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Men argue, nature acts.                          -- Voltaire

Movie Review: "Gravity"

I couldn't sleep, and so decided to watch Gravity last night.

It stars Sandra Bullock, and George Clooney (and Ed Harris) who experience a bit too much "space" on their routine space-walk.

Would it grab my attention, or softly lull me to a sweet slumber?

NSFW Monday

It's almost the end of 2014 people!

I hope your Christmas was good, even if you weren't!

Now, enjoy these photos of Victoria Taylor -- the very sexy Vickie6 -- and don't forget to ring in 2015 in style in a few days! - QBF

Sunday Strips

Very, very blonde. - QBF

Freaky Friday

Would you believe I found it like this? - QBF

Movie Review Marathon: Christmas Edition

Merry Christmas!

Today's Movie Review is actually three very good Christmas movies: A Christmas Carol (2009), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), and A Christmas Story.

Here are the reviews in the order that my marathon was viewed. - QBF


The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness. -- John Muir

Movie Review: "Wreck-It Ralph"

What happens when the bad guy wants to be the good guy?

You get Wreck-It Ralph!

Starring the voice talents of Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, John C. Reilly, and Sarah Silverman we see Ralph journey on a quest to win a hero's medal -- and more importantly the respect and friendship he so desperately craves.

NSFW Monday

It's only 3 more shopping days until Christmas!

Today's gift to you, my loyal readers, is the skimpily clad Joselyn!- QBF

Sunday Strips

Merry Christmas when it... comes! - QBF

Freaky Friday

So sad... - QBF

Movie Review: "Interstellar"

Okay the big boys have arrived to make Gravity look more like the popcorn fluff that it was.

Interstellar stars Anne HathawayJessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, and Michael Caine -- so already the acting chops have been increased by an order of magnitude!

(Why am I bashing on that very successful movie anyway?)

This film is set in the future when the Earth is "dying", and humanity's only hope to avoid extinction is to leave in search of a new planet to call home.


We must endure our thoughts
     all night, until
The bright obvious stands
     motionless in the cold. -- Wallace Stevens

NSFW Monday

It's only ten more shopping days until Christmas!

This week's treat is the vivacious Vida Guerra and some classic cars. - QBF

Sunday Strips

It's gotta be the shoes! - QBF

Freaky Friday

It's the simple things. - QBF


Anything more than the truth would be too much. -- Robert Frost

NSFW Monday

It's only 17 more shopping days until Christmas!

Today's stocking stuffer is the luscious latina Salma Hayek! - QBF

Sunday Strips

#Truth - QBF

Freaky Friday

Tick-tock, tick-tock... - QBF

Movie Review: "John Wick"

John Wick sees both the titular character and its star Keanu Reeves drawn back into action.

Costarring Michael Nyqvist, Alfie Allen, and Willem Dafoe, it is a story of a man retired from the world of killing for a living -- but drawn back into it by super bad luck.

And it's mostly bad luck for the people who crossed him...


Enlightenment is like the moon reflected on the water. The moon does not get wet, nor is the water broken. Although its light is wide and great, the moon is reflected even in a puddle an inch wide. The whole moon and the entire sky are reflected in one dewdrop on the grass. -- Dogen

Movie Review: "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"

So they finally rebooted TMNT, and gave us the Michael Bay version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

I immediately had misgivings about such a project and avoided watching it in the theatres even though it "starred" Megan Fox (as April O'Neil) and Will Arnett (as some old guy).

But all the main draws were promised: Donatello (the brains), Leonardo (the leader), Michaelangelo (the comedian), Raphael (my favourite -- the bad motherf*cker), Splinter (the sensei), Shredder (the Big Bad Guy), and the Foot Clan (people to get beat up).

What's the worst that could happen?

NSFW Monday

Ho ho ho!

It's only 24 more shopping days until Christmas!

Today's gift probably won't be under your tree (or in your shower) this year, but enjoy some HOT Coco photos anyway! - QBF

Sunday Strips

Not every skiing pole is the same... - QBF

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Freaky Friday

Sometimes, the bull wins. - QBF


Say one word with your mouth shut! -- Zen saying

NSFW Monday

For the last Monday in November, for your viewing pleasure, I give you the luscious Rosa Acosta! - QBF

Sunday Strips

Fat chance! - QBF

Freaky Friday

If you build it, they will come. - QBF

Throwback Thursday

One of my best friends is getting married this weekend, so it's a perfect time to reminisce on the period in time where I formed my closest friendships: high-school!

"Fortes in Fide et Opere" was the school motto, or "Strong in Faith and Work".


No one's mouth is big enough to utter the whole thing. -- Alan Watts

NSFW Monday

Mmmmmmm Monday morning is here again! A fresh week to do whatever you want. If that includes Suelyn Medeiros, I hate admire you very much! - QBF

Sunday Strips

Victimless crime? - QBF

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Freaky Friday


Movie Review: "Dracula Untold"

Perhaps it would have been perfect to watch Dracula Untold on Halloween, but this first instalment of Universal Pictures' "Monsterverse" wasn't a bad way to start November.

Starring Luke Evans as our protagonist Vlad Dracula (AKA: Vlad the Impaler), Sarah Gadon as his wife Mirena, and Dominic Cooper as Sultan Mehmed, this is the story of how Dracula became the vampire we all know and love fear.


You say my poems are poetry?
They are not.
Yet if you understand they are not --
Then you see the poetry of them.

                                -- Ryokan

Movie Review: "Ghost in the Shell Arise: Border 4 - Ghost Stands Alone"

The last prequel in the series, Ghost in the Shell Arise: Border 4 - Ghost Stands Alone completes the saga showing the formation of The Major's Section 9 team.

All the regular stuff is there: interesting characters, cyber-hacking, gunplay, martial arts fighting, explosions...

But the curse of being a prequel seems to have carried on.

NSFW Monday

Good morning my faithful followers!

Today's treat is the dynamic Denise Milani! - QBF

Sunday Strips

Joe Grind stand up strong! - QBF

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Movie Review: "The Croods"

So DreamWorks has trotted out a new animated feature: The Croods.

A caveman family set in a time before Pangea breaks up into the various continents we have now.

It features the voice talents of Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds.

Freaky Friday

Best personal ad, ever. - QBF


I have nothing to say, I am saying it, and that is poetry. -- John Cage

Movie Review: "Transformers: Age of Extinction"

Transformers: Age of Extinction is a very appropriate title, for it was the extinction event for what little believability and plot that remained in this series.

Oddly enough, this coincides with the cast being its best ever: Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor (ignore the last two).

NSFW Monday

Starting November off with a DAAAAAAAAAAAMN by showcasing Vida Guerra. - QBF

Sunday Strips

The fish was thiiiiis big! - QBF

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Freaky Friday

Happy Halloween!! - QBF

Movie Review: "The Expendables 3"


Among the great things which are to be found among us, the Being of Nothingness is the greatest. -- Leonardo da Vinci

Movie Review: "Zero Dark Thirty"

I remember where I was when I heard they'd killed Osama bin Laden -- Bacchanal Jamaica Road March, wining with some attractive ladies -- and there was a lot (more) celebrating on the streets of Kingston that day.

Zero Dark Thirty is the fictionalised story of the CIA's hunt for him, and it stars Jessica Chastain as the hotshot analyst whose sole obsessive focus was finding OBL.