Weekly Round-Up

20Jan14

spank spank spank spank spank spank spank spankIt’s frosty and again there seems so much to do. In a hurry, sometimes careless words seem to generate more heat than light. So I will avoid rushed comments this week.

Coming soon (quite when, I am not sure) is the last and final part of Magic. There will probably be a post about this post (before or afterwards) just so that newbies can catch-up while they can.

On the subject of stories, I noticed that Rollin has had a recent run of new publications, while other blogs have been quiet. This is often the way in January.

Kia at Acknowledging Imperfection has a short word to say about the S-word and its power. One of the pictures above has been lifted from this post.

The 1950s picture was carried by Wolfie Toons, although it has been seen elsewhere as are many such pictures. That’s the way it goes and the origins of such things are quickly lost on the Internet. Just by way of an example I noticed a sorority picture I ‘discovered’ on Google reader cropping up elsewhere as someone else’s unique find. Of course I no more created it than the latest person to republish it or the next one, come to that.

Other pictures are from Scarlet’s Real Magic, Chross forum, Au Fils de Jours, Blossom &Thorn, and Wholebean & I, Able.



8 Responses to “Weekly Round-Up”

  1. nice post ^^everybody likes ass:D

  2. 3 John

    I am looking forward to the final part of magic, but at the same time I do not want it to end. Magic is not really my thing, but this story has kept. me waiting for the next instalment, It is not realy what it is about , but the way it is written, whilst it can not be true, the way you write it makes me belive it is.

  3. Thanks for the mention. And I love the 1950’s drawing. I had not seen that before, but you say it’s been around?

    • 6 DJ

      I hadn’t seen it before today either. But Stan had it and then I saw that he probably took it from Wolfie Toons who had it first. But Dave freely admitted that he had cribbed it from elsewhere.

      I have no idea of the original source.

  4. The final installment of magic will make me sad, but you’ll start another series soon, I know. You have so many stories inside you. Xo


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