Monday, August 26, 2013

Does this apply to White people, or Non-Whites more?

Here's the thing, I think this applies to EVERY situation where there is someone being taken advantage of.
Every MAN knows that he should come to a woman's defense if there's another man abusing her.

It's the same thing.

If I see a straight person abusing or bullying a gay person, it's my DUTY to step up and speak.

If you're in the "privileged" group, you should be working to help the other, and this story demonstrates it wonderfully:

I found it at UPWORTHY: One Easy Thing All White People Could Do That Would Make The World A Better Place:

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Trask Industries: If you know, you know (X-MEN!!!)

So, this is the new "secret" viral video for the next X-Men movie, "Days of Future Past" which is a commercial for TRASK INDUSTRIES. In the comics, they make the Mutant killing robots THE SENTINELS... Enjoy!

Trask Industries: Your Future - YouTube: ""

Why none of my Comic Book friends posted this yet is beyond me!

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Saturday, August 17, 2013

OMG- Prince jams a 10-minute "She's Always In My Hair", and now I think I'm moving to Denmark


I've been a big Prince fan from the 80's, and straight through even when he stopped calling himself that, to now. Recently though, I've also become a big PHISH fan, and really love the experience of their instrumental jams, and improvisational riffs on their own songs.

To see PRINCE do a 10-minute jam of one of my favorite songs is just pure JOY for me:
Watch this video while you can, I'm pretty sure it'll be taken down at some point.

3RDEYEGIRL - She's Always In My Hair (The Beautiful Experience - Aarhus, Denmark. Aug 7/2013) - YouTube: ""

On YouTube the comments are all about wanting a great full-length PRINCE concert movie, and whether or not fans would buy it. I have to admit that I think they would, but it would need to be an independent release, and I'm not so sure Warner would allow it.

And that's why more and more people will pirate stuff! Yay for a broken system!

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Friday, August 16, 2013

2 Hot Chicks Reenact Family Guy's 'Epic Chicken Fight'

The story is that 2 stuntwomen asked the internet to pay them $2800 to reenact the animated fight scene from Family Guy between Peter and "The Chicken".
Although it's not shot-for-shot, it's pretty damn good, and I'm thrilled that it only cost $2800!

And so, there IS a link between sex and violence, since I almost got a blister watching both of these violent femmes...
See what I did there?

Big Thanks to GAWKER: Internet Pays Stuntwomen to Reenact Family Guy's 'Epic Chicken Fight':

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How to Look Hot INSTANTLY

So in Half Assed Health I wrote about the idea that as long as your chest is in front of your belly, you'll look sexy. That goes for men and women... although it's easier for women.... because they have boobs.
But this video is all about how angles make a difference when you're doing a selfie:
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Yes, this is a photoshopped or something, but it gets the point across, doesn't it?

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

How A Little Girl Makes Money From Her Period

Yeah, yeah, my title is a little hyperbolic, but seriously, this is a GREAT way to sell period products!

The Camp Gyno - YouTube: ""

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Why Are Innocent Little Girls Going To Jail?

It's really easy to let the days of your life slide by.
And if you're in jail, I imagine it's even easier.

Sometimes, you need a little reminder of what is waiting for you outside:

Unbreakable Father-Daughter Bond - YouTube:

If you're not crying, you're a jerk.

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This Group Of People Is Why Everything Sucks

Finally, and answer to "Why Does Everything Suck?"
It's funny that his conclusion isn't about a certain type of people, but how our economic system has chased them, and we have followed it down a hole of shit:

Craig Ferguson Why everything sucks - YouTube: ""
I think he has an excellent point- do you?

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Dear Daughter: I Hope You Have Awesome Sex- AMEN!!!

I can't possibly "like" this short essay enough to express how much I agree with this writer.
I'm not a daddy to a daughter, but I wish this for all the women of the world.

As someone who has sex with women (although lately, only one... which is great...great), I was always confused when someone would want to prevent a woman from their enjoyment of being with me.

I know, it sounds crazy egotistic, and I can even say that not all of them were that blown away (but most were), I sincerely don't know why even women would continue this backwards idea that women should be trying to prevent their own sharing of sex.
I get it that women can get pregnant, and they need to be more careful than men do, but really- when will we drop this whole "women as sexual property" thing? It's one of those ideas that no longer applies, but we keep perpetuating it. Anyway, this guy does a better job than I do:

Dear Daughter: I Hope You Have Awesome Sex — The Good Men Project:

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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Better than Boobs- You Can Finally BE Jason Statham!

Don't be distracted by the Boobs (Did I just say that?), this video is a jaw-dropping
great use of a Go Pro Cam.

Y'know how First-Person Shooters make you feel like YOU'RE the hero in the video game?
This is the First-Person Action Movie you always wanted to star in... if you were Jason Statham:

Yes, I imagine this is a pretty Male-Oriented video, but I think even the ladies can appreciate this picture:

Here's the original:
Now This Is How You Use A Go Pro at

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Saturday, August 10, 2013

ENV2-Your Wait Is OVER (How To Make Money With Your Blog) - YouTube
When I first saw this video for the Empower Network, I was super skeptical, and downright negative on it. All of the ridiculous hype around it, and all of the "baddass" talk really turned me off, and I figured there were going to be "suckers" who jumped in until the hype passed, and everyone licked their wounds.

It took a year before I gave it a fair look, and when I did, I saw WHY people were so hyped about the Empower Network. The beginning idea is fantastic, and they just keep making it better, and better- making money for people who want to learn the system and the skills to properly market online.

If you've been on the sidelines, waiting and watching, I INSIST you click the button and get started, and see the system from the inside. It'll make all the difference.

ENV2-Your Wait Is OVER (How To Make Money With Your Blog) - YouTube: ""

It's just a matter of posting to your blog, and sharing it using the principles and tactics taught in the Empower Network products. The inner circle is weekly call that keeps you motivated, and gives you the teachings you need to market effectively online.

If you want to make money online with a blog, or make money online by blogging, then this system will teach you how to do it, while you do it!

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Funniest 6 second vines of 2013 SO FAR!

I saw this video because... well... the bikini.

But then I laughed SO OFTEN at the several 6-second videos, I had to share it.
There's some group of guys that have really taken advantage of the 6-second format, that as a performer, I was really inspired. ENJOY!

Greatest Vines 2013 — The Best 11 Minutes and 38 Seconds of Your Day - YouTube: ""

Would you like to be able to waste time like I do and make more money than you would at a job?

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All Women Get It, But Only Some Men Do... in 30 seconds?

This makes 2 fantastic points to me:
1- That women are traditionally taught to deny their desires
2- Men teach them that.

Yes, I'm a man, and I just think that when we stop this teaching, that we might actually have more of the kinds of women we say we want...
I mean, she's sexy as hell, isn't she?


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Chris Hayes' Tirade Against White Culture, and Why I Love It

So, before you get too far in this post, I want you to know that this is a SATIRE, but not in the "funny haha" way that many people think.

It is possibly the BEST way for people to see why the arguments made by the right wing shows like Bill O'Reilly are so baseless and ludicrous. If you find this video to be KER-AZY (and most people do), then realize that it's crazy no matter who they are talking about. Bravo Chris Hayes, you're my new Hero:

Chris Hayes Mocks Bill O'Reilly w/ Satirical Tirade Against White Culture - July 30, 2013 - YouTube:

Please Share this with everyone you have ever known.

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Guilt is not a currency

Guilt is not a currency.

It cannot be traded
It cannot be used to exchange for someone's feelings.

It cannot be given.

Guilt doesn't do anything if it doesn't cause some other action;
It's just a feeling.

No more valid and no more valuable than irritation, annoyance, or hunger.

It can be used to manipulate, but it really does nothing for the injured party.

It gives them nothing.

You cannot feel guilty enough to make it right, so why not see what you can do to make it right?
Or at least do something to abolish the feeling.

Some people think that if they feel guilty enough, that it excuses the wrongdoing.
"Oh, but I feel really guilty about it", so now everything is ok.

It is not.

You have to DO something to even the scales.

But what if you can't? What if what is done is done, and you can't change it, and guilt seems to be all you have left?

Well, I have a situation like that.

I had an aunt, actually my mother's aunt on her father's side who I called "Tia". In Spanish, "Tia" means aunt, but there's a little more to it. You can call someone a "Tia" if they take care of you.

Well, My Tia did a lot more than that.

She fed me, clothed me, rubbed my belly when it was sick, taught me spanish, cared for me, looked after me, helped my mother with me, held me, kissed me, laughed with me, laughed about me, and joyed in my being around.

She LOVED me.

She loved me pretty much as her own, since she had no children.

If anyone on this Earth missed the calling of motherhood, it was Tia.
Sometimes people wait for a situation that never comes.

She wasn't my actual mother though, so I didn't live with her.
She lived a whole 2 blocks away.

When I got old enough to start taking care of myself, I saw her less and less.
Two blocks seemed so far, and I was so busy with listening to music and getting my hair right.

I'd see her at family functions, and by the time I was a teenager, I was far too self-involved to reciprocate fully what she had given me for so much of my life.

I happened to be around the night before she died, and when I saw her in the hospital I was unprepared mentally or emotionally for what was happening. I hadn't really had anyone close to me die.

I retreated into an impatient adolescent cave.

Tubes coming out of her, and unable to speak, she tried to write something to me, which as I mentioned, I had no patience for. My mom told me that she was "trying to say goodbye", but I don't think I understood.

Don't get me wrong, I was 19 or so, and should have.
I should have seen what was happening.

I wish I had seen that the love I could always count on, the love I ignored for the past 10 years was going away, and it was going away unappreciated.

I said some sort of "Yeah, whatever" and gave her an obligatory kiss.

And that was it.

I lost her, and I can't possibly regret my actions more.

I wish I had visited more.
I wish I had laughed with her more
I wish I had shared with her more.
I wish I had given her more.

I wish I had said "Thank you for loving me".
Not just in that moment of goodbye, but with every day I had on Earth.

But i didn't feel it then.
I didn't feel it for years.
Maybe a decade.

Then it hit me; She was gone.

I remembered the way she held me, kissed me, soothed me, laughed with me, and loved me.
I realized that I had missed the chance to reflect it back. That I wouldn't ever get to stop by
and visit while she was sick... and she was sick for a long time.

I would visit later.
Later never came.

And all I was left with was guilt.
Guilt that I have carried around.

Guilt that I thought I couldn't do anything about.

But after feeling guilty about something totally unrelated, I realized that I could do something.
I realized that even though she was gone, that I could make sure it didn't happen again.
I realized that more than that, I could be the person who would remember the people who have loved me.

Because Love isn't just an emotion; Love is a verb.

I could choose to share my love, and give it like she did, being the kind of person who would make her proud, and let her know that she gave me the wish to be like her, and even if I come across someone who only takes, that I could still love them.

The guilt wasn't currency enough, so I am choosing to exchange it for love.

And LOVE is something you can give.

I'd appreciate it if you shared this post.
And if you don't, remember that your guilt doesn't help either :-)

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