Sunday, October 30, 2011
Now, I must admit, that a long long time ago (a really long time ago; waaaaay before Mrs. Field) I considered myself somewhat adventurous in the boudoir.
But in all of my travels I never heard of some kinky s^%* like the following:
"Woman Reveals Potentially Fatal Sexual Fetish Called “Squashing”
Some sexual fetishes are freaky, nasty and most have an acquired taste, but there are some that are life-threatening and "squashing" is one of them.
"Massive Mocha" is an advocate for the apparently erotic act of sitting on a man until he is almost unconscious as a part of foreplay." [Story]
Wait a minute now, squashing?!! If any of you reading this have been on this sexual adventure please holla at your boy. They never had this kind of stuff when I was living the single life. But, then again, I am not sure that any of the women that I dated could have pulled it off. *shaking head*
And finally, speaking of scary stories...
"A veteran air traffic controller who directed Michelle Obama’s plane into the potentially dangerous turbulence of a massive military jet this year also made a mistake that nearly caused a collision involving a U.S. congressman last year.
The circumstances of the April 18 incident — in which a plane carrying the first lady and Jill Biden, wife of the vice president, came too close to a C-17 while approaching Andrews Air Force Base — was outlined Thursday in a report by the National Transportation Safety Board.
I was thinking that he was a tea party plant until I read the next part of the story...
"The controller responsible for the mistake, Breen Peck, was also involved in an incident in June 2010 when a United Airlines Airbus 319 carrying Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner Jr. (R-Wis.) came within 15 seconds of colliding with a smaller jet while approaching Washington.
The United pilot could be heard saying “That was close” on the radio. He reported pulling up hard after a cockpit collision warning went off, narrowly missing a 22-seat commuter jet.
“At the very least, the [Federal Aviation Administration] should have retrained the controller after the incident on June 28, 2010,” Sensenbrenner said, “and then fired the controller after the error that caused the first lady’s flight to abort a landing at Andrews Air Force Base.”
Peck is in the midst of a comprehensive retraining program that began shortly after the Obama plane incident. He said Thursday that he has been trying to get transferred from the Potomac Terminal Radar Approach Control facilities in Warrenton, which controls all traffic in and out of the region’s three major airports.
“I’ve been trying to get out of here for several years,” said Peck, who acknowledged his involvement with both flights." [Story]
Mr. Peck, here is one blogger who hopes that you get your wish.