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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!
Monday, May 8, 2017
From: Boy Culture
|He's on the Hunt, he's after you|
This impossibly handsome Chicago-area artist made a dozen or so flicks from 1993 to 1995, including the classic Flashpoint: Hot as Hell (1994) and one close to my heart called Rear-Ended (1995), then dropped out of sight. He had body hair at a time when that was out of vogue.
From: Boy Culture
JFK's one and only grandson, Jack Schlossberg — the son of Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg — gave his first live interview this past week, speaking with Today.
Seeing his mom reminded me of how outraged some were when she was almost handed a New York Senate seat. Her supposed lack of qualifications for that position seem rather quaint now, in light of who is (allegedly) the POTUS — and in light of almost every individual in his Cabinet.
I hope Jack runs for something, and I hope he catches it.
President Kennedy's only grandson jack recently did his first live interview, here's what he said about his grandfathers legacy pic.twitter.com/h9vp3uQUxz— 50's & 60's (@50sAnd60s) May 6, 2017
Review: Who does not love cheesecake? I knew this had to be good, as soon as I opened it I was hit with the smell of the candy bar, while it was a little artificial smelling, it was a clear sweet smell. The look of the bar was similar to that of their "Cookies 'n' Creme," just with a red chips. The taste was similar to that bar also, maybe a bit sweeter and hint of cherry. I did not really taste cheesecake, but overall a good bar. 👍
From: Deep Dish
Today we celebrate St. Patrick's Day with 21 episodes of ABC's Ryan's Hope from March 1980 featuring the infamous King Kong-inspired story line with Delia Reid Ryan Coleridge (Randall Edwards) and a gorilla named Prince Albert (click here for previous Soap Dish posts).
Dr. Seneca Beaulac - John Gabriel
Dominick Bernardi - Vince Pacimeo
Dr. Adam Cohen - Stan Birnbaum (who later changed his name to Sam Behrens)
Delia Reid Ryan Coleridge - Randall Edwards
Dr. Faith Coleridge - Karen Morris-Gowdy
Jillian Coleridge - Nancy Addison
Dr. Roger Coleridge - Ron Hale
Gloria D'Angelo - Celia Weston
Owen Douglas - Jon DeVries
Jack Fenelli - Michael Levin
Kimberly Harris - Kelli Maroney
Man in the Green Hat - Harris Laskawy
Joe Novak - Richard Muenz
Siobhan Ryan Novak- Sarah Felder
Tiso Novotny - David Clarke
Michael Pavel, Jr. - Michael Corbett
Prince Albert - Donald Van Horn
Bob Reid - Earl Hindman
Frank Ryan - Daniel Hugh-Kelly
Johnny Ryan - Bernard Barrow
Maeve Ryan - Helen Gallagher
Mr. Schaeffer - Phil Bruns
Rae Woodard - Louise Shaffer
Episode 1211: Monday, March 3, 1980
Delia calms down Prince Albert and gets him back into his cage. Kim finds incriminating papers about Frank in Rae's music box.
Episode 1212: Tuesday, March 4, 1980
After she finds the letters Rae used to ruin Frank's political career, Kim blackmails her mother into not interfering in her affair with Seneca. Siobhan tells Joe to stay away from her until he can tell her everything about his part in Tiso's business.
Episode 1213: Wednesday, March 5, 1980
Kim proposes to Seneca, but he refuses to marry her. Roger tells Jill that Seneca is involved with a woman and that she should ask him for a divorce.
Episode 1214: Thursday, March 6, 1980
Jill asks Seneca about a divorce, but he refuses to discuss it.
Episode 1215: Friday, March 7, 1980
Jill hires a private detective to get evidence about Seneca's affair. Prince Albert escapes from his cage again.
Episode 1216: Monday, March 10, 1980
Siobhan helps Tiso out of his hospital room to save him from a hit man.
Episode 1217: Tuesday, March 11, 1980
Delia is upset to learn that Prince Albert has escaped again.
Episode 1218: Wednesday, March 12, 1980
Jill's detective snaps intimate photos of Seneca and Kim. Jack tells Joe that Siobhan is now in danger because she saved Tiso's life.
Episode 1219: Thursday, March 13, 1980
After receiving her detective's photos of Seneca and Kim, Jill orders Seneca to give her an uncontested divorce or she will use the photos in court.
Episode 1220: Friday, March 14, 1980
Jack has his recurring dream about the Man in the Green Hat. Prince Albert shows up at Delia's Crystal Palace.
Episode 1221: Monday, March 17, 1980
During the St. Patrick's Day celebration at Ryan's Bar, Maeve sings "Danny Boy" to her son Patrick on the phone. Delia is hurt trying to get away from Prince Albert after he breaks into the Crystal Palace. Kim confronts Jill and Frank about the photos, which could ruin her career if they are used in court. Joe sends Siobhan an emerald necklace as a St. Patrick's Day present.
Episode 1222: Tuesday, March 18, 1980
Michael learns that Siobhan saved Tiso's life. Tiso tells Joe to lie to Siobhan about his part in Tiso's business. Delia is carried away by Prince Albert.
Episode 1223: Wednesday, March 19, 1980
Kim tells Rae about the photos that are now in Jill's possession. In his hypnosis session with Adam, Jack is able to remember the face of the Man in the Green Hat.
Episode 1224: Thursday, March 20, 1980
Rae confronts Frank and Jill about the photos. Joe assures both Siobhan and Roger that Delia's disappearance has nothing to do with Tiso.
Episode 1225: Friday, March 21, 1980
Michael tells Dom that Siobhan saved Tiso's life. Delia attempts to escape from Prince Albert.
Episode 1226: Monday, March 24, 1980
Seneca finally agrees to give Jill a divorce, but he still refuses to marry Kim. Jack realizes that Mary followed the Man in the Green Hat on the day of her accident.
Episode 1227: Tuesday, March 25, 1980
After Rae tells her about Seneca's desire to have a child, Kim dreams up a plan to get him to marry her.
Episode 1228: Wednesday, March 26, 1980
Kim bribes a clerk at a duplicating service after she changes her pregnancy test from negative to positive. Roger calls the police after he discovers that Prince Albert is keeping Delia in Central Park's Belvedere Castle.
Episode 1229: Thursday, March 27, 1980
Prince Albert appears on the roof of the castle with an unconscious Delia in his arms. Kim leaves Seneca a copy of the medical report saying she is pregnant.
Episode 1230: Friday, March 28, 1980
A sharpshooter hits Albert with a tranquilizer dart, and the drugged gorilla then drops Delia from the top of the tower.
Episode 1231: Monday, March 31, 1980
Delia is saved by a safety net. Dom and Leon kidnap Siobhan in front of a horrified Maeve.
Her name is Jasmine Masters, and she has something to say. Is there a chance in Hell she’d snatch the crown? Absolutely not. But would she create excellent television every step of the way? You bet your padded ass. She’s the reason we had a message from Patti LaBelle at the reunion special, and her stream-of-consciousness YouTube uploads have churned out iconic memes like factories. Let her back into the workroom, and she’s guaranteed to entertain the masses.
Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden, pioneers of the cosmetics industry for all women on Earth, face off in a bitter rivalry that is professional and personal. And dramatic and vindictive.
Why The Gays Are Going
Two Broadway legends—Christine Ebersole as Arden (photo above), and Patti LuPone as Rubinstein—take turns singing big solos and saying campy, bitchy lines. The plot is mostly fiction, since it isn’t known if Rubinstein and Arden had most of the interactions depicted in the show. But especially after the success of Feud, watching strong women sabotage each other is a hot topic these days. Both Ebersole and LuPone were nominated for Tony Awards this year as Best Actress, and they have both won Tony awards for Best Actress twice. Although they may not have a chance this year, as they are up against Bette Midler. Speaking of Bette Midler…
The Little Foxes
A shady tale of greed and guile set in 1900 Alabama, Lillian Hellman’s 1939 dysfunctional family drama feels timelier than ever, thanks to Manhattan Theatre Club’s stately and scintillating revival. Seasoned pros Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon alternate in the plum roles of an abused alcoholic and her scheming sister-in-law, but their bravura performances make the character-swapping feel more like a gift than a gimmick.
Reclaiming her Tony-winning role after more than two decades, a grand Glenn Close still commands the stage as faded silent movie diva Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s campy, crowd-pleasing Tinseltown satire, which benefits from a 40-piece orchestra. Michael Xavier admirably holds his own as seduced screenwriter Joe, whether he’s being manhandled by gay haberdashers or wearing nothing but a snug swimsuit.
She might have gotten Meryl Streep to skinny dip
“I have had many famous actors on my dock, because we put wood in the fire pit and bottles of wine,” Baranski told Zac Posen in January. “and Cherry Jones and Allison Janney and Mark Rylance and his wife—and lots of nude swimming. I got Meryl there.”
Apparently Meryl and Christine have been known to close a few clubs.
And there was the time she belted out show tunes with Carol Burnett and Julie Andrews.
If Christine’s got A-listers like that still talking to her after nearly five decades in show business, she must be doing something right.
From: Cosmo UK
Nuneaton Town Striker
Marlon Anderson Harewood (born 25 August 1979) is an English footballer who plays for Nuneaton Town as a striker.
Harewood started his career at Nottingham Forest. During his career there, he had loan spells at Haka and Ipswich Town before joining West Ham United in 2003 and then Aston Villa in 2007. In 2009, he spent short periods on loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers and Newcastle United. In 2011, he was on-loan with Barnsley and completed a six-month contract with Guangzhou R&F in China League One.
From: Deep Dish
All About "All About Eve": The Complete Behind-the-Scenes Story of the Bitchiest Film Ever Made
"Fasten your seat belts" for one helluva ride as this delicious book tells all about the Academy Award-winning 1950 film and its brilliant cast - Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, George Sanders, Celeste Holm, Gary Merrill, Hugh Marlowe, Thelma Ritter and Marilyn Monroe.