I’m a big believer in free speech and our abilities as consenting adults to entertain ourselves however we see fit within the confines of our own homes. Without such rights, think about all the bad sit-coms that would have been cancelled right after the pilot. So it’s a good thing. I am a citizen of a nation where (at least in my elementary school in the 1970s) children are told they can become anything they want and achieve anything they can dream of…if they are willing to work hard for it.
So here’s to the men and women who have used their brain-power for the betterment of humanity. And in the case of Douglas Hines, the sex-bot he’s manufactured that can be yours for only 7 big ones. Congrats!
Holy smokes, the things that folks do to themselves in the name of a good time. I ran across this article tonight and was struck by two immediate needs: clench my thighs together and start writing. What in the name of anything worth shouting were these two thinking!!! Apparently things need some “shaking up” down in Lexington Park, MD because the late twentysomethings are implementing power tools in ways not endorsed by Norm Abram.
Two suggestions: If your sex life is in that dire need of spicing up and you are only 27, you might need to invest in some couples counseling instead of a saber saw and an adult toy. And, if you seriously thought this was a good idea, you worry me. Greatly.
Alright, I admit that is a bit of a sensational headline, but it will make sense. I promise.
My husband and I have an absurd collection of on-line sources for news and information. Of course, my bookmarks are limited to news sources such as The BBC, MSNBC, and The Huffington Post. You know, “normal” places to keep up with the state of the world and such things. My husband has all kinds of computer-geek sites as well so he can stay quite up-to-date on the latest gadget he needs to salivate over. However, we are both fans of Reddit.com and Digg.com. And last night, apparently someone posted a review of the best sexual aids of 2008 out on Reddit.
Of course, he had to take a look. And what I hear is, “Hey, look at what you can buy on Amazon these days.”