11 December 2018


As has become typical, once again in the early hours of the morning, Donald Trump rage tweeted yesterday about the criminal investigation of him and his associations (details here). Not once but twice he typed the phrase "smocking gun" instead of the correct "smoking gun."

This is not the first time he's made this "smocking" error. What the hell is going on?

Is Trump so mentally diminished that he doesn't know how to spell the word "smoking"? It's obviously not a typographic error, because the letter "C" is not near any of the letters in the word "smoking."

Or was this yet another attempt at diversion, to get people talking about "smocking" and not all the recent negative headlines about his possible crimes??

The Week posits a theory in a new article (link here) analyzing Trump's misspelling habits: the typos are deliberate and designed to make Trump seem more like a "common man," not the penthouse-dwelling elite that he actually is?

If the answer is any of the above, it's deeply disturbing. These explanations only serve to underscore how woefully unfit Trump is for any elective office, let alone the planet's most important one.

Milk Chocolate

This is Paulo from São Paulo who is a professional dancer, aged 27, standing 5'8 and weighing 170 pounds. He has a nicely muscled body and an oversize, thick cock. He's said to be quiet and soft spoken.

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10 December 2018

The Biggest Lie of All

Yesterday, the Washington Post ran an article (link here) with a title that says it all: "Russians interacted with at least 14 Trump associates during the campaign and transition."

For more than a year, Donald Trump repeatedly said he personally had no business contacts with Russia and that his campaign had no contacts with Russia. And time after time, with revelation after revelation, the truth became obvious: Trump was up to his neck with Russian involvement in his business and his campaign was regularly colluding with Kremlin insiders.

Hence, his Russian connections turned out to be his biggest lie of all his many lies.

Many of the names linked in the article are not new, but it's good to see the whole picture in one article. With so many staff members quitting and being fired during the campaign, not to mention three different campaign managers, the only constancy were Kremlin emissaries and facilitators.

With the incoming Democratic majority in the House of Representatives in less than a month and much of the world waiting to see when and who Special Counsel Robert Mueller will indict next, it seems like we're in a waiting game right now. Trump's anxiety about this seems to be eating him alive, at least based on the increasingly frantic nature of his Twitter feed.

The next few months could bring all kinds of revelations and upheavals that will make the last two years seem calm in comparison. Stay tuned.

In the Wee Small Hours

Malek has a huge crush on the waiter at his favorite overnight cafe. He jacks off behind his newspaper whilst he watches the young man hard at work. But when he's suddenly busted by the object of his affection, he's surprised that he's not tossed out but, instead, asked to lower his fly.

The originals for these photos are much larger than they appear below and total nearly eighty in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, click here.

09 December 2018


Rex Tillerson, who was Donald Trump's first Secretary of State, made some pretty damning comments about the President in an interview with CBS (details here). At the same time, it was painfully clear he was trying to be diplomatic -- imagine what he says off camera.

Coming from the corporate world, Tillerson said he found it "challenging for me...to go to work for a man who is pretty undisciplined, doesn’t like to read, doesn’t read briefing reports, doesn’t like to get into the details of a lot of things, but rather just kind of says, 'This is what I believe.'"

In other words, Trump leaps to conclusions without bothering with pesky things like facts.

This was the most damning portion: "So often, the president would say, 'Here’s what I want to do, and here’s how I want to do it,' and I would have to say to him, 'Mr. President, I understand what you want to do, but you can’t do it that way. It violates the law.'"

This brought to mind something I read a while back about Trump. Most Presidents respect the law and realize they must live within its constraints. But Presidents like Nixon and Trump viewed the law as something you should try to wiggle around and avoid.

In other words: don't worry if you're not following the law. Just don't get caught.

Trouble is, Trump is not smart enough to cover up when he's breaking the law.

Prisoner of War

Here's a porn scene with actual decent acting and a professional sounding score. The plot apparently has something to do with Nazi intelligence officers realizing they can learn more from their prisoners from fucking them than from torturing them.

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08 December 2018

Connecting the Dots

Yesterday, Robert Mueller and other federal prosecutors made three important court filings against two of Donald Trump's key associates in their sentencing proceedings: Michael Cohen, his former lawyer and fixer, and Paul Manafort, his former campaign chairman.

To help navigate a way through all the reportage on the matters, the Washington Post helpfully published an article (link here) with the title "Five big takeaways from the new Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort filings."

Two of these bear consideration here. The second one concludes: "The government has implicated Trump in Cohen’s crimes." And the fourth one notes: "Mueller appears to be keying on Russia ties in Trump’s business."

One gets the sense there's still more of the Russian iceberg under the sea. Trump ridiculously tweeted last night that he's totally vindicated by yesterday's filings, which is patently ludicrous. Is he lying to himself, his supporters, or both?

Stay tuned.

Flip-Flop Hotel

This is a nicely shot and erotic scene with no frills other than hot studs and hot sex. I always wonder if the hotel management knows a porn scene is being filmed in one of their rooms when these are made.

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07 December 2018


Donald Trump has spent the last several decades of his public life ranting and raving about illegal immigration. It has been a major issue of his presidency, notwithstanding that he often outright lies about the scope of the matter.

Yesterday, the New York Times broke the story (link here) that Trump's personal housekeeper at his New Jersey golf resort, where he frequently travels from the White House, is an illegal immigrant from Guatemala.

According to the woman in question, she is not the only illegal immigrant whom Trump employs at that facility.

This is not the first time that Trump has been busted for hiring illegal immigrants. He hired a number of illegal immigrants from Poland to demolish an existing building so he could build his Trump Tower in Manhattan (details here), workers whom he ultimately tried to stiff on payment.

And, of course, Trump's current wife Melania worked illegally a number of times in the United States when she was visiting on a tourist visa (details here).

With this latest revelation, could Trump possibly be any more hypocritical on the issue of illegal immigration than he already is?

Friday Fuck Fest

Friday is here, so time for another mini disk dump. Presented today are hundreds of hardcore photos from twelve very recent shoots -- some twoways and some threeways. Here's to hoping your weekend is filled with some hardcore action, too.

The originals for these photos are much larger than they appear below and are part of a collection with four hundred images. To download in a free zipped folder, click here.

06 December 2018

500 Nights

Late yesterday, the Washington Post broke the story that lobbyists for Saudi Arabia had paid for more than five hundred nights at Donald Trump's Washington DC hotel early last year (link here). The rooms were occupied by American military veterans who were unknowingly duped into lobbying against legislation of interest to the Saudi government being debated by Congress.

Some of the veterans, however, realized who was paying for the hotel rooms and why. "We were just used to give Trump money," said one.

Now we may know why Trump has been so reluctant to criticize Saudi Arabia despite mounting evidence the Saudi government sanctioned the brutal assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

In total, the Saudi lobbyists spent more than $270,000 at Trump's hotel.

This kind of quid pro quo business in Trump properties is currently the subject of litigation now pending in federal court, with the governments of Maryland and the District of Columbia alleging that the President's profiting from foreign governments like this violates the constitution's foreign emoluments clause.

Using taxpayer funded Justice Department attorneys, Trump has battled to have the emolument suit dismissed but, to date, has failed. As the suit continues, we can expect more revelations like this that are an embarrassment to Trump.

The irony to all this is that, as a presidential candidate, Trump repeatedly denounced lobbyists for foreign governments operating in Washington. But now, he's happily accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars of their money.

The Picture of Dorian Nude

Unlike most of the models appearing on the Legend website, Dorian here has also done hardcore porn, primarily as a bottom. He's originally from Texas, has been doing porn since 2014, is aged 31, stands 5'9, and weighs 170 pounds.

The originals for these photos are larger than they appear below and total more than fifty in number. To download the complete set in a free zipped folder, click here.

05 December 2018

The Coverup

Yesterday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a closed-door hearing where they heard testimony from the CIA Director about the Saudi state-sanctioned murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Thereafter, the Washington Post published an article (link here) with the headline "GOP senators come out and say it: The Trump administration is covering up Khashoggi’s killing."

The lede is equally withering for Donald Trump's White House: "Republican senators emerged from a briefing Tuesday about journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s killing and essentially accused the Trump administration of misleading the country about it — and even covering it up for Saudi Arabia."

Further in the article, the writer notes: "To be clear, these senators aren’t just accusing the administration of missing the point on Khashoggi; they’re saying they feel misled and that the administration has obscured the truth."

This raises two interesting issues: first, why is the Trump administration so accommodating toward the Saudi royal family? Does he hold large real estate loans from Saudi sources? On this front, the incoming House Democratic majority has vowed to hold public hearings to explore connections Trump's business has with Saudi Arabia and Russia.

And the second issue: does this signal that Republican senators are starting to distance themselves from Trump, given how the White House suffered an overwhelming defeat in the House midterm elections? Have the Republican elite finally begun to worry if Trump is toxic for their 2020 chances? One can only hope.

Party of Five

Five hung, cock-crazed lads go at each other with abandon. If you don't have a raging bone after watching this, you need to see a dick doctor.

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