Cock Ring revisited  

rm_toohotque 51M
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5/2/2005 10:20 am
Cock Ring revisited

Needing a little stimulation I accessed my golf clubs and retrieved the warmup donut, to use again as a cock ring. It was about a year since I last tried it, and recollection was that the boners were fierce, and enjoyable. This time was no different. I had sustained erections that were like concrete. Now its been a week and weather is turning warmer. There will be upcoming opportunity to photograph another episode of cock ring enhanced boners for you ladies out there ... in BJI I catch U.S. sun brunch. Fill the bar girls at 11 and we can cock party all afternoon RSVP. Spot the truck 867...

This is putting the play in MY court to increase interest in me and my exhibitions. I'm getting mild feedback from my previous work. Now with warmer weather and a better camera, I expect to release more stimulating works.

This last stretch of sustained cold weather is beyond anything I can recall. Thankfully it is lacking moisture that could kill newborn animals with exposure.

The generator blewup yesterday causing worry, but this morning I was able to find a better one that is much quieter and leaner on gas. It was for the cost of replacing the motor in the older one leaving me with a turbine to play with,, possibly to add a wind propeller in making a 2kw generator. (I had been looking at trying it with several car alternators mounted beside a shaft with flywheels. Using the single 2kw turbine would be simpler, lighter and more efficient.)

After faring last winter off-grid here in N. Minnesota I have decided its impractical when there is a continuous need for electricity. My application was to circulate hot water for slab heat with a 75-watt pump. The demand for 1.6kw per day would require use of the generator much of the time to augment wind and solar power that is otherwise ample. If you can stand to heat with a old-fashioned woodstove inside the house, then its possible to get along off-grid during the cold months. Refrigeration then becomes an issue in the summer. Electricity enhances life dramatically adding many comforts we take for granted. I found I can bear the inconveniences without the unplanned and untimely breakdowns... which are the real problems of living off-grid.

Its a matter of deciding if its really worth not having to pay a monthly bill. Maybe if I can throw a wind turbine up and find that it significantly reduces the time needed to charge batteries with the gas generator, I will think of staying off-grid. But observing the calm nights and days in dead of winter was sober recognition of reality.

Going south in winter might be the best solution, to living off-grid up-north.

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