model // JUSTICE JOSLIN
director // MARIANO VIVANCO
fashion editor // JULIE RAGOLIA
director of photography // MIGUEL DE LEON
groomer // JOHN RUIDANT
video editor // JUNIETSY DE MARCOS
SISSYDUDE LOVES: CHRISTIAN Episodes 1 – 9 (from NFB series “measuring the human side of the canadian economic crisis” 2009/2010)
Following a stint in the Big Apple, Christian Aldo pursues a successful career as an artist and decorator in his hometown of Windsor. Then the crisis hits.
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Christian is back from New York, but the crisis has clobbered Windsor’s art scene – and he’s getting restless.
His 40th birthday is looming and his hometown is getting him down. Is it time for Christian to move on?
Christian’s got more than one trick in his paint box. Looking for Halloween thrills? Step right up.
WIKIPEDIA: Brideshead Revisited is a 1981 British television serial produced by Granada Television for broadcast by the ITV network. The serial is an adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel Brideshead Revisited (1945). Although John Mortimer was given a credit in the titles, Valerie Grove’s A Voyage Round John Mortimer revealed that Mortimer’s script was never used and that the series was actually written by the producer Derek Granger and others. The bulk of the serial was directed by Charles Sturridge, with a few sequences filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
Broadcast in eleven episodes, the serial premiered on ITV in the UK on 12 October 1981, on CBC Television in Canada on 19 October 1981, and as part of the Great Performances series on PBS in the United States on 18 January 1982.
In 2000, the serial placed tenth on a list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes compiled by the British Film Institute, based on a poll of industry professionals. In 2007, the serial was listed as one of Time magazine’s “100 Best TV Shows of All-Time.” In 2010 it was placed second in The Guardian newspaper’s list of the top 50 TV dramas of all time.
Episode 1: “Et in Arcadia Ego” (Original UK airdate 12 October 1981; 100 minutes) In the spring of 1944, disillusioned Army captain Charles Ryder is moving his company to a new Brigade Headquarters at a secret location he discovers is Brideshead, once home to the Marchmain family and the scene of both pleasant and anguished visits for the younger Charles.
Seeing the house for the first time in many years prompts a recollection of Charles’ first meeting with Lord Sebastian Flyte, the Marchmains’ younger son, at Oxford University in 1922, and the rest of the narrative flashes back to that time forward. At Oxford, two young men quickly bond and, although his cousin warns him to avoid Sebastian and his inner circle of friends, Charles is fascinated by them, particularly flamboyantly foppish Anthony Blanche. Short on funds, Charles finds himself fitfully spending the summer holidays in London with his indifferent and rigid father Edward until an urgent message from Sebastian sends him to Brideshead, where Charles is introduced to a world of wealth and privilege dominated by a powerful devotion to Catholicism.
WATCH ALL THE REST OF THE EPISODES AFTER THE JUMP…
So, I LOVE looking @ fan art. But usually I love the REAL BAD stuff… like my Beauty & The Beast post a few days ago. I decided to look for Thor related stuff (I get Chris Hemsworth boners on occasion). I had NO CLUE that people were into brothers Thor & Loki getting it on. Incest is indeed the best! I found all of these fine images on FUCK YEAH THOR & LOKI. The bad art was just bad… not really warped enough or funny. There were so many AMAZING works though. Sweet, touching, amusing, porny… and just plain pretty. See what you think…
My little Josh is leaving the porn industry! So here is one of his “last” photo shoots (for NEXT DOOR MALE). His hairy ass, his little pink pucker, his pelt… his dinky… Josh has never looked better! Wow!
He has a Raging Stallion production coming out called BEHIND THE BIG TOP. It stars Leo Domenico, Josh Long, James Jamesson, Rogan Richards, Logan Vaughn, Genesis Luna, Jimmy Fanz & Dale Cooper. Sounds like a WINNER.
So I guess my little Josh’s “puppy” performance for Chi Chi LaRue might be his last great “film role”. So, on that note… before you stare all over Missy Long’s business, just click on the You Tube below (as a delightful musical accompaniment) and be whisked off into the sad and amusing headspace of Sissydude boy crushing…
It’s one in the morning and i just can’t sleep. Had a lovely day receiving the first few SISSYDUDE HOTTIE Q&A’s! So great getting such positive feedback from people that I like so much. They really know how to answer a “Tiger Beat” question! Almost hitting the one month mark of being unemployed. I promised myself a month of doing whatever I needed… sleep in… drink too much coffee… Sissydude post galore & watching some “porno gay” to get the juices flowin’. I’ll still be doing all this stuff but I really have to get on with the art and looking for creative work. I like today (errrr yesterday). Must get to sleep now… a photo session here tomorrow… tea party themed! I have to wake up early and get this place in order… and ice the cupcakes! xoxo J
SISSYDUDE LOVES: Clara Ward & The Clara Ward Singers on the FLIP WILSON show (1971) & MORE! (for Grant)
Clara Ward & The Ward Singers sings on The Flip Wilson Show in 1971 with a medley of songs like “Come On In My Room”(Clara), “I Sing Because I’m Happy”(Agnes) & “Dry Bones”(Malvilyn). If you see a hairdo with a white stripe in it it’s Clara’s mother Madame Gertrude Ward ( The Professional Business Woman in Gospel)
Left to Right: Madeline Thompson (Tambourine), Agnes Jackson, Clara Ward, Viola Crowley, Alice Houston and Dr. Malvilyn Statham (Tambourine)
Clara Ward (April 21, 1924 – January 16, 1973) was an American gospel artist who achieved great success, both artistic and commercial, in the 1940s and 1950s as leader of The Famous Ward Singers.
A gifted singer and arranger, Ward took the lead-switching style used by male gospel quartets to new heights, leaving room for spontaneous improvisation and vamping by each member of the group while giving virtuoso singers such as Marion Williams the opportunity to step forward in songs such as “Surely, God Is Able” (among the first million-selling gospel hits), “How I Got Over” (which she wrote; one of the most famous songs in the Black gospel repertoire), and “Packin’ Up”. READ MORE @ WIKIPEDIA
MORE AMAZING performances after the jump!