Friday, May 29, 2009

Top 100 songs of all time: Someone somewhere in summertime.

The story goes way back in the early 80's the Pretenders and Simple Minds were touring Australia together part of a big road-show concert similar to the big day out of now. It was Summertime and both lead singers met and fell in love.Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders married Jim Kerr of Simple Minds in 1984 it last till 1990 but the song will last forever. This is the song Jim Kerr & Simple Minds wrote to celebrate there love.

Stay, Im burning slowWith me in the rain, walking in the soft rainCalling out my nameSee me burning slowBrilliant days, wake up on brilliant daysShadows of brilliant ways will change all the timeMemories, burning gold memoriesGold of day memories change me in these timesSomewhere there is some place, that one million eyes cant seeAnd somewhere there is someone, who can see what I can seeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertime

Moments burn, slow burning golden nightsOnce more see city lights holding candles to the flameBrilliant days, wake up on brilliant daysShadows of brilliant ways will change me all the timeSomewhere there is some place, that one million eyes cant seeAnd somewhere there is someone, who can see what I can seeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertimeSomeone, somewhere in summertime

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Past TV: Twin Peaks

I don't know anyone who doesn't like "Twin Peaks" it was the end of the eighties and it was the end of innocents on TV.
I have sat through the whole of season one and soon will purchase the second DVD when I find it.
David Lynch did a fantastic job switching from the big screen to the small one. Allowing us to get to know all the characters (good & evil) of Twin Peaks. The I’ve seen the show a few times now, I still find something refreshing and new to take away from the viewing.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Something stupid

After a four-year tour of duty in the Israeli Army, which included participation in Desert Storm, Sagi Kalev resumed his weightlifting and bodybuilding interests, capturing two "Mr. Israel" titles in the process. He also began his college education, which culminated with a degree in physical education and a minor in nutrition from the University of Central Florida.He says in an interview. "In 1996, while living in California, Sagi started modeling after he was discovered at a local gym. He landed in the hands of American photographer Martin Ryter who put him on the cover of Men's Workout magazine and inside several other bodybuilding-fitness publications. He also made guest appearances on Baywatch and The Young and the Restless television series.
Sagi's modeling aspirations got another major boost the same year when Spencer Gifts, one of the largest retail gift store chains in the U.S., signed a four-year contract with him as their spokes model. In fact, Sagi's distinctive images are still marketed by Spencer Gifts in the form of greeting cards, gift bags and key chains."

His last bodybuilding competitions were local shows in 1998 and 1999 in Texas, where he won the middleweight class at the 1998 NPC Southwest USA Bodybuilding Championships and the light-heavyweight title at the '99 NPC Lone Star Bodybuilding Classic. Sagi decided to get back into physique modeling in the spring of 2003. Since that time, modeling offers have come in quickly, including a contract with Impact Nutrition and Lifewave as a representative and spokesperson for the companies. Sagi is now prominently featured in Impact and Lifewave advertisements, in Iron Man Magazine, and for the Red Dragon bodybuilding supplements. In addition he has appeared on four Muscle & Fitness covers in 2003-2004 as well as covers of Hardcore Muscle, Iron Man and Men's Workout.

Height: 5'9"
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Blue
Suit Size: 46"
Shoe size: 9.5 US
Waist: 30"

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Top 100 songs of all time: Safe Euopean home

Well, I just got back an' I wish I never leave now (where'd ya go?) Who dat Martian arrival at the airport yeah? (where'd ya go?) How many local dollars for a local anaesthetic? (where'd ya go?) The Johnny on the corner wasn't very sympathetic (where'd ya go?) I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery Sitting here in my safe European home Don't wanna go back there again. Wasn't lucky an' wouldn't it be loverly? (where'd ya go?) Send us all cards, an' have a laying in on a Sunday (where'd ya go?) I was there for two weeks, so how come I never tell now (where'd ya go?) That Natty Dread drinks at the Sheraton Hotel now (where'd ya go?) I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery Sitting here in my safe European home Don't wanna go back there again. They got the sun, an' they got the palm trees (where'd ya go?) They got the weed, an' they got the taxes (where'd ya go?) Whoa, The Harder They Come, an' the home of ol' bluebeat (where'd ya go?) I'd stay an' be a tourist but I can't take the gunplay (where'd ya go?) I went to the place where every white face is an invitation to robbery Sitting here in my safe European home Don't wanna go back there again. Rudie come From Jamaica Cos Rudie can't fail Cos Rudie come From Jamaica Rudie can't fail Rudie come From Jamaica Cos Rudie can't fail Cos Rudie come From Jamaica Rudie can't fail Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie Rudie can't fail Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie Rudie can't fail Cos Rudie's went there And Rudie's lived there And Rudie come back, come back now And Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie Come back, come on now oh now Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie Rudie can't fail Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie Rudie, YOU CAN'T FAIL! Rudie come on and Rudie come And Rudie can't fail Explosive! (Rudie come on, Rudie, Rudie... Rudie can't fail...) You're day at home You try the fog train (Rudie, Rudie, Rudie, Rudie.....) (You're day at home, You try the fog train) Rudie come back And Rudie did No else wants to be this way

Monday, May 25, 2009

Tram hits car or is it car hits tram?

Last night the rain came back to Melbourne and everytime it rains I remember I need to buy new shoes. So I rushed out from work sometime after 6pm and every tram I wanted was going the wrong way plus I wanted a seat as well. Lets be fat and lazy I thought. When the 96 came it was crowded so I gave it the flick and caught a tram heading down St Kilda road but it stoped short at Fitzroy St because of a Tram accident with a car or was it a car hits a tram. Whatever it was it was, it was huge. people everywhere and the traffice was chaos. When my wet feet and I got to the Prince hotel where the accident happened - I so want to take pictures but it would of looked bad, so I didn't. I did notic it was the 96 and though I could of been on that Tram. (I could of died)What I did find out, a woman was driving on Fitzroy St St Kilda with her children in the back of the car when it hit the tram. Today in the paper is was reported that "a 10-year-old has been rushed to hospital after the car he was travelling in collided with a tram in St Kilda tonight. Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to the corner of Fitzroy St and Park St about 6.45pm. Fire crews worked for more than two hours to free the boy from the car. An Ambulance Victoria spokesman said the young boy was taken to Royal Children Hospital with leg injuries. Police are investigating the crash."
As for me I wore my new shoes today as the old ones are wet and need drying out.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

AFL: Swans & Port

Swans playing Port in Sydney. Even Captin Kirk can't watch this game.
Even Adam Goods has some issues on what direction the game should go.
Everyone is jumping for joy with the Swans pulling off another winning performance.
Someone forgot to tell Barry Hall we are winning.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

More of the kiwi and the lion

Today I received invite from the puma to return to Sydney and help him celebrate his birthday. I didn't have to think twice and purchased a ticket home. It will be good to see all my friends again, especially the kiwi and the lion. Somethings have changed like the kiwi has changed he's name but the rest still feels the same. Though I'm flying off to Canberra next weekend for AFL. Plus hooking up with the Lion and big bird. Though now I have another weekend away to look forward to and though it's only for 3 days away it feels like 3 weeks.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Top 100 songs of all time: Karma Police

What can you say about this song apart from it's the best Radio Head song of alltime.

Melbourne Cafes Minh Minh

Richmond like Newtown in Sydney is a goldmine for places to eat. And like Newtown you can find some really good Vietnamese restaurants, one I always go to is Minh Minh. Like Vietnamese and you won't be disappointed. It round the corner from a few gay bars so grab a bit to eat then head out to watch a few drag show.
Address of Minh Minh 94 Victoria St, Richmond 03 94277891Vietnamese Restaurants.

Morrissey turns 50 today

Morrissey with the band the Smiths were the Beatles of the 80's. They had the sound the look and were on all the music magazines at the time. Morrissey pictures below with GAY icon Nancy Sinatra. I wonder what her father Frank would of thought of Morrissey and his music.
These days the man is 50 and like all of us who can remember "The Troggs" must be getting older.
The man bores me to tears.
No- I was only joking.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Man of the month: French Super Swimmers, Frederick Bousquet and Alain Bernard

Frederk Bousquet (Picture above)
Clothes make the man: France's Frederick Bousquet points to the high-tech swim suit that allowed him to make a farce of the old world record in the 50-meter freestyle. (Photo: Claude Paris / AP)
By Philip Hersh How I love it when events conspire to underscore a point made here previously. Last week, I noted the absurd mess international swimming leaders have allowed hi-tech swimsuits to create in their sport. And here is the latest evidence: Friday at the French Swimming Championships, Alain Bernard set a 100-meter world record (46.94, first under 47 seconds) in an Arena suit that apparently will no longer be legal in competition after Jan. 1, 2010. Saturday, Frederick Bousquet set a 50-meter world record (20.94, first under 21 seconds and a ridiculous .34 faster than the previous record, also set in high-tech apparel last year) in a Jaked suit that also will be illegal after Jan. 1. Both suits were covered in polyurethane panels. The international swimming federation, (whose French acronym, FINA, obviously stands for Foolish Imbeciles and Nattering Asses), has ruled that suits can include no more than 50 percent polyurethane covering after Jan. 1. And what about the world records set in them? FINA has no answer yet for that, even though there should be no question about chucking Bernard's record, since his suit had not yet received the necessary FINA approval for competition. `It's totally out of control,'' Mark Schubert, USA swimming's national team director, told me by telephone Monday. ``Now we're into speedboat driving.'' You have to give the FINA pooh-bahs credit for achieving the impossible, though: they have managed to make the sport's current world records even more meaningless than all the track and field records that stand more than a decade after evidence surfaced to show they were set by doped Eastern Bloc athletes (and some westerners who obviously were doping to keep up with the competition). The Italian coach who last year called the high-tech swimsuits ``technological doping'' was 100 percent right. ``It would be pretty unfair if a record was set in a suit that becomes illegal and was determined to give a decisive competitive advantge,'' Schubert said. ``But the saddest thing is we no longer are able to compasre generations. Swimming should be about the swimmer, not the suit.'' And while the suit may not account for all the difference in these two performances, it should be noted that Bernard swam more than a half-second slower in the final Saturday while wearing his old (and legal) suit than he had in Friday's semifinal. The most pathetic part of this aquatic farce is not only is it ruining the sport but it also is blowing up in the faces of athletes. Take backstroker Pierre Roger. His Jaked suit cracked at the start of the French Championships final, when Roger finished fifth in a time five seconds slower than the national record he set in the semifinal. That snafu cost him a place on France's team at the July World Championships. My only question now is this: how long will the International Olympic Committee sit idly by while one of the premier sports on the Olympic program becomes a laughingstock? The IOC always hides behind the mantra that each federation makes its own rules. But it was quick to intervene during the pairs skating affair in Salt Lake City, forcing the International Skating Union not only to award a second gold medal but to completely revise its judging process. The IOC needs to step in and stop an arms race that is making equipment manufacturers rich and the sport poorer. FINA has let the manufacturers set the agenda (and wouldn't you love to know about the money being tossed around sub rosa?) Of course, maybe no one at the IOC gets the irony that swimming is drowning itself in suits that make it too easy for swimmers to float.

Things heated up for Frederk Bousquest when posting nude photos of apparent French swimmer. The photos first appeared on the UK’s FM Forum with the first explicit image being posted on August 30, 2008 by a user under the alias ‘lenad441′. Readers of the thread commented wanting to see the “whole package”. “If the response gets better for this thread, i.e. more posts expressing interest, i will post even more pics…showing even more,” the poster said. When questioned about how he obtained the photos lenad441 merely replied that Frederick used his web cam.

Alain Bernard DOB 01/05/83 Olymipic champion who has become the first person to go under the magical 47 second barrier in the 100 meter freestyle.

last week in the French national championship wearing the not-yet-approved swimsuit these swimmers were breaking all kinds of records.


Today in Melbourne was a great day for FOG.
Not sinch living in London have I seen such thick FOG. Being up in the 43rd floor it's impossible to see through the FOG.
Gives me a feeling of flying through the clouds and trying to touch the sunshine within the FOG.
While down below upon the busy streets your average man and women struggle in the cold on there way to work another day.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Changes to the Mardi Gras

Today's big news was the changes for Mardi Gras starting in 2010.
(Picture is me Allan Alex and Gus in the Kylie Float 2007.)
Mardi Gras have announced bold changes to their format in 2010 which includes an even shorter festival and the splitting of Parade and Party, which will now run on separate weekends. They’ve also announced the theme for 2010 – Mardi Gras’ History of the World.
The festival will now run for two weeks which will launch with Fair Day on Sunday 21st February in Victoria Park, build to Mardi Gras Parade in the middle of the season, and will end with Party.
Mardi Gras Parade will still take place on Oxford Street in Darlinghurst and Mardi Gras will still be hosting a post-Parade event that night. Details of this event are yet to be announced.
Harbour Party will be back as well, and will take place on Sunday after Parade, making it more of a recovery party.
The 2010 season theme, Mardi Gras’ History of the World, aims to explore gay people’s stories through the ages and provide a queer take on some of the great moments and figures of history. The theme will run throughout Mardi Gras’ key events – Fair Day, Harbour ‘10, Parade and Mardi Gras Party.
“2009 was always going to be a pivotal year for us after the thirtieth anniversary in 2008,” said Chair David Imrie in a statement. “We got back on TV, secured state government funding, grew the Parade, brought in bigger acts, with Joan Rivers and Paul Oakenfold and certainly got more media attention. In 2010 we will continue this growth with a punchier format, delivering two weeks of stunning arts and entertainment.”
Danielle Harvey, Festival Executive Producer, is pleased with the now even shorter Festival format.
“A review of major arts festivals around the world showed they were typically two week festivals. By moving to two weeks we will be able to create a much more impactful experience for both local and international audiences.”
Anna McInerney, the CEO of New Mardi Gras, says that the changes are more in keeping with other major festival type events around the world.
“Rio and New Orleans are not just a single parade – though they have that as their core. They encompass many small parades and parties and go on for days. That is what we want to bring to Sydney at Mardi Gras and in particular that final week.”
McInerney went on to say that the theme allows for both celebration and political statements.
“It’s important that the themes we choose can support both these elements. Mardi Gras’ History of the World will of course be a very tongue-in-cheek and colourful exploration of the past, but it will also find room for us to honour some great people and mark things that we as a community need to remember, like Stonewall or the pink triangle victims of the Nazi concentration camps.”
2010 Mardi Gras season dates are as follows:Mardi Gras Launch and Fair Day- February 21Mardi Gras Parade – February 27Harbour ‘10 – February 28Mardi Gras Party – March 6.
COVERUP was the headline
The splitting of Mardi Gras Parade and Party has less to do with tired marchers, and more to do with pressure from commercial partners and an administrative oversight, according to former Mardi Gras President Richard Cobden.
“The change was driven by an agreement with Atlantis Cruises, which obliged New Mardi Gras to move the Parade to the last Saturday in February, while the standing booking for the RHI/Hordern is the first Saturday in March,” Cobden told Same Same.
“Apparently an attempt was made by New Mardi Gras to move the Party date to the Parade date but Playbill, who control the Showground/Fox venues, rejected it on the basis that the venue was already booked for a Gift Fair. In other words, the separated dates were the result of a combination of an undisclosed commercial obligation and a plain and simple oversight. Any suggestion that it is by design is an attempt to cover it up.”
The changes have caused great debate – some have embraced the change, others have cited the impact it will have on many interstate and overseas tourists who will not be able to attend both Parade and Party.
“The Parade and Party are two inseparable events. It’s like having a wedding one week and the reception the next week!” says Cobden.
Cobden would not reveal his source, but said that the person is ‘highly placed’, the information is credible, and that he heard it six weeks ago.
When the changes were first announced New Mardi Gras issued a statement outlining that the decision to split Parade and Party was based on “research through focus groups and surveys” which suggested they experiment with the format, an awareness of “large numbers of Parade participants [who] don’t make it to the Party [because they] are simply too tired” and to create “a longer buzz”.
In addition to the Party on March 6, Mardi Gras also have plans to hold a post-Parade event as well, which seems to have further confused the issue.
When Same Same asked David Imrie, Chair of New Mardi Gras whether the claims were true, we were told that Mardi Gras is not in a position to share details of conversations with its commercial partners, nor could it speak on their behalf.
Imrie denied that there was any scheduling mistake. “The planning was deliberate and strategic. There was no oversight, no error.”
We were also referred back to the original press release and told that ‘many have celebrated the new format, some have not’.
“Some have also theorised as to the ‘real reasons’ we have redesigned the Festival,” said Imrie. “These ‘real reasons’ are quite simple – the desire to evolve and change, to create energy and vibrancy, and to ensure the prosperity of Mardi Gras in the future.”
In an interview with Sydney Star Observer this week Imrie could not account for why passengers booked on the Atlantis cruise were not told of the split events, given that the two organisations have been working so closely together.
“Atlantis have been aware of our programming and the dates we booked the venue for the party. So I’m not sure how that’s occurred,” said Imrie.
As of today Atlantis Cruises’ website still incorrectly claims that they’ve “worked closely with Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras to perfectly coordinate [their] schedules” and that guests will “arrive in Sydney the same day as the famous Mardi Gras Parade and Party”.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Freemason release new song:

Freemasons have just finished the 2nd album at last, with help from Beyonce, Kylie, Kelly as well as special remixes from Eurythmics 'Here Comes The Rain' , Marvin Gaye 'Heard It Through The Grapevine' and New Order 'Blue Monday' are also on there. Peter Hook has said its the most respectful remix of Blue Monday he's ever heard. *chuffed*. Also we've included some of favorite mash-ups that we play out - Deadmau5 & Coldcut, Calvin Harris & Ultra Nate. Also they have completed a fab new mix of Love On My Mind. Full tracklisting below.
1 Solange 'Sandcastle Disco' (Freemasons Remix)
2 Jamiroquai 'Don't Give Hate A Chance' (Freemasons Remix)
3 Funk Fanatics ft Peyton 'Love is the Answer' (Freemasons Remix)
4 Freemasons ft Bailey Tzuke 'Uninvited'
5 Axwell& Bob Sinclar 'What A Wonderful World' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
6 Moby 'Disco Lies' (Freemasons Remix)
7 Outsiders ft Amanda Wilson 'Keep This Fire Burning' (Freemasons Remix)
8 Mr DYF Feat Shena 'Hold On' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
9 Freemasons 'Pjanoo' ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
10 Freemasons ft Amanda Wilson 'Watchin' (Acapella)
11 Calvin Harris 'Colours'
12 Ultra Nate 'Free' (Acapella)
13 Freemasons ft Katherine Ellis 'When You Touch Me'
14 Freemasons ft Amanda Wilson 'Love On My Mind' NEW MIX ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
** HMV ONLY** bonus track
15 Disco Freaks 'Take Me 2 The Sun' (Freemasons Remix)
1 Beyonce 'Ring The Alarm' (Freemasons Remix)
2 Kelly Rowland 'Work' (Freemasons Remix)
3 Justice 'Phantom Pt 2' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
4 New Order 'Blue Monday' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
5 Kylie 'The One' (Freemasons Remix)
6 Deadmau5 'Ghosts & Stuff'
7 Coldcut & Lisa Stansfield 'People Hold On' (Acapella)
8 Gusto 'Disco's Revenge' (Freemasons Remix)
9 Eurythmics 'Here Comes The Rain Again' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE
10 Red Carpet 'Alright'
11 Kings of Tommorow 'Finally' (Acapella)
12 Freemasons ft Sophie Ellis-Bextor 'Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer)'
13 Freemasons ft Siedah Garret 'Rain Down Love'
14 Marvin Gaye 'Heard It Through The Grapevine' (Freemasons Remix) ALBUM EXCLUSIVE

Another great game from Swans & West Coast

Above picture of April 12, 2008 Barry Hall punches his West Coast Eagles opponent, Brent Staker, during their match at the SCG. Halls punishment was being out for 7 games.
or below the classic picture of Micky O'Loughlin proud by burning off Kinglsey Hunter to kick the winning goal, before spraying some gold-plated invective at feral Eagle fans behind the goals (which included Massive Merv on the left) in Perth.
Whatever it is, when these two teams play it's gonna be a nail bitter. 8 out of the last 10 games between these two teams have been decided by less than a goal. With last Saturday nights game at the SCG a real thriller, Swans winning back the lead in the last 10 minutes. Swans 106 to WCE 101.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Past TV: Dynasty

Anyone can look good in Red
I have become hooked out Dynasty I'm up to the 3rd season (the one that has the new Steven Carrington) but I haven't opened it yet. I waiting till "Lost" finishes for the year.

Question: Does porn matter?

In PAUL_DONAHOE (Picture above and below) own words “It was very stressful. It was two weeks before school started. I didn't do anything illegal. I didn't hurt anyone. I don't think I did anything wrong. Who should I apologize to? Being dismissed motivated me a little bit. I'm a competitive person. But, realistically, 32-0 doesn't matter. The regular season is just preparation for the NCAA...They obviously gave me a second chance to wrestle again. I'm thankful for that. It's everything to me. I think the new coaches and new workout partners really helped me.
"I am straight, but on the forums people make a lot of gay jokes about me. I'm not too concerned. They can talk about me all they want, it doesn't matter. If a guy wants to be with a guy, who cares? "Obviously, I did it for the money. We kept thinking no one would ever find out because it was a gay website and we really wanted that money. They left me a lot of messages, so I thought, 'What the heck?' People do worse for money, so... They were supposed to cover [the tattoo on his left thigh that says 'wrestling'] up but obviously they left it. Gay kids in Lincoln [Neb.] wrote, 'Hey, nice website. I saw you.' I wrote back, 'Don't tell anyone,' but with word of mouth, people found out. I believe it was unfair for Nebraska to dismiss me from the team. For one, there's plenty of athletes throughout the University of Nebraska who have had DUIs and who have been in fights and are still playing. But I guess that's OK. Posing nude, I guess, is worse than someone drinking and driving and risking someone's life, in their eyes."

LINCOLN, Neb. -- Two Nebraska wrestlers, including one who won an NCAA championship in 2007, have been dismissed from the team after posing naked for videos and photographs on an Internet pornography site. Paul Donahoe and Kenny Jordan were let go Tuesday, three days after a blog posted images of them taken from, a Web site featuring naked or partially clothed male athletes. "The history of behaviour of these men, including the current matter, does not reflect the standard of excellence we aspire to on and off the mat," coach Mark Manning said in a statement. "We have outstanding student-athletes in our program and we will move forward in a positive manner toward our goals. "I want to personally apologize for any embarrassment that may have been caused for our athletic department, the university and our fans," Manning said. Manning didn't address the nature of the wrestlers' past transgressions and didn't immediately return a message left on his cell phone seeking comment. Jordan and Donahoe have had a series of run-ins with the law in Lincoln. Jordan has paid fines for possessing or consuming alcohol as a minor, trespassing and assault, and Donahoe for maintaining a disorderly house and having an open alcohol container. Donahoe did not respond to an e-mail seeking comment. The Associated Press has requested interviews with the men through the athletic department. Personal phone numbers couldn't be found. The athletic department became aware of the images on the Internet late last week, assistant athletic director for compliance Josh White said. Donahoe and Jordan were declared ineligible because they violated an NCAA rule that prohibits athletes from appearing in pictures for commercial use, White said. Donahoe and Jordan would have to apply to the NCAA for reinstatement if they choose to wrestle for another school, White said. Donahoe, who would be a senior, won the Big 12 championship at 125 pounds in 2008 and placed third in the NCAA tournament after winning the title the year before. Jordan, a junior 133-pounder, was fourth in the Big 12 and failed to place at nationals this past season.
The Scarlet Project, a blog that touts itself for reporting "news, scandal and gossip" at the university, posted the pictures online but altered them so that they didn't show full nudity. The blog reported that they were obtained from an anonymous person.
John Marsh, who operates and two related Web sites catering to gay men, said he's spoken with Donahoe and Jordan and that both indicated they want to continue as college wrestlers. He said Donahoe was a "dynamite" wrestler.
"If Nebraska is going to be pigheaded and kick him off unreasonably," Marsh said, "there has to be another wrestling program that's going to want him."
Marsh said most photo and video shoots are done in Los Angeles, where is based, but that some are done at other locations. Members of pay $24.99 for access to hundreds of images and videos.
Marsh wouldn't say how much he pays models or how he hires them.
"It's not money that they would be making working as a waiter," he said. "They get well-compensated. It's better than beer money."
Marsh said his models typically don't care about videos and pictures of them being seen on the Web.
"I'm in my mid-40s, and my generation has a stigma about porn," he said. "The kids, the generation of the student-athletes, don't have that stigma. They really don't care."They've come from a Paris Hilton, Tommy Lee-Pamela Anderson sex tape generation, Myspace pages," Marsh said. "The shame and stigma aren't there for them. They're mostly worried about what their parents are going to think, because their parents think it's horrifying."

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Friday, May 15, 2009

People I like to know: Andrew Muirhead.

People I like to know. Andy Muirhead from ABC television show "The Collectors" so old fashion. I rememeber coming home drunk from the boardie (so it was Friday night) and I don't get drunk every night. Well records can drive you that way sometimes. As I sat on the lounge with my hand-job and another beer, I turned on the TV and started flicking around the channels. I turned over to the ABC to find a cute guy looking back at me, Andy Muirhead. Now that's all it took for me to like this show and I must admit if it wasn't for him I may not watch it at all.
Call me shallow or a stalker from what I have read on how he describes falling in love.
"Trying one of those flip dismounts offthe monkey bar and landing on your face, spitting out the pine-bark and wanting to do it all again." From the Age.