Alex Toys

21 Feb 19
National Post

Chris Knight: The Oscars may be a snapshot of the industry, but they’re usually blurry and often half obscured by someone’s big fat thumb

21 Feb 19
Astral Projection Secrets

non-dream dream semi-lucid lucid false awakening At my room, feeling horny, somehow I start having sex with a giant plush rabbit toy. The notice I have the window curtains pulled open and lights on and some neighbors could be watching, so I stop and close the curtains embarrassed. Later some cops knock on my door […]

21 Feb 19
Graphic Policy

Announced at Toy Fair with the reveal of the Ecto-1 Ectotron, IDW Publishing has officially announced Transformers/Ghostbusters and released a first look. Written and illustrated by the long-time Ghostbusters creative team of Erik Burnham, Dan Schoening, and Luis Antonio Delgado, Transformers / Ghostbusters will span five issues, with the first issue’s variant covers featuring the artistic talents of Dan Schoening, Paulina Ganucheau, Nick Roche, […]

21 Feb 19
Andre Eger

Some sex positions could lead to injuries like penile fracture, experts told INSIDER. Shower sex needs to do done with caution. We talked to experts about which sex moves are the riskiest, and how to avoid injuries during sex. As with any physical activity that involves a number of moving parts and a decent amount […]

21 Feb 19
Alex Grabiec’s site

This is the Beatles Cartoon or simply know as The Beatles. This show ran between 1965-1967. This was common in the 1960’s-1970’s years of animation by taking an establish band or product and turning it into a cartoon. Different in Todays world were the toys are made first than the cartoon. This show takes place […]

21 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

Spinning out of the mind-blowing reveal that a Transformers-Ghostbusters™ Collaborative figure, the ECTO-1 ECTOTRON, will be available, IDW Publishing proudly announces that the beloved franchises will unite for an offbeat, out-of-this-world adventure in Transformers / Ghostbusters, a comic book miniseries debuting in June. In the first chapter of the “Ghost of Cybertron” storyline, the Autobots […]

21 Feb 19
Thinking Horizontally

Insinuations of spring seem to be murmuring early this year; the quiet promise of warmth spreads like a welcome contagion. It teases at brighter shores, beyond winter’s apathy. With a heady dose of pre-vernal optimism, and the luxury of time on our hands, my friend George and I decided to greet spring (or this approximate […]

21 Feb 19
Smilebug

Before they knew it winter was upon them. They were both kept busy with Cara and Claude. Byron had become a Blister , it felt like over night, shortly after he did a period piece called “Tea and Decorum”. The ladies loved him. Being the family man he was Kirsten and Cara went with him […]

21 Feb 19
In Touch Weekly
Catching some rays! Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice headed down to Miami for a romantic getaway with a much younger man over Valentine’s Day weekend, as In Touch previously reported. Teresa, 46, and her rumored new flame, Blake Schreck, kept busy during their vacation: they were spotted holding hands at a cocktail party, going on romantic strolls together and partying it up at rooftop bars. But they decided to relax with a beach day on Monday, February 18, and In Touch exclusively obtained photos of them looking super cozy as they soaked up the sun. Scroll through the gallery to see pics of Teresa and Blake on the beach! For more on this exclusive story, and to see additional exclusive photos of Teresa and Blake packing on the PDA, pick up the latest issue of In Touch Weekly, on newsstands now! 
21 Feb 19
THE INTOWN REPORT

INTOWN REPORT for 2/21/19 – 2/27/19 THURSDAY, 2/21 Alex’s – Drywallero, + Calisamba Amoeba – Gary Clark Jr. Bootleg – Jesse Woods, Kacey Johansing, + Bill Baird Cafe Nela – Sonic Utopia, The Tommy Chiffon Three, + Kat Lively Cinema Bar – Cooper Walker Echo – Frankie, Sazzie, + Cappa Echoplex – Blueface El Rey […]

21 Feb 19
Nikki Miller-Rose

The jingle-jangle clink-clank-crush of exhausted Schmidt cans in an otherwise empty cardboard box, a pair of deer carcasses hanging from the rafters, the scriiiiiiiitch of skin peeled back from flesh; sounds and sights situating themselves among my earliest sensory memories. Death. Slow death, fast death, sustenance, nourishment. Heads and antlers propped in another cardboard box, tongues lolling out – pink, rough, scratchy, fresh – fresh flesh the smell of a fistful of pennies in your tiny little hand. I’d sit on the stoop in the garage, swinging my legs from the landing, listening to the men gossip late into the night.

21 Feb 19
James Hall et al

Jack: I’m in a tropical fish tank. And all eyes are looking in. We beg constantly for food and the monotonous hum in the background has blended in into silence. The fools coral on the bed mounted by SpongeBob and Poseidon isn’t the stain in this image. It’s me. I’m the goldfish won at a […]