To my Home-Gurl Becca from

My Home-Gurl  Becca commented on my post: Aside from Venereal Disease Love Really Does Conquer All with the following line:

What is love? Baby don’t hurt me.

So I, being a staunch supporter of brinkmanship, have decided to push things   further into absurdity by posting this. Everyone  play along and check out Becca’s page.

Little Known Fact about Becca

Did you know she can light up the South with a smile? No exaggeration! It’s a great skill to have especially when many southern states are trying to secede from the USA because they  don’t like their democratically Elected President !!!



Jocular Look @ Todays News || DIY kits helps you create art while having Sex

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South African artist Jeremy Brown is marketing a DIY kit that provides couples everything they need to make art with their intertwined bodies: Just spread the “specially-formulated” non-toxic, washable paint on you and your partner, stretch out on the non-allergenic canvas, and let the sexy times begin. The finished result is a canvas dabbed in paint that traces the rough outlines of your heretofore private activity, suitable for framing — as long as you don’t mind nauseating anyone who sees the painting and has the vaguest idea about its provenance.

MrMary Weighs In

When did music stop being considered art. Depending on how cheap your bed or your hotel room is there is a definite music to sex: slow and gentle sound very different from the death stroke. If it wasn’t for the music of sex this song Rakata  (Una canción de los mejores reggaetoneros del mundo) by Wisin y Yandel would have never been as popular:


Urban Dictionary Tie-In

I heard my home-girl Ms. Jen and Tonic has a love for Urban Diction so here you go Ms Thang

Rakata –

Cuban/Puerto Rican slang for having sex. The word Rakata (repeated over and over) imitates the sound that furniture makes when 2 people are having sex.

“Rakata, rakata
Si se me pega voy a darle /if she comes close to me I’m going to give it to her,
Rakata, rakata
Esta noche quiero hacerle/this night I’m gonna make her
Rakata, rakata”

(that was translated by my homey -The Angel of Death – an actual Puerto Rican)

I was in a hotel once on a conference and the couple next door (we shared the same bedroom wall) was music making. As a man I couldn’t knock on the wall and say:


But it was art, a steady baseline the moans the YES !!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!! YES!!!, the high-pitched  squeals. And how could I forget the cacophonous death stroke induced grand finale ?

DeathStroke – When for some reason the guy arches his back which  just about reaches the ceiling and drive it full force balls-deep into the object of his affection. This is usually used to end a session of rutting or for the unexperienced constitute the entirely of the sexual congress.

OK Seriously Now

I don’t see the appeal of this personally.  The act of sexual congress is art enough for me especially if there is music playing. If my lady friend really wanted to try I’d give it a go for her sake but this seems retarded to me. Here is what some commenter had to say (I incluided some of the more crazier comments to balance out my nonsense:

I do not believe an artist of my caliber should be rushed into creating one of my works in the 1-2 minutes it takes for me to complete coitus.

I’d need an extra jar of paint…my wife has a fat assssss

Now it makes sense…when I drove by this one farm, I noticed some sheep had been covered in black paint.

My art would have cracker crumbs on it because my wife eats crackers and watches TV when I’m feeding her the good old tube sausage.

I already make jewelry during sex.

If the paint was red instead of black #10 would almost look like my sheets after my first time.

Give it to the Obamas – the’ll Sell It and Tax It and give the money to the United Nations for Their Support Of Terrorism in the Middle East and Beyond!

I don’t want to look like Obama when having sex most of all i dont want my woman looking like Machelle Obama


Illogical Thoughts/things that make perfect sense # 9 Getting Tasered By the Cops for Helping to Put out a fire

A man in Florida who was trying to prevent a house fire from spreading to his own home ended up on the business end of a police Taser by for refusing to put down a garden hose. Daniel Jensen told a local news station that he awoke from a nap to find his neighbor’s house in flames. Afraid for his own home and family’s safety, he began using a garden hose in an attempt to put the fire out. When police arrived, Jensen said they told him to stop and “that’s what insurance is for.” When Jensen refused their order to put down the hose, they allegedly used a Taser on him.

Some Facts

  1. The flames had already reached the fence that separated the two houses and the wind was blowing them towards the corner of Jensen’s home.
  2. Once the fire extinguisher was empty he grabbed a garden hose to continue his attempt at extinguishing the fire.
  3. He called for his daughter and got no response so he So rushed out  came out, grabbed the hose and started to spray her room… until I heard she was out.

Ok Now

I remember telling my teacher about a cop harassing me on the way home from my prep school. I was not in the ‘right’ neighborhood if you get what I mean. He told me I was just looking to much into things, cops do a great service.

Everyone saw how during the occupy movement people got beat the fuck down. I mean grand mother were pepper spray. Then that started the conversation that maybe cops were being excessive? maybe

This family man is trying to prevent a catastrophe, the loss of the life of his family, and the cops tazed him.

“It was horrible. I was laying in a puddle of water being electrocuted,” he said. “And here’s the people trying to protect us. And I’m trying to protect my family and neighbors and they’re the ones that are bringing harm to me. I don’t understand it.”

This is despicable. Police brutality is a serious issue trust me, no one it seems wants to believe me or many other people who say similar things.

Supplemental Info

Post 9/11

Numerous human rights observers have raised concerns about increased police brutality in the U.S. in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center. An extensive report prepared for the United Nations Human Rights Committee tabled in 2006 states that in the United States, the “War on Terror” has “created a generalized climate of impunity for law enforcement officers, and contributed to the erosion of what few accountability mechanisms exist for civilian control over law enforcement agencies. As a result, police brutality and abuse persist unabated and undeterred across the country

Most police brutality goes unreported, statistics on police brutality are much less available. Here are some  example of police brutality in NYC taken from here. I lived near the Abner Louima and Sean Bell Mess at the respective times omfg. Very rarely do officers get convicted of any wrong doing.Usually they get  no pay or suspension. Imagine though there are many more incidents !

  • December 22, 1994: Anthony Baez died after being arrested by NYPD Officer Francis X. Livoti. A lawsuit filed by the Baez family was later settled for $3 million. The officer was cleared of Baez’s death but was eventually found guilty of violating Baez’s civil rights in federal court and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
  • July 4, 1996: Nathaniel Levi Gaines was shot by New York Police officer Paolo Colecchia while unarmed on the southbound D train platform at 167th Street and the Grand Concourse. Colechia shot Gaines in the back as he fled down the deserted Bronx subway platform, and was sentenced to 5–15 years in prison for homicide; the third New York City officer ever sentenced to prison for committing homicide while on duty.
  • August 1997: Abner Louima was sodomized with a broken broomstick handle while detained in a New York City police station by Officer Justin Volpe. Louima was left bleeding from the rectum in a booking cell. Despite an initial cover-up by various members of the NYPD, Volpe was convicted of assault and sentenced to 30 years. Two officers were convicted of the cover-up while one was acquitted.
  • February 4, 1999: Amadou Diallo was shot and killed by New York City police officers while unarmed after the officers claimed they believed he was reaching for a gun. Four officers were indicted for second degree murder but later acquitted.
  • May 22, 2003: Ousmane Zongo was shot to death by plain-clothed New York Police while unarmed. Officers suspected him of being part of a CD theft operation (he was not involved) and shot him when he ran. The officer who shot Zongo received five years probation for negligent homicide.
  • January 4, 2004: Timothy Stansbury, a 19-year old New York City teenager, was shot and killed by New York City Police Department Officer Richard S. Neri Jr. Neri’s partner pulled open a rooftop door so that Neri, gun drawn, could scan for drug suspects. Stansbury was coming up the stairs with a pile of CDs in his arms, intending on using the roof as a shortcut to go to a party in the adjacent building. Neri responded with one shot. Neri was later cleared of criminal responsibility, but given a 30 day suspension without pay. The family’s lawsuit against the city was settled in 2007 for $2 million.
  • November 25, 2006:The Sean Bell shooting incident took place in the New York City borough of Queens, on November 25, 2006, in which 3 men were shot a total of fifty times by a team of both plainclothes and undercover NYPD officers, killing one of the men, Sean Bell, on the morning after his bachelor party, and severely wounding two of his friends.[107] The incident sparked fierce criticism of the police from some members of the public and drew comparisons to the 1999 killing of Amadou Diallo.[108] Three of the five detectives involved in the shooting went to trial[109] on charges ranging from manslaughter to reckless endangerment, and were found not guilty. On May 18, 2010, Brooklyn Federal Judge Sterling Johnson lifted a stay on the civil lawsuit brought by Nicole Paultre Bell against the City of New York. On July 27, 2010 a settlement was reached. New York City agreed to pay Sean Bell’s family $3.25 million. Joseph Guzman, 34, who uses a cane and a leg brace and has four bullets lodged in his body and Trent Benefield, 26, two passengers in Bell’s car who attended his bachelor party and were wounded in the shooting, will receive $3 million and $900,000 respectively in the settlement, for a total of $7.15 million.
  • October 15, 2008: The NYPD subway sodomy incident took place after the arrest of Michael Mineo by New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers. According to Mineo, the arresting police officers pinned him to the ground, while Richard Kern, one of the officers, pulled down Mineo’s pants and sodomized him with a police baton. On December 9, 2008, the Brooklyn District Attorney indicted the three arresting officers and charged them with felonies. Richard Kern was charged with aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree, assault in the first degree, and hindering prosecution. Two other officers, Andrew Morales and Alex Cruz, were charged with hindering prosecution and official misconduct. All three were tried and found not guilty of all charges.
  • November 19, 2011: Kenneth Chamberlain, Sr., an ex-Marine aged 68 years, was tasered and then shot and killed in his home by police officers who responded to a falsely triggered medical alert device.[112] The family alleges that the officers shouted racial epithets towards Chamberlain, and that he stated that he did not want to open the door because he believed the police would kill him.
  • June 28, 2011: Gabriel Díaz, Cynthia Rosa, Louis Peña, Jade Everett, and James W. Ayala ‘The Monumental 5’, were beaten, maced, and arrested that night outside of Tammany Hall by New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers. NYPD police officers used unnecessary force to disperse all people within the vicinity of Tammany Hall in New York City which caused severe bruising and bodily inflictions upon those arrested.