Friday, March 28, 2008


Director: Joe Gage (1980)

Starring:"The Gage Men" - no cast listing for the film, though of note is J.W. King (also seen in : A Night At Halsted's, Gold Rush Boys, Face To Face, SkinFlix, Three Day Pass and many more) and R. J. Reynolds (seen elsewhere in Three Day Pass, Wet Shorts, Beg Men On Campus and A Night At Halsted's) - both are amazingly greedy oral enthusiasts!; also spotted: Sam Benson, Scott Sinclair (scene in L A Tool & Die paired with “coach” Dan Pace (AKA Rocky Genero)) - cameramen Nick Elliot, D. J. Davis, Joe Gage, Jason Sato, Chris Welmsley, and Richard Youngblood (who you've also seen in front of the camera in HANDsome and L. A> Tool & Die) are also in on the action

OF COURSE - it's up for auction (on eBay - 501 - item #180226646969)

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

rerun season
Le Beau Mec

director:Wallace Potts (1976) precondom

starring: Karl Forest; plus Franc Chazal, Carmelo Petix, Cedric Dumont, Rene, Philippe Renaud

i know, i know, but i've got a boxed copy for sale - so if you haven't already, enjoy the clip

One of my all-time favorites, apparently OUT OF PRINT, never making it to DVD (yet, anyway - who owns the rights!!?)Another clip later in the week (who's in charge of reminding me?), and hopefully, more info from me, who is running late for work, yet again.

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later.

OF COURSE - up for auction (Le Beau Mec - item #180226642749)

Monday, March 24, 2008


Director: Joe Gage (1984)

Starring:Daniel Holt (Michael), Richard West ("Lucky" in Heatstroke, ROKKO here), Leatherman Tom Law (Tom), George Heat (Alex), John Ending (Bill), Rick Rodd (Emory)

I luv this trailer - I urge you to view it even if you're not much for porno (and you are here because.....?). You just know Gage had to have edited this one, it's just so friggin' bleak! The dark shots of times square, and the sound, the SOUND! is just brilliant - hmmmmm, brilliant isn't the right word, but it's just so NOT porno sounds, i f*^kin' luv it!

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later.

OF COURSE - it's up for auction ( on eBay - 501 - item #180226646036 )

Sunday, March 23, 2008

box o porn

sometimes it just comes in the mail, and you can't ignore that life can be good. This late winter blues, anguish about my life and all its tedious little annoyances, and my inability to get over it, was forced into temporary retirement over the past few days. 2 weeks ago, my boss insisted I schedule some long over due vacation time, so in haste I picked this weekend, thursday thru monday, not realizing it costs about 7zillion dollars to leave nyc on easter weekend. alas, a free place to stay and a good buddy to stay with in florida didn't happen. waaaaah! But i'm making the best of it. Wednesday nite, a crazy evening of drinking coffee after 8pm! woo-hoo! thursday, i forced myself out of the house, squoze into some tight tight pants that despite the discomfort made me feel a tad sexy, and drank way too much beer, spent way too much money, stayed out way too late, and crashed in bed with some sort of tupperwared leftovers in my arms by 4 in the morning.

and in a good sign that the vacation days are working, i'm not sure which day this happened, but i got 3 packages in the mail, from a very generous reader, who needed to rid himself of porno. more on that later, except to say, the smallest box was to have reading material in it, but when I opened it, it had two envelopes stuffed with magazine clippings! rats! i thought, what am i gonna do with.... oh, hmmmm, look at him... oh, don't have that pic...oh my, I can scan that one and... well, as you can see from the above two, the clippings were quite good, and fit totally into what I like in terms of porn and this space, so here we go. And just some guy, reading this space, just took some time out of his life to share some stuff he felt was just clutter in his house (no doubt there's more to it than that, but...) and here I am, with some things to post, some things to sell, and some things to stuff onto those overburdened shelves, and i'm forced to take a break from feeling sorry for myself, and just go with the very nice thought that people do very nice things for each other, and me, and ain't that nice?

Friday, March 21, 2008


Thursday, March 20, 2008

45 Caliber Government Issue
I feel asleep the other night with C-Span on... and drifted in and out of sleep to the sounds of oral arguments on that 2nd Amendment case. While I strongly believe in gun control, I must say that my suspicions of government, and because my views generally are strong in limiting government intrusion into people's lives makes me open to hearing discussions about just how far the government can go in "protecting" us from guns, as well as limiting our ownership of them, as well as other things.

So, in and out of sleep, I realized I have this disturbingly sexy scene form a 1980's film, and - gee, I'm selling a copy, so why not tease y'all with the PG-rated first 2-1/2 minutes! I think they make a very erotic couple, and Costello Presley's score is just perfect. Even John Davenport funny faces while slobbering on cutie-pie Chris Gray's face just feels authentic and sexy. See for yourself - then beg me to upload the remaining 7-1/2 minutes of the scene.


Director: William Higgins (1987)

Starring: Mike Henson, Jeff Quinn, John Davenport, John Rocklin, Chris Gray, Kevin Williams, Chad Douglas, Kevin Wiles, Mike Ryan, Rocky Armano, Jeff Boote

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later.

OF COURSE - up for auction ( BIG GUNS - item #180224700480 - auction ends Sunday March 23rd)

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


director: Jim West (1984)

Starring: Eric Stryker (AKA Noel Kemp, Mike Kelly), Nick Rodgers (as the Security Guard), Kevin Hunt, Jose Castiore, Phillip Todd, Joey Roma, Chip DeLorme, and Zed Michaels

Click one of the pics to view the movie trailer (you know that if you view the clip in the browser, you can "right click" and view it FULL SCREEN, right?), or here if you want to download and save for later.

OF COURSE - up for auction ( ARCADE - item #180224740766 )

this 'n' that
let's see:
  • it's GORDON Grant, not gordAn. And the film these shots are from is Brentwood's LIFEGUARD, not Lancer Brooks' (AKA Tom DeSimone's) Hot Truckin', which, by the way, as many of you know, was Mr. Grant's only talkee (ooooooooh Mr Grant!).
  • The tube socks belong to Target model Tony Nero (alas, no known film or video work).
  • the day I posted the tacky "Rent-inspired" North Fork Bank photo, the bank changed hands, and is now CAPITOL ONE.
  • thank you to the gentleman who correctly identified "Mystery Man" as Target's REB (then,a quick search of my Target folder showed two pics labeled target_REB - D'oh!)
  • and yeah, it was kinda unfair to post those three pics of hot hottie Ray Medina and Jack Wrangler without having a link to a video clip - who knows, maybe soon....
  • and of course, the pic to the side has nothing to do with anything, but - isn't the holster a bit big for such a small gun?

Monday, March 17, 2008

Honey, give me a real gentle knife
Rippin Kittin (Turner Mix)

Sunday, March 16, 2008

what's wrong with this (these) picture(s)?

Besides the fact that you're not in it, there are at least 2 things wrong....

Saturday, March 15, 2008


May, 1983, graduated college, drove up from Alabama back home to Chicago with the parents, packed my bags and within a couple of days, moved to NYC. Had a job lined up, an apartment sublet from a college buddy who had graduated the year before. Was very exciting, needless to say, to be here at age 22, late nights at The Bar, Boy Bar. Also, I lived in what turned out to be a very gay building on east 15th street. And I loved hanging out on the front stoop, even with grumpy old man chastising us for blocking his way into the building; but the nonstop views of all sorts of people walking by..... i used to keep notebooks. I'd sit on the stoop, or in a corner of The Bar, or over in the West Village leaning against a building, and write. Often letters to friends, and family; often just to myself. I think the thing that grabs me most when I occasionally have the courage to look back into those notebooks, is despite the excitement of the big new city, and all the interesting people, and foods, and smells, and the rest, was the overwhelming sense of loneliness.

And the good thing about keeping those notebooks, or even simply remembering what's in them, is to realize its just part of life; more importantly, my life. Loneliness just is. You have it when you're alone, and when you are with a bunch of friends, and even when you have a loving and wonderful boyfriend. Sometimes you just want to cry, and be sad, and it just is. But you've been through it before, you'll go through it again, and you know that (so far) you'll always get through it. But sometimes it's deeper, and scarier, and its not just winter blues, or job stress, or arguing constantly with the one you love, but you have this sense that things just ain't right, and you are clueless, and seemingly helpless, to do anything about it. You flip through channels, surf websites and look at naughty stuff as distraction, but... it's procrastination.

Nearing 50, and just now having a "real job" and health insurance (OK, I've had them before, but this blog started during the unemployed years period, continued thru the underemployed period, and well, you get the idea), someone who wants to plan a future together, and yet.... I'm lonely and lazy and lethargic, and aimless, and..... it's not self-pity, this writing it all out - it's been too long where I've tried this space for sorting thru things, so skip on to the dirty pics if you must, this is for me. I have to get to that point, that point where I am not stuck on "what is the point of all this" but the point where "all this" doesn't matter, where I'm not stuck on analyzing, but to a place that sometimes comes back, a place where I am both OK with just running out the door and enjoying the sun shining and a walk in the park, and have also done a bit of planning for the future - not scary retirement fund stuff (although that might be wise to do soon), but something in terms of a trip, something in the near future to look forward to... because lately, and for too long, it's all been about dread. Dreading the next day of work, and all its stoopid silly problems and crisises, and the dread of the next argument with the boyfriend where you worry who is going to say something that just can't be taken back.

perhaps i need to get back to notebook-me; off the computer, and the aches and pains of my body contorting to it, here and at work, and more mobile-me with a notebook, getting out of this apartment, and into the world, and maybe that will help with some movement forward. I've got plenty of neglected friends who I need to get in touch with, and NYC has plenty of places to sit and park, and as much as I think I am in a financial crisis, i'm not, really. income is coming in, rent is paid, and I can work out the debt slowly and surely as I have been, I just need some patience and perspective, which i am not getting, here, at this desk, in this room, this room i spend most of my days in for the past 14ish years.

So, um, that's lovely Ray Medina (AKA R.W. Stone) above. I love the hairy forearms, but I suspected the lovely hard but smooth chest may not be real; a bit of research - well, plugging in one of my favorite movies, Steve Scott's Wanted, the opening scene with AL Parker and jailcellmate Will Seagers are watching poor sweet Ray being forced at gunpoint to give warden Jack Wrangler head. And there he is, on his knees, Jack's schlong out of his fly, hanging in front of his hairy body - yup, there's the proof, hairystud Ray.

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and it's time to get up, turn this off, and get out.

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Sunday, March 09, 2008


I can be thick, lazy, and wallow in self pity. lazy seems to be the biggest flaw I have, but I'm sure there are folks out there who could name many, many other flaws. I never got around to explaining what the pic below is (it's North Fork Bank, corner of 2nd Ave and 10th street, that me and the BF just stood and stared at with jaws dropped down to our knees some 2 years ago when it opened with this faux lower east side themed decor - turns out to actually have been designed by set designers from Broadway's "Rent" - talk about faux lower east side!)

Anyhoo, the point I was trying to make is that back in late November I decided to take a 4-6 week break from auctioning, and it's been 12 to i-dunno-how-many weeks since then, and each Sunday I struggle to motivate myself to put some auctions up - but I've done it - one auction as of this writing! And the pic above is one of many from this amazing issue of HONCHO from 1983 that I just can't bare to part with - I'll show more (maybe - maybe not, remember I'm lazy) in the days to come so you'll get why it's hard to part with. And the model's name - gosh, on the tip of my....

Saturday, March 08, 2008

After talking twice on the phone with the BF, and deciding that since it's cold and wet outside, we'd get together later. We had planned on getting up early and just spending some time outdoors, but I have being cold and wet. But then I just spent the last hour and a half on this site - Jeremiah's Vanishing New York - and think I need to take my camera (courtesy of BF at Xmas) and get outside!

Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Pete Gable, is that you?
A reader sent in the photo on the left, a shot from the Falcon classic Spokes, of Pete Gable. At first I was fairly sure he was wrong, until I put this other pic of "mystery man" beside Pete's - now I'm not so sure. You?

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

mystery man

Have been trying to figure out who this guy is for years. And god knows, I may even have one of his photographs correctly marked somewhere on this harddrive, but I dunno where that would be. Anyway, he's a Target Studios model, and he first came to my attention because the "standing" photo above is used on the box cover for the hard-to-find video "The Devil And Mr. Jones". Alas, he's no where to be seen in the film, as is too often the case with video boxes. As far as I know, he's never made a film.