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by bushwackerbob
2 years ago
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Re: The Concept of Forced Orgasms

I agree, the villain by making her cum is playing her like a musical instrument, using just the right keys to get her to hit the high notes. I do think that when this happens it is important that the heroine must articulate her helplessness and lack of power to control the situation, otherwise we ha...
by bushwackerbob
2 years ago
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Re: Do you have a superheroine fetish or are you a fan of superheroes?

The shows were silly but you knew how it made you feel!!! I wasn't a fan of the shows! They were poorly written with sfx!! It was just seeing Superheroine that made it something you never missed Yeah, it is how it fetish works!!! You see something that gets you excited and incorporate it into your ...
by bushwackerbob
2 years ago
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Re: Invisible Woman: Hard to See Her Like This

I like where this is going, seems like a very promising story, I look forward to reading more to this story.
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: The Fundamental Question

I think there is also something primal in us that enjoys seeing the mighty fall, whether that be celebrities, politicians, pro athletes, reality stars, wealthy individuals, etc. Seeing superheroines getting taken down I think is an extension of that dynamic. For me, it's almost like a scale, where y...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: The Fundamental Question

That's a tough question to get a definitive answer to. I think people can get here from different places. For example, there are women on the forum who share this fetish. They may be coming at it from completely different angles. Personally, I was 8 or 9 years old when I saw a comic book cover depi...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Is Helen Slater still the definitive live action Supergirl?

Helen Slater played her for 124 minutes in a rather odd, bizarre movie that is rather unknown to the wider public. Melissa Benoist will have played her for about 5300 minutes (+Crossovers)..... and let's say 3 seasons were really good. + Melissa played her very well + Melissa's skirt/pantyhose/boot...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I simply do not understand this reluctance to wear the mask thing. How does someone having to wear a mask infringe upon someone's freedom? It simply does not cost anyone anything to wear one. The good news is that if you are in my area and are in a supermarket without a mask, you will be asked to le...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I believe in rugged individualism, in being, living life to the fullest, expressing one's individuality, I just don't want to be someone who is responsible for inadvertently infecting another person and them losing their lives over my callous disregard for another person's life. I do think you are r...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Talk of spikes etc. at this point. Irrelevant. We have never got rid of a coronavirus that has become endemic, even those we do have vaccines for. It simply will not happen. In fact, the only virus that was technically eradicated is Smallpox (technically, as we still see small outbreaks even now), ...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Damselbinder wrote: 1 year ago Why, what an argumentatively convenient little axiom you've found for yourself. Well done.
Seriously though, I have regrettably come to the conclusion that due to Trump's completely effed up handling of this pandemic that he deserved to lose the election.
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I hadn't heard that about finding the hospitalizations spike via Google earth, but just logically they told world about it in January, that's likely to be at very earliest a few weeks into the outbreak, largely because it occurred in the winter and the symptoms are very flu like and the fatalities ...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

A lot of crap that has nothing to do with COVID-19 relief efforts is in this new U.S stimulus package. How can anyone with a good conscience vote for this thing? In my mind, a lot of this stuff is taking advantage of the pain and untold suffering that this pandemic has caused in order to pay for bul...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Under this COVID-19 relief bill: Kennedy Center $26,400,000 Smithsonian $1,000,000,000 National Art Gallery $154,000,000 National Arts and Humanities $167,000,000 Woodrow Wilson Center $74,000,000 plus exorbitant sums paid to countries such as Egypt, Sudan, Ukraine, Israel, Nepal, Burma, Cambodia, P...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I totally understand if some folks out there are nervous about taking the COVID vaccine, that these vaccines were rushed in production, bypassing many of the regulatory safeguards in order to get it out to the public, so I get the hesitation out there. Having said that, I personally have no issue wi...
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I am really pissed off. I was on another site ruminating on the death of Hank Aaron when some bloke chimed in with his assertion that the 86 year old Aaron died from taking the COVID vaccine. After making the argument that playing the percentages, that taking the vaccine will to an extremely overwhe...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

05sb-brady-mahomes-cover-videoSixteenByNineJumbo1600-v2.jpg Will Brady be the GOAT or will Mahomes ruin the party??? Until I see Mahomes with 6 or 7 SB rings, Brady will always be the GOAT, he has that locked up for now and maybe forever. In order for Mahomes to achieve Brady's rarefied level of gr...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

Watch it at home people, avoid big groups. This one time can be the difference between watching it with one less buddy next year or getting the same motley crew back together for the next two decades No big party for me, I am just watching with my siblings, having to endure inanities like my sister...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

im going with brady, but only because kc is missing both their starting offensive tackles. Your point about KC's missing offensive tackles is looking fairly prescient right now. Still a long way to go though, and those Chiefs can put an awful lot of points on the board in a hurry. Should be a great...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

The chiefs will probably come back but after one half, I am immensely impressed with Tom Brady. Sheesh. 43 years old. Still got the Chiefs coming back but I am pulling for the Bucs. I remember that AFC Championship game 3 years ago where the Pats had a good lead at the half and Mahomes looked awful...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Yup, Superbowl parties are gonna be Christmas part Deux. Probably just as bad since a good percentage of 'Football' fans are the sort of people who really want to believe the baseless dangerous lies about the virus. You and I may see things differently at times, but I have always and still regard y...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: SuperBowl Sunday!

One hugely underrated play of the game was that 3rd and 2 conversion by the Bucs, Brady to Gronk by at the end of the half with 44 seconds to go, and of course they end that drive with a TD, Brady to Antonio Brown. If they don't convert on that third down, the Bucs have to punt, the Chiefs get the b...
by bushwackerbob
11 months ago
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Re: I Have Returned

There are no hard numbers to back that up that softcore is the dominant style, but I think you can point to two factors, that softcore was the original SHIP default style and also that most conversations on here about favorite SHIP films revolve around softcore titles. I was the only guy to bring u...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Superman and Lois spin off show

I agree with Mr. X and AEM. The idea that some outsider can just slide into town and just impose their big city beliefs and values into rural America, into this small town, well I can understand how that may not come off well in some quarters. The writers have to be careful I think in not portraying...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I don't know how any of us one way or another can break down the BLM ratio of mask wearers to non mask wearers, but I saw an awful lot of folks not wearing masks at those rallies. I do appreciate five red's sensible and logical explanation of why the infection rates of stadiums full of people would...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

It's not an either or situation. Fact number one: COVID-19 came from China, plain and simple, they are the country of origin. I also firmly believe that the Trump administration completely botched the handling of this pandemic. It is my opinion that some folks are really loathed to acknowledge fact ...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Superman and Lois spin off show

I am sure you are right about what the typical newsroom looks like nowadays, but don't you feel that in the minds of most folks out there that the old fashioned newsroom layout that most of us grew up watching on shows is still the default image that most folks have of a newsroom of a vibrant newspa...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

To me, a key part of this cancel culture BS is the social media aspect of it. Pre social media era, when folks did not like something, they bitched to their friends and relatives. Nowadays with the social media echo chamber, everybody gets their 15 minutes, a megaphone to air their grievances and vo...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

One should not have to bend to the knee of cancel culture cultists in order to have a career. One thing that I heard said about 10-20 years ago that I have always remembered was that when one tries to compare Hitler or the Holocaust to anything in contemporary culture you can tell that person is off...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

One should not have to bend to the knee of cancel culture cultists in order to have a career. Lol. Cultists now? Give me a break. I suppose then, that you'd like to lobby your local representative to pass some legislations to command employers to retain their employees no matter what! Unlike some f...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Cartoon character cancelled

One should not have to bend to the knee of cancel culture cultists in order to have a career. Lol. Cultists now? Give me a break. I suppose then, that you'd like to lobby your local representative to pass some legislations to command employers to retain their employees no matter what! Unlike some f...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: RIP Marvelous Marvin Hagler

If you were from the Boston area in the 80's, every Hagler fight was an event, he had the whole city behind him and pulling for him. I just saw that first round again today from that Hagler v Hearns fight and that was a slobberknocker classic indeed.
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Political Discourse - What's On Your Mind?

Anytime the government tries to organize any large scale undertaking, it screws it up. Look at the scandalous and horrible treatment our veterans get at these VA hospitals, that is a disgrace, look at the debacle ObamaCare was when it was first rolled out. Anybody who thought the government could do...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Political Discourse - What's On Your Mind?

If the Dem politicians really believed in Universal national healthcare they would not have exempted themselves in favor of their much more comprehensive and expensive, cadillac health plans that they enjoy. One would think that true political leadership would entail some of these politicians forgoi...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Political Discourse - What's On Your Mind?

Part of the problem as I see it is that it has become increasingly in vogue in some quarters to vilify or denigrate achievement, to assume one person has achieved great things at the expense of others. This "oh, he must have cut corners or broken the law, or achieved his success by nefarious me...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Superman and Lois spin off show

If you have one hand (writing team for Flash for example) that doesn't know what the other hand (writing team for BatWoman) is doing, I imagine that continuity errors can easily occur. I speculate that a lot of these writers for these Arrowverse shows simply do not watch these other shows and are si...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Superman and Lois spin off show

The CW loves teenage angst shows with the parents there to draw a bigger audience. Consider it Smallville: The Next Generation with Clark and Lois replacing Jonathan and Martha Kent and doing a bad job of it since they are both workaholic caught up in their jobs instead of being there for the child...
by bushwackerbob
9 months ago
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Re: Supergirl Season 6 (the final season)

I have only seen the first episode of season 6 Supergirl so I can't really comment on it, but as far as last season went, Jon Cryer's Lex Luthor was the best thing to happen in season 5 in my view, I thought he was awesome. Cryer practically stole the show the tail end of last season, he was perform...
by bushwackerbob
9 months ago
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Re: Has the SHIB market dried up?

I think if you took a poll on the average age of the membership here, you'd find it skews older. If so, I believe it's because our generation (x and perhaps boomer) grew up with female peril all over tv, movies and comics. It isn't surprising that these kinks and fetishes took hold. The up and comi...
by bushwackerbob
8 months ago
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Re: Mind Control

The only thing I don't like about some hypno or mind control SHIP films is that some producers insist on having the actress look sort of cross eyed, a kind of mesmerized, detached gaze, it kind of looks weird and unnatural and it makes the actress look less appealing and sexy in my view.
by bushwackerbob
8 months ago
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Re: What Has Been Your Coolest Celebrity Interaction on Social Media?

I don't think this qualifies, but there are a couple local media celebrities that I have tweeted at and they have responded to me by liking my tweets and a couple of the guys actually started following me. It's really cool when there are people you like and respect online respond by liking a tweet o...
by bushwackerbob
8 months ago
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Re: Gavin Mcleod, Dead at 90

https://variety.com/2021/tv/news/gavin-macleod-dead-dies-love-boat-mary-tyler-moore-show-1234984591/ Im posting this because it comes from a time when all our female heroes were rampant either doing their own shows or doing shows like the Love Boat. It was a great time for television, when you coul...
by bushwackerbob
7 months ago
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Re: Heroines defeated by regular thugs/weaker opponents

I've been on a kick with watching heroines struggle and lose to regular thugs and men without powers. Does anyone know any good videos or comics that follow this trend? I enjoy those types of SHIP films as well. I find that it adds to the humiliation of these superheroines that mere mortals are abl...
by bushwackerbob
7 months ago
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Re: Heroines defeated by regular thugs/weaker opponents

I agree with Mr. X. Most of them wear the ski masks and are out of shape **************************** Hey, when you guys start ponying up money to hire extras, then we'll bring in beefcakes from the gym. Until then, you get what you paid for which is..... absolutely nothing. Zero money = Pizza Deli...
by bushwackerbob
6 months ago
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Re: R.I.P. Richard Donner (1930 - 2021)

I must have been seven when I saw Richard Donner's Superman in 1978. When you are that young, you don't have that cynicism or as critical an eye as to what makes a "good" movie, plus, I was not into comic books so I didn't have any preconceived expectations going into the film. All I know ...
by bushwackerbob
5 months ago
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Re: How often do you go to the cinema in a "normal" year?

I was a regular movie-goer for many years. I also worked as a projectionist for a while why in school. I would always prefer new movies on the big screen. Watching at home is a real convenience but it doesn't match the fun of going to the theater. I totally agree with you. I have always thought the...
by bushwackerbob
5 months ago
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Re: RIP Markie Post

I remember Markie Post also played Cameron Diaz's mother in Something About Mary.
by bushwackerbob
4 months ago
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Re: SHX - Spider-Girl: Multiverse Monster - Alina Lopez

I don't understand why SHL doesn't get a lot of conversation in this forum? His work is incredible! Yeah, I know $60 can be a stretch for a lot, but when you compare it to what else is being offered out there, the cost: production factor goes way down. He hires the first-rate talent, uses great equ...
by bushwackerbob
4 months ago
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Re: r. i. p. norm

I thought he was particularly funny. Watching him do Weekend Update on SNL, his style was so unique and different from anyone who had done it before or since. In my view, Norm was one of the greatest comedians that never quite found quite the right vehicle to show his considerable talents on a regul...
by bushwackerbob
4 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

We can agree to disagree about the mortality rates, but I will say this in regards to that, in about mid 2020 or so, according to the CDC most age groups up to the age up to about 60 were in the 99.-98. something percent mortality range. I doubt those mortality rates have changed since last year. Th...
by bushwackerbob
4 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

No I wasn't asking about mortality rates I meant the percentage of long term health problems in those who have it and do recover? I just wondered if you had seen anything more up to date than what I was quoting My point is if it is between 1-3% death rate PLUS the 15-20% of those affected by long t...