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How To Give Road Head - A Step By Step Guide by Jack Hutson Posted Sat 08 Jan 2011 9:45am Stuck in traffic or on a long boring road trip with your man?  Well, if you're in the mood nothing beats the boredom of a trip in the car like a little road head.  What's "road head", you ask?  Think about it a moment.  Yes, you've got it...that's road head – giving a blow job while traveling on down the highway of life. The import ... Read on »
How to Give Road Head by Jack Hutson Posted Wed 22 Dec 2010 9:46am If you want to get good at giving road head, you first need to learn how to give head in general – and then move on by figuring out how to make that “road” head the most comfortable and safe for both you and him. I, for example, got road head on more than one occassion, sometimes if was good, sometimes it was boring and sometimes if was ... Read on »
A Bumpy Road, Maybe, But Headed In the Right Direction by wheresthebox Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:53pm I’m over at 5 Minutes for Special Needs today sharing about a talk I attended last night related to the autism insurance bill passed last summer in Pennsylvania. If this topic affects you, you may be interested to know that the PA Dept of Public Welfare has devoted a section of their website to the PA Autism Insurance Act (Act 62). The goal i ... Read on »
Heading Out On The Open Road? Not Without These Road Trip Games by Christine .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Aug 2012 10:55pm For most families, summer is synonymous with road trips in the car.  But, those many hours spent cooped up can lead to boredom—and after a while, even iPads, MP3s, and video games can get dull. Why not use this opportunity to introduce the kids to these classic car games? Not only are they fun for the whole family, they challenge th ... Read on »
Heading out on the phenomenological road by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Feb 2011 7:27am Two weeks ago, I attended a one-day conference in Copenhagen entitled ”The City is the Machine: Sociological and Architectural Perspectives on Spaces of the City, Materiality and Sociality” (orig.: “Byen er maskinen: Sociologiske og arkitektoniske perspektiver på byens rum, materialitet og socialitet”). The panel of speakers comprised two a ... Read on »
Head out on the highway, lookin’ for adventure! by Gavi E. Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 9:01am I may not be born to be wild as the song suggests, but this weekend was definitely filled with some exciting northern California adventures! I know I usually post on Sundays–and I apologize to all of my loyal readers for the delay!–but I will explain later in the post why I couldn’t write yesterday. So instead of a happy Sunday, I wish you al ... Read on »
~~~~I am heading down the "Atlantic" Highway, looking for my love get away~~~~ by Lisa H. Facebook Posted Sat 17 Jul 2010 4:32am Well, I am heading to the Jersey Shore for a week of fun in the sun.  I truly need a stress free vacation. I want to make sure I stay on track with my healthy eating. The wonderful thing about summer is the abundance of fresh fruits and veggies and Jersey is known for their fresh produce, after all that is why it's called "The Garden State" I ... Read on »
A veritable piece of music history heads down the highway by Kenn C. Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 10:23pm The family piano is on its way to southern Ontario from Perth, having been wrapped in quilts with care this morning, under Mom’s watchful eye, and loaded into a moving van.  It is about to find another appreciative home at my sister’s where my young niece and nephew are at a good age to learn to play it. To me, given my way of waxi ... Read on »
Cape May, Rehoboth Beach, & Dogfish Head by Megan Kretz Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:03pm Day 3 started with some early morning coffee on the front porch. Then Nate and I ventured to the nearby gym for an a.m. workout. We procured day passes, shot up some steriods, and travelled back in time to 1985. Seriously people, this gym was hilarious. Posters of Arnold Schwarzanegger covered the walls, 80’s music pumped through t ... Read on »
Road Ride of Recovery by Bix Posted Mon 14 May 2012 3:54pm Rest and Recovery have been the mandate as I recover from the calf injury I suffered on a training run just two weeks ago. I've been feeling well enough to get out to do something but I'm being very cautious not to further aggravate the injury that could sideline me for an extended period. I've been feeling that I could benefit from a road- ... Read on »