Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Friday, November 26, 2010

Black Friday

The Christmas shopping season has officially begun.

Good luck in finding everything you want to buy!!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Now, let's check the recipe. Yup, looks like I have it all.


The hell with that stuff.
Let's concentrate on if I have all of the "Bobby" ingredients......

Steak, turkey, who cares? As long as Bobby has his feet under my table, I really don't care what's on my table!"
(Well......I'd like him on my table. WITH me!)

"A little bubbly, my dear?
Oh, sorry.......ahem, I was speaking to fuzzy."

Have you noticed Bobby likes to drink?
(My kind of guy!)

Just a mint? No pumpkin pie?
You can have a "piece" of vixen.....

I'll roll myself in chocolate if you want more than pie!

He laid her on the table,

So white, and clean, and bare;

His forehead wet with beads of sweat,

He rubbed her here & there.

He touched her neck, & then her breast,

Then, drooling, felt her thigh.

She was wet, & all was set,

He gave a joyous cry.

The hole was wide...he looked inside

& all was dark and murky.

He rubbed his hands & stretched his arms...

And then he stuffed the turkey.

To all of you that celebrate the day, "Happy Thanksgiving!" To those that don't, take a minute to be thankful for your family and friends, near and far.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving

I'm braving the winters of North Dakota this Thanksgiving. So, I've recycled a couple of old posts while I'm gone. I sincerely hope that all of you enjoy the day. I'll "see" you when I return.
Throughout his career, Mr. D has played numerous characters. Some good, some bad. Some happy, some sad. Some ugly, some pretty. Some nasty, some shitty. Heroes, bad guys, some victims, some cops. Some on the bottom, some on the tops!

(Now you know why I don't do poetry!)

He truly is the "Human Chameleon". He is also one of those rare actors that draws his audience into the "life" and situation that his character is experiencing. He challenges us. He makes us meet him halfway. He entertains us. He compels us to think at times. Others, he takes us along for the ride.
Then there are the ones that make us tingle, make us........HORNY!

Sexist "man of the cloth" ever......
"Yes, I confess, I confess. Please make me stay later for private tutoring."

Extraterrestrial insect..... "Cuter than a bug's ear". I have no fucking idea where this saying came from.....

The greatest, most wonderful genius to ever wear a badge.
Not to mention sexiest. Oh, greatest hair. And beard. Don't forget the cutest nose, longest thickest eyelashes. Egad......those eyebrows......ears.......ass.........ass.......ass.....

Oh, the bad boys. There are SO many. We each have our favorite.
Or, should I say favoriteS for a lot of us!

Don't even get me started on all of those wild, passionate lovers.
He's played a multitude of men that any of us would gladly throw ourselves at. Hell, we'd trip over each other trying to get to him!

I just HAD to sneak in another heartthrob.

Who else could be 6'4" and play a 5'6" political activist?

A brilliant, bipolar, under appreciated troubled writer.

A murder victim.
Killed by a fucking weasel of a "man".

Imho, the best roles that he can slide right into:
A hard working, middle aged (sexy as hell) father.

Then there are the "unusual" protagonists. Unusual, but hunky none the less!
Let's see: bisexual porn star, bald antiques collector, unfortunate stalking victim.

My favorite drug dealer.

His ability to play the ordinary, everyday, normal guy.
I'd NEVER get out of his cab!

I'm not a big fan of art but, I'll suffer and make an exception here.

Superhero, hunk.
Long golden tresses, tight jeans, black biker boots, muscle man t-shirt, sweaty muscles, luscious lips, lean hips, tight ass, broad shoulders........excuse me, I need to "relieve" some tension.

We've seen what he can do.

How about a role that he hasn't played? I know what I'd like to see him try. If a re-make was ever made of some films, here's what I'd want Mr. D to try his hand at:
John Wayne's role of Ethan Edwards, "The Searchers".
James Cagney's role of Cody Jarret, "White Heat".
Cary Grant's role in "Bringing Up Baby".
Spencer Tracy's role in "Inherit the Wind".
Gregory Peck's role of Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird".

What's your opinion? What role(s) would you like to see him tackle?

Hell, who am I kidding............put him on a horse and I'll be happy!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Sunday Vornography

E"noff" said.......

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Have fun

Collage courtesy of nantz.

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Friday, November 19, 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010


What a week!

It started last Saturday with the first big snowstorm of the season. 8 in isn't a lot but, it was "heart attack" snow; you know, the crap that's all water and weighs a ton. The plows were pushing a wave of water under the snow on the streets. It stuck to the shovels and anything else that came into contact with it. The trees were beautiful but couldn't stand up to the weight. So, falling trees made for broken power lines...........and Fuzzy without electricity. Fuzzy without a computer, is a sad Fuzzy.

Monday night the power returned. However, NO internet (insert !#@**&%!!!!! or any word of your choice). I called my internet provider and some of their lines were still down or, in my case, someone plowed the damn terminal over. A frustrated and pissed Fuzzy is a bad Fuzzy........

Today I woke up and HOORAY!!!!!! Internet!

Friday, November 12, 2010

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Evil, aren't I? LOL

Thursday, November 11, 2010

On this day in 1918, "The Great War" ended with the signing of The Treaty of Versailles. The people of that time thought that they had just ended "the War to End All Wars." Sadly, they could never have been more wrong. Mankind's nature leads to conflict. Whether it's because of political, ethnic, religious, economic reasons or just plain animosity or orneriness, the human race is fated to clash for/over whatever excuse. Men, women, husbands, wives, sons, daughters, military personnel and civilians have lost/given their lives in battle. No matter what your personal views are of conflict, please remember that, those that have died were someone's hero.

So, whether you call it Armistice Day, Rememberance Day, Poppy Day, Veterans' Day or just November 11, 2010, think of those who are gone.


Thank a Vet today........and every day.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

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Monday, November 8, 2010

Click to Mix and Solve
Thank you to V-Cat for the cap ;)

I must confess

I LOVE the new look of my blog. However, if it wasn't for nantz, it wouldn't look nearly as nice. I take credit for the raindrops, the color and the sidebar. Dear nantz worked out the rest. Didn't she do a great job?! My attempt at revamping the look was, shall we just say, laughable. Nantz made it fit and made the magnificent banner. My creative streak is just a trickle compared to her river of talent.

Thank you, nantz.

I hope the rest of you enjoy it as much as I do!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Endorsement 2, con't

"Of course I'm still using the 'Nipple Balm' that you wanted me to try...."

"......that is, the stuff that Bobby hasn't stolen from me!"

"I didn't steal it , Eames, I just jimmied the center drawer of your desk."


"Okay Bobby, give it back AND no more stealing from Eames' desk. Got that?!"

"Yes sir. But, you really should feel the difference that it makes."

"Really? Eames, can I have a little?"

"Oh Christ! I don't believe the two of you!!"

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Naples video interview

Naples 11-6-10


The funny thing is, I've watched this a dozen times and STILL don't know what he said.

I just sit and stare.

Maybe I should turn the sound on...........

Friday, November 5, 2010

Might be old news

but still a treat to watch.

View more news videos at: http://www.nbcwashington.com/video.

Actor/director Vincent D'Onofrio arrives in Savannah for film festival

Vincent D'Onofrio arrives in Savannah for film festival

Posted: November 3, 2010 - 12:19am | Updated: November 3, 2010 - 10:52am
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Vincent D'Onofrio. (Photo by Carl Elmore/Savannah Morning News)  Carl Elmore
Vincent D'Onofrio. (Photo by Carl Elmore/Savannah Morning News)

Vincent D'Onofrio doesn't do many film festivals, but he's made an exception for the one in Savannah.

"They said they wanted to screen my movie, so here I am," he said Tuesday at the Marshall House.

D'Onofrio's film "Don't Go in the Woods" was on the schedule for a Tuesday night screening. "I told them I would do whatever they needed," he said.

That includes meeting with Savannah College of Art and Design students today. D'Onofrio plans to attend SCAD film and television professor Michael Chaney's coffee meeting to talk filmmaking, and he also hopes to speak to a class.

D'Onofrio flew into Savannah on Tuesday and is staying until Thursday. With him is his daughter, Leila, 18, who said her father is "a fun, cool dad."

"He's like a big kid," Leila said. "He's the one forcing me to play video games and not the other way around."

Very much a family man, D'Onofrio said he doesn't do much socializing.

"I have three kids, ages 2, 10 and 18, and we live a very normal life in New York City," he said.

While he's well-known as an actor, D'Onofrio also is a director and producer and directed "Don't Go in the Woods." The film is "a creepy musical about a band that goes into the woods to write an album and gets more than they expected," he said.

The screenplay was written by D'Onofrio's friend, Sam Bisbee, a composer and lyricist.

"He's an amazing rocker," D'Onofrio said.

A sometime singer himself, D'Onofrio sings in the film, although he's not seen. His voice is heard on the radio as a country singer named George Geronimo Gerkie.

Breaking in

His father was involved in community theater, and after doing some tech work, D'Onofrio turned to acting. Today, he's been called "The Human Chameleon" because of his versatility.

"When I was 18, I realized I wanted to be an actor," D'Onofrio said. "I got very confident being on stage because I was a magician as a kid."

D'Onofrio studied at the Actors Studio and the American Stanislavski Theatre, debuting on stage in the Broadway play "Open Admissions" in 1984. He went on to do several plays before he was cast as "Pvt. Pyle" in Stanley Kubrick's Vietnam film, "Full Metal Jacket."

The part was his career break, and D'Onofrio gained nearly 70 pounds to play a recruit who wants to be a Marine but can't keep up during basic training. In a particularly harrowing and heartbreaking scene, he is severely beaten by fellow recruits and becomes mentally unbalanced.

That role remains D'Onofrio's favorite. "It's why I'm here," he said. "I haven't stopped working since it."

Over the years, D'Onofrio has appeared in films such as "Mystic Pizza," "Dying Young," "JFK" and "Men in Black." He has done extensive work in television, and in 2001, he took on the role of Detective Robert Goren, the lead character in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

The show has been successful, but D'Onofrio prefers film. "Television is a lot of hard work," he said. "Film is like a vacation.

For young people wanting to get into the film industry, D'Onofrio has some advice: "Perseverance is everything. You have to be able to handle rejection."

D'Onofrio has a budding filmmaker of his own. Leila plans to earn a film degree at New York University.

"You have to be able to say, 'This is what I'm going to do and nothing is going to stop me,'" D'Onofrio said.