Friday, 26 February 2010
Peter has one very LONG UNCUT French Cock. Peter couldn't stay long but it didn't take us too much time for us to get him to bust a nut. Check out some of the candid shots taken from the iphone. Hope you guys have a great weekend and next week we have Justin Chambers and Cade Rivers LIVE for you! U Don't want to miss that!
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Because his parents were both actors, "I grew up knowing a lot of gay men and it was never something that I even thought twice about – that some men were gay and some weren't," the "Harry Potter" megastar said Friday. "And then I went to school and (for) the first time ... I came across homophobia. ... I had never encountered it before. It shocked me.
"I have always hated anybody who is not tolerant of gay men or lesbians or bisexuals," he added. "Now I am in the very fortunate position where I can actually help or do something about it."
The result is a PSA that was filmed Friday at the organization's Wall Street offices. The announcement is scheduled to air sometime this spring.
Radcliffe first became aware of The Trevor Project, founded in 1998 by three filmmakers, while he was appearing on Broadway in the 2008 revival of "Equus." Their movie, "Trevor," which won an Academy Award for best short film, concerned a gay teen who attempts suicide. The Trevor Project allows young people to call in for counseling or just to talk.
"I have described myself as being 'gently eccentric' and slightly different as a person just because I've had a very different set of influences growing up than anybody else in my peer group did," the 20-year-old Radcliffe said. "I've always felt very lucky to have the life that I've had. I never had to cope with anything serious about my religion or sexual orientation or anything like that.
"I think it's important for somebody from a big, commercial movie series like 'Harry Potter' and particularly because I am not gay or bisexual or transgendered. ... The fact that I am straight makes not a difference, but it shows that straight people are incredibly interested and care a lot about this as well."
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Cagewriter asks questions that many may be wondering: "Did Chuck know about the video? But most importantly, who works out in the nude?"
According to TMZ, "the UFC badass and Heidi Northcott agreed to do the revealing workout for a viral campaign for Reebok -- a company that Chuck already has a sponsorship deal with."
Scroll down to watch the video. Also included are pictures of Chuck Liddell and Heidi Northcott (who once helped then-boyfriend Jose Canseco out of the ring after he was destroyed in his MMA debut). Are they the same people as he naked exercisers?
Wednesday, 24 February 2010
photos by Jim Winsor of SDPIX.com
We got this cute pic with them and I wanted to share it with you guys. Thanks Frieda with sharing it with us. Check out more of their work at their site linked below. Their work really is good and funny!
Danny Casillas (Frieda Laye)
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Tuesday, 23 February 2010
In the tent we ran into a good friend and porn pal of ours, Mr. Brent Corrigan himself along with his friend Paul. Paul and Brent were great and tons of fun. We traveled with them and our friends from one part of town to the next.
Check out the fab pics below. I'll have more of them up soon as they come in. Let me know what you think. We kept getting our friends makeup on our faces if your wondering what the smudge marks on our faces are.
all pics are from our friend Shaun H. Thanks SHAUN!
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Lady Gaga "Teeth" A film by Sergio Ceron - Not an official Haus of Gaga creation but there are some rumors that Lady Gaga funded the video or at least she approves of it. Featuring vampire muscle guys at the S&M dentist. "Show me your...
It seems that Canadian ice dancers in the past could have used a loonie buried at centre ice when it came to the Olympics.
Not Monday night. It wasn't about luck.
Tessa Virtue of London, Ont., and Scott Moirof Ilderton, Ont., dazzled the judges and carved out a little history for themselves by becoming the first Canadians - and the first North Americans - to win an Olympic gold medal in ice dancing.
The only ice dancing medal ever won by a Canadian came from the team of Tracy Wilson and Robert McCall, who won bronze the last time the Olympics came to town - 22 years ago in Calgary.
"I was a little bit concerned coming in that it was becoming a curse,'' said Wilson, who is working here as a commentator for NBC. She remembered Shae-Lynn Bourne and Victor Kraatz in 2002 at Salt Lake City, falling in the final moments of their free dance and sliding off the podium. Wilson felt they could have won a medal.
Then there was Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon who fell on a lift in the original dance at the Turin Olympics four years ago. Dubreuil had to be carried off the ice and they were forced to withdraw. Wilson felt that they had put themselves in a position to win a medal then, too.
"I've done so many Olympics, you just know to expect the unexpected,'' she said.
Only one French team and one British team have broken a Soviet or Russian stronghold on Olympic ice dancing since it came into the Olympic fold in 1976.
Now there is one Canadian team. And what a team they are.
"I'm proud of ice dancing tonight,'' said Gwendal Peizerat of France, who along with Marina Anissina, was one of the teams that broke the stronghold. The other was Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. "It was probably one of the greatest ice dancing competitions I've seen," he added referring to the fact that it was well judged.
Virtue and Moir made their own luck. They won with a score of 221.57 points, the second-highest ice dancing point total in history. At ages 20 and 22, they are also the youngest Olympic ice dancing champions in history.
Their training mates, U.S. champions Meryl Davisand Charlie White won the silver medal with 215.74 points. The reigning world champions Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin of Russia won the bronze with 207.64.
"It's been such a journey, and so many people have helped us along the way," Virtue said.
"Oh my god," Moir said. "It's an exceptional moment that we've always dreamed of. It's everything we've ever wanted and we couldn't be happier."
The crowd roared when the Canadians got the win, and cheered wildly when they stood on the podium. Moir took a breathless look at the scene around him, held up the medal and kissed it.
At Moir's home, fans took over the Ilderton Community Centre beside the rink where Moir began to skate for both the original dance and the free dance, sold 350 tickets at $2 a pop and watched the milestone victory.
"Tessa and Scott are so incredibly talented and we see that on a daily basis," Davis said in defeat. "We're so proud of them."
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Sunday, 21 February 2010
The Huffington Post
VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Americans didn't believe in miracles. They just believed. And they pulled off the biggest Olympic hockey upset since the Miracle on Ice, stunning Canada 5-3 on Sunday to advance to the quarterfinals of an already mixed-up tournament.
Brian Rafalski scored two goals, Ryan Miller held off a flurry of shots and the Americans quieted a raucous, pro-Canada crowd that came to cheer its dream team, only to see it upstaged by a bunch of unproven kids.
One day short of the 30th anniversary of the country's greatest hockey victory – the unfathomable win over the Soviet Union in Lake Placid – these underrated Americans were faster, more disciplined and more determined than Canada's collection of all-stars.
Better, too. "We know we can beat anybody now," Rafalski said.
Canada outshot the United States 45-23 yet couldn't badly dent Miller, the goalie the Americans felt could best stand up to all of Canada's might. He did just that, making 42 saves in the victory of a lifetime.
"It's probably one of the biggest games I've ever played," Miller said. "When things happened we responded. We didn't get nervous or anxious. We kept playing."
When Ryan Kesler scored in the final minute, the few U.S. fans who managed to get seats proudly waved their American flags, all their red, white and blue suddenly visible. "You look up and everything's red and white – so few American flags" at the start, said U.S. coach Ron Wilson, who also led the 1996 team that upset Canada in the World Cup. "We expected a hostile environment. The intensity of the game helped, too."
Depending on the later Finland-Sweden game that concluded hockey's Super Sunday in Vancouver, the United States could go into Wednesday's quarterfinals not only as a group winner but as the top-seeded team, something almost no one predicted when the tournament began. Canada, the gold-medal favorite, was expected to coast into the medal round. But now, after nearly losing to Switzerland and being outplayed on home ice by the Americans, it must win a play-in game Tuesday to reach the quarterfinals.
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***************This game was awesome. Both Steve & I watched with excitement. The USA hadn't beaten Canada in 50 years. Canada is such a better team (according to all the professionals) but the USA pulled it out and away. It was fun watching two teams that represented our countries (USA = Steve & Canada = me) play each other in the Olympics. Beer, family and friends just add to the fun mix. Although it sucked that my team lost, I was happy that it was to my second home, and Steve's home country, the USA.
Oh, and the loser tonight has to be the big bottom. :-) Hey Steve, where's the good lube??? Better go get ready to rid'em cowboy... :-))
He's flying in from Florida for a fun time and for you guys LIVE as well.
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Thursday, 18 February 2010
|Date of Birth: ||August 07, 1987|
|Birthplace:||Cole Harbour, NS|
|Ht: / Wt:||5'11" / 193 lbs|
|Club:||Rimouski Océanic (QMJHL; 2003-2005)|
|Coach:||Dan Bylsma (NHL)|
|Team:||Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL)|
|Shoots Or Catches:||Left|