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I'd seen the above picture before but never knew what it was from, nor that it involved the horse. Does that mean her torture is over or is there more to come? Back in the pre-internet days I bought a paperback titled "Girl Tamers" that was very likely my all time favorite of the hundreds and hundreds of BDSM novels I've read.Years later, I ran across a short story in BDSM Library that was so like one of the chapters in "Girl Tamers" that I contacted the author, 'Pamela' and chided her (or him) for plagiarizing the story I had read (several times) years earlier. The title of this one is "The Mechanics of Love." Gosh, I do love the pear.With President Obama renewing his push for gun control in the wake of the Navy Yard shooting last week, and Americans ardently opposing any legislative action that would further restrict the ownership of firearms, it looks as if anti-gun politicians are now calling in favors with their connections in big business.If you can’t outlaw the guns, then strike directly at the companies who manufacture them and sell them by cutting off their cash flow.
Unfortunately, neither of us still had a hard copy of the story. It was a reported who was interrogated into revealing who gave her the info, and she was fixed over a metal frame, a spiky metal thing covered with irritant was shoved up her pisshole and then a soldering iron was used on her breasts, later she was gagged with a dirty rag so she couldn't even confess and the soldering iron was prepared for use on her spread open vagina. I've been trying to find it for some time, or try to remember who the author was.Here is my poser of Amy on the rack in Justine with a hopeful suggestion of a bush fire torture scene idea.Or maybe other Gimp lady perhaps on the wheel bush set on fire torture scene. This time big business is getting into the mix and they’re aiming for gun stores right at the source of their revenues – their transaction processing facilities.Net Acceptable Use Guidelines and Sections 3.3 and 11.3 of the Authorize. These sections include, but are not limited to, the sale of firearms or any similar product.
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