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Glad you like the pictures of Jen. She's ahead of Hayley and Taylor in this post. She's also an awesome drummer (and singer). Check out the picture below. Finally I know what I want to do with the rest of my life.

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I’ve never heard of the band called “The Wackids” before, but by god are they awesome. These guys took a bunch of kids toy instruments and blasted out some awesome music in the form of a cover of the classic Rage Against the Machine tune Killing in the Name. This may well be the best use of annoying kids musical toy instruments in history.
I think the "Spiderman" drum set looks cool and is most appropriate for my skill level. Will have to see if our local Wal-Mart has one.
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Planning a trip to see my family in Detroit over Spring Break. Doing a little research on “Detroit History.” This was “Milky” the Twin Pines Dairy Clown.

Many, many, years before my time clowns were popular on local Detroit TV. My mom said she was terrified of this one. Don’t blame her. Does he “creep you out” too? He does me. The last pic is from a psychology website. Interesting comparison…
Back in grade school… We have a substitute teacher today. He is dressed like a clown. “Today, class, we will continue long division” he says with an evil grin. Most of the class is terrified as he writes a problem on the board. “You have one minute.”

Sitting next to me is my best friend ila, both of us snicker at the seemingly simple problem written on the board. In seconds we have solved it. Just to be sure, ila uses his slide rule to verify the answer. It is correct.

Raising our hands he calls on ila who confidently gives the answer. “That’s what I got too” I say.

“How many of you got what Andy and ila got?” the teacher says mockingly.

Most of the class raise their hands. But, too late, it’s actually a trick—a trap!

“No. You are all WRONG” so you all FAIL! HaHaHaHaHaHaHa…”

(Sorry but that’s what the picture of Milky made me think of. Don’t know what this really was. Probably some kind of magic trick. Have to believe it couldn’t be as easy as it seemed. Wonder what Milky’s “solution” was? After waking up from this bad dream, I fall asleep again. This time Harley Quinn is my teacher. For some reason, in this dream I am grown up and in my 30's. I have been a bad boy so she has kept me after class for detention. We are alone in the classroom. As she walks seductively towards my desk I can see the outline of her hardening cock beneath her tight, short, satin mini-skirt... )

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God, I bet that's expensive...

(But can I get ESPN?)
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This is what I’d like to have if I ever took up drums again. I did a little research and it’s a 1978 Ludwig “Octa Plus” kit. The shells are stainless steel. Notice they are single headed. Twelve drums, double bass… the excesses of the 70’s and 80’s. Awesome! Why am I thinking of “Rush” and Neil Peart?

Anyway, it looks great for a set that’s older than me. Wish I looked that good.

Can’t imagine how loud it would be. Also there was no price listed. Sure it’s part of a collection. I would think they might take my “ZR-1” as a trade. Even 40 years ago all that would have cost several thousand USD.

Also no cymbals, stands, pedals, hi-hat, etc. Besides my wife would never let me bring that thing into our house. Even down in our basement you could hear that clear to Chicago.
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Decided I was right in the first place with the "Spiderman" drumset.

Found one on Amazon right away (Shit, no wonder Bezos is a Zillionaire! ).

Here are the "technical specs":

Reig Spiderman Drum kit 5-Piece

Price: $46.94

International product from outside the United States.

High-quality drum set for children, robust plastic body.

Audio / video motivation: Learning, Entertainment, Musicality.

Suitable for children 3 years and up. (That's me... )

Box contents: 5-piece spiderman drum kit consisting of bass drum, cymbals, 2 side drums, 2 drums on separate stands, professional pedals, poles and stool. (Me: "Professional" pedals? I bet they're just like Dave Lombardo from Slayer uses. Speaking of Slayer I could order two sets at that price and have "double bass." )

Now I just need to get in touch with Jen to sign up for lessons.
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You know Miley is like one of my biggest celebrity crushes of all time. You should probably read the post on her I made in the "Drag Queens" thread. It explains a lot.

But did you know she invited me to perform on stage with her during the "Bangerz" tour?

Hayley did during Paramore's recent tour as well but she told me to "put some pants on."
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The 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko allegedly can reach a top speed of over 300mph (482.803kmh), faster even than the Bugatti Chiron, according to TopGear.

Its heavily modified version of the Agera’s 5.0 litre twin-turbo V8 produces 1,578bhp and 1106lb ft of torque from E85 biofuel.

Price: $3 million USD. The verdict? “Sex on wheels.”
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This thread might be a better place for these although two of them definitely qualify as "dream girls."

I told you they're up to 1987 now with these ads. So this guy is 33??? And he lives in Zionsville? Damn, I must look pretty good for my age cause I'm older than that. What's next? "Born before 2001?"

"Cannabis Investing" seems to be the big thing right now. I hate drugs and really wouldn't have anything to do with it legal or not. But she could explain it to me anytime... In fact I can think of lots of things we could do.

And in the immortal words of Hermey the Elf from "Rudolf": "I want to be ...a Dentist!"

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Failed restaurant chains. Another “fake” news story from CNN because many are still around.

“Burger Chef.” Murder is not good for business. This chain got its start in Indiana. In 1978 a Burger Chef near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was robbed and the four young people working that night were taken to a rural area and killed “execution style.” Over 40 years later the crime remains unsolved. The building is still there, I used to drive by it on my way downtown. It’s a “fast cash” place or something now. But everyone around here knows the real story…

“Big Boy.” These are still around in the Detroit area. Michigan has 69 franchises even today. When I was a little kid my mom would always ask if I wanted to eat there. Fuck no. Looks like an “evil clown” on steroids, he still creeps me out (Crazy eyes and smirk. First thing I think is he's a pedo—imagine you are 5 years old and you know he’s watching you sleep…). Worse than Ronald McDonald IMHO.

“Chi-Chi’s.” Started in 1975, peaked in the late 90’s, early 2000’s. Lot’s of ‘em around Detroit. Sad to see it go as it was the first restaurant I ever took a girl out on a “real date.” Her dad drove us. When I was several years older it was a great place to get cheap margaritas and hang out with friends. The one on 38th street in Indy is still there. It’s a “Golden Corral” now. Bad part of town. Last time I was there we watched the drug deals going down in the parking lot.
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Fuck the “tour bus.” This is the way to travel! Iron Maiden’s 747 used on “The Book of Souls” tour.

And who better to fly it than one of the band? Bruce Dickinson, lead singer, is a licensed commercial pilot and has flown airplanes for much of his life. Years ago I remember reading an article about him where he was flying for the RAF transporting troops and supplies.

“Up the irons!”
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Still trying to decide what to do regarding RV's for our summer travels...

Brought this one home today. Neighbors called the cops.

She still wants a large trailer. Claims it has more living space than a "Class A." I don't think so and we will still need a "5th wheel" to pull it. Made a deal with her. If she lets me buy this truck, I'm all in...

But most likely we will end up like this couple. Such is married life...
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That's Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
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Yes. I know. It's from the "Long Long Trailer" (1954). I've seen it before. Probably on TCM. I still don't see how that car could pull all that. Thinking about the movie has given me second thoughts about this whole "endeavor."

Of course all the options we are looking at use Cummins or Detroit diesels. So I am optimistic... Well, sort of.

Here's a few scenes from the movie. 1954 I believe was before the US Interstate system. The trek through the mountains is scary. I have driven through the Rockies twice. Interstate 70 today is a lot better than wherever he is in the movie.

(Lucille Ball was known as a comedienne but also considered one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood. The last picture is of course one option I am considering. My wife not so much.

Prevost makes many of the actual "tour buses" used by bands and celebrities. They are the same dimensions as the "Class A's" we've been considering but are outfitted with bunks and other stuff more appropriate for a band and appear to be taller. The black one pictured has a "margarita machine" for example and sleeps 12. They are upwards of $1,000,000-$2,000,000 USD in some cases. So I don't think we'll be getting one of those... Unless Taylor wants to give me hers. )
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Couldn't help adding one more. This is a 1997 Prevost on sale for only $99,999 USD. Powered by a Series 60 Detroit. The band was "High Mileage." Looked them up. They're still around. 80's and 90's rock. Fuck yeah!!! Have to see if they need a drummer...

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Today from WXYZ 7 in Detroit:

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(CNN) -- Coca-Cola is hoping a failed product from the 1980s will help it go viral in 2019.

The company is bringing back a limited number of New Coke cans in honor of the upcoming third season of "Stranger Things," in which the product is featured.

"Stranger Things" creators Ross and Matt Duffers came up with the idea to bring New Coke back as a way to promote the show, which will start streaming on Netflix on July 4. The third season of the show takes place during the summer of 1985 — when Coca-Cola debuted a new recipe for its iconic beverage.

So-called New Coke was a flop: Consumers reacted so poorly to the new drink that Coca-Cola pulled it from shelves after a few months. New Coke was rebranded as Coke II, and sold in some places after 1985. But this is the first time Coca-Cola is bringing back New Coke with that branding.
In my MBA marketing class we each had to research infamous product “failures.” I was assigned “New Coke.” In the early to mid 80’s they were facing major competition from Pepsi. The big thing back then were so called “taste tests.” Research had indicated that consumers preferred a “sweeter” drink like Pepsi. After its debut in 1985, Coca Cola pulled the original version. Consumers reacted and hoarded the “old” coke. Psychologically the idea of it being “gone forever” drove demand for the original formula. Eventually Coca Cola backtracked and re-released the old formula as “Coke Classic.” The “new” formula was sold into the 90’s as “Coke II.” Today what you buy at the store as “Coke” is essentially the original formula.

Many people at the time including some marketing experts thought CocaCola had done this intentionally to revive interest in their product. I came to the conclusion that it had been a “major fuckup” (yes I put that in my paper). CocaCola’s research was faulty and they failed to take into account the psychological aspects of this decision. Either way it cost CocaCola millions. Very risky and expensive marketing strategy if that was the intent. But the controversy did revive interest and increase sales. So… over 30 years later, the debate goes on.

Starting in the early 90's, “New” Coke was re-branded “Coke II.” I have tried “Coke II.” It was “different” somehow. Not bad. But not earth shaking either. Just OK. I usually drank Pepsi as a kid. In high-school and college I used to consume SoBe “Lizard Lightning” regularly. This, caffeine, testosterone, and lots and lots of vitamin supplements worked for football. Now we have many more and better healthier choices available to us. When I do drink Coke it is the so-called “Mexican Coke" made with real sugar.

I am too young to remember this commercial but given what we know today I’m not sure it helped… The first thing I'm thinking is "OMG! He's putting something in her drink." In 1985, here’s what Mr. Cosby had to say about New Coke:

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- Bill Cosby
I'm not sure exactly how Bill Cosby appealed to younger consumers. My favorite commercials however featured “Max Headroom” a character from a TV show of the late 80’s. This guy I DO remember.


The best comment I could find regarding “Coke II” was “Ew! Gross…”


(I realized I kept typing “New Cock.” Subliminal? Or just poor typing? )
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Of course using celebrities and sports heroes has always been effective at reaching younger consumers. MJ was perhaps my #1 hero growing up. Now if he said "Coke is the Real Thing" then I'd drink it... So I did.

Same for Gatorade... Every guy my age wanted to "Be Like Mike."

But Pepsi fought dirty. This is Cindy Crawford from her famous 1992 commercial.

(If Hayley Williams advertised anything today you know I'd buy it. )
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Just one more “quickie” and I’m done. This is an original can from 1985, still unopened, of “New Coke.” Notice the old style “pull tab”?

The final point I made in my graduate marketing paper was that to succeed the product (“New Coke”) had to be unquestionably superior to Pepsi or any other soft drink of the time. It had to be awesome. Like the greatest tasting soft drink ever. Today we would say “GOAT!”

It wasn’t…

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Didn’t think I could surpass the 1978 “OctaPlus” set I posted a few months ago. But…

From a Ludwig catalog. From 1982. I counted 20 drums. Did I miss any? Wonder what this would cost today? More than my “ZR-1”? A year’s salary? I’m sure more than the diesel “dually’s” we are looking at.

As you may know from other posts, I grew up listening to Metal in all forms. Double Bass is almost mandatory for that style of music. Been to see some of the biggest names ever. Have never seen anything close to this monster on stage. Not even Neil Peart or Mike Portnoy. What would you even transport it in? It would need its own truck. God, I’d hate to be the “drum tech.”

Ludwig was the brand of drums I ended up with after my parents “caved” and let me take drum lessons after seeing “Wayne’s World.” I was nine. My dad and I found a beat up old black Ludwig kit that looked like it had been on one tour too many. And it had two bass drums! I think he gave the guy like $200 cash. Too bad I don’t still have it. Sounded like crap and falling apart but we put those “blue” oil heads on it and for about 3 or 4 years I really got into it.

Eventually my mom won out having had to put up with all the noise and pounding coming from our basement. So we (she) got rid of it one day. I was into sports by then, especially football, where I really did show some promise. Also, my parents wanted me to go on to college someday (football or not) and thought music was a “bad influence” and would “hurt my grades” or that I would “do drugs” (probably just the stuff I listened to… ).
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If I’m going to seriously take up drums again. I might as well form a band. Trying to get inspiration for it. Unfortunately most of these album covers haven’t helped any.

Are they a “KISS” ripoff? What are they exactly? Don’t wanna know…

No, just No…

Well, I probably could “steal his style.” But why?

I’m sure if Hayley Williams comes to our first concert, she’ll want us to open for Paramore.

This sold a million copies because why? Oh that’s right, it didn’t’… Bizarre AF.

The only “real” group here. Very successful in the 50’s and 60’s, The Ventures were best known for the “Theme From Hawaii 5-0.” This album is from 1965. Considered “Surf Music” by many they were very much ahead of their time. I think they’re cool even today. And the girl is hot. Wonder who she is?
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She (my wife) still wants a large trailer. Claims it has more living space than a "Class A." I don't think so and we will still need a "5th wheel" to pull it...
Turns out she was right (she usually is... ). What she had seen on the Internet was called a "toy hauler." Very large. Some can hold a small car or motorcycle.

Last Friday we went to get it. It's a 2020 "Grand Design Momentum 397TH." About the size of a semi trailer, it does indeed have more living space than a typical "Class A." We will still need a Heavy Duty "dually" with a fifth wheel to pull it however. I am going to work on that as we speak. The dealer recommended nothing smaller than a Ford F350 for this particular trailer.

The "LED's" change color. Green is what it was on when I snapped the picture. I'm just over 6'4" so you get an idea of how tall it is. Don't hit my head in this one. What appeals to me most is the ability to "decouple" from it so we don't have to drive a "tour bus" to go shopping or visit. We already have a place to store it out in the country.

The other pictures are from their website when it was on the dealer's lot.

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These are cookies my friend made for the Indy Pride Festival last week. They are selling them all this month. And they’re really good!

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My wife and I are all ready to head out on vacation. We will be leaving after the July 4th holiday and returning in August. We will be pulling the RV shown a few posts above.

Needed a truck big enough to pull it. Think I found one. Saved money too.

Told my wife "Let's make our first stop Franklin Tennessee and go visit Miley, Hayley, and Taylor." You can see what her reaction was.

But I have learned a lot about RV's in just a few short months. Especially how to empty the waste tanks...

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OK. One more “retro” post and I’m through. This was the “Visible V8” model kit. As far as I know they are still made. My dad got me one for my 6th or 7th birthday. We worked on it together in his home office/den in the evening and made good progress. It was fun and I learned a lot from it as well. As we got close to completion, I became “impatient” (Me? Imagine that… ) and tried to finish it one day by myself while my dad was at work.

I fucked it up of course. Even with my dad’s and uncle’s (of the dark green ’69 Chevelle 396 fame) knowledge and expertise it could not be saved so I was left with only one working cylinder. At least it sort of “looked” like an engine and sat in my room until my mom threw it away while cleaning.
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OK. One more “retro” post and I’m through. This was the “Visible V8” model kit.
I also had one of those. I found it quite interesting to put together. The only thing that beat it was when I got to tear down a real V8 and later put it together again. As an added bonus I was paid to do it (my job). I will say the real one was much easier to put together than the model.
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Grisly bit of US history. As we head home, stopped to see “Ft. Smith” in Arkansas. Once the “Outpost” of the United States and Seat of Justice for the Western territories (many taken from Mexico and Native Americans) not yet admitted as states.

Was walking around checking out the cannons when a white “stage” over in the corner of the grounds caught my eye. First thought was “Did they have bands play back then?”

Upon closer inspection the “stage” was actually large gallows with a “trap door” capable of hanging up to six condemned criminals at a time.

Judge Parker, portrayed in Western novels and films as a "Hanging Judge," also had his courthouse at Ft. Smith. Parker had to govern a territory the size of several “states” and was known for his contributions in rehabilitating offenders, reforming the criminal justice system, and advocating the rights of the Indian nations.

While fictitious, the Clint Eastwood movie “Hang ‘em High” depicts a Federal judge in a similar situation with Clint as his Deputy. Of course the “hanging scene” in the movie is much more prolonged and dramatic. The testing of the gallows with sandbags…

Tomorrow we will have to decide if we want to head up through Tennessee and look for where the Paramore video for “Ain’t It Fun” was shot and see where they all gathered in the middle of the road for a group picture. I think I can find both places now. Looking forward to it. Hayley…

If we don’t do that then we will head on to Myrtle Beach and drive up the East coast. My wife has never been to NYC so that is something to think about. Also see the old neighborhood where we used to live.

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If we successfully complete this trip, we have Chad and Tara of “Changing Lanes” to thank. Never having done anything like this before we watched their videos on YouTube over and over learning a lot. It was my wife who sold me on the “5th wheel” concept. I was dead set on a “Class A” which would have been like driving a tour bus everywhere.

Chad’s advice on selecting a truck big enough, and his weight calculations were very useful to me. He was a good “teacher.” So much that we ended up buying virtually the same rig as them. A “Momentum 397” Toy Hauler and Ford F-350 Diesel “Dually.”

As I said in another post, my wife is actually better driving this than me although I have “chilled out” considerably since we started. We are glad we bought a “Toy Hauler” since we can take my Harley along and of course like Chad, I use the “garage” as an office. Being able to “detach” has been a great advantage visiting relatives and going to see tourist attractions. No scenes like in the “Long Long Trailer” where Desi Arnaz backs into the house or gets stuck in the mud.

Here’s a picture of Chad and Tara’s setup. If you are thinking of getting started, their videos are quite helpful.

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And this is where we live in Zionsville. That's my "office" on the right. Should be back home late tonight. My nieces start school on August 7th. In Michigan we didn't start school until after Labor Day.

We have a place North of here where we will be storing our RV. Right now we are in Franklin, Tennessee. Going to do some sightseeing and shopping while we get the RV checked out then head back home later. It's been fun...

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We made it home early this morning. Nice to be back. Got to see where Paramore took pictures for "Brand New Eyes" and also the bridge featured in "Ain't It Fun." Didn't get to meet anyone (Read: Hayley ) though. Otherwise, great way to end our vacation. Everyone was very friendly.

However my wife learned Justin Timberlake also has a home in Franklin and wanted to stay...

Trip went without incident until we were safely back in Indiana. Only minor damage. Insurance should cover it.

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Stock photo but very similar to what we used. Back home now. One word: "dailydriver."

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Checked the news on MSNBC this morning. Wish I hadn't...

No comment...

Katharine McPhee (about my age) and her husband. Just thinking, wonder what Loni Anderson is up to?

A "muscle car"? "Party on Wayne! Party on Garth!"

(I think that's an AMC Pacer. Update: Yeah, it is. Maybe a 78 or 79. The "Wayne's World" car was older. There is a Ford from the 70's that's similar. The grille is throwing me off. But at least I'm closer than "Google." It said "pickup truck." Too bad it's not a Javelin. I meant the car but somtimes Google knows best. She goes to Stanford. )
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Don't often check my "junk e-mail" folder but I'm expecting something important today for my company. Unfortunately this wasn't it.

Could have sworn I was at least 10" when I got in the shower this morning. Didn't know what happened...

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My birthday present for this year. A Riddell "Speed” helmet for my office. Sorry, I passed on the “Purdue Penis.” My nieces also baked me a “Descendants 3” cake. And gave me this picture. Now, I’d just like to be 18 years younger… Although I’m still not old enough to be “Mal’s Dad.” Older "boyfriend" maybe?

(Useless Helmet Update: If you follow “American football” the controversy centers around certain players wanting to continue wearing their older “unapproved” models. The NFL has an “official” list. The model everyone wore for 25 years, including me, going all the way back to “little league” was the Riddell “VSR-4.” Tom Brady (maybe you’ve heard of him? ) got special permission to wear his during the playoffs and SuperBowl last year. It’s good to be Tom Brady . You can identify a VSR-4 from the rounded shape and back. Very “old school.” They might as well be “leather” by today’s standards. During the regular season Brady wore a Riddell “Speed Flex” like everyone else. Concussions are a serious issue. There’s no doubt helmets are much better designed nowadays. But they feel different. Which is why some “older” players don’t like them. Antonio Brown (Steelers, now Raiders) has been in the news lately, even threatening to retire if he cannot wear his 12 year old Schutt. My last year in college I wore a Riddell “Revolution” which is now at the very bottom of the approved list. )

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Not done with college sports just yet. You will like this one. I promise.

Known as the “Fighting Gamecocks,” The University of South Carolina’s mascot is named “Cocky.” The women’s teams are known as the “Lady Gamecocks.”

Undoubtedly they have the.best.hat.ever in all of sports.
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This was in my "junk" folder this morning. Usually just delete everything without looking but again, I'm expecting an important business related email today.

Gotta admit I don't get many emails from my cock. This may be the first. Is it trying to "tell me something."

Guess I should call him "YP" now. I didn't know we were on a "first name basis" althouh he has been a part of me for a long time.

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I like Catwoman's ass myself but if Batgirl had a boner I'd definitely be interested!
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This was in today's "headlines" on CNN. This is "news"? "He says he became addicted to porn at age 12." The story almost sounds like some of the silly warnings from the 1700's and 1800's about the "evils of self-pollution." They also promote the site "NoFap.com."

Twelve? Just wondering what took him so long?
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I played football at Purdue. In the "Dream Girls" thread we've been having fun over Purdue's "creepy" mascot. Admittedly, Purdue hasn't exactly had overwhelming success in sports. Although it has produced some good players and a few HOF Quarterbacks (Drew Brees anyone?). Purdue calls itself the "cradle of quarterbacks." "Cradle?" I also have a degree in Industrial Management from there. And a Doctorate from, umm... that other school in Indiana. I teach Business Analytics at a small local private university and own a Market Research firm. Maybe I should help them out?

So, what’s in a mascot anyway? I like this “Purdue Pete” much better than the others. At least he looks like he’s been working out. Make fun of him and he will kick your ass. And the phrase “Boiler Up” actually is “Boiler The Fuck Up.” Yes! Really. But they can’t say that. Well they could… Maybe they should And they should make use of the Train logo more (read the story behind it). Go for it!

Admittedly the ‘Bama logo and mascot is pretty tough to beat. “Crimson Tide.” And a fucking pissed off elephant! Badass! Their motto is "Where legends are made." What do you think? There’s a reason they’re ranked #1 right now. IMHO only Clemson has something to say about that.

The last picture: Clemson’s new $55 million football facility. They are so good they could probably use “Willy Wonka” as a mascot and still kill everybody. Their motto is "All In."

(Sorry couldn't help adding this... This post may be the only place you will see Purdue next to Alabama and Clemson. My advice to the Boilers? Look at what these other guys do. And keep trying. Plus WE have Neil Fucking Armstrong. Let that sink in. And the guy who used to light barbecues with liquid oxygen. )
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But my doctor already does this. Not once a day thankfully.

(Maybe I should start seeing "Dr. Chanel"? )
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Purdue takes “Pete” very seriously. Maybe too seriously.

This is from the Fall 2017 “ATEC” Journal of Engineering. In another post I made reference to “3D printed heads.” Well Purdue is an engineering school before anything else and they really do model his heads that way.

You would think they could "reverse engineer" and “3D Print” an entire NCAA National Championship Football team. Let’s see Alabama or Ohio State do that
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Purdue is known for some weird stuff. Long before I went there, they got a bit of early Internet “fame” as one of their professors posted videos of himself lighting a barbecue at one of the parks in Lafayette using Liquid Oxygen.

Eventually, so the story goes, the Fire Department told him to cut it out. You can still find pictures and video out there but most of it goes back to about 1995 or so and is very poor quality by today’s standards.

Would have been awesome to take my volleyball player friend Blake to one of these cookouts except 1) We lived in Detroit then… 2) I was like 12… and 3) She wasn’t born yet...
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Stopped at the store on the way home...

Always good to wash and dry your hands. But that sign is actually giving me ideas... Wonder what that would feel like?

Yes that's me. I don't know about you but I don't think I look like I was "Born Before 1985."

Of course I took my girlfriend along.
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Was searching for 70's and 80's "blacklight" posters of bands. Found this instead.

(Click it twice to make it bigger...)
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Where would we be without all those "fake news" sites? This was on my phone earlier today. Allegedly he had been in that position for 20 years (The good news: at least he never had to worry about getting a date... ).

Doctors were able to perform surgery and "straighten" him.

I don't know if the story is true or not but I do know the last time I was able to bend like that definitely was over 20 years ago.
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The local mall hired me to play Santa this year. That turned out to be a mistake...
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This is what my wife got me for Christmas. It will arrive later this week. Will have to get cymbals, pedals, and re-head it. PDP is the "lower end" of DW but are still very good drums for messing around.

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I bet they were.

(Especally the one on the left. Look at how she's smiling. Her friend looks disappointed. )
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Problem solved...

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In fact my new "profile pic" (above post) has exceeded all expectations. These are just a few of the many responses I've recieved since yesterday.

(So you guys were right afterall. It all does just come down to having a big cock. Silly me. )
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Three more for today then that's it. Too bad it took me over 30 years to learn the secret of sex. Damm. Wouldn't have wasted all my money on my education and starting a company and buying an expensive sports car. Shit... No wonder I'm still a virgin. Guess I'll get lots of dates now. Should have known it was always about the cock.
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