Friday, July 24, 2015

Men Who Enjoy BBQs...

Saturday night yowls, Summer-sensational Big Cat Lovelies... the heat and humidity returned to the tame prairie... oh yay, snark ... looks like the neighbor is finally haying the fields... there's been so much rain, it couldn't be done earlier... no, this Big Cat still doesn't have the time or energy to do a lot of blogging ... it probably doesn't really matter a whole lot... still, the Kougaress likes to inform others about what the presstitute plasticized media DOES NOT/REFUSES to report on her Kougar Kisses blog.

Have a wonderful weekend, darling kittens.
And remember this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar is hoping to get some good writing done later today on her latest WIP, Waiting For a Filly Girl.  Plus, her muse is gathering info about the next erotic romance menage this Big Cat author hopes to pen.

Meanwhile, hopefully she can remember to sign up for the linky blog hop MY SEXY SATURDAY at and will be posting at TITLE MAGIC ~
Men Who Enjoy BBQs... the Kougar will have to include a BBQ scene in one of her flash scenes and/or erotic romances.
Meanwhile, there's all this CRAZY-CRAZY feminism being touted as trendy-cool... after all, who doesn't want blue or green armpit hair??? ... well, it's a NO-GO for the Kougar, who fought vigorously for her rights as a woman equal to men back in the day... so, anyway, all the clap trap around the new feminism is really just beyond idjit-stupid, to put it simply and bluntly... sorry if this is offensive to anyone, but this Big Cat is NOT politically correct... does NOT claim to ever be politically correct.. she reserves the right to be herself despite being threatened with Soviet-style reeducation camp.
Hence, the Kougaress would be happy to have a man BBQ or Grill, or Smoke dinner for her... VERY HAPPY!!!

HEADLINE-SNIPPET: Male Feminist: Men Who Enjoy BBQs Are Oppressing Women
Paul Joseph Watson - BBQs reinforce gender roles and “the stain of unintentional masculine cliché.” Slate writer and male feminist Jacob Brogan thinks that men should feel guilty for enjoying the inherently misogynistic past time of grilling food on a BBQ. Again I have to remind you – this is not an article out of the Onion, this is not a parody. This is yet another illustration of the ‘everything is sexist/racist’ mental illness that has infected public discourse thanks to social justice warriors. In an article subtitled, “I’m a feminist. I’m a dude. And I hate that I love to grill,” Brogan writes how he’s, “Uncomfortable with the pleasure I take in something so conventionally masculine. “At such moments, I get the sense that I’ve fallen into a societal trap, one that reaffirms gender roles I’ve spent years trying to undo. The whole business feels retrograde, a relic of some earlier, less inclusive era.”



UFOs: Meeting the Air Ministry
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Back in the 1950s, David Wightman and John Pitt were invited to visit the offices of the UK-based Air Ministry to discuss the UFO controversy. — Mysterious Universe


Utah’s 'Grand Staircase' Leads Back in Time to Dinosaur Shangri-La
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
The craggy Kaiparowits Plateau, part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, was once a steamy forest and home to odd beasts. — NY Times


101 Pics That Prove Nephilim Giants Existed – Hidden History – 5. Buffalo Bill ...Cody Wrote About Giants In His Autobiography
    In the autobiography of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, Cody writes that while camping on the South Platte, a Pawnee Indian came into the camp with what the army surgeon pronounced to be a giant thigh bone of a human being. When Cody asked about where such a bone might have come from, the Indian replied that long ago a race of giants had lived in the area. This race of men had been three times larger than normal men and able to out-run a buffalo and even carry it in one hand.


10 Remarkable Advanced Ancient Technologies Ahead Of Their Times
21 July, 2015
In this top list we take a closer look at striking examples of advanced ancient technologies that were far ahead of their times. Some of these sophisticated ancient inventions were later re-invented by our modern society, but not all. There is no doubt our ancestors possessed highly advanced knowledge in a number of areas.


Biblical Text from 500 A.D. Deciphered from Charred Scroll
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Virtual unwrapping software has revealed verses from the Book of Leviticus in a charred parchment scroll. — Discovery News

Weird Horse-Cows and 6-Legged Sheep Found in Iron Age Burials
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
The unusual remains belong to an ancient people who lived in southern England from about 400 B.C. until just before the Roman invasion, in A.D. 43. — LiveScience


Mysterious ancient star chart shows foreign skies
A star chart carved into the ceiling of an ancient tomb in Japan is believed to be the world's oldest, and may show the sky as it was seen from China.
by Michelle Starr @riding_red July 19, 2015 10:49 PM PDT
The Kitora Tomb, located near the village of Asuka in Japan's Nara Prefecture, is known for gorgeous, colourful paintings at the four cardinal points of the compass. A black tortoise guards the north of the ancient tumulus, which has been standing since the seventh or eighth century. A red phoenix stands at the south, a white tiger at the west and a blue dragon at the east.
The ceiling of the tomb is decorated differently, with a map of the night sky, charting 68 constellations, with the stars picked out in gold leaf. Three concentric circles are drawn with vermilion, showing the movement of celestial objects, one of which is the sun.


Amid epic drought, California farmers turn to water witches
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Rejected by scientists, dowsing is an ancient tradition that’s dying hard in the Central Valley’s parched fields. — Yahoo! News


Room with a Boo
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
For nearly a century, starting in the early nineteen-hundreds, Caledonian Hospital served the area south and east of Prospect Park, in Brooklyn. — The New Yorker


Peru to make 'first contact' with isolated Amazon tribe
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Anthropologists to approach Mashco Piro Indians for the first time following bow-and-arrow attack. — The Telegraph


Iridescent Pools Discovered in Undersea Volcano's Crater
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Deep in the Aegean Sea, shimmering pools of white water meander through the caldera of the Santorini volcano. — LiveScience


A DNA Search for the First Americans Links Amazon Groups to Indigenous Australians
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The new genetic analysis takes aim at the theory that just one founding group settled the Americas. —


Travel back in time to a paradise lost under the North Sea
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The North Sea was once a fertile plain occupied by hunter-gatherers – until a mega-tsunami wiped it off the map 8500 years ago. — New Scientist


Into the deep
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Just when you crave one more sensual hit, the void of the float tank stops time, strips ego and unleashes the mind. — Aeon Magazine


The Amazing Miracle of Philadelphia
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
A boy in the early 1980s stood at death’s door, but emerged unscathed, perhaps aided by mysterious powers. — Mysterious Universe


 Giant Squid alert: beast from deep freaks out Russian sailors (VIDEO)
RT | Footage of an impressive giant squid filmed by Russian sailors has emerged online, with the animal attempting to steal the fishermen’s catch.

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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