Monthly Archives: May 2019

Erotic Fridays: Yusef Komunyakaa

Here’s today’s poet, Yusef Komunyakaa. Yusef Komunyakaa was born in 1947 in the quiet mill town of Bogalusa, Louisiana. Son of a carpenter he was raised in a house of few books at the beginning of the civil rights movement. … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday: Last Daegu Pic

I saved the best for last. This little one pretty much followed me around for the better part of the year.  I missed him the most! Very sweet kid. F. M. Laster “I only like two kinds of men, domestic … Continue reading

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Missy: Gossip Folks

Baby… this here wayback had a hell lot of talent in this here video. Less chat, just check it out. Make it a good one. F. M. Laster “I only like two kinds of men, domestic and imported.” -Mae West

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Travel Tuesday: Yaxha

Here’s today’s travel spot, Yaxha. The early Mayans built Yaxha on a ridge overlooking a lake by the same name – Yaxha translates as blue-green water in the Mayan language. It’s located in Peten region close to the border with … Continue reading

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Black Barbie Chronicles: Even More Korean Street Food

This is in various variations throughout Korea.  The concept is this same, but different toppings and the way the cone was displayed.  Everyplace where I had the street ice cream cone was perfection. Each vendor took pride in their work … Continue reading

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Music Sunday: Hole

“Pee girl get’s the belt; the old milk makes me mind.”- Hole This is my all time fav from the Love Through This album. F. M. Laster “I only like two kinds of men, domestic and imported.” -Mae West

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Noir Saturday: Dead Reckoning

Ah, another Bogey film. This week’s offering is Dead Reckoning. War heroes Rip Murdock (Humphrey Bogart) and Johnny Drake (William Prince) are sent to Washington, D.C., by train, but are not told why. During the trip, they learn they’re about to … Continue reading

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