Music From Million Dollar Movies

More (Theme From “Mondo Cane”)
Tom Jones (Main Title From “Tom Jones”)
Days Of Wine And Roses (From “Days Of Wine And Roses”)
The Longest Day (From “The Longest Day”)
Stay With Me (Main Theme From “The Cardinal”)
Charade (From “Charade”)
Get Me To The Church On Time (From “My Fair Lady”)
Moon River (From “Breakfast At Tiffany’s”)
Chim Chim Cher-ee (From “Mary Poppins”)
Anthony And Cleopatra Theme (From “Cleopatra”)
Whistle While You Work (From “Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs”)
Lawrence Of Arabia (From “Lawrence Of Arabia”)

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Leave a comment

MAN TO MAN PULP-APR 1960-JUNE WILKINSON-WAR-CRIME-EXPLOITATION-SKID ROW FR

Condition: FR
Violent fight in cockpit of airplane – cover art. Exploitation magazine, pulp violence. Horse racing, “How Women Love on Skid Row”, war, Good Girl Art, June Wilkinson cheesecake. This is a Fair condition reading copy and is complete & functional. Missing back cover.Publisher:
Sku:  DO-22-119

 

 

Posted in June Wilkinson, Zotz! | Comments Off on MAN TO MAN PULP-APR 1960-JUNE WILKINSON-WAR-CRIME-EXPLOITATION-SKID ROW FR

The Last of Us [Live fast. Die young. Bad girls do it well.]

The US Navy SEALs is arguably the top special operations force. Created in 1962, the Sea-Air-Land operators go through years of training and, especially after 9/11, endure an incredible operation tempo. Many foreign militaries base their special ops on the SEALs.

 

“Our mistake was in using the biomechanicals. Wasn’t it? We should have had you go baglady, had you dress yourself in Mrs. Carson’s shitty castoffs. Had you repose in the Leach and be torn apart in the coffin, and then be feed upon by us.”

“Even then, you would have been asking me to put pleasure ahead of business, and that’s against my fundamental nature.”

“And, now. Your business here is done?”

“If you have evidence of Barbara Rush’s guilt, my business is done here.”

“Mrs. Peel has such evidence, and it will stand up to the closet scrutiny, just like we are sure the evidence against Agent Lane does.”

“Then, yes. My business is done here.”

“You must have paid, Mr. Twelve, for the room. It’s a rule. So … how long did you pay for?”

“Two days.”

“Strip.”

Miss Kane does as she is told. She removes everything, this time. Mr. Twelve collects her stuff and leaves. Her hair gives way to a krazed as a prelude to her shifting into baglady mode.

Mrs. Peel makes a series of clicking sounds. When it finishes, the girl is in full-blown baglady mode. Things are growing on the girl. Things are living on her. Things are feeding on her. For example, leeches and slugs are strategically applied to her formerly-clean, lily-white flesh. Graveyard lichens and moss grew here and there on her skin. Sewer moss covered much of the inside of her thighs. This is that very different Vampriric Borg drone version of the leechgirl—a most vile and wretched robotic creature. She is Seven of Nine as a Leech.

The Parasite queen spits in Miss Kane’s face. Triggering tow vents in rapid succession. Miss Kane experiences the most powerful orgasm that she has ever experienced. Then. Seven as Leech, becomes Seven as lowest. As promised, this is not a new flavor of debasement, depravity, and degradation. It is a whole new level of debasement, depravity, and degradation. Lowest is baser than Leech.

Queen gestures for its Lowest to repose in that coffin [The Leach] which mimics a Borg queen’s alcove. Lowest complies. The coffin tears her apart. Queen feeds upon its Lowest.

Six hours later …

A deranged Miss Kane regains consciousness in the coffin. She is noticeably thinner than she was when she was first abducted. Her fingernails and toenails are long and dirty. She’s dressed in Mrs. Carson’s filthy and infested seconds: Kaye, perls, hand-bra, and Parts. Her grossly-enlarged lizard brain and pineal gland are giving her a head-splitting migraine resulting from their displacement of her frontal lobe. Additionally, the de facto crude brain surgery resulting from said enlargement has left her stark, raving mad—sexually depraved and completely insane. FWB “friends with benefits” takes on a whole nother meaning in reference to using her while she’s a baglady.

As she sits up in the coffin, Mrs. Peel slithers over and gives the girl another face-full of its toxic, enslaving mix. Miss Kane orgasms and goes directly back to being lowest.

Nine hours later …

Miss Kane regains consciousness in the coffin. She is no longer thinner than she was when she was first abducted—i.e., she’s her normal weight when she’s sober.

But.

Her fingernails and toenails are still long and dirty. Likewise, her teeth are still so filthy, they look rotten. She’s still dressed in Mrs. Carson’s filthy, parasite-infested seconds: Kaye, perls, hand-bra, and Parts. Her grossly-enlarged lizard brain and pineal gland are still giving her a head-splitting migraine, resulting from them displacing her frontal lobe—rendering her a complete lunatic and an insatiable whore.

Bottomline. She’s still deranged. She’s still prostituting herself, to herself.

But.

Although she is still odorous, with a fetid breath to match her foul body odor. Although patches of her dirty lily-white skin are so dirty they are black. Things are no longer growing on the girl. Things are no longer living off of her [i.e., feeding upon her] either—except for head lice, fleas, and crabs, which she remains infested with. For example, leeches and slugs are no longer strategically applied to her formerly-clean, lily-white flesh—i.e., she’s completely leech and slug free. Graveyard lichens and moss no longer grew here and there on her dirty skin. Sewer moss no longer covers much of the inside of her thighs—i.e., her thighs are completely moss free.

But.

This is still that very different Vampriric Borg drone version of the leechgirl—a most vile and wretched robotic creature. She is Seven of Nine as a Leech, not as a lowest.

As she sits up in the coffin, Mrs. Peel slithers over and gives the girl another face-full of its toxic, enslaving mix. And, again, Miss Kane orgasms and goes directly back to being The Lowest for The Queen. As a lowest, the girl is no longer sentient.

The now mindless girl, who functions on pure instinct, makes the same clicking sounds as her mate The Queen. She spread her legs crudely, draping the sides of the coffin with her legs, which in turn hikes up her skirt exposing her Parts. Queen, a biological she-male, craves leechgirl as lowest, who has been rendered she-male by the biomechanical Parts device she’s wearing.

The hand-bra brutally mauls the girl’s huge dirty creamy-white knockers while The Queen rams its massive, uncircumcised cock into the leechgirl’s pussy. Queen, a biological she-male, who is hung like a horse, violently fucks Lowest, a biomechanical she-male; vile, violent fucking that’s indistinguishable from the most vile and violent form of rape.

In response to her wanton violation. Leechgirl foams at the mouth like a rabid animal, ranting and raving incoherently, her tortured face ravaged by insanity. Hard-faced, yes, but still pretty, nonetheless—i.e., a hard, pretty face. The face of a hardcore, manhating bulldyke’s fantasy fuck.

There’s even more evidence of the vile and horrific experimentations that Mrs. Peel is performing upon the girl. Akin to The Monster of Doctor Victor Frankenstein, hidden by her hair, a jagged hard raised angry-red crosshatched scar circumferences her skull. The scar runs across the girl’s forehead, just below the front hairline. It’s as if someone or something has sawed off the top of her skull, cut up her brain, and then sewed her skull back together afterwards. Because that’s exactly what has been done to her by Mrs. Peel.

Eventually. The scar that will be assimilated and disappear. Mrs. Peel will again lobotomize the girl. After the frontal lobotomy, the scar will manifest and persist itself, again, during post-op. Over and over again, the wheel turns. The former psychiatric nurse is now, in effect, a psychiatric patient with a Parasite queen administrating treatment for severe mental illness.

Posted in The Last of Us, Vampire Noir | Comments Off on The Last of Us [Live fast. Die young. Bad girls do it well.]

Vintage JUNE WILKINSON Original PIN-UP MODEL B&W 120 Film Negative (NUDES)

Posted in June Wilkinson, Zotz! | Comments Off on Vintage JUNE WILKINSON Original PIN-UP MODEL B&W 120 Film Negative (NUDES)

Atomic Blonde trailers

Official “Atomic Blonde” Movie Trailer 2017 | Subscribe ➤ http://abo.yt/kc | John Goodman Movie #Trailer| Release: 28 Jul 2017 | More https://KinoCheck.de/film/2pc/atomic-…
A high-stakes, global action-thriller that takes place in the city of Berlin, on the eve of the Wall’s collapse and the shifting of superpower alliances. Charlize Theron (Mad Max: Fury Road) portrays Lorraine Broughton, a top-level spy for MI6, who is dispatched to Berlin to take down a ruthless espionage ring that has just killed an undercover agent for reasons unknown. She is ordered to cooperate with Berlin station chief David Percival (James McAvoy of X-Men), and the two form an uneasy alliance, unleashing their full arsenal of skills in pursuing a threat that jeopardizes the West’s entire intelligence operation.

Endcard Videos
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 5: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES International Trailer (2017) ➤ http://youtu.be/PNgV9XbvHwM
DEADPOOL 2 Teaser Trailer (2018) ➤ http://youtu.be/I4tFNfROlqk

#AtomicBlonde is the new action movie by David Leitch, starring John Goodman, Charlize Theron and James McAvoy. The script was written by Kurt Johnstad.

Our gaming-channel ➤ http://youtube.com/Spiele

Note | Atomic Blonde trailer courtesy of Universal Pictures. | All Rights Reserved. | KinoCheck®

Charlize Theron goes Atomic. Watch the restricted #AtomicBlonde trailer now.
https://www.facebook.com/AtomicBlonde…
https://twitter.com/atomic_blonde
https://www.instagram.com/atomicblond…

Song: Blue Monday (from “Atomic Blonde”) by HEALTH
http://smarturl.it/AtomicBlondeSingle

Oscar® winner Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6’s most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.

The crown jewel of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

A blistering blend of sleek action, gritty sexuality and dazzling style, Atomic Blonde is directed by David Leitch (John Wick, upcoming Deadpool 2). Also starring John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones, the film is based on the Oni Press graphic novel series“The Coldest City,” by Antony Johnston & illustrator Sam Hart. Kurt Johnstad (300) wrote the screenplay.

Atomic Blonde Trailer #1 (2017): Check out the new trailer starring Charlize Theron, Sofia Boutella, and James McAvoy! Be the first to watch, comment, and share trailers and movie teasers/clips dropping soon @MovieclipsTrailers.

► Buy Tickets to Atomic Blonde: http://www.fandango.com/atomicblonde_…

Watch more Trailers:
► HOT New Trailers Playlist: http://bit.ly/2hp08G1
► What to Watch Playlist: http://bit.ly/2ieyw8G
► Epic Action Trailer Playlist: http://bit.ly/2hOtbnD

An undercover MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and recover a missing list of double agents.

About Movieclips Trailers:
► Subscribe to TRAILERS:http://bit.ly/sxaw6h
► We’re on SNAPCHAT: http://bit.ly/2cOzfcy
► Like us on FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/1QyRMsE
► Follow us on TWITTER:http://bit.ly/1ghOWmt

The Fandango MOVIECLIPS Trailers channel is your destination for hot new trailers the second they drop. The Fandango MOVIECLIPS Trailers team is here day and night to make sure all the hottest new movie trailers are available whenever, wherever you want them.

This summer, payback goes Atomic.

Watch the new #AtomicBlonde trailer now.

https://www.facebook.com/AtomicBlonde…
https://twitter.com/atomic_blonde
https://www.instagram.com/atomicblond…

Oscar® winner Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6’s most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.

The crown jewel of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

A blistering blend of sleek action, gritty sexuality and dazzling style, Atomic Blonde is directed by David Leitch (John Wick, upcoming Deadpool 2). Also starring John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones, the film is based on the Oni Press graphic novel series“The Coldest City,” by Antony Johnston & illustrator Sam Hart. Kurt Johnstad (300) wrote the screenplay.

official trailer for Atomic Blonde
This summer, payback goes Atomic.
Watch the new #AtomicBlonde trailer now.

Oscar winner Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6’s most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.

The crown jewel of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

A blistering blend of sleek action, gritty sexuality and dazzling style, Atomic Blonde is directed by David Leitch (John Wick, upcoming Deadpool 2). Also starring John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones, the film is based on the Oni Press graphic novel series “The Coldest City,” by Antony Johnston & illustrator Sam Hart. Kurt Johnstad (300) wrote the screenplay.

There’s plenty of blood and bruises to be found in Berlin in Charlize Theron’s new action movie.

Watch the latest movie and game trailers here!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BMd1…

Check out the best from IGN here!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9VDY…

——————————­—-
Follow IGN for more!
——————————­—-

IGN OFFICIAL APP: http://www.ign.com/mobile
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ign
TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ign
INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/igndotcom/?hl=en
WEBSITE: http://www.ign.com/
GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/+IGN

#ign #atomicblonde

Brilliant. Badass. Blonde. Watch Chapter 1. #AtomicSummer #AtomicBlonde

Oscar® winner Charlize Theron explodes into summer in Atomic Blonde, a breakneck action-thriller that follows MI6’s most lethal assassin through a ticking time bomb of a city simmering with revolution and double-crossing hives of traitors.

The crown jewel of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service, Agent Lorraine Broughton (Theron) is equal parts spycraft, sensuality and savagery, willing to deploy any of her skills to stay alive on her impossible mission. Sent alone into Berlin to deliver a priceless dossier out of the destabilized city, she partners with embedded station chief David Percival (James McAvoy) to navigate her way through the deadliest game of spies.

A blistering blend of sleek action, gritty sexuality and dazzling style, Atomic Blonde is directed by David Leitch (John Wick, upcoming Deadpool 2). Also starring John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones, the film is based on the Oni Press graphic novel series“The Coldest City,” by Antony Johnston & illustrator Sam Hart. Kurt Johnstad (300) wrote the screenplay.

Atomic Blonde Red-Band Trailer – 2017 Charlize Theron action Movie
Subscribe for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…

About the Atomic Blonde Movie
The film takes place in Berlin, 1989, on the eve of the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the shifting of superpower alliances. Lorraine Broughton, a top-level spy for MI6, is dispatched to Berlin to take down a ruthless espionage ring that has just killed an undercover agent for reasons unknown. She is ordered to cooperate with Berlin station chief David Percival, and the two form an uneasy alliance, unleashing their full arsenal of skills in pursuing a threat that jeopardizes the West’s entire intelligence operation.

Atomic Blonde is an upcoming American spy action thriller film directed by David Leitch and written by Kurt Johnstad. It is based on Antony Johnston’s 2012 graphic novel The Coldest City, which revolves around a spy who has to find a list of double agents who are being smuggled into the West. The film stars Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella, and John Goodman. This will be Leitch’s first solo credit as director, after co-directing John Wick with Chad Stahelski.

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on Atomic Blonde trailers

Hong Kong’s mini apartments boom as property prices soar 随着物业价格的飙升,香港的小型公寓热潮

Original Source

  • By KELVIN CHAN, AP BUSINESS WRITER — HONG KONG

Donny Chan reads on his bed in his apartment, one of a growing number of tiny, upscale units known as “microflats” in Hong Kong, June 10, 2017. Hong Kong’s property developers are scaling down, way down, for younger, middle-class buyers, offering micro-sized upscale apartments with stratospheric price tags.

With its marble-clad lobby, sweeping balcony views and sleek, modern decor, Donny Chan’s apartment building would seem the kind of upscale tower most young Hong Kong professionals aspire to live in.

But not for Chan, 39, who avoids spending time in his 19th-floor apartment because it measures just 193 square feet (about 14 feet by 14 feet or 18 square meters). His parking space-sized studio in the grandly named High One building is part of a growing trend for so-called micro apartments that are diminutive even by the standards of space-starved and densely built Hong Kong.

“Every time that I step back into this (apartment) I kind of feel like a cat squeezed into a box,” said Chan, an art director at a medical equipment maker. To avoid returning to his cramped and claustrophobic apartment before bedtime he plays basketball or badminton, goes to the movies or karaoke bars, and gets together with friends and family.

“I go walking in shopping malls until the last minute when they close,” he said.

Hong Kong’s property developers are scaling down, way down, for younger, middle-class buyers, offering micro-sized upscale apartments with eye-popping price tags. The apartments, dubbed “mosquito-size units” or “gnat flats” in Chinese, are drawing online ridicule and underscore worries over the Asian financial hub’s overheated real estate market and widening inequality.

Hong Kong is often ranked the world’s costliest housing market.

Its micro-flat boom parallels tiny house and minimalist living trends seen in the U.S. and other developed countries. The difference is that in Hong Kong, few make the choice willingly. Chan moved in last year after splitting up with his wife. He viewed 20 other apartments over three weeks but they were all more expensive, in worse condition or farther from his job.

When they first appeared, micro-flats were mostly snapped up by investors renting them out for above-average returns. The government has moved to cool such speculation, and most demand now comes from people needing a place to live, said Ingred Cheh, research manager at Jones Lang Lasalle.

Even so, their extravagant prices mean the young buyers who can afford the prison cell or parking lot sized units already are privileged by Hong Kong standards, said Edward Yiu, a lawmaker representing architects and surveyors.

Transaction records show Chan’s landlord bought the unit from developer Henderson Land for about $500,000 in 2015. Chan’s rent is $1,300 a month, or a third of his monthly salary. He said he’d never consider buying such a small place to live. The down payment on a bigger apartment, if he were to buy, would mean “I’ll be saving until the day I die.”

Last year, developer MT Sisters’ AVA 55 project sold units as small as 166 square feet (15.4 square meters) for as much as $500,000. Blueprints showed the builder was eliminating separate shower stalls, including them in the toilets, to save space, an arrangement usually only found in older buildings.

It took decades for the government to provide housing for the city’s hundreds of thousands of refugees from mainland China, and personal living space has always been at a premium. But apartments are indeed shrinking.

Last year, developers built 206 apartments smaller than 20 square meters (215 square feet), up from 79 in 2015 and none in 2012. This year, 30 percent of the 17,122 apartments set to be completed will be smaller than 40 square meters (430 square feet). That ratio will rise to 43 percent in 2018.

Most Hong Kongers have a fraction of the space seen in other advanced economies, where average living space ranges from 40 to 50 square meters per person, or in mainland Chinese cities, where it measures 30 square meters. Residents of Hong Kong’s numerous public housing estates, meanwhile, get less than 13 square meters.

Life in a micro apartment has forced Chan to downsize across the board.

When he moved in, he estimates he sold off or threw out 40 percent of his possessions — suits, basketball shoes, comic books, model cars and planes — because they wouldn’t fit. He stores the rest of his stuff at his parents’ place or in boxes supporting his single mattress. There’s a narrow wardrobe, a pint-sized loveseat and an undersized coffee table, but no space for a TV.

Parties are out of the question: there’s only enough space for one or two visitors.

The apartment’s minuscule open kitchen includes a space-saving sink that converts to countertop. There are six cans of soda in his half-size fridge: Chan says he never cooks.

“Once you cook, the smell will last for days,” he complained.

Chan plans to move to Hong Kong’s semi-rural suburbs when his lease is up, where he might get twice as much space but face a lengthy commute. Even after his ex-wife bought out his share of their home, he has little hope of buying property again.

“I can’t even find the door to enter the market,” he said. “”I can’t imagine how young people can afford their own houses in such circumstances.”

Posted in Stories of The Dragon: China, The world's first Superpower, Zotz! | Comments Off on Hong Kong’s mini apartments boom as property prices soar 随着物业价格的飙升,香港的小型公寓热潮

Aliens original hero Colonial Marine M41-A Pulse Rifle. Lot 1339

LOT 1339
Seller’s Estimate: USD 12,000 – 15,000

1339. Aliens original hero Colonial Marine M41-A Pulse Rifle.(TCF, 1986) One of the most famous sci-fi firearms, the M41-A Pulse Rifle was featured heavily in James Cameron’s 1986 action sequel Aliens. Designed by Cameron himself and constructed under the supervision of renowned armorer Simon Atherton at Bapty Armory, the Pulse Rifle is viewed by many as the pinnacle of Sci-Fi prop weaponry. This is an original prop Pulse Rifle that was originally constructed for and used in Aliens, and later re-built and re-used in Alien 3. The prop is constructed around a WWII era M1A1 Thompson submachine gun, which was originally modified to fire blanks for the production and has since been fully decommissioned. The Thompson is fitted with a custom-made pistol grip, and a custom-made extended barrel. A SPAS-12 shotgun cage mounts below the Thompson barrel via a custom-stamped barrel shroud, simulating the grenade launcher. The grenade launcher features the original SPAS-12 pump handle, which was cut down for a different look in the film. It slides freely back and forth, allowing the pump-action loading of the launcher to be simulated. As only one version of the Pulse Rifle had a practical grenade launcher (actually a Remington 870 shotgun) fitted, this piece has a dummy grenade launcher filling the SPAS cage. The ends of the piece are capped with a custom-made steel shoulder stock, and a custom-made aluminum barrel cap at the front of the grenade launcher. The entire assembly is housed in a vacuum-formed ABS outer casing, which completes the unique profile of the prop. While all other components on the piece were used in Aliens, the casing was installed specifically for the production of Alien 3. After Aliens, all of the Pulse Rifle props were struck back to their original firearm components, and most of the casings used were discarded as they were no longer deemed necessary. When the decision was made for Weyland scientists to carry Pulse Rifles during the climax of Alien 3, Bapty had to re-assemble the Pulse Rifles and were now lacking the outer casings. New outer casings were therefore manufactured by vacuum-forming over one of the original casings from Aliens, and the new ABS casing was fitted to the prop with bolts, brackets and custom-riveted plates. The outer casing was originally painted black for use in Alien 3, as are all Pulse Rifle props in the film, but was later re-sprayed green by Bapty to return the piece to its classic Aliens form. The clip base is made from wood and is installed with a screw at the front of the casing. The Pulse Rifle is complete and in good film-used and weathered condition. All of the moveable components-the shoulder stock, grenade launcher pump handle, and original Thompson selector switches and trigger-can be moved and positioned. This is a rare opportunity to own a masterpiece of film prop weaponry. Special shipping must be arranged through a federal firearms licensed dealer.$12,000 – $15,000

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on Aliens original hero Colonial Marine M41-A Pulse Rifle. Lot 1339

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to Get People to Do Things

Tuesday Tip

How to Get People to Do Things

Happy 4th of July! We have so much to celebrate. Enjoy the holiday and give thanks for all your blessings.

Of course, the 4th of July is an American holiday. And I know my Tuesday Tips have a huge international audience. So let me address a question that everyone in the world asks: “How do I get people to do what I want them to do?” All leaders, managers, supervisors, team leaders, spouses, and parents everywhere ask the same question.

Last week I gave you three answers to that question. Let me give you four more strategies today.

1. Get a Commitment to Excellence.

Of course you want excellent behavior from everyone in your life and at your job. But many of the people around you are not excellent … or as good as they could be.

For example, you probably know some losers. Losers just put in their time and that’s it. By contrast, winners put in their time … AND their energy.

Mediocre employees say, “That’s not my job” when you ask them to step up their game. Excellent employees say, “Whatever it takes.”

Difficult people respond to your requests by shrugging their shoulders. Customer Service Champions reply, “I’d be glad to help.”

So HOW do you turn less-than-excellent people into winners, superstar employees, and customer service champions? HOW do you get people to do what you want them to do?

Get their commitment to excellence.

That’s what Mike Krzyzewski, the basketball coach at Duke University did when they went into overtime in the NCAA Regional Championship game against Kentucky. Kentucky was leading with 2.1 seconds left.

During the final time out, Coach K told Grant Hill that he wanted him to throw the inbound pass to Christian Laettner who would be at the top of the key … 75 feet away. He said, “Grant, we need a three-quarter-court pass. Grant, can you make the pass?”

YEAH, coach. I can DO it.” The coach got commitment.

Coach K then said, “Christian, you’re going to flash from the left corner to the top of the key. Christian, can you catch it?” Christian nodded that he could. But that wasn’t a strong enough commitment for Coach K, so coach pushed Christian a bit harder.

He got his commitment. Christian said, “If Grant can throw it, I CAN catch it and I can HIT the shot.”

Grant threw the pass. Christian hit the shot. Duke won 104 to Kentucky’s 103.

When you’re after excellence, get a commitment from the other person that he/she CANdo it and WILL do it. Get the other person to make a decision.

As Brenda Ellsworth tells her team at Tastefully Simple, “It all begins with making a decision and saying, ‘This is what I’m going to do: I’m going to make it happen, no matter what!’”

Once you’ve got the other person’s commitment, then…

2. Use Praise and Reward.

When people strive for excellence, they typically do it for a reason. Maybe the work makes them feel good, helps them master a skill, or move ahead in their career. But there’s always a reason. As movie star Ava Gardner said, “I do everything for a reason. Most of the time the reason is money.”

Well, one of the main reasons people pursue excellence is because they want to receive praise. So give it to them. Praise excellent performance. You might be amazed at the difference it can make in someone’s life or career.

John Huber, one of my Tuesday Tip subscribers, made that clear. When someone recognized his excellence, his life and his work changed dramatically.

As John told me, “I worked with wood in high school and everything came naturally to me. So I assumed that what came naturally to me was natural to others. Boy, was I ever wrong! Anyway, after reading your Tuesday Tip, I decided to put my woodworking talents to use and build Christmas gifts for my family. The gifts turned out awesome, and it was the best Christmas for me … seeing the looks on my loved ones when they opened the gifts.”

John continued, “Later I happened to show one of my friends what I was doing with woodworking. He got interested, indeed excited, and wanted to help. We started showing pictures of my products to various people, found an investor, and to make a long story short, I am now one of three partners in a successful, growing woodworking company.”

Obviously, John’s friend gave him the exact praise he needed. You’ll learn all those skills … and dozens of other skills … in my new Extraordinary Success 2.0 Master Class coming in September. I will invite a maximum of 24 people to work with me for 10 weeks via the Internet to learn personal and professional transformational skills. If you’d like to be considered for this Master Class, just let me know.

Just don’t make the mistake of praising everything a person does … or praising ordinary performance. You’ll kill off the other person’s desire to do more or do better.

Praise extraordinary work … like the one man did when he walked out of church. He told the preacher, “That was a d— good sermon.”

The preacher replied, “Watch your language.” To which the man said, “Okay, it was a really d— good sermon.”

Again the preacher rebuked, “Watch your language.” So the man said, “In fact, it was so good I put $100 bill in the collection plate.”

The preacher said, “The h— you did.”

So use appropriate praise … and then sprinkle in some appropriate rewards. As Bill Sims, Jr., president of The Bill Sims Company, says, “Recognition is key and when coupled with tangible awards you multiply its impact at least five times.”

Of course, as you push people towards excellence, they will make some mistakes. No problem. All you have to do is…

3. Correct Their Performance When It Is Less than Excellent.

Just don’t make the mistake of talking to someone about their “weaknesses” because they sound like permanent character flaws.

And a focus on “weaknesses” will turn a person into a pessimist … because he’ll think “That’s just the way I am. There’s nothing I can do about it.” That’s why one pessimist carries a card in his wallet that says, “In case of accident, I’m not surprised.”

Instead, when you’re correcting less-than-excellent performance, talk about the other person’s “improvement options.” That way you’re describing a process she can pursue. And she’s back on the road to excellence. And you’re back on the road to getting people to do what you want them to do.

Finally,

4. Analyze the Excellence and the Resulting Success.

The best way to keep a person’s success going is to help him understand the reason it came about in the first place. WHY did things turn out right and HOW can he replicate that?

For example, if an individual had an unusually good month in sales, recognize it and ask him why. Did he use a different approach to prospecting or in closing the sale? Did he make more sales calls or approach a different type of clientele? Did he create a new presentation? By asking such questions, you help the other person make the most of his success.

In summary, excellence does not randomly strike like lightning. It’s the result of certain actions you take … in concert with other people. And if you take the seven actions I described, you’ll get people to do what you want them to do … to perform with excellence.

Action – Think of three questions you can ask an individual the next time you observe a success he is having. Ask questions that will help him understand what brought about his success so he can repeat his success.

Posted in Dr Zimmerman's Tuesday Tips, Zotz! | Comments Off on Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — How to Get People to Do Things

Check Out Harry Houdini’s House Before it Disappears

Original Source

The magician’s New York City townhouse recently the market for $4.6 million.

by

If you’re just wild about Harry Houdini, the world’s most famous magician and escape artist, here’s your chance to live in his New York City townhouse. The Houdini House, located at 278 West 113th Street in Harlem, hit the market last week for $4.6 million.

A recent open house was crowded with Houdini fans who traveled from across the country to inspect the home and, perhaps, make an offer.

“They are in awe of the house,” says listing agent Beverly Draggon with Douglas Elliman. “They came to the open house and would not leave.”

Scroll down for a look inside.

The five-level house (including a basement) was built in 1895 about three blocks from the uptown edge of Central Park.

PHOTO BY CHRIS HIRSCHBERG OF VHT STUDIOS
Houdini bought it in 1904 for $25,000 and lived in it with his wife, Bess, and various relatives until his death in 1926.

The entrance features original doors and brass hardware.

A Historical Landmark Preservation Center plaque states: “The magician lived here from 1904 to 1926 collecting illusions, theatrical memorabilia, and books on psychic phenomena and magic.”

Since Houdini’s time, the 6,008-square-foot house has had several owners.

It’s been chopped into three residences: a two-bedroom duplex, two-bedroom floor-through apartment, and a one-bedroom apartment. The duplex features this 18-foot by 43-foot backyard garden.

Morning sun floods this kitchen on the lower floor of the duplex.

Throughout the years, renovations have preserved many of the building’s original details.

Including the entrance foyer’s mahogany staircase and detail work.

The building was more than just Houdini’s home.

It was his workshop, too. Wild About Houdini, a website devoted to the magician, says Houdini installed a gigantic sunken bathtub and large mirror “to practice his underwater effects.” Today, the tub is smaller, and the bathroom features his and hers sinks.

The master suite contains upgraded, herringbone-pattern oak floors.

And a decorative fireplace that could be outfitted with a gas insert.

The showman also wired the house for sound “so he could amaze visitors with mind reading effects,” the site says.

Here’s the living room with original, built-in bookcases and 15-foot ceilings.

The duplex’s lower level contains a bedroom/office with another decorative fireplace.

Watch this video for 5 things you may not have known about Harry Houdini.

 

 

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on Check Out Harry Houdini’s House Before it Disappears

Lesbian or Bi-Curious Лесбийский или бигумный

Blaise and Joanna are back together! Their first conversation tries to unravel the difference between being lesbian or just bi-curious.

See much, much more of Blaise and Joanna at mercuryanddiamond.com.

Mercury and Diamond

 

Posted in MILF, Zotz! | Comments Off on Lesbian or Bi-Curious Лесбийский или бигумный

The Last of Us [SQP Art Books – Caution! Dangerous Curves Ahead!]

The UK equivalent of the Navy SEALs is the Special Boat Service. The selection process involves a grueling endurance test, jungle training in the rain forests of Belize, and combat survival training, which involves intense interrogation of candidates. And you get only two attempts to pass.

 

Mrs. Peel constructs the hand-bra for a very special purpose—i.e., for the complete and utter enslavement of, and thus the ultimate enjoyment of, Miss Kane—Mrs. Peel enjoying enslaving Miss Kane and Miss Kane enjoying being enslaved by Mrs. Peel. As such. It’s not composed of two decomposing severed hands. It’s a biomechanical bra. Therefore its hands are prosthetic. This hand-bra has a hygiene mode. Additionally, in user mode, the hand-bra is also parasitic and venomous.

The hand-bra is the top half of a matching set of flesh-colored biomechanical underwear. The bottom half of the set, the panties portion of this bra and panties set, is Doll Parts. These Doll Parts are not the ones that used to belong to Mrs. Carson. As such. These Parts have a hygiene mode. Additionally, in user mode, these Parts are also rendered as parasitic and venomous as the biomech bra.

The flesh color in question for the mechanical underwear is pale grey and mottled. The skin color of humans assimilated into Borg. And, when worn, the mechanical unmentionables will fuse seamlessly to the girl’s body and by doing so will render those parts of her body prosthetic for all intents and purposes.

 

When Frau Schmidt entered the CME’s office, she noticed the special delivery envelope on the medical examiner’s desk, it’s been opened, and its contents thoroughly examined. Miss Kane had lied. The Vampire intended the damning evidence would reach the CME, not in the morning, but on the same day the evidence was mailed.

So convinced is Doctor Madigan of Miss Kane’s guilt in the murder of Agent Lane, the CME totally rejects the frame job of Frau Schmidt. But. Taking no chances. Frau Schmidt pleads her case anyways.

Miss Kane lounges on the office sofa, nonchalantly. A so-called Danish blonde—i.e., yellow blonde hair. Hair the color of raw wheat. Mane and bush. Matching drapes and rug, so to speak. Dark cosmetically-perfect eyebrows. Black eyelashes. The need for eyeliner and eyeshadow negated by the pigmentation of her eyelids. Sternka, sternns, and prudz. Sexually repressed never looked better.

The Vampire’s mind is elsewhere. Drunken. Junkie. Whore. Also. Brilliant. Badass. Buxom. Leggy. Blonde. The atomic blonde envisions being used by the thing, Mrs. Peel, who lives in the basement of a flophouse on Cherokee Street in the red light district.

In her head, Miss Kane hears a voice. It is not telepathy. It’s akin to the voices in the Borg collective, but it is not that either. It’s something else entirely. A “mindless” voice that appeals to the cravings of the girl’s Id. The voice is a form of dementia used as a form of communication by Mrs. Peel’s kind.

“Mrs. Peel offers you a new lowest. A new level of debasement, depravity, and degradation.”

Impossible. I’ve reached my plateau of depravity. No more levels, only new flavors. And the Jeopardy question is … What is the law of diminishing returns?

“Mrs. Carson is wrong. And. You are wrong.”

Leech is as low as I can go.

“A Leech is the basest pseudonym that your [Vampire] kind can assume. But. Our lowest is lower.”

What?

“Invent an excuse to leave. Come to Mrs. Peel. Mrs. Peel will take you even lower as a lowest of our kind. You know where to find us.”

I’m not your kind. Whatever that kind is.

“You’re close enough, Vampire. Mrs. Peel will bridge the gap. Mrs. Peel craves you that much, and you crave enslavement that much.”

There’s a deafening cacophony, and then the “voice” is gone. Miss Kane makes her excuses and then makes her way post haste to the flophouse in question. The night clerk and the day clerk are one in the same. It’s a “male” robot, an obsolete Model 12, who calls itself Mr. Twelve, Mr. Tobor Twelve.

 

Tobor (“robot” spelled backwards) is a fictional robotic character, featured in the 1949-1954 American science-fiction TV-series Captain Video and His Video Rangers, and in the 1954 movie Tobor the Great (described as one of the most important works of the science-fiction canon at the time).

 

Miss Kane pays Mr. Twelve the going rate for a room for two hours. Leaves her phone, holster, and purse with the robot. And then makes her way down into the basement where Mrs. Peel is waiting for her.

Eyes glowing, it motions for Miss Kane to remove her Koo, bra, and panties. She goes along and strips down to perls, prudz, sternns, and careys. Still sporting a sternka.

Of special note. The Koo, bra, and panties remove themselves from her body, and end up in a heap on the floor.

Mrs. Peel points to the rough-hewn door of a closet built into a wall. Inside of the closet, Miss Kane finds hanging the biomechanical underwear that Mrs. Peel constructed for her. Knowing full well that this is trap with an endgame unknown to her. She puts on the hand–bra and Parts. There is the smell of burning flesh as the biomechs fuse seamlessly to her body, rendering those parts of her body prosthetic. She drops to her knees, shrieking in the ecstasy of the agony being inflicted upon her.

In a triple time blur of movement, the creature is upon her. Spitting its douche-mix, its enslaving mix of venom and pheromones, into the girl’s face. For all intents and purposes, Miss Kane ceases to exist. In her place is a lowest called Seven who is to be used by and mated to a queen of The Parasites.

But. Her oblivion lasts but for a split second. Not nearly enough time for Barbara Rush to rush from concealment in the darkness and drive a spike through the back of her neck destroying her.

Miss Kane licks her face clean of The Parasite queen’s douche-mix. Stands up. And smiles broadly. Her biomech undies shrivel up, drop off of her body, and unmake themselves into dust. She lets her hair down.

Wisely, The Parasite queen makes no more aggressive moves on the Vampire.

Miss Kane walks back over to the heap that is her Koo, bra, and panties. The girl’s Koo, bra, and panties again attire her—i.e., they dress her without any intervention on her part whatsoever.

As if on cue. Mr. Twelve descends the basement stairs carrying her holster, phone, and purse. It walks over and hands them to her. She clips them to her skirt’s waistband and buttons up her suitcoat.

A portion of the darkness blurs, then returns to focus. In the interim, Barbara Rush steps from her concealment. She’s clapping.

“Bravo, Miss Kane. You improvised, masterfully. Turning my orchestration against me.”

“You are in league with subversive elements of supernatural society.”

“I’m a professional. I will not divulge the identity of my clients, no matter what you do to me. I can’t be broken or mind scanned. Additionally. I’m as sick, demented, and sadomasochistic as you are.”

Miss Kane looks her dead in the eyes.

“I believe you.”

“And. Since I’m legally dead, I can’t be prosecuted for any of the crimes I have committed.”

“True. And …”

“And?”

“You also can’t be murdered.”

Too late, Barbara Rush realizes her faux pas. You can see it in her eyes.

The girl’s pistols load into her hands and she blasts away at Barbara Rush. Cold-blooded murder? Nope. You can’t murder someone who is legally dead.

Posted in The Last of Us, Vampire Noir | Comments Off on The Last of Us [SQP Art Books – Caution! Dangerous Curves Ahead!]

JOE MORELLO: The Great Drum Solo

The Bassplayer Gene Wright extended his Bass-Part….Joe got probably a bit angry and started the most awesome Drum Solo never seen before and after at 1:30 – provided to Drummerworld from the archives of Andy Lüscher – very rare footage….more Videos here at DRUMMERWORLD: http://www.drummerworld.com

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on JOE MORELLO: The Great Drum Solo

BUDDY RICH: Last Appearance: Hawaiian War Chant

This was taped in early 1987 – two month later Buddy Rich died of heart failure following surgery for a brain tumor
(Tommy Dorsey Band – led by Buddy Morrow)
…more Videos here at DRUMMERWORLD: http://www.drummerworld.com

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on BUDDY RICH: Last Appearance: Hawaiian War Chant

Ala of Ala Nylons + June Wilkinson 60’s Sexpot Signed 8×10 Photo

Posted in June Wilkinson, MILF, Zotz! | Comments Off on Ala of Ala Nylons + June Wilkinson 60’s Sexpot Signed 8×10 Photo

Here’s why the American flag is reversed on military uniforms

Original Source

Tim Marshall, the author of “Worth Dying for: The Power and Politics of Flags” explains why American flags are reversed on military uniforms.

A lot of people ask, “why is the US flag reversed when it’s on an arm patch of a US military?” Just as the US flag dips to no man or king, and you will see even at the Olympic ceremonies, the American flag is the only one that doesn’t dip to the head of state of the host country. Because — it’s not a mark of disrespect to them, it’s a mark of respect to the American flag. And they take it so seriously that it must always face forward.

Now, on a flag pole that puts the stars on the left-hand side next to the flag pole, that’s the most prestigious position. On an arm patch, you are looking at it differently and when the soldier, or marine or whatever, marches forward, the US flag must face forward. It must not be seen to be in retreat. And so the stars are actually now on the right-hand side of their badge and so they face forward, just as it never retreats. It’s always in its special position when it’s flown on a car.

You might think this is taking things to extremes but when you really get to the bottom of flags, they are about extremes of passion and extremes of belief. And the Americans take their flag very, very seriously.

Posted in To The Geek Life, To The Good Life, Zotz! | Comments Off on Here’s why the American flag is reversed on military uniforms

Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — Getting Excellence from Others

Tuesday Tip

excellence

Getting Excellence from Others

In case you haven’t noticed, just about everything has changed in the world of work in the last 25 years. In the OLD world, in the old system, people were expected to take orders. They were expected to park their brains, shut their mouths and work their forty hours a week.

But somewhere along the way, some organizations got smart. They began to realize they could do more than buy their employees’ time. They could engage their employees’ heads and hearts as well.

As one of my clients, Lisa DeKrey at Eide Bailly LLP, says, “There are no unimportant jobs, no unimportant people. Everyone has something important to contribute … and it’s high time we find out what that is … and tap into those resources.”

In contrast to the OLD world of work, where it was all about taking orders, in the NEW world of work, it’s all about taking responsibility. Employees are expected to take responsibility … for using all their talents … and for performing with excellence.

So how can you encourage people to take responsibility and perform with excellence?

1. HELP People Aspire to Excellence.

Lots of people don’t even know what “excellence” means. After all, they’re doing their job, getting by, thinking that’s good enough. They’re competent but not excellent.

F. W. Woolworth, the founder of the F.W. Woolworth retail chain knew all about that. That’s why he said, “We would rather have one person working WITH us than three merely working FOR us.”

If you care about your employees, your teammates, or your kids, you can’t let them continue their just-enough-to-get-by behavior or stay content with work-that’s-good-enough. The consequences of such behavior are dire.

You see, in the NEW world of work, it’s no longer good enough to get by. Those people who just try to get by will eventually find themselves out of a job. They’re a drag on the bottom line. And in a world of tight competition and narrow margins, organizations can no longer afford to keep those bottom feeders on the payroll.

Jim Collins, the author of the now-classic book Good to Great, says that good-enough space may represent a level of competence, but it’s a dangerous place to stay. He says, “Competence is the enemy of the great.” In other words, “competence” … or “work that’s good enough” … can blind people to the fact that there’s a level of excellence they haven’t even considered. And they need to be going in that direction.

Barbara Sanfilippo and Bob Romano talked about how one real estate sales force moved from get-by, good-enough competence to a vision of and a pursuit of excellence. The broker in charge wanted her office to become one of the top ten in the country. So she collected some magazines and asked her agents to cut out pictures that represented their dreams and ambitions.

Then, at a meeting, she asked each agent to share one picture with the group and put it on the team’s Dream Board. One agent, for example, needed a new car, so she put a picture of the car she wanted on the board. As the agents learned about each other’s needs and aspirations, they grew excited for each other and began working harder to make sales. In the end, everyone achieved their goals … or their own individual definitions of excellence … and the team sprang up to sixth place nationally.

Once your people have a vision of excellence…

2. EXPECT Excellence.

As Sterling says in the book, Pygmalion in Management, it’s very difficult to disguise your expectations. So if you expect your coworkers to give you a mediocre performance, your coworkers will sense that … and give you mediocre results. You’ve got to EXPECT excellence from them.

Unfortunately, a lot of managers, supervisors, team members, and even parents do not expect excellence.

I think of a high school charity auction where the students made various donations. One student offered to clean house for the highest bidder. One of the bidders was amazed at the steep price a woman paid to obtain this service. Asked why she paid so much, the other woman replied, “It’s worth it just to see my daughter actually cleaning the house.”Obviously, that mother expected anything but excellence from her daughter.

The same is true in many work environments. Managers, who over-manage or over-see every detail of every function, are communicating a lack of trust. They fear failure because they expect anything but excellence.

As a result, the employees grow wary of the boss’ ever-present staring over their shoulders. And, as Ed Reede of the U.S. Army says,

“Whether or not we have reasons to fear them, our conversations as employees become muted and restricted. Soon, nobody feels safe to comment or recommend anything.”

Of course, work can still get done in such an atmosphere, but the processes and the results of such an atmosphere are far from excellent. As Reede says, “Work often gets done in spite of these managers … but at a great cost to our professional lives at work and our personal lives at home.”

You need to EXPECT excellence, and then when you get it … reward it. And some managers don’t.

Take, for example, the employee who told his boss, “I’d like a raise, sir. I’m worth more than I’m getting.” The boss replied, “Of course you’re worth more than you’re getting, Sam. Why don’t you let up a bit?”

And one of the best ways to show you expect excellence is to…

3. LEAD by Example.

A German proverb says, “When you walk your talk, people listen.” In other words, if you perform with excellence, chances are … the people around you will notice and will probably perform with excellence as well.

Put another way, when you lead by example, when you demand excellence of yourself, your employees, coworkers and kids will begin to see excellence as more than a buzz word. They will see excellence as more than a bunch of hype.

So take a good look at the example you set. Are you ever guilty of saying, “quality comes first” at your staff meeting, and then later allow some defective products to leave your warehouse because you’re pinched for time? Are you ever guilty of telling your kids to always tell the truth, but when the phone rings you tell them to say you’re not home?

In leading, managing, and parenting, you must help the people around you aspire to excellence. And then expect excellence from them, at the same time you set an example of excellence in everything you do.

As William Bennett, the former Secretary of Education notes, “If you want kids to learn what work is, you should have them work. If you want them to learn what responsibility means, you should hold them responsible. If you want them to learn what perseverance is, you should encourage them to persevere. And you should start as early as possible.”

Action Item: How do the other people in your world of work “know” you expect excellence from them? Is there a better, clearer way to communicate your expectations?

Dr. Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip, Issue 889 – How to Get Others to Perform with Excellence

Posted in Dr Zimmerman's Tuesday Tips, Zotz! | Comments Off on Dr Zimmerman’s Tuesday Tip — Getting Excellence from Others

ALA nylons simply nylon, ALA нейлоны просто нейлон, ALA nylony po prostu nylon

ALA nylons simply nylon ஜ════ ════ஜ۩۞۩ஜ═════ ═════ஜ SUBSCRIBE ஜ.

ALA Nylons

Posted in MILF, Zotz! | Comments Off on ALA nylons simply nylon, ALA нейлоны просто нейлон, ALA nylony po prostu nylon

ALA nylons black seamed stockings, ALA нейлоны черные шовные чулки, ALA nylons czarne pończochy seamed

ФИЛЬМЫ!!! ПРИКОЛЫ!!! ЮМОР!!! И МНОГО КРАСИВЫХ ДЕВУШЕК!!! MOVIES!!! FUN!!! HUMOR!!! AND MANY BEAUTIFUL GIRLS!!! FILMS!!! Les TAQUETS!!! De l’HUMOUR!!! ET BEAUCOUP DE BELLES FILLES!!! FILME!!! WITZE!!! HUMOR!!! UND VIELE SCHÖNE MÄDCHEN!!! 映画です!!! 楽しいです!!! ユーモアです!!! 多くの美少女で ПОДПИШИСЬ НА МОЙ КАНАЛ И Я ОТВЕЧУ ВЗАИМНОСТЬЮ!!!

Posted in MILF, Zotz! | Comments Off on ALA nylons black seamed stockings, ALA нейлоны черные шовные чулки, ALA nylons czarne pończochy seamed