Part three of my honeymoon cruise around the Caribbean. Previously I described the murder ship we sailed out on, and our first port of call – Costa Maya. The next day we descended on the small third world country of Belize. Unlike Costa Maya, they did not attempt to cover up the poverty. Belize City, … More My Honeymoon: Second Stop- Belize
With the preliminaries all covered in the previous blog, the wedding and the murder ship – The Rhapsody of the Seas, let’s move onto all of the exotic sights my child bride and I saw. But let’s remember, every night was a party aboard with unlimited drinks, so we tended to be somewhat groggy during … More My Honeymoon: First Stop -Costa Maya
Well I did it. I tied the knot. Left the MGTOW world behind and settled down as a responsible man, full of determination and seriousness. And after a healthy dose of breaking my back as a good provider and new devotee to the Protestant Work Ethic, I will be able to retire in several decades … More My Honeymoon
The first part of this poem was in the article from last week, and now we are continuing out on with the rather long, semi-pornographic poem on the joys of being whipped. The authorship of the poem had been long contested. It was originally credited to George Coleman the Younger a playwright known for his … More The Rodiad pt. 2: Flagellation Made Fun!
Have you ever wondered about the wedding at Cana? The one Heyzeus and his boys crashed around 31 CE. The actual location of Cana, if there ever was one, is unknown. It may have been any one of a dozen little villages in Galilee, or it may have been lost to time, or it may … More The Wedding at Cana- What a Lousy Miracle!
This collection of texts was originally called The General History of the Things of New Spain (it loses something in the translation), but is now mostly referred to as the Florintine Codex. This is a series of books produced over thirty years by Franciscan friar Bernardino de Sahagún, who worked with the surviving Aztec elders … More Florentine Codex: Midwife Adresses the Woman WHo Has Died in Childbirth
As we all know, or should all know, or if you don’t know you’re an ignorant twat that needs to retake the fifth grade, the continents of North and South America were named after the Italian explorer, Amerigo Vespucci. The reason why, the two landmasses were named after him and not Columbus was in the … More Accidental Eunich Creation Observed by Amerigo Vespucci – 1504
Giacomo Casanova is best now remembered for his sexual escapades in 18th Century Italy. Of course that was not his only achievement, he gained a doctorate at 16, advised kings, ran several successful businesses, was an ambassador, and an accomplished violinist- among other things. He was not in fact considered the greatest lover of his … More Casanova Describes Losing His Virginity to Two Sisters
Every generation thinks they invented sex. Because of certain puritanical regulations laid down on early film and tv media, it’s easy to think of our ancestors as being prissy, frigid, and scared of sex. Nothing was further from the truth. Let’s not forget the same generation that went to fight the Nazis (The Greatest Generation) … More Presidential Sex Scandals- Warren Harding and the White House Coat Closet
Now while this statement should seem almost self-evident (it’s practically a tautology), I’ve noticed that the current trend in the traditional genres of escapism (Fantasy, Superhero, & Science Fiction) is for the work to become more and more preachy. As if they’re using the medium to talk down and “educate” the idiot masses. Sometimes it’s … More Escapist Literature Should be Mostly Escapism