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Nuts

Nuts   Nuts was an English pornographic magazine launched in January, 2004, and which closed in April, 2014, after a relatively successful top shelf life. Mainly, it existed as a temptation for schoolboys, who could reach that high. At least tall enough to qualify as adults for a monthly publication that required the purchaser to be able to prove their identity, 18 was the age that the judicial system conferred legality on humans being able to be seen naked by other humans....

Running The Arrow

Running The Arrow   According to Hollywood, district of the city of Los Angeles` center of the movie industry, on the west coast of the state of California, in the United States of America, it`s a North American Indian tradition to `run the arrow`, which is a metaphor for what gambler`s might define as a `death throw`, that is, a last throw of the dice to see if they`ll live. In the movie, Run The Arrow (1957), for example, actor Rod Steiger has the role of O` Meara who, after the...

Steve McQueen: The Great Escape

Steve McQueen: The Great Escape   Steve McQueen, an actor in films made in the capital of the movie industry`s mass media Empire of the United States, that is, within the Hollywood, `Babylon`, district of the city of Los Angeles on the west coast of the state of California, was regarded for his loose appearance on screen, for example, The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), an escapist movie about a rich businessman who engages in large scale theft for fun, and in which McQueen adopted his...

Traditional British and American Horror of Horrors

Traditional British and American Horror of Horrors   The United Kingdom is almost universally known to be sexually repressive to the point at which lavish stage shows such as No Sex Please We`re British (1971) epitomize what`s thought to be best about England, irrespective of the thoughts of the people that live there. In recent years the `English disease` managed to make its way across `the pond` of the Atlantic ocean where, in the steps of the `soaraway Sun` newspaper`s ban on `Page...

Rotten Johnnies In Liebesverzicht

Rotten Johnnies In Liebesverzicht   Christianity is Satanism is a difficult concept, although it`s easier if Christianity is defined as `rot`. Those who want to live are condemned for trying, which results in Christianity defining them as Satanists, because they leave the top off the toothpaste in the morning. The phenomenon was most clearly evident in the 20th century, when the Jews in National Socialist (Nazi) Germany were pogromed in death camps, because they wouldn`t accept that...

The Towers Of Silence

The Towers Of Silence     John Paul Jones was bass guitarist with the so-called `fathers` of `heavy metal`, Led Zeppelin (1969-80), who are seen by most commentators as the inaugurators of the contemporary rock sound, which by the late 20th century had spawned the abomination of `death metal`. Before that, Led Zeppelin`s famous drummer, John Bonham, had died in 1980. Bonham was renowned for his `lame` drum sound, which sounded like a crippled man dragging his foot,...

The Dollhouse Lacked A National Vocational Qualification

Dollhouse Lacked A National Vocational Qualification     In the United Kingdom (UK) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland the National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) was introduced for those learners who were perceived as underachievers, although deserving of the opportunity to receive training to prepare them for useful working lives apart from those more academic educational qualifications awarded at institutions. NVQs were awarded on a five stage basis during a training...

Snuffy Satan

Snuffy Satan Christianity`s belief that their congregations are redeemed, because of Jesus` redemptive blood, presupposes that the Jewish Messiah said `Yes` to his being taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem during the occupation of Palestine by the legions of the Roman Emperor, Tiberius, whereas Jesus said `No` to his being nailed to a cross of wood where he was left to die before the Roman guard, Longinus, pierced his side with a spear, proclaiming, `Surely, this was the...

The Spirit Of The Mad Chariot Driver

The Spirit Of The Mad Chariot Driver The spirit of the world was foreshadowed in Jesus` encounter with the man on the road near the town of Gadarene who told the Jewish Messiah in Palestine then occupied by the legions of the Roman Empire: `My name is legion.` Because he was possessed by demons, he was a type of Roman occupation, which the Jews were fighting against at that time as rebels. Jesus` teaching was similar to Mahatma Ghandi`s of India during occupation by the British Empire....

Scarlett`s Letter

Scarlett`s Letter   Nathaniel Hawthorne`s novel, The Scarlet Letter (1850), preceded the American Civil war (1861-5) by a brief span of time, whereas Margaret Mitchell`s character, Scarlett, in Gone With The Wind (1936), was written about that ante-bellum period, and before the outset of the Second World War (1939-45) against the fascist powers of Italy, Germany, and Japan. The theme of adultery, which is Hawthorne`s in The Scarlet Letter set in Boston, Massachusetts, because the scarlet...
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