American Women Part Deux and other assorted drivel  

rm_durtyoleman2 57M/49F
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9/5/2005 2:39 pm

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American Women Part Deux and other assorted drivel

Firstly, I want to thank Frogger1995 (nice breasts) and MzHunyHole (make an exception for me?)for the kind comments on my blog. I did not mean Oriental as derogatory, or as a racial slur, I simply referred to it as an area of the world encompassing the Western Pacific Rim. I'm called Caucasian and I've never been to the Caucus Mountains in Georgia, the country, located in Asia, not the state. Anyway, I digress. I can only tell you what I've seen.
Now, if everyone is prepared for a long diatribe, I'll start. It is part of the human condition that we all want something new, thus this website. Aren't we all looking for something new or different? Not the act itself, but new partners and combinations of sexes. I have found that generations go back and forth between liberal and conservative. The 20's, and 60's and '00's are considered liberal. The flappers of the 20's, the free love generation, and the current tattoo and piercing culture. The 40's and 80's are more conservative. WWII and the landslide election of Regan are examples of that. With that being established, let's go back to Oriental Women. I was stationed on Okinawa from 1980 to 1982,with occasional trips to the mainland. During that time, the women there of the younger generation loved Americans. I saw this as a direct rebellion of their conservative, structured life. On Oki and the mainland, the older generation hated us for WWII, and the younger one loved us, as they had American Television, American Movies, and tried to assimilate the ways of American women.
Now, on to Korea, which I visited for 2 weeks in 1980, and a tour in 99-00. There, the younger generation hated us, and the older generation loved us. The older generation remembered that we saved their asses in 1950, some of the younger generation saw us as occupiers of their country. However, a lot of them, when meeting them in social settings, would gravitate toward the Americans, to try out their English and meet an American. And it didn't hurt that the average American was hung better than most Oriental men, or so I have noticed. Now, on to the Philippines, which I visited in 1982. There, everyone loved us, 1) because we spent lots of money, and 2) we provided their defense for the islands, so the government didn't have to so Imelda Marcos could buy more shoes.
So, yes, I do have a thing for oriental women, only because I have such fond memories of them.
Now, onto other things. God Love Texas. For anyone traveling all over the state, each major city has a different feel to it. Dallas, what everyone from around the world thinks Texas is. Houston, home of oil men, San Antonio, deep in the heart of Texas, spread all over the place, with downtown surrounding the Alamo, and El Paso, a true border town but with a mountain range running through it.
Anyway, back to work tomorrow. 4am comes very early. I would like to thank everyone who has visited my blog, and I hope that you continue to do so. I see myself as a alternative to the "oh baby, oh baby" type of blog, something with a little thinking to it.
Today's picture was one I took in a bar in Kyrgyzstan, one of the old Russian republics where I spent 126 days.
Peace, Love and "Let the Good Times Roll"
Durtyoleman2


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