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Thursday, September 4th, 2008
2:18 pm
Writer's Block: Sarah Palin?
Is Sarah Palin a shrewd choice for the Republican Party, or is she a liability?

She's a total nutjob, and a thinly veiled attempt to pander to the lowest common denominator (ie, stupid women who want somebody just like them...)
Wednesday, April 9th, 2008
10:53 am
Here are some more sexy gaining girls!

Tobey, at http://www.plumpdolls.com/Tobey/main.html

Asshley, at http://www.bigbuttasshley.com

Roxxie, at http://clips4sale.com/store/18516 and http://www.myspace.com/bodaciousroxxie

Girlscandance/Romanpolanski at http://www.curvage.com- user: girlscandance, and

Sheryl, at http://www.youtube.com/user/straussercheryl

Ok that's it for now... Enjoy checking out all the gaining girls, and tell them how awesome you think they are!
Thursday, February 7th, 2008
11:58 am
Another sexy gaining girl I forgot to mention is the lovely Kellie, at www.bbwpinups.com/kelliehome.htm

She's super hot, and quickly approaching a luscious 500 lbs!!! Apparently since she's been modelling, she's gained around 200 lbs... mmm...
Monday, January 14th, 2008
9:15 am
I'm a huge (no pun intended!) fan of big girls. That's no shocker of course... What I also like is seeing smaller girls become big girls, or big girls getting even bigger. Girls gaining weight is such a hot, sexy thing... Anyway, I've assembled a list of girls who are currently getting fatter and more luscious. Show them your support by joining their sites, and telling them how awesome you think they are!

Reenaye Starr, at http://www.bbwpinups.com/reenayehome.htm

Ivy, at www.hotfattygirl.com

Lola, at http://www.bbwpinups.com/lolahome.htm

Ayracelis, at http://www.bbwpinups.com/ayraceliswelcome.htm

SupaThick, at http://www.supathickmami.com

Gaining Goddess, at www.gaininggoddess.com

Lailani, at http://www.southern-charms4.com/lailani/main.htm

Sasha, at sasha.bigcuties.com

Jae, at jae.bigcuties.com

Aurora, at http://aurora.bigcuties.com/

Heather, at heatherbbw.com

Tamara, at http://supersizedbombshells.com/Tamara/index.html

Ok well that's it for now... I might add some later if I get a chance... ;)

Allright here's a couple more...

Autymn Marie: cravinthecurves17 on www.curvage.com/forum (you have to sign up to use the forum)

GettinCuurvy222 also on curvage

Cinnamon, at http://www.southern-charms.com/cinnamon

Squishgoesbelly aka plumpkin, at http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=squishgoesbelly

I'll post more later!
Wednesday, June 27th, 2007
12:43 pm
Doing my part for the environment...
Ok, so I'm not one of these granola-eating, birkenstock-wearing, beard-growing hippie types. I drive a car, I don't knit my own clothes out of hemp, and I eat meat. I wouldn't want to be one of those hippie types. However, I recognize the importance of saving energy, and protecting the environment.

This year, I've been really involved with saving energy and recycling. This spring, I started a "campaign" if you will, to change a bunch of the most frequently used lights in and around the house to compact fluorescents. So far, I've changed about 20, saving an estimated $10-15 a month on electricity. Looking around the house, we now have a lot of appliances that are Energy-Star certified. My computer (well, all the computers now), the dishwasher, the washing machine (actually it's the most efficient one you can buy), the dryer, the TV, the microwave oven, the refrigerator... We even have a programmable thermostat, to save money on heating and cooling. Lets see... I also insulated the hot water pipes, turned down the water temperature, and I close drapes at midday in the summer, to keep the place cooler.

In all honesty, it makes sense to be environmentally friendly. If not out of concern for the planet, then at least out of the desire to save money! I mean, we'd probably be paying an extra 50 bucks or more every month if we were using non-efficient appliances. That's a lot of beer money!

Not only are we saving money, but using less energy helps to reduce pollution generated from power plants as well. So, I'm taking these little steps, but I always wonder what else I can be doing. I always feel like I can be doing more...

What I'd like to do is save energy and reduce waste, but without causing a great deal of personal sacrifice. The way I figure, if saving the environment is easy and comfortable, the more people will do it. It's just a bonus if it ends up putting more money in your pocket too!

Current Mood: optimistic
Monday, June 25th, 2007
6:53 pm
There was something I have been seeing on the highway recently... Truck trailers with these mud flaps with this odd logo on them, that looks like a "W" with an anchor below it. My first reaction was, "haha, that guy has 'wanker' on his truck". But then I found out it's the emblem of a real trailer manufacturing company, Wilson Trailers. Don't believe me? Check it out yourself, at www.wilsontrailer.com
Friday, December 15th, 2006
4:04 am
ahh, drunken board gaming...
My roommates and I were sitting around drinking beer, celebrating the end of exam period. One of my roommates looked at the copy of the "home improvement" (based on that tv show) board game we had sitting around (he found it really cheap at a garage sale one day) and suggested we play. Well, since we had nothing better to do, we cleared off a section of the table and started setting it up. However, as he started reading the manual on how to actually play, we became less and less interested in playing. Too many rules, not enough fun. In fact, it sounded like the least fun board game we had ever seen.

So, what does my creative roommate suggest we do? Set fire to it!

Yes, we took the entire game out back, and set it on fire. It burned surprisingly well, and all thats left is a blackened pile of ash. Ahh, good times. To top it off, they peed on the fire to put it out. Yes, that will show game manufacturers to make complicated games for drunk people....

Current Mood: drunk
Friday, June 9th, 2006
4:58 pm
No, I do not want to get the lastest generation of smileys!!!

Ugh, these stupid ads are everywhere! Not only are they insulting to my intelligence, they're also just plain irritating, since some of them make "cute" noises on mouseover. Who clicks on these things anyway? Is anyone actually interested in getting more msn messenger smileys? Is anyone actually going to pay for them?

Here's what I propose. If a site displays these stupid, intrusive ads, you should write to their admin and complain. Complain every day if you have to! If enough people bitch and whine about these, maybe they'll get the hint and take these stupid ads off.

Smileys... honestly, people!
Saturday, May 13th, 2006
11:15 am
Allright, I was in the gym yesterday, and I noticed (for the 245267th time) all the people with these ridiculous tattoos. Maybe I'm old school, but I remember the days when only sailors, bikers, and prisoners had tattoos. Now it's a trendy thing to do (which makes me wonder what they're going to do when it's not trendy anymore...). Ok, if you want to get a tattoo, I won't stop you. I've seen ones that were very nicely done, and artistic. What irritates me is when guys get these "tribal" designs around their arm.

Honestly, a tribal design? What tribe? You're some middle class white kid! Nobody in your family has ever been in a tribe! What makes matters worse is that these guys think it'll be "cool" to get something like that, because it makes them look tough and original. Real original, guys. There are only about 55 million other guys out there who've gotten the exact same tattoo. And it looks stupid on all of them. Same thing with the "barbed wire" design. That just makes you look even trashier.

Women aren't blameless either! What's with those weird, triangular swirly designs over the lumbar area? They all look the same, and mean absolutely nothing. "Oh, it's a Celtic design, and my great grandmother's aunt's best friend was from Ireland..." Riiight. The Celts had some artwork that featured vines and such, but they never would've tattooed it on themselves. Tattooing was brought to us by sailors who saw caribbean natives cutting their skin and rubbing charcoal into it, to make designs. Even if some Celts did this, why would you? You just got this ridiculous tattoo because you saw it on someone else, or you saw it on the wall in the tattoo place.

Wow, you guys are super original. Get a tribal tattoo on your arm and a vine thing on your back, and hey while you're at it, wear your hat backwards and listen to Beyoncé... Idiots.

Current Mood: irritated
Tuesday, April 4th, 2006
5:42 pm
With the somewhat warmer spring weather upon us, I've noticed that the girls around here are starting to wear their warm-weather clothing again. Yes, this means tight, skimpy outfits, belly shirts, skirts, and low cut tops. The great thing is, there are so many fat girls around!

I just love it when I see a big girl wearing something that in the past, only some skinny chick would be allowed to wear. Midriff baring shirts are just amazing when worn by a girl with a nice, round, chubby belly. So many big girls are wearing tight pants, that just accentuate their love handles and ample asses. I love seeing girls like that walk around, because there's always so much jiggling going on!

I just wish I could meet a girl like that, who is not only confident to show her body like that, but also loves being a BBW. Even better would be a girl who didn't mind putting on a few pounds, hehe.

Another thing I've thought about is how awesome it would be to be with a really really big girl. I'm talking like, close to 400 lbs or more. So many curves, so much jiggling, so much to play with! I've been somewhat close before (biggest girl I ever dated was around 320), but I wonder what it would be like... I see girls like Largenlovely, Heather, Sable, DreamBBW and others, and think to myself "man, if only I could play with some of that... If only I could get to touch all that flesh!". Too bad they're all so far away from me, and I can only see photos of them. Photos are good, but the real thing up close is even better!

So... if you're a big girl in my area, give me a shout! I'd love to hear from you!

Current Mood: horny
Sunday, February 12th, 2006
12:43 pm
Something that really irritates me is all these "quack" remedies. Yes, I realize that doctors don't have all the answers all the time, and that many medical treatments do have side effects. But some would have you "throw out the baby with the bathwater" and forego scientific medical treatment altogether.

These quackeries range from semi-effective, to total bullshit.

Here are some examples:

Chiropractors-- The basis for their profession was this one guy in the 19th century who believed he could cure physical ailments by realigning your spinal vertebrae. He wrote about "subluxations" which would supposedly cause all kinds of disorders. This model is still used today unfortunately, although modern chiropractors have toned down the angle that they can cure all diseases. Modern chiropractors focus on the spine and back pain (and sometimes pain from compressed nerves). They use tissue manipulation and a few other techniques to relieve pain and hopefully restore range of motion. They also use some other devices which have no scientific basis at all, and are no better than a placebo. People do find relief from chiropractic, but this is likely due to the deep tissue manipulation, which is very similar to massage therapy. It kind of makes you wonder: why go to a chiropractor when all you really need is a massage? I should add that if vertebrae are severely misaligned or damaged, no amount of manual manipulation will fix that. Surgery and or physiotherapy are the only cure.

Homeopathy-- The science of pharmacology has shown us that the more of a drug you take, the more effect it will have (whether good or bad). Drugs have specific mechanisms of action, related to their chemical properties and how they behave in the body. Homeopathy is the total opposite: homeopaths say that a substance will be more effective, the more dilute it is. What the hell? Just look at some of the dilutions they use. The standards for dilution make their "treatments" so dilute that many people won't get a single molecule of it. Avogadro's number states that there are a certain amount of molecules in a certain quantity of a substance. If you keep diluting this substance, you'll get to a point where you will have NO molecules left. Proponents of homeopathy say that it doesn't matter if there are molecules in there or not-- some sort of magical thing happens to the solvent to make it effective... Or something... This is just the placebo effect, plain and simple. If a patient gets better, homeopathy must've worked!-- yeah right... A good chunk of diseases will get better without medical intervention anyway. Just because the patient gets better doesn't mean the treatment worked...

Christian Science-- There really shouldn't be "science" in this term at all... These are a bunch of religious nutjobs who think that medical treatment should be avoided and all diseases can be cured by prayer and shit like that. There have been horror stories of people dying of diseases that would be easily curable, but their "faith" prevents seeking treatment. Actually, come to think of it, it's kind of self-limiting isn't it? These nutters will die from relatively minor illnesses, leaving the rest of us in peace. Or something like that...

The main danger from "alternative" treatments is that you'll delay effective treatment, and let your condition get worse. Sure, if you're already undergoing conventional treatment and want to try something in addition to it, go ahead. Just don't give up on real medicine, and don't be too disappointed when your alternative cure doesn't work.

For more information on this, go to www.quackwatch.org

Current Mood: frustrated
Monday, January 16th, 2006
5:04 pm
Fat and sensuality
I'm not quite sure what it is, but I'm really intrigued by the idea of a girl getting fat, especially when she is doing it intentionally. I've always loved seeing thin girls get chunky, and chunky girls getting chunky-er, but when a girl puts on weight and loves it, that's something special. A girl like that has chosen to ignore the nonsense in popular culture about having to be thin to fit in. That's a girl who loves herself and won't deny herself the pleasures in life, like good food.

I think it goes hand-in-hand with being sensual. A sensual person loves things for the way they richly stimulate the senses. I for example love the way certain foods taste, or the way certain things (like massages or hot tubs) feel. I'm a big fan of the "ahhh...." factor, when you experience something very pleasurable. That being said, I'm not fat at all, because I don't really get that from fat or eating lots of food. I just get it from eating certain treats sometimes. Too much of one thing would just make me sick, and when that happens, so much for feeling sensual...

See, I'd like to meet a girl who finds eating a sensual experience, but also loves the feeling of being fat. A girl who not only accepts her body, but loves it and admires it. I think girls who like gaining (or at least just being 'feedees' or 'foodees') are well in tune with this whole food-body sensuality thing. It is my educated opinion that all the feedee or foodee girls out there are incredibly sensual people. They just can't get enough of the certain feeling that being fat and eating good food gives them.

I am so glad girls like that exist. The only problem is, they're somewhat rare! There's no shortage of big girls, but big girls who like their bodies are in the minority. Big girls who love being fat and love to eat are an even smaller subset of that. I just wonder, how do you identify a feedee-type girl, or one who would be receptive to that? Furthermore, how do you meet a girl like that? Do you just find the nearest all-you-can-eat buffet and try to pick up the girl who keeps coming back to the buffet? :P

I'd welcome comments on this. Your own thoughts on the matter, or whatever.


Current Mood: chipper
Monday, October 17th, 2005
7:29 pm
You know what irritates me to no end? The kind of ultra-low-level literacy that you see on the internet. FOR EXAMPLE, I REALLY HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE WRITE AN ENTIRE MESSAGE OR DOCUMENT IN CAPS LIKE THIS! I mean really-- turn off your 'caps lock', you idiot! OMG, IH8 ppl hu right like this-- do u c wut i meen? For crying out loud-- you should've paid attention in the third grade when they were teaching spelling and grammar.

Another thing I've noticed-- so many useless products preying on the naive and the stupid. I just came across one site for a fake company called Salmedica, which apparently makes all kinds of supplements. These supplements claim to cure all kinds of disorders, but every page carries the disclaimer "warning, not approved by the FDA". Immediately, my bullshit alarm starts screaming. See, that's why I don't go near any so-called "nutritional supplements". FDA approval isn't required! All they have to prove is that the product will not kill consumers. Basically the same criteria as for food. It doesn't have to do anything; it just has to be non-toxic.

I laugh at those meathead jock types who go to the "nutrition store" to get their muscle stuff. Are they wasting their money? Almost certainly. Can you get proper nutrition from regular food? Absolutely. Even as a bodybuilder? Yep. "Let's go spend $50 on a tub of super muscle max powder!" Right... or you could just use that money to buy actual food... Idiots.

I think humans are getting stupider as time goes by.
Saturday, August 13th, 2005
11:41 am
On lying...
Ok, our parents always told us that it's best to tell the truth, and lying is bad, and so on. In most cases, honesty is a good thing. It helps strengthen trust in personal and professional relationships, and gives you a good reputation. Everybody wants to deal with an honest businessman; someone who will tell it "like it is" and not deceive anybody. For example, I keep coming back to this particular mechanic, because he is very honest and up front about everything (not to mention organized and very knowledgeable). However, there is another side to honesty.

What I'm talking about is minor lies. Lies of convenience, if you will. In many cases, it just doesn't make sense to be completely honest. Like the guys were discussing on an episode of Rescue Me, so many pointless discussions could've been avoided by lying. If my significant other says to me: "do you like this new outfit I'm wearing?" and I tell the truth and say "no, I don't care for it", it'll start a big scene, and I don't really care to get into that. On the other hand, if I lie and say "yep", that's the end of it. Another example is if either she or a family member asks "where were you last night?". Well, I could be honest and say "I was out drinking, tried to score with some girl I know, and went to a strip club". Or, I could lie and say "Oh, just out with the guys". And that avoids a whole discussion.

Generally, being honest is good. But come on, sometimes lying just makes things so much easier.
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005
11:03 pm
The "interesting" vocabulary of newsmen...
Ok, I've noticed something. In news reports, usually from American sources, there is a strong tendency to refer to terrorist attacks as "cowardly" and the perpetrators as "cowards". I always thought this was a little odd. Perhaps someone could shed some light on this, but it seems like the media is required to use those words...

A coward is a person who out of fear, acts selfishly; one who lacks courage. The thing is, doesn't it take a lot of brashness and a very cavalier attitude to perpetrate terrorist attacks? Intentionally blowing yourself to bits isn't what I'd call cowardly. It's horrible, despicable, evil... but not cowardly. Ok, it's not exactly courageous and brave (seeing as how those words mean acts done for good purposes), but it definitely takes a lot of "balls".

Cowardly is blindly believing everything that the government or Fox News tells you. Cowardly is never standing up for what is right and just. Cowardly is telling lies and spreading fear, just to further your political agenda and increase your wealth. Just like Dubya and his cronies did... I wonder if those guys have ever told the truth in their lives...

Ok, so bottom line: blowing yourself up and killing innocent people is not cowardly by any means, but it is definitely evil.

Truth be told, I don't really listen to the news much. So much bullshit and bad news out there. My dad likes watching the evening news. Personally I can't stand it. Nothing but bad news, all the time.

Current Mood: pensive
Thursday, July 14th, 2005
12:18 pm
I heart bellies!
Still no progress in the "getting laid" department. I need to meet a horny, sexy, plump girl. A girl with a nice round belly and big butt would be great. Either that, or a pregnant girl. Some guys look at a girl's tits first, but not me-- I look at the belly first. A girl with a great belly is the sexiest thing ever!

Current Mood: horny
Wednesday, July 6th, 2005
11:55 pm
I was listening to my friend's itunes library, for lack of anything better to do. I set it to random play, and I came across one song, called Cellophane, by Amanda Ghost. It's not a bad song, but I kept thinking: "I've heard this before!". I thought about it, and I realized that it's very similar to the song "Old Man", by Neil Young. I thought it was so similar that only the lyrics were changed, and all the instrumental was the same. Anyone else heard this song? Anybody else notice the similarity?

I wonder if there are going to be any lawsuits... hmm...

Current Mood: naughty
Friday, July 1st, 2005
10:34 am
Last night, when I went to the gym, all the girls there seemed kind of bitchy. I don't know what it was, but none of them wanted to talk to anyone, and they seemed none-too-happy to be there. There were also two chicks with these t-shirts saying "14:6" on the back, with the words "truth never dies" on the front. I had no idea what this means, so I looked it up on google, and apparently it's some religious bullshit. Man, I hate bible-thumpers. They're so stupid, ignorant and out of touch with reality. Argh!

Anyway, I'm going to hang out with a cute fat girl today, which should be fun. Big booty and everything... mmm... I think today should be fun.

Current Mood: optimistic
Monday, June 27th, 2005
10:31 pm
Just call me the Mac daddy...
I was reading the June issue of Consumer Reports, a few days ago. One article was on personal computers. They compared a bunch of popular models from many manufacturers, and rated them according to value, performance, reliability, support, and user-friendliness. I think there were some other categories too, but I can't remember right now. Anyway, the Apple computers they tested (a new iMac, an eMac, and an iBook) rated first by a large margin in terms of reliability and support. The lowest in those categories was Compaq and Gateway. They also said that the Apples were very easy for users to set up and use, although some users might be put off by the smaller number of software programs that will run on an Apple. Personally, I'll take this tradeoff for greater reliability, great support, ease of use, stability, and fantastic security.

For the past 6 years I've only had Apple computers, and I see no reason to break that trend. I've never had a virus, never had a hard drive crash, never any tech support problems, and never problems with spyware. My old 2nd generation iMac had a modem burned out after a lightning strike, but that was it. That computer was purchased in 1999, and it's still going strong today, although I rarely use it now. A Mac might be more expensive than a windows pc, but man, it's worth every penny. I'd recommend a Mac to anyone except hardcore computer gamers. There are plenty of new and great games available for Mac OS, but it's only a minority of games that run on both Windows and Mac OS. I accept this, mostly because I outgrew the need to play games years ago. I still play games, but only occasionally, and mostly it's the older games I like. Besides-- sure, computers are way more powerful than the console machines (Xbox, PS2, etc.), but they're many times more expensive, and system requirements keep getting more demanding. That's why I say, to hell with staying current in computer games. You'll go broke keeping your computer up to spec!

Current Mood: satisfied
Tuesday, June 7th, 2005
10:40 pm
as a taxpayer...
Ok, I just saw something that made me think. I saw this article/poster thing, and this prominent member of the community was quoted as saying "as a tax paying citizen, I feel that..." Allright buddy, hold it right there. We figured you're a citizen, but isn't it a little redundant to refer to yourself as a taxpayer? It's stupid, is what it is. EVERYBODY pays taxes in some form or another. Well, everyone except small children and people living like Robinson Crusoe, but that's another story entirely. It irritates me when people bitch and complain about things, and use the "taxpayer" title to describe their position. For example, "I'm a taxpayer and I think this is just a huge waste, blah blah blah". Wake up, buddy. Everybody is a taxpayer. Just because you have a big property tax bill on your hugely unneccesary suburban house doesn't make you any more special than anybody else. I don't care how much taxes you pay; you're still just a numpty like everyone else.

So, if you start complaining about something and use the words "as a taxpayer..." or "I'm a taxpayer...", I will kick you in the nuts.
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