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Curvy Women
Long time no see…It has been a while and I am so sorry but I have been catching up on my reading and ill with a bad cold that lasted 2 full weeks that kicked my behind. Anyway, I found this article on the internet today and found it very interesting.  I wanted to run it past you and see what you thought about it.  It seems that the ad men have not seen it that is for sure because we still have the waifs modeling clothes.  My hubby and I have started to notice that some television programming have gotten the memo and one that stands out is The Hallmark Channel Movies for sure.  We are so pleased to see that the use women and young ladies with meat on their bones.  Real average size women.  Bravo Hallmark Channel!!!Let us here from you on the matter of this article…

Curvy WomenThe Real Reason Why You Can't Resist Her CurvesWendy Walsh from “Ask Men: Become a better man”
“Curvy women hit men's brains like a drug.”
“It’s no secret that dudes prefer curvy women. Seen in pai…

Coming Friday @ 7pm pst. Scott McEwen Co-Author of American Sniper

Welcoming Scott McEwenFriday @ 7:00 p.m. PST

Scott McEwen is the coauthor of Chris Kyle’s #1 New York Timesbestseller, American Sniper. He is a trial attorney in San Diego, California, and has taught at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. McEwen works with and provides support for several military charitable organizations, including the SEAL Team Foundation. Thomas Koloniar is the author of the post-apocalyptic novel Cannibal Reign. A former police officer from Akron, Ohio, he currently lives in Mexico.
Look What’s Coming:The Movie
Coming in December!

Evil in the Crosshairs Late March 2003. In the area of Nasiriya, Iraq I looked through the scope of the sniper rifle, scanning down the road of the tiny Iraqi town. Fifty yards away, a woman opened the door of a small house and stepped outside with her child. The rest of the street was deserted. The local Iraqis had gone inside, most of them scared. A few curious souls peeked out from behind curtains, waiting. They could hear the r…