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Thursday, December 29, 2005

The Female Side Of The Equation 

I love women. I love everything about them. I especially love having sex with them. However, I'm not sure that I trust them. As much as I've said that men are only into sex, a lot of women seem to be only after money. When they're younger, the one thing that people say to them is "marry a doctor or a lawyer"; the only reason being so that the girls can be provided for. That's an old way of thinking. Even though it's an old way, there are a lot of girls who take that kind of thinking with them throughout their lives.
When they're younger, they go out with the guys with prestige: guys in a band or guys who play sports. When they grow up, it's guys with money or a cool job. As one woman told me once, it's just as easy to fall in love with a rich man as it is to fall in love with a poor man.
There are also women who like to trap guys by getting pregnant or at least saying that they're pregnant. I'm of 2 minds on this. I know women who look at guys as some sort of welfare or lottery system. I once had a girl try that trick with me. However, it didn't work. The thing is, though, is that just because a trap is set, doesn't mean a guy has to step into it. A real man would use protection, so that things like this don't happen. A real man would also stay away from women like that. If you sleep with one, you can't say you didn't know.
I know that there's a double standard when it comes to women & sex. I've never cared about it. If a girl wants to fuck a million men, then more power to her. As long as she's not hurting anyone, who should care? The ones who call them sluts seem to always be guys who do the exact same thing.
One thing I've noticed throughout my life is that the women who I don't trust are the dependent ones. That's why I love strong, independent women. They don't need me. They just want to be with me. That's a nice feeling. I don't have to be a provider or bread winner. I can just be myself. Okay, this blog will probably get me into trouble, but hey. It has to be said.

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To Answer All The Emails & Comments 

Of all the topics I've written on, this last one on sex has gotten the most response. Emails, 3 comments, & 8 kudos. 8 kudos?! Who knew you ladies were this horny?! I'll answer everybody's responses here.
Yes, men do manipulate & yes, most take it way too far. I never had to resort to those tactics to have sex. I never led somebody on with "I love you" or anything along those lines. I always hated guys who did that. I was more like the Wedding Crasher guys.
I think that if you teach your kids how to treat people with respect, then you can't go wrong & everything will take care of itself. I think teaching your daughter what to look out for is the smartest thing you can do, but boys need to be taught to not just go out & get as many girls as possible. I was taught by my mom, so I didn't become one of the other type of guys. I just loved sex. Still do.
I always hated guys who bragged about how many girls they banged or how good the girls were in bed. I always kept my mouth shut. I never told anybody who I was sleeping with. I was always the model of discretion. I also never bragged about how large my dick is. Guys who do that are usually pretty small. I'll just say that I do ok in that department. The only complaint was from a girl who said I was too large for her. I'll just leave it at that.
Where I'm from, a himbo is a male bimbo. I'm definitely not a bimbo. I may have been a male slut, but I'm not stupid. I also, by the way, always use protection. I guess that's it for all my answers. Oh, one last one. If you want to instant message me, I'm cleonjames on yahoo messenger. Everybody feel free to instant message me anytime.

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Saturday, December 10, 2005

The Loss Of 2 Pioneers 

Just a quick note tonight. I've been doing a lot of shopping today. I can safely say that I'm sick of people today. I still have to go out tomorrow & do more. At least I'm not doing my usual wait-til-Christmas-Eve routine that I usually do.
Today, we lost 2 people who broke down the walls in respective fields: Eugene McCarthy & Richard Pryor. To be honest, I was never a big fan of Pryor, mainly because of his constant use of the n word, but I always respected his comic genious & his views on race. When he wasn't saying the n word, he was pretty funny. His movies with Gene Wilder still crack me up (that's right, we bad)!!!
Think what the world would've been like had McCarthy won the 1968 presidency. No Watergate, the Vietnam war over sooner, probably no visit to China. He was a great man who was most famous for being antiwar. He should also be remembered for championing the civil rights movement, helping to pass the Voting Rights Act. Both men will be missed.

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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

December 7 

Today is the day that will live in infamy. It barely registered on the national radar. Of course, it was back in 1941 when it happened, but it should at least get more than 2 lines on the morning news. When it's 9/11/2085, I wonder if people will care as much? Hopefully, they will, as much as I care about Pearl Harbor. Sometime today, say a prayer & think about the over 2400 people who lost their lives in the attack.

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Tuesday, December 06, 2005

The Spin's The Thing 

The judge in the Tom Delay case dropped the charge of conspiracy against him, but let stand all of the other charges. Normally, that would still be a very bad thing, unless you're Tom Delay. This quote from his mouthpiece: "DeLay spokesman Kevin Madden called the ruling a victory and said DeLay "looks forward to his eventual and absolute exoneration." A victory? I'm not sure if he's in denial or...no, he's in denial.

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Monday, December 05, 2005

Whatever Happened To The Jingle? 

A long time ago (before it became cool for recording artists to sell out), commercials used to have jingles. You remember them. What would Oscar Meyer, Coke, & Alka Seltzer be without their catchy songs? Now, commercials either have songs by no name bands or Aged British rock bands (Stones, Who, Zep) & the poor jingle writer is left to write for reality shows. It's sad, really. Now, every genre of music is going corporate. Neil Young did a song a while back about artists selling out to Coke & Pepsi. He's gotta be plenty pissed about it now.

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Sunday, December 04, 2005

And You Ladies Thought You Were The Only Ones 

I realize that women get things like "great tits" or "I wanna fuck you", but us guys get dumb emails, too; especially scam emails. Here's a typical email that I get. Can't get a woman in NYC, but damned if I'm not popular in Nigeria & Eastern Europe. I'm taking out certain parts of the email because I'm not as mean as some women who like to blow men up in their blogs.
"Hello! My name is to me of 29 years and I from Russia. I the young, clever, beautiful girl, like to prepare and dance. I search for the man for serious attitudes and creations of family. I of 173 centimeters growth and 54 kgs weight. I have green eyes and light color of my hair. I have a photo of me which I can send you. I do not drink, I do not smoke and I do not accept any narcotic substances. I to conduct a healthy way of life. I could not find the man of my dream here in Russia and consequently I have decided to try to make it through a site of acquaintances. If I you have interested that write to me on mine E-mail: I shall wait for your answer soon. Yours . "

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Gamblers In Life 

Every Sunday morning, when I go get my paper, I see a bunch of people lined up, ready to go to Atlantic City. I always feel sad for them. Most of them are older, looking to spend their hard earned money on a roll of the dice or the seductive feel of a slot machine.
Going to a casino has never been my thing. I've seen what it can do to people's lives. I used to play the lottery once in a while, but found it to be a complete waste of money & a form of state sanctioned welfare. I went to Foxwoods once a long time ago. I was bored after about an hour. I played the slots for about 20 minutes, then walked around & watched others play different games. I always watch Foxwood's commercials on tv. They show a bunch of attractive yuppies having fun & screaming. When I was there, all I saw were overweight elderly people.
Gambling has never been my strong suit. I don't go to Vegas, even though I hear it's a great place to party. As of yet, I haven't felt the need to fly cross country to do something I can do here in NYC. Someone I know is trying to get me to go early next year, but I'm more partial to going to Disneyworld. That way, I'm only gambling I'm doing is against rednecks with baby strollers.

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Heidi's Back 

It seems Heidi Fleiss is back & going legit. She's got an idea for a bordello in Vegas to service female clients. Why the hell not? A girl's gotta get some, too. There are lots of people who think that she won't succeed. I wouldn't bet against her. Never underestimate a woman in business, no matter what business it is. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10313009/site/newsweek/

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Tabloid Fodder 

Anybody who lives in NYC has by now heard about the young lady who had her throat cut in her apartment on the upper west side. As it turns out, this young girl who came to the city from ohio to become a dancer, worked as a stripper at a few clubs while she waited for her big break. What she did seems to have captivated this city, though. The tabloids have attacked her & what she did mercilessly & have convicted the 2 men who were closest to her (supposedly, there was a love triangle going on).
Personally, I don't care what she did. She wasn't hurting anybody & hey, a girl's gotta eat. I've known strippers & porn stars (not biblically, unfortunately). They seem to be nice people who are just trying to put food on the table. Some of them make more money than a lot of people I know. This young lady shouldn't be villified for doing what she had to in order to survive. Let us not forget that she was only 21 & that she was murdered. Her killer needs to be brought to justice & she should be treated better by the press.

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FBI's Up To Its Old Tricks? 

Why is it that this administration always wants to kill the messenger? This article from msnbc.com today (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10313763/). Here's the first few paragraphs.
"NEW YORK - FBI officials mishandled a Florida terror investigation, falsified documents to try to cover mistakes and retaliated against an agent who complained about the problems, The New York Times reported in its Sunday edition.
Citing a draft report of an investigation by the Justice Department's inspector general's office, a copy of which was obtained by the newspaper, the Times said that in one instance correction fluid was used to alter dates on three FBI forms to conceal an apparent violation of federal wiretap law.
It was not known who altered the forms. The case dates to 2002, the Times said, when the FBI's Tampa office opened a terror investigation into whether laundered money, possibly connected to a drug outfit, might be used to finance terrorists overseas. "

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Why I Don't Go To Concerts Anymore 

While I was watching Eminem's concert on Showtime last night, I was reminded why I don't like going to large concerts anymore.
1. high ticket prices - the price I used to pay scalpers is now the face value of tickets. $100 for a bad seat? $250 - $300 for a decent seat?
2. lipsynching - Eminem didn't even try to hide it last night. If you're not going to use a band, at least pull your vocal track off the recording & rap / sing live. I've heard singers (like Brittany Spears) complain that they can't sing & dance at the same time. James Brown used to do it. Tina Turner used to do it in high heels. Wait, I'm sorry. They had talent. Most pop singers these days just look good.
3. drunk people - nuff said.
4. stoned people - nuff said there, too.
5. short shows - most acts lately can't even do a show for more than an hour, including encores. How sad.
I prefer smaller shows, rather than the megatours. Some acts are worth the pain, though. U2 & Bruce Springsteen come to mind.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Darfur's Problem 

Here's a story on the increasingly worse situation in Darfur. The world needs to keep the pressure on the Sudanese government to stop the genocide. http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2005-11-29-african-union-sudan_x.htm

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