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New Year, Nice Balloons, Sale Prices

New Year, Nice Balloons, Sale Prices

by Amelia G : December 31st, 2008 Voltaire Blue Amelia G Balloons NYEBlueBlood.com will be finishing up 2008 with a celebratory balloons set of the lovely Voltaire, lensed by yours truly and Forrest Black. Nothing says “party” like balloons on a hot naked tattooed girl. Well, maybe other things say “party” like that, but balloons on a hot naked tattooed girl are still very festive. Blue Blood’s New Years gift to all of you is the opportunity to try a BlueBlood VIP membership for only $1 and, when you sign up, you will be given the option to add a membership to Erotic BPM as well, also for only a dollar. My best NYE ever did involve a trip to Las Vegas where they blew up a building to celebrate the start of a fresh year. New Years Eve Vegas-style featured fireworks and dynamite and police and drunk people in the street and everything. Perhaps some contemplation was involved as well, but it’s hard to top that, even during subsequent Las Vegas NYEs. Although admittedly I frequently stay in on New Years or spend it with just a few close friends and family members. Ringing in the New Year and celebrating my birthday are primarily my bi-yearly personal performance evaluations. Basically, I like to use those dates as opportunities to reflect on how I am doing at achieving what I’d like to and I usually set goals on the New Year. This New Years, I recommend avoiding a hangover and curling up with access to both all the BlueBlood VIP sites and ErotiBPM for $1 each. You can always have a champagne brunch tomorrow with what you saved. Just sign up on the BlueBlood.com sale page and check the box for EroticBPM when you enter your . . . ( Read more )

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  • 17:18 Just finished being interviewed for trade pub. I am totally the sort of person I would want to know. 🙂 #
  • 21:00 Going out on the town. Where the FUCK are my house keys? #
  • 21:02 Ah, all is well. #
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  • 13:09 @POPPORNBLOG Curse my late butt. #
  • 13:50 @lzrbnny Contracts are supposed to be for ALL parties involved. Good contract should be good for site & talent. Just a written promise. #
  • 13:51 @Very_Wiley Fuck, hard to get Twit-tone uncaffeinated. Need to stop emailing people butts and make a damn iced latte before it is too late. #
  • 13:52 Justin Moore Retro Tight Jeans and Muscular Babes tinyurl.com/95kf69 my thoughts & video vixens video #
  • 04:07 Darklady Empire of Pleasure New Years Eve tinyurl.com/8676od #
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Still Awake

Watched King of the Hill. Finished reading beautiful Blake Nelson novel. Finished a bunch of work I'm very satisfied with the results on. Made to-do list for tomorrow today. Really need to get some sleep. A lot of things are going extra-awesome this holiday season, yet I am suffused with worry, stress, and doubt. The stress is kinda normal for me, but the worry and doubt are not and they really do kinda suck. Really really need to get some sleep. Raise your hand if your schedule is hosed.

Do you believe there can be only one?

Do you believe there can be only one?

by Amelia G : December 26th, 2008 highlanderMy little punk rock friends and I were all into Subway when it came out and Christopher Lambert’s date shows up for a nice dinner with her hair up and explains the style as “Iroquois”. We were mostly DC punks with families of politicos and lawyers and diplomats and university presidents, so we could handle reading subtitles on a French punk flick. So we all showed up to see the first Highlander movie in the theatre, fully expecting to root for Christopher Lambert’s Connor MacLeod character. I think most of us still were pulling for him to win, but we were swayed by the snazzy dress of darkness personified, The Kurgan, played by Clancy Brown, who, with all the makeup, we did not recognize from his turn as Rawhide in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. Basic concept of The Highlander is that there are all these nearly immortal high beings enjoying life on earth. They can be killed by something like beheading, but mostly they can live forever, exploring multiple lives with different partners and the wealth of many lifetimes. The only thing is that, if one of them can manage to be the only surviving super-dude, then he will have extra amazing vast powers. In particular, The Kurgan just can’t be satisfied with his already kinda awesome situation. Nope, he has to be the only one. There can be only one. So he hunts down the others of his kind and tries to destroy them all. I think I come across too many people in business these days who identified a little too much with The Kurgan. I blame the costume department from the first Highlander movie for the bitchin’ threads and I blame Clancy Brown for playing him so . . . ( Read more )

Yesterday

Yesterday was a hard day, but I somehow managed to get a lot done anyway. Kind of exhausted but having trouble settling down after such a long day.

Darklady Empire of Pleasure New Years Eve

Dark New Years Eve

by Amelia G : December 29th, 2008 Darklady Portland NYEIf I were in Portland for NYE, I can guarantee that I would be at Darklady’s Empire of Pleasure New Year’s Eve. If you’ve ever read the words in an adult publication, you are most likely familiar with Darklady’s work. She is a successful prolific journalist and sexpert and knows so much about so many of my favorite things. She describes her areas of expertise as “adult entertainment industry, free speech, internet technology, and alternative sexuality” and I’d have to agree that is deliciously accurate. What you may not know is that Darklady Productions, Inc. also produces a series of good events for the perverse. We’ve got a little taster gallery of event photos from her Burlesque-a-thon themed 2008 Portland Masturbate-a-thon and her 2007 NYE Masquerade. I’m always down for wearing giant hoop skirts which knock everything over, although, because I don’t have a real hat head, sometimes crowns can be difficult to fit. Tiaras work fine though. Yes, I’m planning an outfit in my head for an Empire of Pleasure themed event I probably won’t be in town to attend; I work too much, but it sounds really fun. Darklady described the theme, saying:
The snows are melting and Darklady’s Empire of Pleasure has physical, emotional and spiritual warmth to spare. Pay homage to empires past, present and future while lovingly indulging your senses in celebration of life and the coming New Year. Darklady’s Empire of Pleasure pays homage to days past, present and future that shape us. Whether your favorite “imperial” spreads like butter or starred Shaka Zulu, the Son of Heaven, the Chrysanthemum Throne, Imperium Romanum, Stormtroopers or genuinely Byzantine thinking, Darklady invites you to lovingly indulge in a celebration of the senses and New Year.
They will also have giveaways from . . . ( Read more )

Justin Moore Retro Tight Jeans and Muscular Babes (VIDEO)

Justin Moore Retro Tight Jeans and Muscular Babes

by Amelia G : December 28th, 2008 Justin Moore Back That Thing UpEvery now and then, I will use my TiVo to download a bunch of music videos. I download a bit of everything and then watch them briskly and efficiently. No reality programming in between. No commercials. If I don’t like the beginning of a music video, I fast forward to the mid-point to see if it gets better once it gets going. If not, I’m on to the next one. I never heard of Justin Moore before, but I just got through playing his “Back That Thing Up” video about five gajillion times. “Back That Thing Up” has what Tapeheads fans would know to call serious production values. For those of you who must shamefacedly admit to never having seen Tapeheads, allow me to illustrate:
Mo Fuzz: All this video is missing is production values. Ivan Alexeev, Josh Tager: Production values? Mo Fuzz: Yeah. Tits and ass.
If muscles on video vixens and tight faded jeans on singer boys are coming back in style, I think I owe some deity a sacrificial goat now! Maybe two goats for the drummer still having tattoos and a mohawk. If “Back That Thing Up” is representative of Justin Moore’s body of work, he falls somewhere between Brooks & Dunn and Garth Brooks on one side and Motley Crue and AC/DC on the other. There are at least as many appalling sexual double entendres in “Back That Thing Up” as there are in “Big Balls”. I loathe puns. Unless they are sex puns. Then I love them. Justin Moore has a mischievous smile, an easy charismatic stance and delivery style, and a smooth Southern voice both speaking and singing. Justin Moore has enormous star quality and looks really good in tight faded jeans and a cowboy hat. I usually don’t like cowboy hats (even though my foot was once photographed with one for Playboy.) He has an . . . ( Read more )

Tweets

  • 20:25 @Very_Wiley Are your coffee maker and espresso machine both broken? #
  • 20:26 @BellaVendetta66 Mmmm, crab. #
  • 20:27 @ForrestBlack I vote you make it. #
  • 20:33 Watched music videos. Got work done. Now I am going to get Pinkberry! #
  • 00:50 @ChadSavage I actually liked Very Bad Things except for the last few minutes which were tonally different from the rest of the flick. #
  • 00:51 @melissagira I followed you out of positivity, just so ya know 🙂 #
  • 01:42 @LAsnark Justin Moore "Back That Thing Up" tinyurl.com/95kf69 delivers production vals Hinder is purported to. #
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  • 12:34 @malixe Sometimes I check my friends on LJ and sometimes on Twitter and sometimes on Facebook & I really like info on all and loathe cuts. #
  • 12:34 @lamaupin Maybe your laptop wants you to take a break? #
  • 12:35 @jonnodotcom Why would Dunkin Donuts put calorie counts on the menu? That's just wrong. #
  • 12:37 @BillBrent Merry merry. LOL #
  • 12:38 @ForrestBlack Really? I totally love it when someone brings me up and then whines when I respond. #
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  • 16:40 @jaemsdotorg Aw thanks 🙂 #
  • 16:42 Thought for the day: Why doesn't TV network hire me for big $ if they want my stuff? Why do people w/budgets steal & violate copyright? #
  • 00:18 @TheDarklady How does one tell the difference between columns for a Roman or a Greek bacchanal? Send me PR on NYE. Sounds intriguing. #
  • 00:20 @ChadSavage @lamaupin Hi, I just saw Sisters FTW in hating one's audience. Who are y'all thinking of in horror? #
  • 00:21 @lamaupin They are still just a friend. Unless you wake up with holes in your dancing shoes. And splam in your hair. #
  • 00:24 @lzrbnny 140 characters is hard for complexities, but I'm not following. You know I have no objection to contract girls, right? #
  • 00:30 @BillBrent Not Xmas-y, but, holy bromeliads, that is beautiful! #
  • 00:32 @ChadSavage I grow weary of people who imagine teh seks in everything I do, but communication to people who get it is half the point of art #
  • 00:32 @ChadSavage So it sounds like a truism, but people should appreciate being appreciated. #
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Sexy Santa PICS & Holiday Features Galore!

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Hunky Santa and the Candy Cane Girls

Hunky Santa and the Candy Cane Girls

by Amelia G : December 22nd, 2008 Hunky SantaWhenever I travel, I think about buying real estate wherever I am. I live in Los Angeles. I love my Hollywood neighborhood. Due to the peculiarities of the housing market, there are two houses on my block which have been for sale for over a year. I’d be pleased to own either one of them, but they both list at more than a mil, despite the fact that clearly nobody is rushing to pay that for either of them. So I rent. Even if I had a million and a half dollars to drop on real estate, which alas I currently do not, I wouldn’t spend it on something unlikely to appreciate and unlikely to sell for what I paid for it. This sort of thing causes me to drool at the costs for houses in Portland and even shopping malls in Baltimore. I travel and I think I could just write a check for a house in many cities yet I despair of ever buying one in Los Angeles. But then something like Hunky Santa rolls around and reminds me why I can never leave La-La-Land. For the last half dozen years, my favorite local mall, the Beverly Center in Beverly Hills, has featured a Hunky Santa. (I probably spend more at South Coast Plaza where I get my hair cut, but that is in another county and thus does not count as local.) This year, Hunky Santa has been getting a frantic flurry of attention, way above and beyond prior years, because they cast Eli Wilhide as Hunky Santa and he is remarkably perfect for the role, in both appearance and personality presentation. According to All Things Christmas, in order to play the sexy son of . . . ( Read more )

Alaska vs. Snowzilla

Alaska vs. Snowzilla

by Amelia G : December 22nd, 2008 snowzillaIn 2005, an Alaskan named Billy Powers and his kids built a sixteen foot snowman. It is not clear how the giant Frosty lookalike came to be known by the moniker of Snowzilla, but the attributes of being monstrously giant and made of snow probably both had something to do with it. There is nothing like an enormous snowman to capture the hearts and minds of people who love to frolic in the snow. I hope the denizens of Anchorage enjoy frolicking in the snow. According to City Data, Anchorage has a significantly above average crime rate, but Alaskans get to enjoy sixty inches of snow a year to make up for the extra arson, assault, murder, and so forth. Then again, the Anchorage airport is named after extremely indicted U.S. Senator Ted Stevens, so maybe the people of Anchorage enjoy crime more than snow after all is said and done. Somebody in Anchorage sure is Grinch-y, anyway, because city zoning stopped the Powers family and friends from completing their annual Snowzilla in 2008. Apparently, some Scrooge felt that the joyful snow behemoth disrupted . . . ( Read more )
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