Susie Sparks – genuine areolas boobfulness USA

Exploring the functional system of boobage, there is no way to overlook Susie Sparks (*1961) and of course she’s prominently mentioned here in another article about the areolas phenomenon already.

I’ve deeply studied boobology but yet I still don’t know what it is exactly with wide areolas. It’s a thing. Biologically the nipple is indispensable, not the areolas. Anyway it’s the areolas that catches most attention from a boobastic point of view.

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Zensur findet statt!

Die Einschränkungen der Meinungsfreiheit in Deutschland sind empirisch belegbar. Sie sind aber auch in Jurisdiktion und im Grundgesetz von vornherein angelegt. Ein Blick in den Ersten Zusatzartikel (Amendment I) zur US-Amerikanischen Verfassung zeigt, wie ein Freiheitsrecht aussieht, das diesen Namen auch verdient.

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Honey Moons and Tabatha Towers – two of a kind

From a boobastic point of view, you’re not looking someone in the face at the first place. Some people don’t like it. But that’s only because a lack of understanding in the functional system of boobfulness. Once you’ve attained that knowledge you may sighingly utter: well, that’s just the way it is …

That being said, you will understand why Honey Moons (*1974) and Tabatha Towers (*1968) repeatedly have been considered as sisters, even though in fact they aren’t. It’s all a question of focus and perspective and you cannot judge someone by his perspective – all you can do, is judge someone from a perspective within the limits of the specific perspective.

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Andere Menschen lieben ihr Land – nicht so die Deutschen!

Ich habe mich über das Geschenk gefreut, eine Tasse mit der Aufschrift “Yo amo Venezuela” 🇻🇪 (Ich liebe Venezuela). Dann fragte ich mich: was ist bloß mit uns Deutschen los? -Kommt uns doch ein solches Bekenntnis zum Eigenen nur denkbar schwer über die Lippen. Strange people, the 🇩🇪 Germans 🤔

This short video is about the Germans having trouble loving their own country and that it does them no good. The title says: “Other people love their countries – not so the Germans!”.

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The magic of beginning

We’ve compared the early stages of pornography on an industrial level in the Western world of the late 1960s/ early 1970s with the time directly after the fall of the iron curtain in the former Soviet Bloc of the early 1990s. Those days were in more than one way breathless, consuming and not sustainable.

In the West there was a time before that. Distribution of porn on an industrial level was still prohibited. Andy Warhols “Blue Movie” (1969) is considered the first adult movie depicting explicit sex to receive wide theatrical release in the USA. It is often forgotten that the triumph of pornography marked the end of an era: the era of the exotic dancers and topless models of the 1950s and 1960s. That was the Golden Age of photographing and filming boobfulness and like we’ve postulated the other day: from a boobastic point of view porn is non-essential.

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Please, watch this

Like I’ve said here before, I’m regarding US-american film director and writer Oliver Stone (*1946) as one of the important people of today. Not long ago I did a blog about his criticism of US-American Benevolence/Exzeptionalism.

Now there’s a new interview up, he’s granting Japanese NHK World News. It’s a well done journalistic piece of work, that gives you in about 10 Minutes a rough idea of his life, work and thinking.

“Now, that video is gone and that’s a great pity”

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What Mr. Stone says at the 10-minute-mark depicts his humble approach of englightenment to me:

“We operate in ignorance. It’s our job as human beings to become more conscious. To try to find out.”

Oliver Stone

We don’t read (books) no more. That’s the Zeitgeist. There are other ways to improve your knowledge and all I can say is, that I’ve learned some stuff, watching his films:

  • Platoon (1986)
  • Wall Street (1987)
  • Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
  • Natural Born Killers (1994)
  • Nixon (1995)
  • Wall Street: Money never sleeps (2010)
  • The Untold History of the United States (2012)

What he’s writing down on that board at the end of the interview – don’t you forget it!

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