A Story …

Originally posted on Eric Lahti:
I’m not sure why this popped into my head, but it did.  It’s kind of a rambling story but if you stick it out until the end you’ll learn a bit about where my sense of humor comes from.  Unlike most of what I write, this is all true. Back in ’87 or ’88, when I was in high school, I learned I’d need a fine arts credit if I wanted to graduate.  Since staying at Farmington High School for the rest of my life wasn’t high on my list of things I wanted to… Continue reading A Story …

Bras don’t work in the dark … or do they?

Originally posted on Maxpower's Blog:
Bras don’t work in the dark. That’s a fact. Well it is from the perspective of a very particular if not peculiar, male demographic. Lingerie is designed with multi-purpose; to I assume offer some comfort and support, as well as offering the wearer a certain sense of self-confidence and thus creating a positive self-image. In addition to this there is the effect it can have on the male of the species, in that it can arouse the ardour in a man, hence my opening statement that a bra doesn’t work in the dark, at… Continue reading Bras don’t work in the dark … or do they?

Amazon.co.uk: IAN D. MOORE’s review of Muse

Amazon.co.uk: IAN D. MOORE’s review of Muse. Customer Review  A rollercoaster ride of emotions and enlightenment, 6 Aug. 2015 By IAN D. MOORE Verified Purchase(What is this?) This review is from: Muse (Kindle Edition) 4.5 STARS Firstly, let me begin by saying that I’ve read a fair few indie books of late and a few have been debut novels too. This is one such debut novel as I understand it, and is far and away in a much higher league than others that I have read recently. I thought by the blurb that it might be a little too “girly” for me … Continue reading Amazon.co.uk: IAN D. MOORE’s review of Muse