Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Stories I'm reading:

View from the Top--Although this movie topbills Gwyneth Paltrow, who breezes through this romantic comedy with her award-winning dignity intact (I think she took a bigger risk with her image in Shallow Hal), it's hard not to be pleasantly diverted by Mark Ruffalo who's all cute and cuddly onscreen. (Fine, I'm biased, but he's like a big teddy bear you want to bring home--"Can I keep him, Mom?" :)) Mike Myers and Candice Bergen also star. Salon.com

Mister Tweak-A-Thon

Saturday, April 26, 2003

New chapter: It took me two (nearly) sleepless nights to finish it, but with this latest chapter of the Speedo Fag saga, I managed to put together in a single story not one, not two, but three of my favorite topics: muscle growth, age progression, and now somnophilia (which makes it apt as a Sleepy Saturday feature). But if that doesn't grab 'ya, let me just say that there's lot of S-E-X in it too, probably the most I've written in one go. ;) Anyway, I'm going to take a loooong nap after this, and I hope you guys enjoy reading the story.

  1. More Scouts Turn Into Speedo Fags
  2. The Police Men Cop It
  3. Daniel and Konrad Share the Plague
  4. Soccer Jocks
  5. Camping 'Out' at Night by O'Melissokomos

New stories: Mark's Workout Gear 1 by zulator and Billy by fucil99.

Stories I'm reading: Zzzzz...

George W. Bush's resume

Thursday, April 24, 2003

Stories I'm reading: blindsided

Bulletproof Monk--Nothing like a kick-ass kung fu movie care of Chow Yun-Fat and Seann William Scott to complete your day. NYT

The press and freedom: some disturbing trends

Liberation day--"Even those opposed to the war should celebrate a shining moment in the history of freedom -- the fall of Saddam Hussein." Salon

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Baaaaa... that's me being sheepish when I realized that I accidentally left "Brody Double" as the subject line for On the Count of Three's feedback form. :O And here I was feeling oh-so-depressed all weekend for thinking I wasn't getting any comments for it. (Yes, I'm pathetic; I know, I know.) Anyway, at least some good came out of the experience, and now I'm considering writing sequels for both stories, but not until I can finish the two other stories I have on my plate.

New stories: The Third Man by chester and The Devil and Andy Goode by magister.

Stories I'm reading:

PETA urges Hamburg, NY to change name--Give me People Eating Tasty Animals any day.

Monday, April 21, 2003

New stories: Foreshore Drive by copsucker_99 and A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Chapter 7 to 8 by sunfiregod.

Stories I'm reading: Tales that will make you Cream in Your Jeans

The Penis Blog Project

Saturday, April 19, 2003

New chapter: Thanks to the guys who've revived this CYOC interactive storyline branch, which is based on one of my all-time faves, Reaver's Sk8r Dreams. I liked what was happening so much that I added one of my own chapters. (Also, I'm feeling a bit down for apparently having flubbed my last story, which didn't get much of a response. Guess I shouldn't have played around with my writing style, and I'll be steering clear from hypno fiction for a while.) For everyone's convenience, I've sequentially listed the chapters from the thread's logical beginning.

  1. James gets dressed by Reaver
  2. Beach Bum by Ikaika
  3. Three Giggling Boys by Ikaika
  4. Andrew Changes
  5. Ben Changes
  6. Andrew and Ben Tackle Their Next Project by pantherinus
  7. David Catches the Speedo Plague (inc)
  8. Michael Gets a Taste of the Speedos (inc)
  9. Jake the Postman Changes into a Speedo Fag
  10. The Doorbell Rings
  11. The Eagle (Scout) Has Landed by O'Melissokomos

New stories: Continental Divide 2 by zulator and The Game by fucil99.

Stories I'm reading: Knockout knockout stories by knockmandc YahooGroup

  • Sandman and the King of Diamonds: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
  • Traffic Stop
  • The Workout: 1 | 2 | 3

Eduardo Verástegui--If you looked like this, I'd want to chase you too.

"Talk about getting whipped into shape."--Check the pics! :D [c/o Boing Boing]

Thursday, April 17, 2003

I'm afraid it's another small anniversary offering today, no thanks to the work that's been piling up on me. I've just had enough time to maintain this website--and even less to work on my stories--although some of the few messages I've been receiving from you guys have been... well... therapeutic. :) Hopefully things will clear up in a week or two.

New stories: Six months ago, I posted a bunch of photos called "Pix Picks" in the eroticgayhypnosis Yahoogroup, and I asked the members which image they would most like to have a story written about. It's taken me a while to come up with something, but as the saying goes, "Better late than never." (Or is it "Better never than late?") Read On The Count of Three... (mm hypno coll).

Also available today:

Stories I'm reading: Cocky, aren't we?

Who would make a better president: Bush or a box of Tic-Tacs? An objective analysis.

Information Clearinghouse--"News you won't find on CNN or Fox Mooooo's" (Thanks Pete!)

Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Stories I'm reading: Spanking brand new stories...

Joshua Malina--Never got to watch Sports Night, but I'm keeping an eye on him on The West Wing.

More punny pr0n titles [c/o RuPaul.com]

Tuesday, April 15, 2003

Stories I'm reading:

"Obsessive. Compulsive. Detective."--Cute, quirky, and kooky--and I'm not just talking about Tony Shalhoub here who perfectly portrays multiphobic detective Adrian Monk. Although the show plays a psychological condition up for laughs, it never crosses that fine line between hilarity and humiliation. Still, do consider putting your desk lamps away... :)

Forbes.com's Best Celebrity Blogs

Monday, April 14, 2003

New stories: Buyer by copsucker_99 and A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Chapter 4 to 6 by sunfiregod.

Stories I'm reading:

A Canadian apology to Americans RealVideo [c/o Boing Boing]

Saturday, April 12, 2003

New stories: I Want to Be Fat by zulator and The Man Club by fucil99.

Live from Baghdad--Well, that was eerie. While I was watching this HBO movie, which was based on the experiences of CNN producer Robert Wiener during the events that culminated in the bombing of Baghdad in 1991, on the lower right hand of my TV screen, I was keeping an eye on the live coverage of coalition forces making their way ever closer to the city, and it got me wondering why the US didn't take out Saddam when they had the chance twelve years ago. They had the means, and they sure as hell had a much better motive then. Guess we'll have to wait 50 years for the information to be declassified before we learn anything new. Salon.com

Buzzflash.com--"A pro-democracy, anti-hypocrisy Web site featuring daily headlines, breaking news, and weekly features, editorials, and cartoons for democrats, progressives, independents and liberals." I love reading their editorials especially now that I'm growing weary of the "reporting" of Fucks-News Channel and ZzzzNN that gives new meaning to the phrase, "Money talks."

Thursday, April 10, 2003

Stories I'm reading: Lookit those muscles!

Rick Ravanello--Mmm-mmm, loved it when he started flexin' his hard muscles in that Outer Limits episode, which had a bit of ASFR in it, i.e., characters moving so fast everyone seems frozen to them.

The Reason Why by George McGovern

Monday, April 07, 2003

New stories: Looking by cop_sucker99 and A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Chapter 1 to 3 by sunfiregod.

New morphs: During the weekend, CJ relaunched his website and also put up 2 new morph movies by yours truly. (Look for Gymboy 1 and 2.) Please take the time to rate them (as well as the old ones) as it will give me the opportunity to find out what kind of morphs you guys are looking for.

Stories I'm reading:

Jason McSkimming--The Excalibur Kid gets all Undressed.

The condom is saying, "No forget! Always I am this have its nice day!" [c/o Boing Boing]

Saturday, April 05, 2003

New stories: Continental Divide by zulator and Matt by fucil99.

Stories I'm reading: Feeling sleepy?

En-Core, encore!--Even though the New York Times has called The Core "monumentally dumb," it was still a whole lot of fun mainly because it doesn't pretend to be anything else than what it is: a disaster movie. Granted the premise is pretty preposterous (Take in a deep breath... when the Earth's core had somehow ceased to spin and the electromagnetic field it generated had begun to deteriote thus leaving us defenseless from the ravages of space, a crew of "terra-nauts" have to burrow their way through miles of mantle with something that looks like a mechanical earthworm and set off nuclear explosions to reinitiate the core's spin and still find their way back to the surface unscathed), the movie unearths its smart side by seriously digging into what the heck could be really down there. My favorite characters are Dr. Conrad Zimsky (Stanley Tucci) who's a narcissistic know-it-all and Dr. Josh Keyes (Aaron Eckhart) who's an all-around goodie-good dude. Just an observation: why is it when B-movies get A-movie budgets they're required to blow up prominent global landmarks? Independence Day wiped out The White House, Deep Impact deluged New York (which Godzilla also took a bite off of), and Armageddon pummelled Paris (which, for some of you, may not have been such a bad thing). Anyway, to summarize, The Core rocks (Salon.com)!

Strain of Iraq war showing on Bush, those who know him say--"People who know Bush well say the strain of war is palpable. ... He's being hard on himself; he gave up sweets just before the war began." Well it's no wonder he hasn't been making any good decisions; he's not getting enough glucose to his brain. Seriously though, this potty piece of propaganda is pathetic. >:(

Thursday, April 03, 2003

New stories: Master by chester and The Voodoo That You Do Part 3 by magister.

Stories I'm reading: Gay celebrity MC stories by Richard Pickman

General Observations of Craig's List Postings HUNG TOP!

Tuesday, April 01, 2003

New story: Wow, I just checked my stats, and there were over 15,500 page views for March. That's an average of 500 visits a day! (Not a direct correlation, but Geocities doesn't provide me anything more to work with.) Some of you may scoff, but just six months ago I was happy to hit 50 a day. Now, the most visits I got in a single day was almost 700. Guess the daily updates had something good to it after all.

As a way of saying thanks, I've posted the first part of Brody Double (mm bond cbt oral), my first whack at writing an authoritarian story. The second part ain't finished yet and really depends on your praises and adulations on whether I'd wish to proceed. <hint hint> Hehehe... no, I'm kidding. Just a little April's Fools joke. It's not as if I haven't been straight with you guys, right? (Did I just say 'straight?' Uh-oh...)

Stories I'm reading:

Bryx.com--The Home of Strong & Sweaty Steel-Hard Studs!

I love it when porn people get creative with their titles like with Everybody Does Raymond, E.T. the Extra-Testicle and Saving Ryan's Privates (isn't that what it was all about anyway?). They give the film the extra kick that makes 'em stand out on the video rental shelf. So, which of these faux films would you be most likely to see? ;)

  • Apollo's 13-and-a-half--Houston, we have a *big* problem.
  • Circle Jerk of Friends--College was never this fun!
  • Gangbangs of New York--The Irish discover a new way to settle their differences.
  • Sexcalibur--The King of Cum-A-Lot has his sword in the stony ass of Lanced-A-Lot.
  • Spaced Cowboys--Four horny ranch hands, one bale of marijuana. You do the math.

UPDATE: Fuck, and here I thought I was good (and original) with my titles. I did a little Googling©, and this guy just blew me away (not literally, but one can hope).

Duck and Cover!--"If your building collapses, give yourself a blowjob while waiting to be rescued."