Archive for April, 2010

A Letter To My Party Going Brethren

Posted in Article on April 28, 2010 by Radagast

Dear Some of You:

I hope you enjoy going to spanking parties and will continue to go. The scene needs as many different sorts of people as it can get and it’s healthy to have this variety. This letter is not for the majority but a thin sliver of a minority that find a party filled with fellow traveling spankos to be a bit overwhelming socially.

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Boardwalk Badness: A Big Thank You

Posted in Article with tags , , on April 25, 2010 by Radagast

Just got back from SSNY’s very first weekend party down in Atlantic City. More after the jump.

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I’ve Finally Figured It Out

Posted in Article on April 14, 2010 by Radagast

I hate vanilla people.

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Looking Forward To The Boardwalk Badness Weekend

Posted in Article with tags , , on April 5, 2010 by Radagast

First of all, it’s been years since I’ve been to Atlantic City. I used to go a lot more often about ten or so years ago but that was back when I used to rent a house on Long Beach Island for a week and generally enjoyed little trips to the Jersey Shore. Atlantic City has always seemed a little depressing to me because it comes across as a strip of nice (or at least gaudy) with an ocean on one side and a lump of rundown crap on the other. It always seemed like whatever money was made by the city was never invested in the city itself and that the “jobs” to be had passed a good number of the locals by. Pair that with the fact that the casinos were often full of blue haired old ladies, right hands black from pulling a slot machine lever and always a cigarette dangling from their lips. The sight of that sort of “glamour” would leave me with little desire to go back — ever.

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Posted in Article on April 1, 2010 by Radagast

A string of apologies is what this blog has turned into although I’m not quite sure who I’m apologizing to and for what reason. Maybe I’m just apologizing to myself for not being able to bring this blog to its inevitable conclusion but still not find it in myself to write on a consistent basis. I have recently discovered the need to apologize to those people who have difficulty reading light letters on a black background but that’s the theme I chose for this blog because I thought it looked “cool”. I guess it’s like a guy who buys clothes based upon what they look like in a catalog and on a guy who is (fill in the country here)’s ideal for maleness. “Wow. That jacket looks awesome on Mr. Chiseled — it would look great on me.” Yeeeaaahhh-no.

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