The floats were great, colorful and full of life. The drumbeats, the music, and the choreographed shouting kept tiredness at bay. Balloon floats were the craze last year. With enough airpower, they... More > literally floated many objects high up for everyone to see. Everyone was in awe as it was the first time it was done in such a large scale.
That was good for me but the best attraction there was were the abundance of fuckable babes. Holy crap, if I wasn’t in the middle of the street, I would’ve gone jerking my man meat off. Tits of the greater magnitude, ass that tipped the richter scale, bodies that needed gps for navigation holy fuck it was so cool.
Since I cannot just bring out my meat in the middle of the street I contented myself with just snapping photos. I had a very expensive lens that was capable of zooming from great distances so I had no problem capturing those assets up close. Half of my entire collection last year was probably all pictures of ass, tits, bodies, beautiful faces.< Less
Everyone has experienced a déjà vu. No one really understands how or why a déjà vu occurs. Déjà vu makes you feel as if you were re-visiting an event; in... More > essence, experiencing the event all over again. If you were able to capitalize on this phenomenon; you would have an opportunity to learn from your mistakes. Do you think this would be a great advantage to someone? If harnessing and controlling déjà vu’s were possible, it would make a great military weapon.
Many years ago, the United States Military requested the help from a scientist that had experimented on genetic engineered pharmaceuticals. These pharmaceuticals were capable of harnessing and controlling a déjà vu. The medication was in its early stages, and was not exactly ready for military application. The military thought if perfecting the accuracy of the medication was possible, then soldiers could avoid certain deadly situations as a result of déjà vu’s. Results would be lives saved and successful missions.< Less