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  1. My apologies for posting on the picture thread...."Design" - call White people whatever you like. I do not care. I'm Puerto Rican, from French and Spaniard descent. From the Caribbean, my family made their way to NYC. Half of my family on my mother's side are mostly black...So don't think I was making a derogatory remark. I was sharing a view! If you feel a need to argue, we can take it to - "Rants & Flame Wars." I'll make it a point to educate those few who have a need... Remember, most countries have different views on such topics.
  2. What is the difference between colored people and people of color? I’ve noticed that one of them is politically correct and the other is not in the US. Regardless, it's an old saying. Don't take it personally. The meaning, and acceptability, of terms for people depend - or, at any rate, should rely - on the people to whom they are applied. If I say to someone, "My name is Joey," and he announces, "I've decided to call you Joseph because that is more correct," he is an asshole. Call people what they want to be called. When this is a volatile political issue or whatever - and what isn't, nowadays - these terms may change. In my lifetime I've seen the acceptable nomenclature for Americans of African descent go from "Negro" and/or "Colored People" (both of which still survive in such institutions as the United Negro College Fund and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) to "Afro-American" and "Black" to, most recently, "African-American" (though it is "Black Lives Matter" still). (There were also unacceptable terms then, as now; not just the "N-word," but many others that were recognized more than half a century ago as being insulting.) All you can do is try to keep up, as best you can, and when someone - of that ethnicity - says you got it wrong, apologize and try to get it right. Nowadays using "Colored People" would get you some funny looks, as if you had just time-traveled from the 1950s or perhaps were trying to mock them. But historically, it was perfectly respectable in its time, and people referred to themselves this way. "People of color" is quite a different phrase. It is a coinage from the 1970s, perhaps (I'm not sure, but it was within my lifetime, I believe) to cover not just African-Americans but other non-Whites in US society, chiefly Hispanics, Asians, and Native Americans. It came out (I think) as part of an effort to create an ordinary consciousness, and political solidarity, among all the peoples who were in one way or another marginalized or discriminated against by white America. As such, it has always had a quasi-political (leftist) slant to it. Whenever I hear the term used, I suspect it reflects an effort to enhance non-white solidarity or demonize white supremacy. So if you are to use it, understand that this is how some people will hear it, and decide whether this is the effect you are trying to communicate. Get non-Whites to rally to your cause? Great. Potentially put up the backs of Whites who think they're being got at? Maybe not so great. You decide.
  3. !?) My lovely, passionate, irresistible Clara...it is impressive how many people are still watching and reading this musical masterpiece after all these years. I enjoy listening to people's words about this touching play. Seeing phantom of the Opera for the fourth time, I was completely swept away. The stage show is my second all time favorite Broadway show and I was a bit nervous as to how Phantom and the music of the night would hold up with my date. But she and I needn't have worried because it was very definitely worth the price of the ticket and then some. Phantom of the Opera's loveliness is still so luminous that it always fills your senses. I think there was a little bit of sound in the theater during the whole performance - grown men silently weeping. lol - (The film is also exceptional) Homo SAPIENS - It is often argued that science and religion are enemies because both seek the truth, yet each finds a different reality or path. The fact is that science and religion are allies. (you think?) Science is interested above all in power. Religion is interested above all in the world order. Together, they are a winning team or it depends whose side your on. (it takes one person, to to change one's mind or opinion) I do not care for Dr. Yuval Noah Harari. The author of Sapien, who is a Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Mr. Harari spans the whole of human history, from the very first humans to walk the earth to the radical – and sometimes devastating – breakthroughs of the Cognitive, Agricultural, and Scientific Revolutions. He started his career teaching Medieval n' Military topics and needed a way out to enhance his career. He has written Thesis on History and me: War and the Relations between History and Personal Identity in Renaissance Military Memoirs, 1450–1600 I love Medieval and Military Books n' Films. But NOT him! (nothing personal) I don't care for evolution when their still so many Monkeys running around. Yes, you need to tell stories. Yes, you need to share your personality. But if you make it all about you, nobody will care. But obviously, people do care. About what? His personal beliefs or what he does in private. He's made a lot of money and met up with world leaders and today's CEOs to discuss his feelings, ideas, views, and conclusion...Please let me know how you like the book. I will never read it, but I value your opinion. Anything meaningful in the book, please share with me. Maybe, something exciting like you. When you're looking all Sexy and inviting. xoxo Joey
  4. "Hola" Clara...Two great books - Two unknown authors...American Psycho' - The book was brilliant. IMO, is NOT a slasher movie. It is a depiction, a fantasy if you will, of the life of modern man and his place in society. Nothing is enough. Money, sex, social stature, there is always someone else who has more and everyone else expect from you to try harder for even more. This movie is about eliminating competition the easy way. By killing your opponents - By eating your sexual partners. By destroying everyone around you. 'American Psycho' retains the balance between this psychotic state, a chilling thriller and a very funny movie. You can analyze 'American Psycho' for hours. It can be perceived both as a deep and a fun movie. Even if you don't like the story, you will love Christian Bale's excellent performance. Fight club - I am, unfortunately, not one of the faithful Chuck Palahniuk readers who had read the book BEFORE they saw the movie. I, however, couldn't wait to read the book after seeing this film. I've read the book five times since and seen the movie more times than I can remember. Great book n' movie. I can relate, but I won't spoil the fun...The book n' script was tight, the theme fascinating, the acting incredible if you have not seen it... Escorting a Russian friend from Brooklyn to a Broadway Musical this evening...(The Phantom of the Opera) I've seen it already, she has not...Talk soon. I have a role-playing script ready for use Clara...lol 📖
  5. Morning Clara, from Brooklyn, New York - visiting friends and family. I LOVE the attention you give your human body - is the best picture of your human soul. Every day is another chance to get stronger, to eat better, to live healthier, and to be the best version of you. Physical and mental fitness is not only one of the most essential keys to a healthy body; it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity. Don't you agree? The sad thing about these projects IMHO, "it's all show, no workout or exercising the brain. Look below and see how mesmerize people are...lol - Enjoy the rest of your day.
  6. NAUGHTY GIRLS JB - Google Drive DRIVE.GOOGLE.COM Chemistry is you touching my mind and it setting my body on fire...That's why, you are my favorite reason for losing sleep - you keep me safe, I'll keep you wild...
  7. A woman with class is timeless remember that... Beauty alone is not impressive. Put an Attitude to be attractive and add Brain to be sophisticated...While simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. CLASSY WOMEN JB - Google Drive DRIVE.GOOGLE.COM
  8. Belated Happy Birthday to you Harley. Well, birthdays are merely symbolic of how another year has gone by and how little we've grown. No matter how desperate we are that someday a better self will emerge, with each flicker of the candles on the cake, we know it's not to be, that for the rest of our sad, wretched pathetic lives, this is who we are to the bitter end. Inevitably, irrevocably; happy birthday? I envy you! Friends I have, but little family to speak of... HARLEYS BELATED BIRTHDAY JB.mp4
  9. What Climate Change are you all talking about? IMO, Climate Change does not and will never exist. I agree with StnCld. "we won't be around to see it or experience it - if it ever happens! It all comes down to who you want to believe - A real Meteorologist or a Politician who pay Scientist handsomely for their agenda I might add. Take your pick... I rather like the word Deception - Deception refers to the act big or small, cruel or causing someone to believe something untrue. Even the most honest people practice deception. For a profit! Some of those lies are big ("I've never cheated on you!") but more often, they are little white lies ("That dress looks fine,") people will say what they want you to hear even if it's untrue. A deployed to avoid uncomfortable situations or spare someone's feelings like so many people do with or without repercussion. I am glad the internet has given, we the people power and Big Gov't knows it! I have been living in Florida and around the world Scuba diving the "Abyss for many years. I always make it a point to get dark and the only difference in Climate Change - Women are hotter than ever...
  10. Your beauty blinds me because it comes from your heart and it is reflected in your eyes, and your soul is like an ocean, it doesn’t matter how deep I dive into your depths, I will never reach the bottom. For once in my life, I don’t have to try to be happy. When I watch you, it just happens. You are so awesome! Thanks for being a part of my life. CLARA N' STATS JB - Google Drive DRIVE.GOOGLE.COM
  11. Liberals are well-trained in following the lead of their Leftist masters in issuing puerile schoolyard ad hominids and insults to further their agenda. Trump inherited millions from his father; indeed; the sort of inheritance most would squander. Instead, he turned those millions into billions and a large company and empire. It appears the man has worked every day of his life, building and buying massive amounts of real estate, writing books, making TV shows. Hardly the modus operandi of a silver-spooned slouch. This argument stinks of the not-so-subtle class warfare jealousy and envy inherent in all Liberals, and their utter disdain of the rich and anyone successful. Of course, as most Liberals have never run a business, they have no clue how bankruptcy law works. They don’t bother with the facts, either; Trump held a small percentage share in a few companies that declared Chapter 13 restructuring; creditors were paid back in a routine process that occurs every day in corporate America. I’ve also heard the claim he took “government bailouts” which has no basis in fact and appears to be a lie repeated over and over. I would also point to the inherent Liberal nature of these arguments, as they suggest Trump has some obligation to "care" about you individually (he doesn't), the implication that somehow the rest of these phony politician snakes somehow *do* "care" about us and the assertion his flamboyant extraversion through media exposure necessarily makes him a "narcissist or egomaniac." By the same measure, Liberal saint Oprah could be accused of the same thing. But who am I to argue with a bunch of Liberal, out of work Psychology Majors who work at McDonald's? I'm sure they know what they're talking about.
  12. Whatever the reason you have for missing someone, there is an aching feeling in every case. It is nearly impossible to ignore that sense of longing, the familiarity you have with that other person you just cannot stop thinking about. There is not a single moment in any day that I do not find myself missing you both. I want to throw a rock at you to show you how much it hurts. At last, distance unites missing beats. Welcome-back... A FEW Of LAST YEARS PICTURES CLARA JB - Google Drive DRIVE.GOOGLE.COM
  13. Hi Ary n' Anni...I'm not much of pervert with the women I keep. They are a jealous bunch, even with you living across the pond. I missed watching your apartment. Sorry, George, I Love Women...So don't take it personally when I only post pictures of the Girls... At least you're one lucky guy having to satisfy two HOT ladies... I normally do two or three depending on my moods and the Girls. LOL. I swing with the best of them. Properly the reason I don 't marry. Life is short! Fun is Fun until it is done! A QUICK THINKING OF YOU PICTURES. Enjoy Joey ARY N' ANNI JB.mp4
  14. I agree with Sir Nicholas... One reason I don't bother with these sites, it's a lot more interesting reading someone's post. A well-dressed woman is often far sexier to me than one who is buck-naked. Perhaps it's the imagination factor or thinking about what it'd take to get her naked. I don't know. But something about a Girl in "sheer-lace or silk thong" makes me want to screw with her composure by throwing myself on top of her. Kind of like seeing her so pristine makes me want to make her dirty or even better, makes me want to make her want to attack me. I do find many women arousing, and they're almost always mostly dressed. What is it about the curve of a breast or around, a tight hip that's just so yummy? But, the most attractive part of a woman's body to me, is their heart. Because even if she’s not attractive, if she has a good heart and a great personality, she’s a keeper and you’ll always be attracted to her, or her mind. You won’t be able to find a beautiful spirit like hers. It’s not something you can improve on artificially; it’s something you have.
  15. Off Topic. I'm sure, the college educated Leora who happens to be in the field of medicine, would appreciate this post! (speculating) Good day jugghead. (FACT) A lot of research has shown that eating red meat can increase your risk of heart disease and certain cancers, especially colon cancer. Now, eating those juicy burgers and steaks will shorten your life too. People who eat the reddest meat - that's beef, lamb and pork, are more likely to die from heart disease or any cancer. Look, you might have a cavalier attitude who doesn't care about what's on the menu to each his own. I'm not saying that you can't indulge in a product that fancies your taste buds. Do it moderately. I workout three times a day. My mind, body, and punching dead beats. What's my interest in not eating meat or any of the items I suggested in my last post. I lost my entire family to Cancer. A total of 18 members. I only have a sister and two Brother...I missed my family. The sad thing is, most people won't charge when it comes to diet or changing their deadly recipes. I'm not a Vegan. I love cheese, but I won't drink Milk or eat a dead chick. Most of everything I purchase is Organic. It Might be 70% Organic or higher, but it's a lot healthier than our foods in our markets shelves, which is 95% CRAP. My benefits, I never get sick. No shots. Over Ten years...Remember, Doctors, are in the business to treat - not cure. "Well, why not? Because money outweighs human life. FORKS OVER KNIVES - The best documentary on this planet...If people don't get it or understand, then, I'm sorry to say, your faith awaits you. Forks Over Knives JB - Google Drive DRIVE.GOOGLE.COM
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