she always tried to think of new ways to serve Him
He pushed her down on the couch and ripped her panties down her legs. He couldn’t wait any longer.
She was surprised when he held her down and told her in explicit detail what he wanted to do to her. She was even more surprised when he pushed her cheeks apart and dove in. His hot breath against her naughties hole stole her breath away. His tongue rimming her made her shiver and moan.
When his firm hand came down on her ass, spanking her and grabbing a handful she cried out and begged for more. He smiled and continued. There was little that turned him on as much as hearing her beg him for the things she blushed to admit in the light of day.
We’ve recently learned that the US federal government has (a) secretly tapped the Associated Press’s phone records, and (b) used the nation’s tax authorities to target opposition political groups. This is the same sort of thing one would expect from Belarus or Azerbaijan. But these sad events are, unfortunately, no longer surprising in the Land of the Free. Nor are they isolated.
One appalling example is the case of Richard Hatch, who I spoke to a few days ago. You may remember that Richard won the first season of the TV series Survivor back in 2000/2001… and the million dollar prize that went along with it. Tax-wise, it was a complex matter; the production took place off the coast of Borneo, so the prize money was technically Malaysian-sourced income. Plus a number of other issues. But Hatch and his tax team filed returns. They claimed the prize money. They paid tax on it. They event sought additional guidance from the IRS. Never once did the IRS issue a ‘notice of deficiency’, essentially a routine letter they send when they think you owe them money. And yet, Hatch was ultimately charged with a crime– ‘attempted’ tax evasion.
Now, it’s absurd that tax evasion is even a criminal matter in the Land of the Free. It’s even more absurd that ‘attempted’ tax evasion is a crime. But it defies all reality that an individual, who was fully up to date on his filings and being advised by licensed tax professionals, was personally tried and convicted of such a ridiculous charge, having never once been notified by the government that he owed a single penny.— Simon Black (via the-altar)
What’s more Nixonian than using the IRS to intimidate political opponents, and intimidating the press with the justice department? How about twice ordering nearby Marines to stand down when they were ready to assist their brothers under attack by in an American Embassy in Libya because it might have disrupted the election year illusion that the President’s Middle East policy was working.
If she had any regrets she kept them to herself. He admired her even more for that…
like over My shoulders