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Some days, people can’t help but believe in the idea that irony is a living, breathing, cosmic force with a very unusual sense of humor and a personal interest in their lives.
And if you’re one of the rare ones who don’t believe in things like irony or fate, don’t worry, I'm pretty sure that they believe in you.
The pics here and in the pages below show some ironic moments in everyday life.
Scroll down and see.
People, that's a great example of irony !
This is good too !
Not a problem of course !
Most of us go, go, go. We go to work, go to the gym, go back home, go back to work, go to meet up with friends, go for professional development, go for one of our countless dates and meet-ups for family members, children, siblings, or friends.
On my website, I have limited time to do stuff. I spend all week thinking of the items that I'd like to do in the few short hours of the weekend that I have available, and when the weekend starts, it's go go go.
Sometimes it's worthwhile to pause along the way to recognize the wonderful moments of joy along the way.
PART III: The Towels.
At the end of the video, while we were sitting there buzzing over what we just learnt, a mid twenties guy with a really toned body came in wearing only an orange towel. He introduced himself as Old Nick. Apparently everyone refers to him as Nick in hell. He can change shape and body, generally designing himself to be whatever fantasy man turns you on. He explained how there were pitchforks, flames and Demons in Hell. "We have pitchfolks with dildos on the end for your enjoyment. There are certainly flames here in Hell. They are used to heat the saunas and steamrooms. I'll leave you to work out why the Demons need booking for the night, if you so desire". As Old Nick explained, Hell had a reputation to live up to and he felt some guys would be disappointed to find no Demons.
Apparently, there is a towel code in Hell. Similar to the hankie code they tried unsuccessfully to implement back on Earth. There are three colours with these towels. Green, Orange & Red. Upon checking into Hell, you are handed a towel and three drinks vouchers at Reception. Green means you are currently straight oriented. You do nothing you don't want to do. It is explained there are no woman here and that they are, indeed in Hell. Green towels must be left alone. An Orange towel means they have chosen between 1 to 5 sexual encounters with another guy upon arriving in Hell in a green towel. Red towels are for the gay aware guys, giving access to the backrooms here. So, as Old Nick advised, when we get changed in the room next door, we are all being given Orange towels, as they are the most popular towels amongst the guys. Fresh meat.
"Although one of you guys will be issued a red towel. Let's be honest, you'd earnt a red towel by the time you were fifteen."
So, with that, a new door suddenly appeared which he guided us through, and left us to get changed.
Who would have thought. When we had changed into the towels, there it was. The red towel. @JoelR. I guess the signs were there. Why else would he own and run Adonis Male after all.
Apparently a Demon had already been pre-booked for him.
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If you're going to San Francisco
Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair
If you're going to San Francisco
You're gonna meet some gentle people there
For those who come to San Francisco
Summertime will be a love-in there
In the streets of San Francisco
Gentle people with flowers in their hair
All across the nation
Such a strange vibration
People in motion
There's a whole generation
With a new explanation
People in motion
People in motion
The song Scott McKenzie wrote and recorded about San Francisco seems to sum up my feelings about the city. I've probably been to San Francisco more than any other city I've ever visited combined... San Francisco will always be one of my favorite places in the world... and although I've been there many times I always discover something new with each visit.
San Francisco has been a backdrop for a few of my favorite movies... 'What's Up Doc" used several areas of the city including the airport, Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf and Nob Hill, Alfred HItchcock featured Union Square at the start of "The Birds" and used Lombard Street as Jimmy Stewart's residence in "Vertigo"... I'm bringing all this up because I'll be highlighting these areas as well as a few other favorite parts of the city.
I start and end my visits at San Francisco International Airport in San Mateo about 12 or so miles from downtown San Francisco. You can easily reach the city using BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit)
Taxi or Van service to various destinations around the city. BART connects with CalTrain at the Millbrae Intermodal Station with service to San Jose, Palo Alto and Stanford.
There are many marvelous hotels in the Bay Area but the one that I've stayed in the most is Campton Place Hotel at 340 Stockton Street (I've been a faithful customer since I was a guest during the earthquake in 1989 as they continued to offer an exceptional guest experience under difficult if not dire conditions)...
There was a period between 1996 through 2009 that I slept in this exact room more than my own bed at home...
What I love best about the hotel besides the friendly staff and location is the restaurant and bar; they are both among my favorite in the entire world partially because the food and service and atmosphere are outstanding but because you mostly meet local people there... It is rated one of the best venus in the city.
Don't even think about showing up without a reservation... if you are not looking for a meal as extravagant the menu and ambience in the bar and bistro are a perfect fit for me for lunch or a late night snack.
And for me it's perfectly situated to start and end my day there just a hop skip and a jump from Union Square...
In addition to all the things to see and do around Union Square there are a few places that if time allows I always revisit...
Both have wonderful restaurants and shops... and a friend of mine who lives there gave me advice once that I still use to this day when looking for a place to eat... she said "if there are a lot of Asian people eating there the food is good" a fun fact you may not know is that the fortune cookie was invented in Japantown. I once a long time ago took the tour of the factory... you have no idea how delicious a warm from the oven fortune cookie is if you have never had one.
I also try to make it a point to take a cable car ride... not only is it an iconic San Francisco experience but it's the most fun way to get from the Union Square area to Fisherman's Wharf...At Powell and Market Street is the start of the line up to Nob Hill and on to Fisherman's Wharf.
The cost is $7.00 per ride... but if you are going to take more than two rides in a day it probably is a good idea to get a day pass for $17.00
It's really an easy fun way to get around the city but the cars are pretty crowded especially nights and weekends. The cable cars in San Francisco are the worlds last remaining manually operated cable car system.
I always thought it would be fun to live on Lombard Street with it's eight hairpin turns that were designed to make navigating the steep street safely... until I leaned that there are about 2,000 cars that take the route every day for the experience.
I have driven it once but frankly I would rather see it from the 250 steps that go up and down each side of the street. I think it's one of the prettiest streets in town and I hear there is talk of charging a toll to cut down on traffic.
Even though it's largely a tourist destination I still like visiting Alioto's or Fisherman's Grotto for a meal every now and again... but I'm just as happy to buy something from a vendor and sit and people watch.
I read somewhere that Pier 39 is one of the top tourists destinations in the city... but once you have seen frankly I have never really had a burning desire to return as I would rather explore the different neighborhoods because there is so much to see and do...
Unlike Pier 39... one of the places I always like to revisit is The Exploratorium... the interactive hands-on museum that allows you to explore science, art and human perception... it was opened by physicist Frank Oppenheimer in 1969 at The Palace Of Fine Arts and moved to the much expanded space on The Embarcadero in 2013. Since it's inception there are over 1,000 participatory exhibits.
There are so many places to visit and experience and as many places to eat... but I always try to make my way to The Tartine Bakery in The Mission District at 600 Guerrero.
I love their baked goods so much... I bought the cook book.
It's always hard for me to pull myself away from San Francisco but I like visiting Napa and the wine country but I really love the short trip across the bay to Sausalito... it only takes about a half hour by Golden Gate Ferry.. it's a quiet and laid back experience with breathtaking views at every turn and has wonderful shopping and dining ...
Most places in the Bay Area offer dining al fresco because the weather is pretty moderate year round... but I remember once leaving Phoenix and going to San Francisco the first week of June and I had to buy a jacket and gloves because it was a cooler than average summer season that year. With all the advances in weather technology especially with the internet we no longer have an excuse for not packing the proper clothing for the climate... but San Francisco tends to be very variable at times so it's never a bad idea to throw in a scarf, sweater and a pair of light weight gloves in the side pocket of your jacket... just in case.
One of the things I've always loved about San Francisco was as long as it was not lewd or offensive public nudity was allowed until 2013... there are still venues available like Baker Beach with an excellent close up view of The Golden Gate Bridge.
The Folsom Street Fair in September has 13 block designated area for the event that allows nudity as when the the law changed you need a parade permit for lawful public nudity... The Valentine's Nude Love Parade is one such venue as is the Bare to Breakers race that is a nude spin on the Bay To Breakers Race (I participated in 1994)
If you are going to San Francisco and all you want to wear are flowers in your hair there are several nudist groups in the area that offer venues from cocktail parties to bowling to camping. You can find most on the internet... if you have trouble finding what you are looking for drop me a line.
I have had so many wonderful experiences and met some of the most wonderful people I know in San Francisco... one of the more memorable was one night a friend of mine who lives in a pretty swell building across the street from the Trans America building...
and as we were heading out for a night on the town we bumped into Carol Channing and a friend of hers who also lives in the building... She could not have been more glamourous, gracious and beautiful! Oh and one more thing... no one from San Francisco ever says San Fran or Frisco... and finally one of the things I learned a long time ago is that you should never travel with the idea of finding yourself... you should do it with the goal of creating yourself. San Francisco had added wonderful additions to who and what I am.
Hope you will join me here again in two weeks! Where will we go next?
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hey gang, a few days ago at the gym, one of my friends was just leaving as i got there. i asked if he had a good workout, but he said he had to stop his workout after 15 minutes due to a severe headache. about 2 days after that, one of the guys that shares the same house as myself said he wasn't feeling well, but he had a sore throat and a slight cough. i noticed i wasn`t feeling too good myself, but it took another 24 hours before i was sure.
i started off with light headedness, feeling totally drained, really bad headaches, and cold chills through my body. i knew i didn`t catch anything from the guy at our house, since some of my symptoms matched those of the friend at the gym, i must have caught what he had.
i went to bed on Saturday and pretty much slept for over 18 hours. i got up Sunday morning feeling a little better and figured i'd get stronger as the day progressed. i took my walk, and hit the gym, thinking i might be able to get my leg workout in i had to cancel the day before, for said reasons.
when i got to the gym, i knew i wasn't going to be doing any working out at all. so i had my shower and walked back home. a few hours later i was back in bed and slept another 18 to 20 hours. i got up this morning as i needed to take my meds as well as some vitamins, and minerals. i take them everyday anyway!! i know i am still not up to par, so i have to apologize to @Cool_a for not being able to start the new banner. i have some great idea`s for the banner, and i will get to them as soon as i am feeling better. thanks in advance for understanding my friend!! with love from Wes!! hugs!!!
Well it's official now as I am October 2019 - Southern Peach Babe of the Month!
Some of the pics that are going to be published in addition to the ones in my previous blog post.
Text included reads:
This peach is one hot momma with a wild past
“Other than sex, nothing is more enjoyable than running around completely naked!”
Since calling it quits from modeling to start a family, this bombshell has one hell of a track record in which consists of:
2006 Miss Nude ATL, Pacific Coast Filmworks Adult Performer, Pink Pony (Atlanta) - Full Nude Performer
On most warm & sunny Georgia days you can find our Southern Peach enjoying the sun. She claims to be an avid nude sunbather, so anytime that she can layout & enjoy the sun, she is most likely to be wearing her birthday suit! She is so proud of & comfortable with her body that she has no qualms with nudity, so much that she claims herself as a uninhibited exhibitionist. “Other than sex, nothing is more enjoyable than running around completely naked!” “Matter of fact back in August I had spent a week in Jamaica attending a special event at Hedo II & even enjoyed spending time on a nude beach to work on my already all over body tan!”
As for being naked around other men, she states that she has always been comfortable with it but they hate it when they find out she is taken, which really shouldn’t be a surprise. She experienced a lot of this when she used to strut herself fully nude on stage at Pink Pony in Atlanta. “Kinda turned me on sometimes being on stage eventually getting naked & all of those men drooling over me!”
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What no one really knows is, I'm a talented singer.
To be honest, listening to me when I sing is an adventure. A squeaky door sounds much better.
But I love music. I suppose you are like me that you guys hear music, but do not listen. But there are many moments in my life when I really listen to music. Sometimes it happens that a song touches me for some reason. It is possible that I have even heard the song several times before.
Other songs are important to me because I have a direct connection to them. I associate these with a special experience or emotion.
Does it happen occasionally that you like a cover more than the original?
All these songs have a significance for me.
I admit I like the cover versions by Gary Jules and Adam Lambert much more than the original.
I've chosen this video, because Adam performed powerful and emotional.
The original by Tears For Fears
The Sound of Silence
Once again the cover is the better one for me. It has more power, but it's still emotional.
Ten thousand people, maybe more
People talking without speaking
People hearing without listening
Those lines were written by Paul Simon in 1963/64. Are those lines still valid?
Here's the original by Simon and Garfunkel
You Raise Me Up
I wasn't aware that's a song by Secret Garden.
Josh Groban's cover was the version I knew as the original.
How often did you guys listen to Hallelujah?
Jeff Buckley touched my heart.
RIP Jeff Buckley
The next song will always be remembered in connection with one of the embarrassing moments. Better do not ask why.
To be continued in the comments.
ColtMann posted a blog entry in Daily Message,another long day of slogging through memorabilia - very tiring. more pleasant to thing about the boyz - hope you like my selections. I guess I will feature Charles Paquette, mostly because he's blonde, and I surely wish he would smile more (don't call me Shirley) . . .