It’s Not All Just About Porn Around Here…

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So little of my life is about porn, really, though I’m happy to contribute to the blog by being a post-porn ‘I don’t regret my life’ voice. I’m about to write about my rabbit because Easter is around the corner and these little herbivores are not a thoughtful purchase for a child unless you are willing to invest a lot of time and money into keeping them safe from your electrical cords, and your household items safe from their teeth! Jonnie Awesome is definitely awesome, but he’s high maintenance and still sprays like the house is on fire.

Also, I review non-porn books at my personal blog:

Dee Snider’s Shut Up and Give Me the Mic is “a fast-paced,  grandiose, detail-packed tell-all… ripped with a level of testosterone-injected, larger-than-life might that can only be delivered from one of the top showmen from 1980′s “decade of decadence”. It’s good.

Bill O’Reilly’s Killing Lincoln spends a good portion in the beginning chasing Union General Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate General Robert E. Lee through the final days of the American Civil War. “The endless procession of sudden fortune and ill turns of fate, paint with graphic detail the devastation of a country torn in two. Confederate loyalists scheme even after the war has ended, and Lincoln himself dreams about his own demise with unquestionable clarity.” It’s good, too.

Also good is Rachel Maddow’s Drift and Cecil Jenkins’ France: People, Culture and History. Of course, I don’t like to pick up a bad book. I will probably only do it for the purpose of reading about the adult industry because I can appreciate even a bad book about that subject. Anything else, I really don’t have time.

I am very much looking forward to reviewing Jill C. Nelson’s Golden Goddesses, as well as finally getting to read Charles Bukowski’s Pulp in its entirety. I picked it up years ago only to find that some genius at the library replaced the last fifty or so pages with text from a completely different Bukowski book. Funny, but irritating because I had just suffered a laugh-out-loud episode that threatened to split my insides, and I was nearing the end. I almost never laugh like that! Buk was the best.

The move is over and the new place is comfy. I am fine if I never paint another wall for the rest of my life, and I had forgotten until two days ago that I have a recipe for coconut cream pie and chocolate cream pie that would make you punch yourself in the mouth. Thank you, Grandmother (R.I.P.).

This is kind of reminiscent of my Greetings from the Undergirl posts back in 2009. A hodgepodge of newsy stuff not necessarily pertaining to porn. Hell, while I’m at it, Tom Hardy kind of came out of nowhere and has gotten some juicy parts. Good actor and he really transforms for the role, but the guy needs a Charlie Bronson-type action hero character. Doug and I saw Warrior and I said, “That guy will be the next big action hero.” He should be. He steals the show in Lawless. Ray Stevenson’s good, too. Looooove Kill The Irishman!

Is that enough non-porn stuff (minus mention of Jill’s Golden Goddesses, anyway)? I suppose it is!

Patch.com (SFW) covered the Harry Reems Memorial at The Zephyr here; providing a short video and photos. AdultFYI covered Patch.com covering it here (NSFW). Actually, AdultFYI posted a slew of Harry Reems-related posts last week. And I found out there is a Harry Reems biography from 1975 entitled Here Comes Harry ReemsAmazon.com is advertising copies new and used from private sellers–$100 to $750. Jill Nelson said she wouldn’t be surprised if the publishing house updates it with a new edition. Cool, huh? Yes, but not as cool as Jill Nelson commenting on my FabeBook page. SQUEEEEEEE!!!


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9 Comments

  1. Bill O’Lielly has an earned reputation for pathological dishonesty, and his sneering disregard for history is evident in his book about Abraham Lincoln. Historians and pundits have rightly condemned the “book” (if by “book” one means the demented scrawlings of an infantile, overpaid professional liar with a massive self-entitlement complex) for its numerous historical inaccuracies — though outright falsehoods would be a more apt description.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FoAkINlQs0

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/13/bill-oreilly-killing-lincoln-errors_n_1091168.html

  2. You’re so porn! :P

    I liked Drift. Great book and scary. I can’t bring myself to read Killing Lincoln, mainly because I can’t stand O’Reilly.

  3. Ha! Good to know. I’d never recommend it as a historical piece, but it was engaging. “Furled” his brow. That’s funny.

    Drift is scary. Patton Oswalt puts a funny spin on it in his comedy act Werewolves and Lollipops, but it’s no less scary.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rGrsmvBHMw

  4. 90% of every art form is garbage – dance and stand-up, painting and music. Focus on the 10% that’s good, suck it up, and drive on. -PO

    Buk:)

    good post

  5. I have never read Killing Lincoln to I cannot comment in it’s validity, which is dubious from what I have heard. My wife got a copy of it for Christmas from her. She wanted my to read it and I was like “thank you, but no” and I went back to reading Team of Rivals. Snarky, yes.

    I agree: most art and music sucks. I am picky.

  6. There’s a Bukowski tour around here! I have to do the Bukowski tour. Of course, I always thought it appropriate to be drunk in order to truly appreciate it, but maybe not. :D

    The Black Keys are awesome. As far as “new” bands go, they kill it. I’m still on the fence about Mumford & Sons. I never really liked folk music too much, though I still get teary when I hear “Rocky Mountain High.” lol

  7. bluegrass is fine (I even play some with a few guys) but it’s not rock in any form. Almost done with Dee’s book. (Bleeding Deacons r awesome 2) Black Keys r the real thing and I like the White Stripes anyway… Bukowski just makes me want to drink and break things. Haha! Tour sounds cool.

  8. You play bluegrass?! That is cool. I like bluegrass. As long as it’s good, I don’t care. :D

    The Bleeding Deacons are so funny. Great live. Love The White Stripes!

    Funny, I just watched Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. It’s not historically accurate. There are so many inconsistencies and incorrect bits of information about actual events in his life, but it’s campy and fun and I love Bruce Lee, so I recommend it anyway. Not exactly the same as Killing Lincoln, yet I couldn’t help but draw the parallel while watching it.

  9. Lydia
    everyone knows your wide interests in social issues not just porn.
    Especially the french culture.
    Like rabbits I might also as a cat lover one needs to take care of pets as part of family. Best wishes for easter

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