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2/8/2006 9:03 am

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Hello sexy one,
This morning did my usual routine. I woke up got out of bed drank some water and walked on to my balcony, I always wake up between 5:10 and 5:30 in the a.m. and though the Sun does not rise until after 6:30 in the morning the hints of color are already invading the skies by that time even if they appear subdued.
I catch the Sunrise on a daily basis and photograph it, not everyday but most of the time, or when the beauty of it compels me to do so.
This morning though still groggy I stepped on to my balcony to find an unusual feel and look to sky, at first I thought it was due to the warm weather but knew that was not it.
I suddenly got a flash back of the way the L.A. sky looked the day after the 1992 riots, all those fires where set due to Mr King's verdict. It was then that I sadly realized that the beautiful yet odd color was due to the Orange County fires.
I feel so bad for all of the deer and other animals, I know that spring is around the corner and so many animals are probably in gestation right now and having to flee for their safety.
I do not smoke cigarettes but if I did I would never EVER flick any cigarette butt out my car window. I am making a plea, PLEASE DO NOT THROW OUT CIGARETTE BUTTS OUT YOUR CAR WINDOW.
Your conscious will be mine.

mrorgasm4you04 58M

2/8/2006 5:21 pm

Dearest KINK

Its amazing to think how much smoke and ash can affect global weather patterns.
Whenever there is a major Volcano or large fire, the weather in the area is adversly affected.
There are scientific theories that actually suggest that the extinction of the Dinosaurs, was caused by the impact of a huge meteor. A meteor big enough,... that upon impact, sent enough debris into the sky (millions of tons), that it actually changed the weather pattern over a large portion of the planet...that eventually killed off all of the vegetation that the Dino's ate.
Now thats what I call...a hazy sky!
By the way, I thought I saw a sexy Latina girl running through the smoke and fire...scooping up critters in her back-pack ???
Was that you?

Bye for now sexy


Cowboy_Deluxe 39M

2/8/2006 5:54 pm

Hello sexy lady,
This morning I did my usual, stumbled out of bed and made some coffee, after taking a sip I sat in my Lazyboy letting the cobwebs come undone. I wake up at 5 in the morning everyday and I too like watching the sunrise and the sunset..I just look out my window of my house, since I live in the country I get a full view..I'm sorry to hear about the fires especially from something as terrible as smoking. I see deer and antelope sometimes and rabbits lots of times, I'll see a fox maybe once a year. I remember the 1992 fires, the rioting, the ignorance that people have. It is my hope that us as a people learn from it, my saying is the best mistakes are made by other people.

P. S. I wish you could see the sunrise like I do.


Deepthroat215 53M
328 posts
2/8/2006 8:50 pm

In iowa we have small grass fires, but the thought of wildfires sadden me for all the destruction. I don't smoke.

ArgosPlumyKooky 46F
3902 posts
2/8/2006 10:40 pm

hi miss kink, glad your morning started off fresh and good. what you say saddens me. of course, we always think of the things humans lose in these fires. but, yes, what of the poor animals? they can't relocate with as much ease as humans. glad you considered and posted about this sad side of the story goodnight, snatch

gnr8nrg 47M

2/8/2006 11:04 pm

Hi Miss Kink my Dad is the fire chief of the town I grew up in so I had lots of exposure to fire safety and dangers. I remember a big one in Northern California that was started by a lawnmower. The animals are usually the forgotten ones during disasters. It would be nice if people thought about what they do and how it affects others.

Leykisfan101 47M
38 posts
2/9/2006 7:40 pm

On a legal note. Throwing Substances on Highways or Adjoining Areas

23111. No person in any vehicle and no pedestrian shall throw or discharge from or upon any road or highway or adjoining area, public or private, any lighted or nonlighted cigarette, cigar, match, or any flaming or glowing substance. This section shall be known as the Paul Buzzo Act.

Just a heads up. [red]A violation of this section is aMANDATORY[red]fine of $271 dollars with community service..

Now I have seen some naturally beautiful sunrises and sunset in the desert, but there is nothing like a starry sky at night.

Cowboy_Deluxe 39M

2/9/2006 7:54 pm

Seen you visited my blog as well.. Thanks for the Good morning, you have a goodnight.



2/10/2006 5:59 am

Mr O,
Very insightful as always. It is amazing how much nature is affected by the elements (poor Dino's)
so if you spotted me gathering up critters why did you not help out, meanie.

I have no idea if the fires where set from a stray cigarette butt or not but felt the need to put that out there, you have no idea how many people I see do that as they drive here in Los Angeles, it's really gross.
Your country home sounds delightful, I need to pay to see what you get to witness for free, Fox, rabbits and other animals though I have encounter deer and cayo's tons of cayo's on my hikes it is always a nice fantasy to picture life out in the country.
You are one lucky Cowboy, I love animals hence making me envy you. Have a great animalistic day.

Mr Deep,
yes, it is very sad to witness such destruction.
Are the grass fires natural fires?

Tickles Snatchie Pooh,
It is sad darling thank you brightening my day by visiting my little Pooh girl.

Thank you for stopping by and sharing.
So your daddy is the fire chief!!!! wow how cool it must have been for you growing up, any dalmations?

Wow, thank you for putting the smack down.
How are you Ley?

Tag, you are it

toothysmile 52M
16517 posts
2/10/2006 7:50 am

er... don't worry I don't smoke...
my, you do wake up early...
nice skyscape btw... ...


2/10/2006 1:25 pm

Welcome to my world and thank you for not smoking, but then again why would you want to ruin those beautiful teeth right.
I know how lucky am I to wake up to that view every morning

mrorgasm4you04 58M

2/10/2006 6:01 pm

Dearest KINK

Sorry about not helping your rescue mission... but there was a good reason, I didnt mention it before.
As I was driving thru the haze and smoke...and caught your little curvy profile in the darkness...I was suddenly paralized.
I knew there was a sharp curve approaching from up ahead... but I still couldnt take my eyes off you, my truck was starting to drift.
As I continued to watch you running thru the blaze ( with my eyes off the road and on YOUR curves ) truck careened off the road and crashed in a ditch.
I rolled out of my truck...and low crawled to safety.
I survived...but wow....your lil sexy rescue oufit was too much.


ps- I was able to grab a few field mice an my way out, and take them to safety

Cowboy_Deluxe 39M

2/10/2006 7:08 pm

What is this no tag backs? Then..then...


gnr8nrg 47M

2/10/2006 10:08 pm

No dalmations, a mixed mutt that I loved and later German Shepards. Being his son sucked, because it is a small town and everybody knew me. It's hard to be sneeky like that as a kid.


2/11/2006 5:04 pm

Sorry for my late entry here MISS_KINK,

It too remember that orange glow the whole city had that day. Somewhere I have some videotape that I shot of it.

My roommats and I were uncertain if our own building would be still standing by the ending of that night or the next morning. Things were on fire everywhere you looked but luckily nothing burned too close to our place and we never had to evacuate,

Where I'm now living we'll get an occasional mountain lion that wanders into the city looking for water or food. I can't stand it when some of the officials dealing with the animal think it's best to kill it. But they often do try to do that. I always root for the lion to get away and sometimes it does.

I'm also not a big fan of bullfighting but yes I always want the bull tpo come out on top there too.



2/15/2006 7:15 am

Mr O,
Thank you, the mice are nice and safe not to mention grateful.
Next time I will wear my fathers oversized work overalls.

Mr Cowboy,
did not think you wanted to play.

Mr Gnr,
How bad of you to complain about not being able to be sneaky, shame on you.
As A child my family had a German Shepard, very loyal and good dogs.
I now have two chihuhua dog's, very spoiled and capricious breed.

You have Video footage of that day??? oh wow.
I was heartbroken that day to see how Angelino's were treating the city. I am glad you and your roommate made it safe.
How beautiful to live so close to nature yet maddening to see how officials take care of the animals that stray in to our neighborhoods when in reality it is territory that belonged to them before we came along and began development of any sort.

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