“Okay, what is it tonight?
Please just tell me what the hell is wrong?
Do you want to eat? Do you want to sleep?
Do you want to drown?
Just settle down, settle down, settle down
I’ll give you candy, give you diamonds
Give you pills, give you anything you want
Hundred dollar bills
I’ll even let you watch the shows you want to see
Just marry me, marry me, marry me”
So not only are we in love with the single; Anything Anything, by Dramarama, but we are obsessed with this one when it comes to Karaoke! Us boys at The Eye of Faith have become addicted to singing our guts out every weekend. We suggest it to all, it’s a great stress reliever.
This band originates from L.A. and formed in 1982. Playing into the whims of New-Wave, with an alternative edge. We suggest looking into and discovering this group if you want to rock out.
Until next time,
It has come to our attention that renowned physicist and household name Stephen Hawkins has been making the rounds in the L.A. sex club scene! According to RadarOnline, this has been happening for some time!
Stephen Hawking is somewhat of a regular at a Devore, California sex club. According to their source who has been a member of Freedom Acres swingers club for nearly half a decade, Hawking, 70, shows up to the club with a bevy of nurses and assistants and has naked woman grind on him. 😐
“I have seen Stephen Hawking at the club more than a handful of times,” the source revealed.
“He arrives with an entourage of nurses and assistants. Last time I saw him he was in the back ‘play area’ laying on a bed fully clothed with two naked women gyrating all over him.”
Perhaps complete rubbish, or maybe T.M.I. We just had to share.
Don’t panic, this is just a transition. It’s just been announced this week Playboys Chicago headquarters will be closing their doors, and editorial, art and photo departments will be moving to California to continue publishing the magazine. But no word on the fate of other departments which will still run from the Chicago location.
“Some of the magazine’s Chicago employees have been asked to relocate, while others have been asked to stay on in Chicago to ensure a seamless transition,” Playboy spokeswoman Theresa Hennessey said in a statement.
Hefner acknowledged the upcoming changes himself in an October 2012 interview: “I think we’re probably going to be doing that out of economic concerns, yes,” Hefner said. “We will be probably consolidating on the West Coast.”
The magazine was established from a Chicago apartment in 1953, but it wasn’t until 1975 that Hefner relocated to L.A. and founded the Playboy Mansion we know and love.
Today we pay homage to the fine art department that endured for so many years with some of our favourite Playboy covers.
Do you think Playboy still has a bright future in sunny California?