For those who want a real insiders glance at the alternative fetish world that San Francisco is famous for, the historic armory is your mecca. The headquarters of Kink.com, which runs over 25 different adult sites from inside its massive interior, the armory is a sub-cultural landmark without peer on San Francisco’s dynamic sexual landscape. Once a month, they open their doors of its giant brick fortress to free public tours. No, visitors don’t get to watch any sex scenes in action. But they do get to explore the intersection of an authentically antique interior with fabricated dank, dark sets.
My dick’s reaction when I’ve had too much to drink at a party
After 40 minutes of searching, I finally find the porn I am going to fap too
Our Hot Babe Of The Week came a little late this week but it was well worth the wait. Her name is Daisy and she is super hot, super awesome and can hold it down and wax poetic with all the intellectuals out there. You can’t ask for much more in a woman. Do youself a favor today and check her out on her Twitter
It’s 2am, you’re drunk, what is your go to food item?
I don’t drink, but if I did…probably Gatorade and some Sun Chips.
What single movie have you seen the most times?
Wayne’s World, easily over 1,000
Whats the nerdiest thing about you.?
I like to watch the 80’s cartoon series Spider-Man and Quantum Leap everyday. I feel it’s more relatable than modern television.
3 songs that are heavy rotation on your iPod?
The following is a very unusual account of a true but unusual experience:
I had an arterial problem for a couple of years, which reduced blood supply to my heart and brain and depleted B vitamins from my nerves (to keep the heart in good repair). Although there is some vagueness as to the mechanisms, this made me forgetful, slow, and easily overwhelmed. In short, I felt like I was stupid compared to what I was used to, and I was.
It was frightening at first because I knew something wasn’t right but didn’t know what, and very worrying for my career because I was simply not very good any more.
However, once I got used to it and resigned myself, it was great. Even though I knew I had a worrying illness, I was happy as a pig in mud. I no longer had the arrogance of being frustrated with slow people, I abandoned many projects which reduced a lot of stress, I could enjoy films without knowing what would happen (my nickname before this used to be ‘comic book guy’ if you get the reference), and I became amazingly laid back and happy go lucky. I got on with people much better. I developed much more respect for one of my friends in particular who I always considered slow – it turned out he is much deeper than I thought, I just never had the patience to notice before. You could say I had more time to look around. The world just made more sense. The only negative, apart from struggling to perform at work, and having to write everything down, was that I no longer found sci-fi interesting – it just didn’t seem important. (I’m not joking, although it sounds like a cliché.)
Eventually after more physical and life threatening symptoms developed I got the right tests and they found my arteries were blocked up (2 out of 3 of my main coronary arteries 100% blocked – they couldn’t work out why I was alive – it later turned out that I had unusually good peripheral circulation from my intense cycling). I’ve since had stents to open up the arteries again and made a full recovery.
After a year or so I am almost as ‘clever’ as I used to be, although I tend to ignore distractions more than I used to and focus on a smaller number of projects. I’m still more laid back than I used to be though, and have more patience with people. Most people still find me more socially competent. I also enjoy sci-fi again.
So an unusual perspective, from a fairly unusual circumstance, but that’s what it feels like to be be stupid when you used to be fairly bright. In some ways it was a great learning experience, although obviously in other ways it is a life changing fact I have to live with. Not many people get to walk about in other peoples shoes, and then pick up where they left off. Plus it’s obviously nice to still be alive.
In short I would say that the frustration of dealing with slower people is worse than being one of the slower people, even if you know you are slow. Obviously most people who are relatively slow, don’t know it, but I think I’ve glimpsed how they experience the world.
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NY Times did a great profile on Al Haymon…the mastermind behind Floyd Maweather – NY Time
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Rita Ora was photographed by the notorious Terry Richardson – Drunken Ninja
Hot Flexible Girls – Leenks
Krysten Ritter Sunbathing in a Bikini at the Beach – G-Celeb
Awesome set of HD Photos from North Korea – National Geographic
23 of the Greatest Ideas of All Time – Linkiest
Ashley Benson Bikinis On Instagram – Celebrity Ninja
Floyd Mayweather Posts Ex’s Sonogram, Accuses Her of ‘Killing Babies’ – Jezebel
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James Franco Shares Disturbing Lindsay Lohan Stories With Howard Stern, Calls Her A Delusional Stalker – Youtube
The 20 Best Hotel Pools In The World – Hi-Consumption
This girl is too damn cute and look at that bikni top! – Double Viking
900 Horsepower Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG – Classy Bro
New Satanic Mounment being built for Oklahoma’s Statehouse…WTF?!? – VICE
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The 20 worst retro video game ads of all time – World Wide Interweb
The Gorgeous Sets of Mad Men – Unreality Mag
by Nick Notas
Everywhere around there will be someone who tells you that it can’t be done. They’ll argue that you don’t have what it takes. That you’re foolish. That you’re following “childish dreams.” Any person who’s gone after something they want or believe in has had to swash through a sea of doubt.
It’s easiest for naysayers to sit back and tell others what they can and can’t do. To spread negativity while staying safely in their comfort zone. It makes them feel good to tear others down when they aren’t the ones putting their neck on the line. In reality, they have their own goals that have dwindled into “pipe dreams” that will never get done. They haven’t accomplished theirs, so why would they encourage you to accomplish yours?
This phenomenon is so real it even has it’s own name — crab mentality. It’s much easier to try and pull someone down than to lift yourself up and join them. That takes courage.
Sometimes the loudest voice of doubt is in your own head. It’s the most powerful. It knows you. How could your own mind be wrong when it’s been with you all your life?
That would be true if the mind was infallible, but it’s not. It, too, is susceptible to mistakes, fears, and self-defeating thoughts. It wants you to do well but at the same time protects you from being hurt if you don’t reach your objective. You have to fight through that defense mechanism — success is born out of risks and failures.