David Alexander for FU Underwear, photography by Vaughn Stewart.
WHAT IS THIS BLOG ALL ABOUT?
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, October 16, 2013
The ABC Wednesday Night Movie
1968 - 1970
Along with The ABC Sunday Night Movie, from 1968 to 1970, ABC ran a concurrent movie series on Wednesday nights, under the title The ABC Wednesday Night Movie.
Blake Shelton exercised his oral skills on his way out of a West Hollywood nightclub, urging the Westboro Baptist Church to wrap its head around his.
From: Dead Spin
You've probably seen a local commercial with one of your area's athletes, and it was most likely awful and unnatural. Lets take a look at some of the best of the worst.
Mario Lemieux/ Game Promotion
Scottie Pippen/Mr. Submarine
Marshawn Lynch/Beacon Plumbing
Maxime Talbot, Colby Armstrong, Evgeni Malkin, Sergei Gonchar/A&L Motor Sales
Dustin Pedroia/Sullivan Tire
Jose Lima/Casa Ole
Ray Lewis, LaVar Arrington, Clinton Portis/Eastern Motors
Haloti Ngata/Thompson Creek Window Company
Joe Flacco/1st Mariner Bank
Hunter Pence/Liscio's Bakery
Pete Rose/Muenchens Furniture
Michael Vick/CURE Auto Insurance
Haloti Ngata/Royal Farms
Wes Welker and Kevin Faulk/Bob's Discount Furniture
Antonio Brown/Uncle Charley's
Bruce Boudreau/Hadeed Carpet
Bravo's new social series features a former child actor.
When you tune in to The People's Couch, you might see a familiar face. One of the hilarious voices providing commentary on the new social series is Blake McIver Ewing, who played Michelle Tanner's friend Derek Boyd during the last season of everyone's favorite TGIF show, Full House.
Still not ringing a bell? How about that episode when Derek scandalously beat Michelle for the part of Yankee Doodle? Watch below:
And if that isn't enough '90s nostalgia for you, the former child actor was also in The Little Rascals, The Nanny and Home Improvement—not to mention his victory as a Junior Star Search champion.
These days, Blake is using his "Yankee Doodle Dandy" pipes as an R&B singer-songwriter. That is when he's not snarking on TV shows with his two BFFs Scott Nevins and Emerson Collins. The trio loves to give a hilarious running commentary on their favorite, and not so favorite, shows. As they put it, that makes the good ones better and the bad ones even more amazing—even if it sometimes takes them all night to get through one program.
Now 28-years-old, Ewing is back on television on Bravo’s social series The People’s Couch. The show is based on the UK show Googlebox, which showcases households in America as they laugh, cry, talk, gasp and scream at their TVs. Based on the snippet I’ve seen, Blake is now a card-carrying sister. Not to go solely based on stereotypes, but if he isn't a big ‘ol homo, then my gaydar needs some major fine tuning.
After a few Google searches, I discovered he loves taking shirtless selfies and posing in very skimpy swimwear and underwear.
"We were out filming street scenes recently when Armando ran past our cameras.
After a few minutes of bullshit chatter, he decides to jump in the car and show us his dick - which was already hard from just talking about it.
We bring him back to film him and catch him walking hard through the house, stroking his fat dick, posing and flexing with a boner and shooting a great load all up over his abs and chest.
Armando - our new best jack off material." -- Man Avenue
From: Megan Kalmoe
The List — also known as the Top 20 Hottest Male Rowing Athletes of the Year — is fan favorite; an annual blogging effort that got its start in 2008 and has grown in popularity with each year that I’ve posted it. It started as a fun way to pass the hours and hours of down time that we had in our hotel room during the Beijing Games, and has since become the highlight of my blogging year and my favorite post to write. I post The List every year after the World Championships (or Olympics) at the end of the summer.
Nominations are entirely subjective. In general, they’re based on a combination of sex appeal, rowing performance (past and present), style and other intangibles that make people stand out in a crowd. The List is closed to active Senior National Team members, but I do try to identify athletes from lots of different countries, lightweights and heavyweights, big boat and small boat rowers, sweepers and scullers (hence why The List is not made up entirely of the Australian and British teams). Nominations are also a bit of the luck of the draw–since I may not interact or even see all of the athletes at the World Championships every year; I am limited to scouting on chance encounters on the dock, around the boat yard, on the buses, or in hotel elevators.
Not everyone agrees with all of my List picks every year–that’s ok, you can never make everyone happy. But after my fourth attempt at this, I don’t think it’s really about who makes what spot on The List, but the fact that people all over the world can take a few minutes and smile or laugh over it. I have connected with athletes from around the globe over this little post; shared smiles and jokes; and genuinely enjoyed the connection we have over something so simple, and silly. It’s actually very rewarding to know that people–even if it’s only a few–get a few minutes of happiness out of something that I’ve done. I fully realize and respect that a lot of the List men are husbands and dads, so it has never been my intent to offend anyone or make them uncomfortable by being a part of the List, but rather offer a respectful nod to the hard work that got them to the World Championships (and looking good while doing it).
Peter Van Schie – NED M4X
Well what can I say about this year’s #20. He’s got the longest legs I’ve ever seen and some Classical Adonis-worthy blonde ringlets that somehow work really well with the everyday scruff. In any case, this young Dutchman is the only NED representative on this year’s LIST and rowed in the number two seat of the Dutch men’s quad that finished eighth at this year’s World Championships in Chungju.
The Ant and the Aardvark is a series of 17 theatrical short cartoons produced at DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and released by United Artists from 1969 to 1971.
The cartoon follows attempts of a blue aardvark named Aardvark (voiced by John Byner, impersonating Jewish comedian Jackie Mason), to catch and eat a red ant named Charlie (also Byner, impersonating Dean Martin), usually doing so by inhaling with a loud vacuum cleaner sound. The character is essentially unnamed; in the episode Rough Brunch, he claims his name is simply "Aardvark." Charlie Ant gives his nemesis a variety of names as sly terms of endearment (Ol' Sam, Ol' Ben, Ol' Blue, Claude, Pal, Buddy, Daddy-O). In several bumper sequences of The Pink Panther Show, he is called "Blue Aardvark."