Human breasts are a wonderful thing. That really needs to be clarified…. a woman’s breasts are a wonderful thing. Men’s not so much. I work in a company of mostly women, so am regaled by the sight of women’s breasts on a daily basis. Some are more proud of them than others, but they are plentiful, come in all shapes and sizes, and fascinate me.
I especially enjoy talking to a beautiful women who is squared off, face to face, looking very serious, and focusing on her important topic, who, in mid sentence crosses her arms in front of her chest. At that point, she inevitably gives a little clench, squeezing her arms together. Almost magically, both of her breasts rise up ever so slightly, bulging at the top of her bra which I am acutely aware is hiding right below her blouse. The cleavage becomes pronounced, straining to be free. A beautiful sight. Continue reading
On Thursday, December 22, 2010 a man was sentenced to life in prison for his little part of a dirty little war. Former Argentine dictator Jorge Videla was officially convicted of the toture and murder of 31 prisoners in 1976. There were another two dozen people charged in connection with those same 31 deaths. Most of those charged also got life in prison. All of their victims had been Argentine prisoners who were pulled from their cells and “shot while trying to escape” as the military consolidated its power in the months after the coup earlier that year. Continue reading
It is a conflict that cannot end well. Israel claims they have a right to occupy the land they were deeded and the land they captured as a historical birthright. The Palestinians and surrounding Arabs claim Israel has an illegal possession of the lands that rightfully belong to them. Combine those two opposing views and a massive amount of funding from the U.S. and you have the makings for a real nasty and prolonged scuffle.Continue reading
A lot of people make fun of Juneteenth. If you had been a black living in Texas in 1865 you would have a different point of view. Although Lincoln officially freed all slaves with the Emancipation Proclamation effective January of 1863, it didn’t carry any weight in Texas. So from the period from 1863 through 1865 slaves stayed slaves in most parts of Texas. June 19th, 1865 changed all that…at least officially.
On June 19th 1865, General Gordon Granger took 2000 troops to Galveston Texas where he read General Order 3 that announced slavery ceased to exist, but that all former slaves were to continue to work for their former masters with the difference that they would now receive wages for their efforts. It should also be noted that the General also announced the former slaves weren’t welcome at army installation, nor were they “going to be supported in idleness.” In other words they were free – but on their own.Continue reading