Saturday, November 30, 2002

Thursday, November 28, 2002

New story: Read Out of the Blue (mm hypno celeb ft). Come back to this page after you're done. This one goes out to rustyfarmboy and rubbercody.

All done? Ok, let me come clean about a few things:

  1. I'm not into boybands. (Well, fine, one boy and I'll write about him soon.)
  2. I'm not into rubber. (Do rubber duckies count?)
  3. And, oh yeah, I hate smoking.

So, what business does a cigar-hating, *non-SYNC fan whose only experience with rubber is a certain fowl-like bathtub flotation device writing this story to begin with?

  1. Well, one day my attention was drawn to a magazine cover that had a picture of a handsome young man on it. I thought, who's this stud? Imagine my surprise when I realized it was Justin albeit looking a bit older, more mature, and IMO, a lot more appealing.
  2. Why not?
  3. I can't deny the attraction of seeing a man with a coughstick hanging from his mouth. Call it the Marlboro Man effect.

What brought it all together was this rumor I read about Justin going to hypnotist Paul McKenna to help him get over his break-up with Britney Spears. (Who cares if it ain't true.) Anyway, hope you guys liked it. Happy Thanksgiving, folks.

Stories I'm reading: Hmm... sounds like I need to take a vacation soon.

The REAL sexiest man alive Salon

Tuesday, November 26, 2002

Stories I'm reading: I miss the ANCGS website.

  • Blackmailing my Brother
  • Blackmailed by my Brother
  • The Cum Cycle

The Soul of Wit--Caught this on HBO and, man, what a great film. Emma Thompson gives her best performance since Sense and Sensibility as Vivian Bearing, a professor of literature who has been diagnosed with fourth-stage metastatic ovarian cancer and undergoes a rigorous experimental chemotherapy treatment that no one has been able to live through. It was also my first introduction to the works of 17th century poet John Donne. Based on the play written by Margaret Edson, Wit, simply, is wonderful. (And didn't hurt that Jonathan Woodward as Dr. Jason Posner was kinda cute too.)

Gay Survivor Journal: Week 10 - Vacation Thai-me

For those who have been following Larry Johnson's Gay Survivor Journals, head on over to his website Gay Comedy Journals to check ouk not only the blahs and bleahs of the remaining Survivors but also those bodacious bods of the amazing Racers (especially Guido Vito and Wonder Twins Kevin and Drew). Write him to let him know how much we love him.

Sunday, November 24, 2002

Stories I'm reading: Three juicy stories written by Michael Moran. Muy bueno!

I wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth!--Imagine this: A world without any men at all... except one. Before you think "What is this? HELL?! No MEN? You've got to be kidding me!", let me assure you that despite the lack of testosterone, Y: The Last Man is hardly impotent. Part sci-fi, part social commentary, this seminal series shows that there is a market for this kind of excellent storytelling. Writer Brian K. Vaughn and artist Pia Guerra have literally taken the concept and ran away with it to places I could have never conceived. In a time where what women want is paramount, what's a man and his monkey to do?

Worth a Thousand Words Salon

Friday, November 22, 2002

New stories: Indian Trading Post by zulator and additional chapters added to The Warlock of Wedgemont High by fucil99.

Stories I'm reading:

Superman for All Seasons--This classic tale written by Jeph Loeb, drawn by Tim Sale and colored by Bjarne Hansen chronicles Clark Kent's first year as Superman. What I love about it is that you don't have to be entrenched in continuity to enjoy the story--it's that accessible. Each chapter is told from the perspective of different members of the Superman family and thus provides unique insights into how they regard the Man of Steel: a son, a journalist, a friend and a hero. The hardcover edition is a highly recommended holiday present for both old and new comic book readers.

What Would Moses Drive? Salon

Wednesday, November 20, 2002

Stories I'm reading:

Will the DVD save movies?--Some movies are meant to be seen on the big screen; some aren't. Some movies need THX sound quality; some don't. And some movies are meant to be enjoyed with friends as a group; and some can just as easily be enjoyed at home, alone. What's the point of all this rambling? Simple: there are loads of great movies (and TV shows) I could have never gotten to see if they weren't available for video rentals or outright purchase. DVDs are here to stay, and I, for one, am thankful for that. (And yes, I really do need to have the bookends.)

Gay Survivor Journal: Week 9 - Haiku Thai-me

Monday, November 18, 2002

Stories I'm reading: A stimle special! There's no other way to say it--this man is a goddamn genius! Along with a couple of other authoritarian authors, stimle has consistently come out with high-quality erotica that has left me completely drained and aching for more. There are three new stories and three others I didn't see archived in ASSGM. Since these are the original usenet articles, you need to scroll a bit past the mail headers to get to the meat of the stories. (Oh dear, did I say "meat"? <wink>)

  • Getting Into Preacher Boy's Pants: 1 | 2 (mm/t oral drugs underwear)
  • Harmin' Raab (mm nc rape celeb fanfic)
  • Joaquin (mm nc rape)
  • The Perils of Paolo (mmmm oral anal nc rape drug underwear)
  • Taking Care of My Best Friend: 1 | 2 (mm bond nc)
  • The Trolley Cops (mmmm nc rape oral anal chloroform drugs)

Why We're Going to War--This Salon cartoon by Tom Tomorrow perfectly captures the feeling I get whenever I watch US officials like Rumsfeld try to justify the war with Iraq on TV. Salon

Sunday, November 17, 2002

It's that time of the month again, folks. BTW, did it occur to you that the word anniversary might have come from husbands giving their wives or partners "a nervous sorry" when they, for one reason or another, forget all about their anniversaries? Hehehe... sorry about that.

New story: So far, I noticed that I've written two main types of stories: the ones I finish in (more or less) one sitting and the ones that take me forever to finish. Snuffy and B2B: Brother to Brother are examples of the former and A Walker to Remember and this new one are examples of the latter--both of which I started on almost a year ago! Part of the reason is that when I get stuck with a story, rather than sit down and toil over it endlessly, I'm more likely to walk away from it until the time comes I feel I can continue it properly. Another is that I have quite a few other works in progress so it's just a matter of which one ends up being finished first. Better late than never, I suppose. Read the second spin-off to my Formula series, Eat Your Vegetables (So That You Could Grow Up Bring and Strong) (mt musc age progression oral anal incest). A special thanks to Aphex for accommodating my request to post this story outside his regular update schedule.

New links: I've incorporated a lot of the YahooGroups I frequent as well as some new sites in this batch of links.

I've also done some spring cleaning and trying out a new layout for my favorite stories. Didn't realize the lists would get so long so quick. <grin>

And, as always, I'd love to know what you think of the site or anything else you might want to get off your chest.

Friday, November 15, 2002

New stories: One Spicy Meatball by zulator and Lasitor Kane and the Book of Spells by fucil99.

Stories I'm reading: More muscle stories to shake your... er... a stick at.

Moonlight Mile--This film was written and directed by Brad Silberling who based the story on his experience after the death of his girlfriend, Rebecca Schaeffer of the sitcom My Sister Sam. At the time he was dating her over a decade ago, she was murdered by her stalker. As Joe Nast (Silberling's alter ego on the screen), Jake Gyllenhaal continues to impress me with his acting, this time with his portrayal of a young man having to deal with such a bitter loss.

Yahoo Privacy Issue--Yahoo groups has instituted another policy without informing its users. They are using "web beacons" to track users OUTSIDE of Yahoo's sites. You can opt out of this program. After you click on the "opt out" link, pay attention to the next page. The gray button that comes up CANCELS the opt out, so don't click it. The policy also notes that: This opt-out applies to a specific browser rather than a specific user. Therefore you will have to opt-out separately from each computer or browser that you use. [c/o ASSGM]

Wednesday, November 13, 2002

New morphs: A few more of my morphs have been available online since last week.

Stories I'm reading:

Atlas Comics of Chicago has three very good features on their site: The 100 Greatest Artists, The 20 Greatest Inkers and The 25 Greatest Covers (plus something you'd have to see for yourself).

Gay Survivor Journal: Week 8 - The Breast of Thai-mes

Monday, November 11, 2002

Stories I'm reading:

Updated 15 Nov 2002: Kids these days sure grow up so fast--Well, that was a lot of fun. Got to see Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets on the big screen and though at times I felt like I was watching a chapter-per-chapter interpretation of the book (which I don't plan of reading anytime soon since I like coming into the movie without any expectations whatsover--and besides, I don't want to be the guy who shrieks loudly in the theater, "That's not how it was in the book! Fie! Fie!") the film itself was well-done, crisp, and, like I already mentioned, a whole lot of fun (even at 2 hrs. 30 mins. or thereabouts). I'm glad that they didn't have to spend so much time setting up the foundation and having to explain stuff like what a Seeker is anymore. Kenneth Branagh as Gilderoy Lockheart was absolutely delicious in his role; he was certainly the best person to have played such a pompous fop. But what I'm worried about now is how the third movie's going to be like with a much older cast and a new director. And I haven't even considered the fourth movie in 2005 until now. Guess we'll cross that bridge when we get there...

Friday, November 08, 2002

New stories: The Rest Stop by zulator (contains SNUFF) and An Interview with a Succubus by fucil99.

The Sandman Presents: The Furies--Aaauuugh! Couldn't... resist. Had... to buy... hardcover. Damn you... Vertigo! Three reasons why I couldn't stay away:

  1. Mike Carey and his work on Lucifer
  2. John Bolton's beautiful painted artwork
  3. Neil Gaiman working as a consultant

As a one-shot, it gives people who aren't familiar with the The Kindly Ones a chance to catch up but for us Sandman fans, this is definitely a keeper! (Side note: I know that continuity between the mainstream DC Universe and Vertigo isn't always followed--and sometimes downright ignored. I guess I'll just have to place this story before the events that are currently happening in the pages of JSA.)

Thursday, November 07, 2002

Stories I'm reading: Three hypno stories you probably haven't read.

The Transporter Rules--Rule #1: Jason Statham is a god (Sorry, Vin!); Rule #2: He should find more ways to take his shirt off (but he looks great in 'em too, I swear the man just oozes testosterone); Rule #3: Just watch the effing film, ok? Salon

Le Pacte Des Loups--One of the more entertaining French films I've seen in a while (probably because it wasn't very French to begin with <VBEG> Amelie was the last one I really, really liked). Samuel Le Bihan and Mark Dacascos kick major wolf butt. Hwoooo-taaah! Salon

Tuesday, November 05, 2002

Stories I'm reading: I couldn't wait till tomorrow; I just had to post these links to these amazing authoritarian stories from Hooder's site.

So many men, so little time--I have yet to pick up my tongue from the floor. Whatta haul!

Saturday, November 02, 2002

New story: You know what they say--two heads are better than one. After months of planning, writing, editing, arguing, rewriting, and polishing, jockmorphr and I are very proud to present the fruits of our first joint collaborative labor: a hypno story we call Pizza Boy. (It's also our first time to be published in MCStories.com! Happy happy joy joy!)

Stories I'm reading:

Talk about having to read the fine print--I seem to be watching a lot more films these days but this upcoming holiday season has so much to offer. I, for one, can't wait for The Two Towers.