Blood MoneyEditor 3-25-13More Like This
At the risk of sounding left of left, which only a few decades ago was center, I have a couple of issues that are troubling me. The twenty something generation, two of which I am responsible for, has grown up in a culture of endless war. As most kids develop, they start to become aware of society in general at about ten years old, so if you were born in, say 1992, as you reach your twenty first birthday you cannot remember a time when your country wasn't somewhere fighting someone. Peace would seem an odd thing indeed. Add to the fact there is no individual forced involvement with these wars (draft) it's not something kids give much thought to. The only kids aware of our endless war are the ones that can't find work and join the military or are persuaded to join with glamorous marketing images implying warfare is like your favorite video game. Once in, our Faustian military policy makers employ what is referred to as "the back door draft", meaning multiple
SEX,ART, and a Nosy HypocriteGreetings LoveliesMore Like This
Just recently on my Facebook page a girl bluntly asked me about why it is that I as a married girl (I loathe the term "woman") would model, pose nude, and basically do what I do. She tried to pick my brain and call me out and put me on the spot so to speak. A tactic I have seen time and time again from those who wish to try and shame me out of doing what I do. She just could not understand why I do what I do or at least she claimed not to. The story gets even better in the end so read on.
So why do I do it and why is it so much fun?
Let's be honest, I enjoy this, I enjoy it ALOT!! If I didn't I would not be doing it ! Modeling and creating is one of my ultimate pleasures, it is an assembly of all my efforts in health, fitness, artistic technique, sexual kinks and preferences, aesthetics, and psychology all fused together into an art form that allows me to create an artistically rendered visual record and expression of my true inner self. Perhaps in some
The Aud Truth of It AllLately I have been blessed with alot of new watchers here on DA and so I have thought it was time to sort of reintroduce myself to all of you so you know a bit more about me and my art. I think to know an artist's back story and interest helps to understand their art and purpose.More Like This
So here is some Aud randomness.
I honestly believe in the idea of female empowerment through art. I believe that through art and through the right portryal of erotica women can finally get out from under the yoke of the social double standard on female sexuality that has existed for nearly 2000 years. I believe in taking ownership and control over my sexuality through art and conventions that I see as positive and beautiful. These photos are a true representation of the very real me.
My origin is an unlikely combination of backgrounds. I am mostly French ( My dad was 100% French) but from my mothers side I have Italian,Japanese, and even some Russian lineage. I am a true cocktail of internationalism. I r
SATIRE: Bottled Water Blamed For Florida SinkholesMore Like This
Florida Bans Zephyrhills Bottled Water
Allegations over recent statewide sinkholes leads to ban of in-state bottled water company products.
Tim Russet Potato
Florida residents and visitors who prefer their water bottled will have to settle for out-of-state brands. That's because the Sunshine State has banned the sale of Zephyrhills bottled water.
The bill banning Zephyrhills products passed through the Florida House and Senate earlier this week and is being sent to the desk of Gov. Rick Scott, who is expected to sign the bill into law.
Once passed, the law will prohibit the sale of all water bottled by Zephyrhills within the state of Florida. No other bottled water brands will be affected.
Zephyrhills, which sources its water in-state from Crystal Springs, was targeted by Florida lawmakers due to allegations that its water-collection methods have contributed to sinkholes within the state.
Florida has been the location of three major sinkholes within the past
How to Tell Whether Russia has Invaded UkraineMore Like This
Still on the ground: A Russian military convoy in Georgia on Friday
By Dmitry Orlov
Last Thursday the Ukrainian government, echoed by NATO spokesmen, declared that the the Russian military is now operating within Ukraine's borders. Well, maybe it is and maybe it isn't; what do you know? They said the same thing before, most recently on August 13, and then on August 17, each time with either no evidence or fake evidence. But let's give them the benefit of the doubt.
You be the judge. I put together this helpful list of top ten telltale signs that will allow you to determine whether indeed Russia invaded Ukraine last Thursday, or whether Thursday's announcement is yet another confabulation. (Credit to Roman Kretsul).
Because if Russia invaded on Thursday morning, this is what the situation on the ground would look like by Saturday afternoon:
War on Wild Horses: Zeroed-Out Herd PolicyCopied from: http://thelibertydigest.com/2013/12/13/zero-herd-policy-obamas-war-on-wild-horses-gone-in-20-years/More Like This
Read more about Mustangs' plight on my website blog: http://www.savethemustanghorses.blogspot.com/
Zero Herd Policy: Obama’s War On Wild Horses – Gone In 20 Years
This story seems like something from the 1800s. Since the 1970s, the federal government has balanced the rights of ranchers and railroads with those who enjoy the wild horse herds in the West. While there have been disputes on herd size and management, this story isn't about that. The Obama Administration’s policy is one that we find incredulous: U.S. policy is now aimed at zeroing out wild horse herd. It is one thing to manage them, but quite another to zero them out. While the focus of this article is on the Salt Wells group and the mis