Friday, February 15, 2013

MEN IN BED

PASSENGER PICKUP: THE CLOSET PROFESSOR

Steve Walker's 200, "David and Me"
This blog will stir your creative juices, stimulate your thinking and satisfy your urges.

The Closet Professor is a blog dedicated to GLBT Studies: History, Art, Literature, Politics, Religion and Culture. There are a wide range of topics, mainly whatever strikes JoeBlow, as he identifies himself, at the moment to write about. Most posts include tasteful/artistic photos of men which help illustrate his topic.

The Closet Professor is a graduate student (working on his PhD) and a teacher (high school and college adjunct) who lives in the South. His life is not always easy. Sometimes he finds it quite stressful, but his blog helps him to procrastinate and (sometimes) get his creative juices flowing. Life will work out the way it is supposed to in the end, you just have to be patient.



PASSENGER PICKUP 
A weekly post highlighting one of the many blogs I read and feature on my blogrolls. Some blogs may have been around for years, others for weeks.

My blogroll is divided into several categories: 
Passengers - Personal and Entertainment Blogs
Trailering - News and Political Blogs
Park and Ride - Adult NSFW Blogs

WHY POLYSTYRENE (STYROFOAM) SHOULD BE BANNED

During his final State Of The City address, today NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg will call for a ban on the usage of polystyrene (styrofoam) containers by restaurants, food carts, vending machines, or any business that holds a city license to sell beverages or meals.

I hope he and all the news outlets, that will be reporting on this story, will include the costs and benefits. It took me about five minutes on Google to get the following information. The costs of the packaging and related recycling information all comes from one packaging distributer. The additional cost per container looks to be about $0.25.

Considering the cost to the environment and personal health risks, I see this as not only worth and extra $0.25 a meal but also an initiative worthily of a subsidiary (not the full cost, just partial ) for the first 2-3 years.


POLYSTYRENE FAST FACTS:

  • Polystyrene is made from petroleum, a non-sustainable, non-renewable, heavily polluting and fast-disappearing commodity.
  • The environmental impacts of polystyrene production in the categories of energy consumption, greenhouse gas effect, and total environmental effect ranks second highest, behind aluminum.1
  • Polystyrene is a principle component of urban litter and marine debris. It is detrimental to wildlife that ingests it.
  • Polystyrene contains the toxic substances Styrene and Benzene, suspected carcinogens and neurotoxins that are hazardous to humans.
  • Polystyrene food containers leach the toxin Styrene when they come into contact with warm food or drink, alcohol, oils and acidic foods causing human contamination and posing a health risk to people.
  • Over 100 US and Canadian, as well as some European and Asian cities, have banned polystyrene food packaging as a result of the negative impacts to humans and the environment.



SUGARCANE

These bagasse hinged clamshells are made from an annually-renewable resource, sugarcane. With a similar look and feel to paper, our bagasse clamshells will completely compost under commercial composting conditions in just 45-60 days.

Bagasse clamshells are great for hot and cold foods. They won’t soak up grease and liquids, so they’re perfect for burgers, fries and other to-go food. Microwave safe, bagasse is the newest trend in food service packaging. Your food comes from nature and now so does its packaging!

9 x 9 x 3 Bagasse Hinged Clamshell
Case Count: 200
Case Weight: 21 lbs
Outside Dimension: 9 x 9
Inside Dimension: 8 x 8
Depth: 3    
$86.63 carton 

$0.433 each


CORN
These PLA rectangular containers are made from 100% U.S. grown corn. With the same look and feel as clear plastic deli containers, our PLA containers will completely compost under commercial composting conditions in just 45-60 days.
Made from corn, an annually renewable resource, NatureWorks PLA is a plastic-like resin that is fully biodegradable. NatureWorks has a heat tolerance of up to 130 degrees (F). These are great for salads, deli items and other cold foods.


32 oz PLA Rectangular Container
Case Count: 200
Case Weight: 19.0 lbs
Lid: Comes with Flat Lids
Heat Tolerance: 130 degrees(F)
Dimension: 7-1/2 x 6-1/2 x 3    
$82.01 carton

$0.41 each 

Unrecyclable
$0.18 each for almost all sizes

FOR COMPARISON
Tin base, recyclable
$0.25 each for most sizes

Foil/Cardboard Lids, not recyclable
$0.08 each for all sizes

Plastic Domes, not recyclable
$0.10 each for all sizes

Cost per meal approx. $0.35 


Premium Re-Usable To Go Containers


• Versatainer® containers go from refrigerator to microwave.
• Dishwasher safe.
• Withstands microwave temperatures up to 250°F
• Leak resistant, stackable and reusable
• Black bases packed with cover
  9x9x3 $1.05 each, includes lids

Thursday, February 14, 2013

MEN IN LEATHER

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY 2013: COMIC RELIEF









TMI ANSWERS: SEX QUESTIONNAIRE


There were a lot of questions this week but commenting was supposed to be simple - just how many YES answers out of 75 questions. Some of you have chosen to post all the questions and answer each of them:


I've decided to go in a slightly different direction. If this were a drinking game, I'd have died of alcohol poisoning but it's not so I'll let you guess which 12 questions I answered no to. Yes, I can answer yes to 63 of the 75 questions.

SEX QUESTIONNAIRE - HAVE YOU EVER:

1. had intercourse?
2. oral sex?
3. licked an ass?
4. had your ass licked?
5. had sex with someone without knowing their name?
6. swallowed cum?
7. practiced bondage or BDSM?
8. had anal sex?
9. had an orgasm from anal sex? 
10. had sex while on hard drugs?
11. had sex with someone of the opposite orientation?
12. been in a threesome?
13. been in a foursome?
14. been in an orgy? 
15. been in a gangbang?
16. had sex in public?
17. snowballed?
18. had your toes licked or sucked?
19. licked or sucked someone’s toes?
20. had sex with more than one person (1 on 1 only) in a day?
21. had sex with more than one person (1 on 1 only) in a week?
22. had cyber sex or phone sex?
23. been double penetrated?
24. watched porn?


Yes, I've been a bad boy. Very bad.
HAVE YOU EVER:
25. bought a dirty magazine?
26. posted nude pictures of yourself on the net?
27. let someone video tape you having sex?
28. sex without protection?
29. had someone give you a cum facial or given someone a cum facial? 
30. participated in a golden shower?
31. sex with a friend’s significant other?
32. had sex with one of your significant other’s friends or relatives?
33. cheated on your significant other?
34. made someone pass out from sex?
35. had your ass slapped during sex?
36. tasted your own cum?
37. masturbated?
38. let someone watch you masturbate?
39. showed yourself naked on cam?
40. had a wet dream?
41. been submissive in bed?
42. had sex with someone you knew less than an hour?
43. had sex in a vehicle?
44. been caught having sex?
45. paid for sex?
46. used toys during sex?
47. used food during sex?
48. enjoyed pain from a little to extreme during sex?
49. been dominated in bed?


HAVE YOU EVER:
50. enjoyed having your nipples licked, sucked, or bitten?
51. been fisted?
52. been with a cock over 10 inches?
53. sucked a cock with a pa?
54. been fucked by a cock with a pa?
55. dressed in costumes?
56. role played?
57. been to a sex club?
58. had sex with a third with your partner?
59. had sex with a coworker at work?
60. had pity sex?
61. gotten a std?
62. had sex with someone 25 years or more younger than you?
63. had sex with someone 25 years or more older than you?
64. had sex with a famous person?
65. had sex on a plane?
66. had sex on a train?
67. had sex in a movie theater?
68. had sex involving scat?
69. used a vegetable?
70. had sex in an open bar?
71. had interracial sex?
72. had sex with a Mormon?
73. had sex with someone who had a prosthetic?
74. had sex with a ex-convict?
75. had sex with a blogger?



TMI Questions 
Fun, slightly embarrassing questions designed to reveal Too Much Information for my blog, between you and your significant other and among you and your friends and/or family.

POST YOUR TMI ANSWERS Post and answer the questions on your blog or tumblr page and then post the link in the comments so that others can read your answers (directions here), visit your website and get to know you too. I post my answers on Thursdays.

HAPPEY VALENTINE'S DAY 2013!


























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