Wednesday, July 13, 2005

What do I think?

I think this guy is an idiot, and while on the one hand he makes us all look bad, on the other, I'm just as glad there are plenty of other dummies just like him in the world. It's always good to have low-hanging fruit for law enforcement. Her? Well, maybe she's dumb, too - or maybe she's crazy like a fox, since she's not in jail. And while she claims she wasn't paid for a lot of her work, who really knows where that money went?

I think you should not give money to these people. I'm just waiting for them to get sued by someone who has a scene with the heir to the BTK Killer. Or perhaps by their next of kin.

I think there's a new place to take trapeze lessons in town. It's tempting.

I think this is an interesting essay about the origins of monogamy.

Apparently, I am Han Solo, Max is Chewbacca and Roman is Princess Leia. In-teresting. I can live with that, but I think Max and Roman aren't going to buy it.

Added Update: Max's Next Bondage Classes

Mr. Mark Yu will be teaching the next two workshops in Max's Bondage
Workshop Series.

Mark is a Kinbaku / Nawa Shibari artist, bamboo artist, acupuncturist and
Feng Shui design consultant. He has been doing bondage for 15 years and has
been training in traditional Shibari and Kinbaku art for 4 years. He is a
student of the famous Nawa Sensei Master "K" of Los Angeles, from whom he
receives private instruction.

Drawing from his lifetime study of Oriental Medicine and twenty years of
clinical experience treating muscle pain and bio-mechanical dysfunction, he
has developed a unique and beautiful approach to the increasingly popular
and wonderfully erotic techniques of traditional Japanese rope bondage.

Shibari - History and Technique
Saturday August 6th 2005, 2:30 - 5:00 PM
at the Wet Spot
In Saturday's workshop you will learn the origins and evolution of Shibari,
from the 15th century to the present day. The workshop will solidify your
understanding of traditional Shibari and will teach you some useful and
beautiful Shibari techniques.

Bondage Bio-Mechanics
Sunday August 7th 2005, 2:30 - 5:00 PM
at the Green Room Studio in Pioneer Square
Sunday's workshop will help you understand the anatomy and bio-mechanics of
your rope bottom's body, allowing you to spot problems before they happen.
The material is designed to be put into practical use immediately, and will
be valuable for tops and bottoms alike.

Each workshop includes demonstrations and hands-on exercises to sharpen your
understanding and enhance your technique. As usual, there'll be a handout
you can take home to assist with your ongoing studies.

More info? See

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