Those Sex Dolls

I have been writing this blog daily since 2006 my most popular posts have been ones about sex….the post that has the most hits of all times is the one I wrote entitled “Watermelon Makes You Horny” (I just wish some of my more serious posts were that popular)….and since it is the weekend and I must post something that has nothing to do with a trial or a “tell all” book or some sand box pissing contest….I will go to an old reliable…..SEX!

It seems that there may be a problem brewing for Japan when it comes to sex………

As Japanese birth rates plummet amid a generational fertility crisis, experts have fingered an explosion in sex dolls as an emerging threat to the country’s already-dire population problem – with some even saying they will lead to the “extinction” of the Japanese race.

According to the RT documentary “Substitutes,” industry insiders say that around 2,000 life-like sex dolls – with adjustable fingers, removable head and customizable genitals are sold annually in Japan. Assuming costs come down and the Japanese workforce continues to put in 14-hour days, there could be tens of thousands of sex dolls floating around the island nation within a decade. Maybe don’t look in random closets when visiting friends in Japan.

Will this post become as popular as “Watermelon Makes You Horny”?

My day will be limited by strong Summer afternoon thunder showers…..but at least the weather will cool down a bit after the rain….it may go from 100 to 95……

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday and thank you for your visits this past week and I hope to see everyone in the coming week……

Peace Out my friends!

Sunday, 19Aug18

My area of the state is full of history….mostly French……first settled in 1699….but there is always some history that we try to ignore but it just will not go away……

In 1973 a local man (my local not yours) named Parker told the world that he had been abducted by aliens….he made all the news and even some talk shows….he was held up to ridicule….was he abducted…he believes he was….but beyond that who knows?

We could get the rest of the story now…..Parker has written a book about his experience…..

Calvin Parker was looking for fish. He says he instead found aliens—or, rather, aliens found him. The date was Oct. 11, 1973, but Parker has hardly mentioned it in the 45 years since he and 42-year-old Charles Hickson saw a blinding light over Mississippi’s Pascagoula River. Hickson, who has since died, convinced Parker to go to the authorities, and their account soon spread around the world. But “I never talked about it,” Parker tells the Mississippi Clarion Ledger. Now 64 and in poor health, he’s written a book he hopes will change the minds of “narrow minded” people who “think that we’re the only planet in the solar system that has life on it,” per WLOX. It describes three humanoids with crablike claws floating the men onto a football-shaped craft where they underwent physical examinations.

“I think they injected us with something to calm us down,” Parker tells the Clarion Ledger. “I was kind of numb and went along with the program.” Once returned to the riverbank, however, Parker became terrified. “He was scared to death and literally begging Charles not to talk to us,” now-retired Jackson County Deputy Glenn Ryder tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, adding the men passed polygraph tests and were secretly recorded discussing the encounter. “I’ve never seen nothin’ like that before in my life,” Parker says on the tape, per LADbible. “[People] better wake up and start believin’.” Almost a half-century later, Parker wonders about the alleged aliens, including “where they came from … and why they had to get me,” per the Clarion Ledger. He adds, per WLOX: “I had rather not have it happened.”

My question is….why did this take 40 years to come about?  Could it be the interests that this sort of thing generates thanks to the popularity of the “Ancient Aliens” meme?  He will be a featured speaker at the next AlienCon…..

As long as I am on the subject of ET………

The German government says it has made no preparations for the possibility that aliens might land in the European country, the AP reports. In a response to questions from opposition Green Party lawmaker Dieter Janecek, the government says “there are no protocols or plans for a possible first contact with alien life.” Justifying that stance, the government added it believes “a first contact on German territory is extremely unlikely, based on today’s scientific knowledge.” Deutsche Welle quotes the government as adding, “Concrete cases that could have been the subject of bilateral or multilateral talks with other states are not known.”

That said, more than half of Germans polled in a recent survey say they believe extra-terrestrials are real, per Deutsche Welle. “The reason for believing is a mix of hope and fear,” says a senior consultant with YouGov, which conducted the survey of 1,171 people. “It’s hard for humans to imagine that we are this special and singular in a universe whose end we don’t even know, but it’s also not easy to picture sharing the special status of intelligent life. So I expected an outcome of around fifty-fifty.”

That is my Sunday and the heat is here to stay, at least for a couple more months….

Have a day my friends… well, be safe……chuq