share your opinion with the press of a button.

Press 1 if you support Obamacare, 2 if you oppose it. It’s easy breezy! 20 million Americans who did not have health coverage eight years ago have it now. It would be heartbreaking–let alone terribly unfair–to have coverage denied now.

Demand that the presumptive president elect remove Steve Bannon as chief strategist

Call your Senator or Representative, especially if you live in a GOP leaning state. Let them know you would like to be added to the tally of names that opposes Bannon and that they should refuse to work with anyone who has a history of treating minority groups differently.

Help Forest Campbell win the December 10th runoff for U.S. Senate in Louisiana

We have a glimmer of hope in Forest Campell. If Forest Campell wins on December 10th, we are in a better position to handle the curve balls of the next four years. If Forest Campell wins the senate seat, we will be 49 Dem vs. 51 GOP. That is a hell of a lot better than 48 Dem, 52 GOP. This could be our Hail Mary. Campell needs money and volunteers.

Please go to http://www.fostercampbell2016.com to learn more and to get involved.

Start prepping for the mid-term elections now 

2018 is our next chance to make a difference. Donate your money and time making calls or canvassing. We need to do everything we can to win back the majority in the House and Senate in 2018. There are far too few Democratic state govs. We should also be jumping into our local elections. This means everything from county clerk to school board to city council. Every one of these is important. This is not the time to sit on the sidelines.

Speak out against any and all kinds of hate, bigotry and discrimination

It’s normal to feel demoralized after a loss like this one. We just saw our historic candidate win the popular vote by a record- breaking margin and still not take office. We just saw a man spend 17 months saying the kind of hateful things that would get us expelled from our schools, fired from our places of employment, thrown out of any civilized establishment. Instead, this awful man was rewarded with the most important job on earth. No matter the outcome of 2016, we have to always remember that Love does Trump Hate and we have to continue to scream it from the roof tops.

Allow yourself to mourn

I’m not exactly sure how the tens of millions of Hillary supporters in the country feel right now. I will confess, I am not alright. I can’t sleep, I am pretty much on an all carb diet and the passion and determination that has guided my whole life is lost. After Hillary called Donald Trump early on November 9th, I put my head down and slept for 48 hours straight. After those 48 hours, I still couldn’t find the strength to face the world, so I pretty much stayed in bed for a week. There were woman fighting for Hillary who were born before woman even had the right to vote. These women believed they were finally going to see a female President before they died. Instead, they got a man who does not respect women. The only thing I can say about this with absolute certainty, is that no one can tell you what Hillary’s candidacy meant to you and no one can tell you how to mourn. Turn away if someone tells you to “get over it” or calls you a “cry baby” or “sore loser.” You are allowed to mourn.

Request that the members of the Electoral College do something about this mess

This is a long shot and unprecedented. However, in an election year where nothing makes sense and everything is unprecedented, I say lets give it the old (electoral) college try. The Change.org petition already has more than 4.5 million signatures. Since November 9th, Donald Trump has already made unprecedented missteps. So in a year where everything is unprecedented, I suggest signing the petition and calling for an unprecedented Electoral College vote December 19th.

Stay Proud

As the rhetoric dies down and the fake scandals subside, we need to be proud that we supported one of the world’s most dedicated public servants. We supported the most qualified person for President in modern history. She was not a flawed candidate; she was a strong and noble candidate. She fought tirelessly for all Americans and never once let us down.

You never know what the future holds but I love this slogan: Hillary For President Because Hindsight Is 20/20.

Blast From The Past for November 29th

Brian Kerwin
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Brian Kerwin is a true Hollywood success story. Brian never grew up wanting to be an actor, he sort of 'fell into' it. Brian's first professional role was a short lived stint in 1973 on 'The Young and the Restless'. Although his time on the show was short, it was enough to move him quickly onto Prime Time TV with guest appearances on many shows of the 70's from 'Logan's Run', 'David Cassidy-Man Undercover' and then in 1979, 'BJ and the Bear' which lead Brian to his biggest role to date on 'The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo'.

 'The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo' barely lasted 2 seasons, but in those 2 seasons, Brian became a teen idol, bringing him regular press in TV and movie magazines. It also provided some wonderful moments for Brian fans as he often appeared on shows like 'Battle Of The Network Stars' in his speedos. After again jumping to TV guest spots on many 80's shows, Brian made the leap to major movies with roles along side Robin William (Jack), Sally Field (Murphy's Romance), as well as in 'Torch Song Trilogy'. Many other movies and TV roles continued to flow in.

I always thought Brian was hot, and enjoyed him in TV shows and movies throughout the 80's and 90's including his stint on 'Roseanne'. Brian was able to play the good boy and the bad boy with equal success and though he never reached the super stardom of say a Shaun Cassidy, this was good for Brian as he was able to continue moving from TV to movies with ease. In between Brian also marked up impressive theater credits. Brian continues to work steadily, most recently seen on 'Big Love', 'One Life to Live' and in '27 Dresses'. This hunk from the past is still a busy working actor, and as I have said before, anyone still working after close to 4 decades in the business is a true survivor and success. Some of the info and pics come from a wonderful Brian site you should check out found HERE:

 Brian on an early 80's episode of 'The Love Boat'.

 Brian in 'Murphy's Romance' (1985).

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