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About Dworkin

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  • Birthday 08/25/1951

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    Skay Jubal, the Last Castle in Ann Arbor
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    A deep appreciation of the absurd, obscure, one not quite to blaze new trails but certainly with a preference for those less traveled. Curious and inquisitive about much especially that which involves the mental process. Enjoyment of Humor, Sci-Fi, Science, Difficult Listening Music and of course the allure of a well turned leg and the complete package therein.
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    Hanes Dress Sheers, Nationals, RHT of course...
  1. Greetings there Lucky. And welcome to SHQ. Not sure of your meaning (tongue in cheek perhaps?), however, I think not that the proctors here are to take issue. Allow elaboration if you will. Folks have been well known to spend huge amounts to attain antiques and "works" of art. Again, whether real (authenticated) or not. Music heads would pay to have say Jimi Hendrix guitar strings. Unscrupulous sorts could have them for offer without any proof and folks would still buy them. That is how strong the idea is. The concept applies to plethora of things and humans have this thing about collecting things and in the matter of the original question, used personal intimates. Were such claimed to be from someone of acclaim the interest level would quite increase. That is just human nature. I would care to believe all have had a learning curve experience here and heck, that is a part of what I also believe SHQ Forums to be about. Cheers, Dworkin
  2. Greetings there Folks. Here Here and There There. Points taken. This is that which technically should be in another category. One other hands, this portal has been used times past for posting other technically unrelated subject matter and to split hairs, panties could be considered related as lingerie and stockings do hold hands. No offence Annabel though had your question been posed with softer phrasing, acceptance probably would have been more receptive. What is done is, the question has been addressed as well as the fallout. No doubt something of the nature shall occur again and being a group with wide view points we should take off topics with a grain of salt and suggest gentle direction to a proper place. I'll ask simply: who here has not made a mistake? A tad to add on the now recognized topic. There are those that by obtaining something with a provenance whether real or perceived holds considerable value. This is well known among antique collectors and particularly with art. When dealing with the particular topic here, those receptive are prone to become excited at the very idea that someone may have had some intimate contact with what many may consider an intimate item. This is another elated to primordial humanoid behavior that still has an effect to more than a few. This also affects all sexes though generally is more of a "guy" gig. Particularly with fellows the mere idea that an item was worn or even in possession by someone (in this case say a woman) has potential to conger up all manners of fantasies, even should there be no conclusive proof of the history. Just the conceptual idea holds mystique and excitement as after all, men are generally much more easily aroused than women. Anyway, another couple of takes on what has become a questionable subject if only due to the manner of wording and/or placement. Regards, Dworkin
  3. Greetings again Quantum. Bosum has provided an excellent response in my view. Ultimately, you is who you is and to be anyone else takes far too much energy unless you care to live a life that is not yours and you do not seem as the spy type. Attempting to live a lie so to say, to "fit in" is a real drain. Unless you are an incredibly dynamic sort, to do otherwise, happiness and satisfaction would be as elusive as a perfect politician or perish, World Peace. Bottom line: You've need to be who you are because in the end that is who you really are. Best, Dworkin
  4. Greetings there Folks. Thanks to Satin and Silk for the first wisp of humour. As many may know, I am astutely serious individual and purport to be conservatively outrageous when possible. Anyone to believe that first part, contact me about land for sale... Alright, the first two: Think Before You Speak: Perhaps the wrong thing to say: A married couple was sitting in a fine restaurant when the wife looks over at a nearby table and sees a man in a drunken stupor. The husband asks, "I notice you've been watching that man for some time now. Do you know him?" "Yes" she replies, "He's my ex-husband, and has been drinking like that since I left him seven years ago." "That's remarkable" the husband replies, "I wouldn't think anybody could celebrate that long!" Services will be held at 2:30pm Saturday at Forest Lawn Mortuary. and, The Burned Out Gynecologist : A gynecologist had become fed up with malpractice insurance and was on the verge of being burned out. Hoping to try another career where skillful hands would be beneficial, he decided to change careers and became an auto mechanic. He found out from the local technical college what was involved,signed up for evening classes, attended diligently and learned all he could. When the time for the practical exam approached, the gynecologist prepared carefully for weeks, and completed the exam with tremendous skill. When the results came back, he was surprised to find that he had obtained a score of 150%. Fearing an error, he called the instructor saying, "I don't want to appear ungrateful for such an outstanding result, but I wondered if there has been an error that needs adjusting?" The instructor said, "During the exam, you took the engine apart perfectly, which was worth 50% of the total mark. You put the engine back together again perfectly which is also worth 50% of the mark." The instructor went on to say, "I gave you an extra 50% because you did all of it through the muffler."