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25 Things About Me
Posted:Jan 14, 2015 4:17 pm
Last Updated:Jun 16, 2019 2:50 pm

1. I am originally from SoCal. Moved to northern AZ in 1993.
2. I went to the same Jr. High and High Schools as Jan and Dean, and the same Jr. High as Marilyn Monroe.
3. I am an animal lover and hate people who abuse them.
4. My favorite sport to watch is NFL Football. JUST WIN BABY!
5. My father taught me to play poker when I was about 11.
6. The cat that allowed me to take him in is named Dude. I miss him very much.
7. I was in a commercial once, and in the title shots of a couple movies.
8. My favorite color is yellow - blue is a close second.
9. My hair is somewhat more grey than in my main profile pic and I am actually older.
10. I love most Asian (Thai, Japanese, Indian) foods.
11. I love giving and receiving oral sex. It feels most intimate and when done well is very erotic.
12. I am a pretty good pool player.
13. I am a meat eater. I’ve been told that makes me a dinosaur, a T-rex.
14. I hate cheese amp; , but love pizza. Pizza Hut Meat Lovers, yum. I don’t like bananas either.
15. I gave up on having a cell phone in 2001. I’m been told that also makes me a dinosaur (a no Tech-Rex). But I had to get another in 2016.
16. When I raced in the SCCA I won a couple regional and divisional championships and was invited to the National Championship Runoffs 3 years in a row.
17. I dislike politics, politicians and liars. Oopps, the last two are the same.
18. I am a very good kisser. You are welcome to try and disprove this.
19. I love white water rafting. Paddle or Die! !
20. I am annoyingly good at naming that tune.
21. Regrets I’ve had a few but then again too few to mention.
22. I don’t do coffee (caffeine). So I’m a decaf dinosaur.
23. This one is none of your business, sorry.
24. I do not know how to tie a tie. Does this disqualify me from bondage?
25. That is all I am willing to mention on the inter/web/nets.
NFL Game Picks – Week 2
Posted:Sep 15, 2019 7:27 am
Last Updated:Sep 15, 2019 6:17 pm

Last Week I was 10 of 14

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers: Panthers at home

San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals: Bengals in the jungle
Los Angeles Chargers at Detroit Lions: Chargers
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers: Packers on the tundra
Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans: Titans at home
New England patsies at Miami Dolphins: patsies
Buffalo Bills at New York Giants: Bills
Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers: Steelers at home
Dallas cowturds at Washington: cowturds
Arizona Cardinals at Baltimore Ravens: Ravens at home

Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans: Texans at home
Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders: Chiefs
Chicago Bears at Denver Broncos: da Bearz
New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams: Rams at home

Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons: Eagles

Cleveland Browns at New York Jets: Browns Jets #1 QB is grounded.

Thursday NFL Game Pick – Week 2
Posted:Sep 12, 2019 8:38 am
Last Updated:Sep 12, 2019 7:42 pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers: Panthers at home
NFL Game Picks – Week 1
Posted:Sep 8, 2019 7:48 am
Last Updated:Sep 10, 2019 9:21 am

Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers – Oooppps missed this one

Kansas City Chiefs at Jacksonville Jaguars: Chiefs
Atlanta Falcons at Minnesoooda Vikings: Falcons
Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns: Browns in the pound
Buffalo Bills at N Y Jets: J E T S at home
Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins: Ravens no beard magic this week
Washington at Philadelphia Eagles: Eagles at home
L A Rams at Carolina Panthers: Rams

Indianapolis Colts at L A Chargers: Chargers at home
Cincinnati Bengals at Seattle Seahawks: Seahawks at home
N Y Giants at Dallas cowturds: cowturds at dome
San Francisco 49ers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 49ers
Detroit Lions at Arizona Cardinals: Cardinals only because they are at home

Pittsburgh Steelers at New England patsies: Steelers

Houston Texans at N’Awleans Saints: Saints at dome
Oakland RAIDERS at Denver donkeys: RAIDERS BABY especially now the Mr. Brown is finally gone.

These 2 Things Are What A Con Needs To Steal Your Identity
Posted:Sep 1, 2019 9:21 am
Last Updated:Sep 7, 2019 9:36 am

Some good info from an article I read online. The date of birth info is a “thing” here and this is why mine is not given here.

Frank Abagnale, a former con artist famously portrayed Leonardo DiCaprio in the film Catch If You Can, is out with a new book aptly entitled “Scam If You Can: Simple Strategies to Outsmart Today’s Rip-off Artists.” In it, he highlights the tricks today’s scammers and con artists are using to commit .

“If you’re on Facebook, here’s the only things you have to remember — never tell anybody where you were born or your date of birth,” Frank Abagnale told Yahoo Finance. “'s 98% of stealing your identity. I only need to know those two pieces of information.”

In the book, Abagnale outlines five rules of how to protect yourself from today’s scammers:
1. Protect your identity. Tip: Put your guard up as soon as someone says you need to share your personal or information with them right now — stop and verify the person you’re dealing with.

2. Secure your finances. Tip: Do not trust someone who tells you they always beat the market or can guarantee a certain level of returns. An honest and qualified planner cannot guarantee investment results.

3. Preserve your digital presence. Tip: Do not keep all your personal information in the cloud or on one laptop. Keep printouts of important documents in a lockbox or upload files to an external hard drive.

4. Safeguard your home and hearth. Tip: If you do not recognize the calling you, do not pick it up. If you do pick up the call be sure to remain tight lipped as the con caller may be recording the call, and saying nothing usually results in the caller hanging up.

5. Shelter your heart. Tip: Verify the person you are speaking with on a dating app is real. Search online to confirm claims of location, employment, and photos.

One surprising thing Abagnale notes in his book is the uselessness of passwords. He says passwords were originally created to secure individual time spent on computers used multiple people, not to protect personal information or security needs.

“Passwords are for tree-houses ... If you look at ransomware breaches, malware, [breaches] all come from passwords. So I’ve been a big advocator of eliminating passwords” Abagnale said. “I think you’re starting to see more and more companies, retailers, merchants, eliminating the need for passwords. So in the next two or three years, I don’t think we’ll be using passwords”.

Abagnale said scamming and are “4,000 times easier than when I did it 50 years ago because I didn’t have all the technology exists today, the forms of communication exist today.”

Thoughts on August -50
Posted:Aug 28, 2019 6:48 pm
Last Updated:Aug 29, 2019 3:56 pm

This is sort of a follow-up on Once Upon a Time in Hollywood post. Still haven’t seen “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” but it is on -do list – perhaps when I next connect with some woman here. Anyway . . .

On another site I’m on (the garage/tools site I’ve mentioned a few times) there was a non-tools discussion about August 1969 and Woodstock – the music fest not the lil yellow bird. is what I posted there, with a updates, I figured since I wrote it I would post it here too.

In August ‘69 I was and a month from becoming . I lived on the west side of Los Angeles. Myself and a neighborhood went a month long camp (mid-July mid- August) on Catalina Island. We were “long hairs” and guess is the “fossils” needed a vacation from us . We had not heard about Woodstock at this point.

We were in the older of there and were mischievous at best. thing we did was rekindle an old beach campfire story, told over a few nights to the younger , about a seaweed monster that came out at night from “Bird Rock” which was just off the beach. It supposedly sucked the brains out of and goats. There was a goat skull with a hole through the top to support this BS story. The next night a guys were gonna cover themselves in seaweed, on the other’s shoulders, and appear walk of the water as the story continued. But the next day we were told in no uncertain terms that the story was done.

I/we later found the Tate–LaBianca murders had happened on August 8–9. It was not far from where some of our mates and friends lived up Benedict Canyon. It was just about the thing on the news, even more than Vietnam. All of L.A. was pretty scared and parents had evidently talked the counselors and make sure all was OK.

No word about Woodstock (August –) sometime later. That is the music of early life so I would have loved have been there.
Finding A Hook Up And A Match
Posted:Aug 17, 2019 8:26 am
Last Updated:Aug 29, 2019 4:00 pm

WARNING: This is NOT safe sex. But it my explain an number of things that happen on sex sites.

WOODBURY, N.J. – A New Jersey woman is accused of torching a man's house after he invited her over for late-night sex, then fell asleep and did not hear her at his door.

Taija Russell, 29, was arrested Tuesday in connection with a fire that destroyed a home earlier this month, said Woodbury police. Police accuse Russell of sending a series of angry texts to the slumbering resident, then buying lighter fluid, matches and a lighter at a nearby gas station around 4 a.m. on Aug. 4. She's accused of setting a fire outside the sole doorway to the man's home, then fleeing as the flames spread, according to a probable cause statement for her arrest.

The victim, whose name has not been released, awoke around 4:30 a.m. to find flames blocking the exit from his smoke-filled residence. He escaped by physically removing a window frame and climbing through the opening, police said. The man, described as "covered head to toe in soot and ash" and wearing only a T-shirt, then ran around two-tenths of a mile to Woodbury's police station. He "frantically" announced that his residence was burning, then ran back to his home, says the probable cause statement. The victim was taken to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation and first- and second-degree burns, according to police.

Firefighters from Woodbury and surrounding towns responded to the blaze, saving the man's dog. "The residence and its contents were completely destroyed," says the probable cause statement, which notes the fire was determined to be arson.

Police then learned of texts sent by Russell to the victim, which included "I see you wanna die" and "You wasted my money to come out here." The victim's phone also showed eight missed calls, according to the probable cause statement.

The man told police he'd invited Russell to his home "and stated that she was a 'side chick' whom he had been having a sexual relationship with," it adds.

Video surveillance showed the woman outside the man's house "just prior to the fire" and making a purchase at a Conoco station on Mantua Pike, police said.

Russell is being held on charges of attempted murder, aggravated arson, endangering and criminal mischief.

The incident marked the second time this year a woman was accused of setting fire to a man's home in Woodbury. A city woman, 33-year-old Tasia Young, was charged with aggravated arson and other crimes in April.

According to police, Young confessed she engaged in a threesome at her boyfriend's duplex, then became angry when he sent her home and the other woman stayed.

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood
Posted:Jul 29, 2019 6:32 pm
Last Updated:Aug 28, 2019 6:47 pm

I’m curious as whether anyone here has seen “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” and what they thought of it.

One reason I’m curious is I “grew up” in and around there. Once Upon a Time… I was born in Hollywood at a hospital, a bright blue building, which is now semi-infamous as being owned by a “religious” cult. When I was older, in the 70s and 80s, I worked in and around the movie business. I had a jobs that were part of the movie industry. Also, when I was between jobs I would work with a friend did credits work (as a gopher) and/or as an extra (relatively easy and food). I am in the credits of a Dolph Lundgren movie (The Punisher). I am disguised (a hood covers my – I’m not pretty enough for Hollywood) as a thief and I die within the first minute of the movie as the credits begin. I’m also in the crowds in “Electric Horseman” and “The Fan”. Anyhow . . .

The other reason I’m curious is I’m not a fan of Quentin Tarantino. The movies I’ve seen of his are a bit too bloody for my tastes. However, if this isn’t bloody I may check it .

A Kidnapping And An Imposter
Posted:Jun 30, 2019 5:55 pm
Last Updated:Jul 11, 2019 7:19 am

Yes you it read right. There has been *pause effect* . . .
A Kidnapping And An Imposter *emoji effect*

Most every Sunday a citizen of this Blog-o-sphere gives us a Musical Quiz consisting of ten (1.0) questions based on his vast knowledge of ROCK and ROLL music. citizen4722 He then forces us to wait a week to find out if our paltry answers are correct. But *pause for effect* . . .

This week we have been duped by a suspicious duplicate of citizen *dun, dun dun* ( a suspenseful and musical interlude). This week we were quizzed on Classical Music. Not "classic rock" like Led Zeppelin, or the Eagles but *pause for effect* . . . Chopin, Brahms, Sir Edward Elgar (no relation to Edgar Winter) and other long haired musicians. Clearly NOT a quiz Citizen would post up. *emoji for effect*

Obviously Citizen has been kidnapped and a dastardly imposter has taken his place. *dun, dun dun* but *pause for effect* . . . As yet no ransom blog has been posted, but *pause for effect* . . . stay tuned *rim shot* for effect . . .

Desperately Seeking . . . Part 2 :(
Posted:Jun 5, 2019 9:30 am
Last Updated:Jun 7, 2019 7:37 am

Didn’t think there would be a Part 2 so soon did ya? Well it seems like my surprise of finding potential race cars on FB was a bit premature. Not because there aren’t any there, there are, but because FB is worse than this place when it comes to faulty operations. I’ll explain . . .

This AM I was perusing one of the FB groups and came across a car seemed like a potential candidate. I went to message the owner and up pops a message says there has been “suspicious activity” on my account. There are only 2 things I’ve been doing on FB recently; logging on, logging on is only suspicious because I rarely use FB because IMO it is a sewer.

The second “suspicious activity” would be I was on a portion of the site I had not been on before and/or I was messaging people regarding their items for sale. I guess my inner-(Vivid Hookups/terr0rist/etc) needs a race car.

So, evidently, using FB is a “suspicious activity”. This is supported by the fact FB’s only real purpose is to obtain data on people and knowingly sell it to others who will use data in illegal ways . I give them as little data as possible.

So now my FB account is inaccessible since they are NOT going to get my phone number. Anyone have a work around so I can get back on and find a race car?

EDIT: I can see the cars since the group is "Public" but I can't contact the people.
A New Wrinkle
Posted:Jun 4, 2019 9:36 am
Last Updated:Jun 9, 2019 10:36 am

No not on me, or in the time space continuum, in the fabric of A*F*F. I’ll ‘splain.

I opened my email this AM and found a message titled “Precious One”. OK, so it’s obviously for me

It is from a address and wasn’t caught by the spam filter. The message read . . .

“My name is Faustina 35 single with no and never been married. Im 5.7 ft 5 Ibs. I will like us to be friends. I got your email address from Vivid while reading the little you had to say about your self. Below are some pics of me and i hope you like them. I will be awaiting your response.”

There are a few things of interest here:
1. She claims to have gotten my email address from Vivid Hookups. This is interesting because my address is not posted where any member can see it. So how, and / or why, did she get it?
2. There is none of the usual formatting or look of a typical A*F*F marketing message.
3. While the spelling and grammar are a bit off it isn’t as bad as the scam messages usually are.

So what is this? Yes it is most likely some sort of spam/scam. But from whom and more importantly . . . how did they actually get my address? I didn’t contact this person as she is outside my general age range. My first thought is they got my address from one of several data breaches over the past 5 years or so since I’ve been here.

My first question to y’all is have any of you recently received an unsolicited offsite message similar to this?

Desperately Seeking . . .
Posted:Jun 2, 2019 4:24 pm
Last Updated:Jun 4, 2019 6:47 pm

No, not Susan, c’mon this is a sex site why would I consider finding a woman for sex HERE? Sheesh! And yeah, it really isn’t desperately either. It’s more like a strong want, a very strong want . . . hummm . . . does kinda sound like sex huh? Ahhh, but it is seeking. Annnywhose . . .

My post regarding seeking a race car You Dont Call You Dont Write got a bit more response than I thought it might. Very cool y’all. In fact it generated at least 1 potential lead. Leads are helpful because finding what I want hasn’t been easy. I’ve scoured the race car classifieds (very few suitable already built cars), and Craigslist (mostly for a car I would build from scratch) not many in AZ. I have come across 2 built cars so far, but far away (PA and IA), I wouldn’t mind a road trip. Careful AFFers I may be comin your way .

That is the PA car - it got sold. Ad was asking $1000, damn good deal.

The IA car’s owners are divorcing, he cheated and ran off with the other (hummm, sex again). They are asking $2000 but I think I could get it for $00. There is a car in Phoenix, a Chevy Cobalt, the price is about right ($00) for what it is, but it would be a build from scratch – that is a lot of work, and time.

The Cobalt

Part of the problem with finding a good build candidate is I have rules to meet and then my own preferences. Hummm, that kinda sounds like . . . sex don’t it? Rules wise it has to be: ‘front wheel drive (FWD not FW, a “compact” car, 4 cylinder engine. No station wagons, convertibles or 2 seat sport cars allowed, no Honda CRX’. Then, ‘no turbo charged, super charged, rotary engines, or engines utilizing variable cam-timing’. This eliminates a lot of cars.

Then my preferences: manual transmission. 2 doors (even stripped 4 door cars weight more), running driving and stopping, no frame damage. And, I would like a manufacturer that is still in existence so I can try to wrangle some form of sponsorship. So Eagle, Pontiac and Saturn are .

Based on what is left over I did some calculations (horsepower to weight specifically) and found the following possibilities with a fairly good hp/wt ratio: Dodge Neon (95 – 99), Dodge Avenger (95 – 2000), Mitsubishi Eclipse, Chevy Cobalt.

But . . . Saturday I came across 2 “groups” on (which I hate) where pretty much the type of race cars I’m looking for are listed. I’ve contacted about a dozen. They seem to be mostly in the Mid-West (especially Iowa) and a few in/around Texas. So we shall see what comes of those.


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