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Well, Doug69, I must commend you and thank you for the hearty laugh. I'm sincerely flattered that you not only take the time to read my posts, but copy and paste some of my most fabulous lines. Gee, I really do sound like a star. (Step aside Benjamin Nicholas. My wallet's fatter than yours.)

 

Never having found a way to control my critic/response gene, here we go:

 

"he’s dived into every flame war here and written almost 70 posts since he began posting only 10 days ago"

 

Such fabulous math calculations. Care to be my accountant, Doug?

 

The word "every" is a very dramatic exaggeration, but with Doug (and others), I'm getting used to that. As for my enthusiasm, well, I did say I had been trying to register for the past six months. For various covert reasons, this board is the most difficult to join. In fairness, I had a lot of catching up to do given I couldn't write anything until 10 days ago about things that were said up to 6 months ago.

 

"my favorite thing about him is how generous he is with sharing information about himself and his life"

 

How ironic. Seems I address this very issue with a recent post to Rick Monroe on the down "low" thread. He's such a gentleman, isn't he. I wish more posters here could follow his example. Now, I'll bet he's fun at a party.

 

"And I’m sure it’s all true"

 

Well, I could prove it but then I would have to reveal my identity. (Don't anyone hold their breath.) The reason I'm single is because it is all true. I've had a fabulous life so far. I haven't been able to meet someone who can keep up with me, let alone live with my ego or the scent of my shit (even though I think it's worthy of an Estée campaign).

 

As I approach the age of 50, I've reconciled with the truth: I may just have to live the rest of my life without a lover/soulmate. That's why improving this site is crucial. We need to make escorting legal and health regulated and we need to get the scammers exposed and shut down. My motivation here is pure selfishness. I'm sure many here can "get" that. (Thank God I have a 22-year-old who thinks I'm the greatest man who's ever walked the planet. Oh, to be 22 (and that dumb) again.)

 

"I don’t know who he is yet, but I know he’s very very important, very very rich, very very successful, and very very entrenched with the famous!"

 

Never at a loss for extreme hyperbole, Doug overuses the word "very." I came to NYC with $3000 and no job, and I knew no one. I worked extremely hard - 2 full-time jobs for 8 years (because I had a dream), and things worked out OK.

 

Many people similar to me read boards like this but they won't register and post. They have their reasons. Hell, it took me years to take the dive and, of course, I have my workarounds.

 

Thanks for the welcome, Doug69. Sincere or not, I'm always up for a good laugh. :D

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Dear Mr. Rock Hard,

 

>As I approach the age of 50,

 

Are you approaching 50 at a super sonic speed? I only ask because in your Yahoo Profile, which states it was updated 10/12/05, you claim to be 42. If 42 is correct then you have some more quality time before you hit 50. ;)

 

Now, for those of you asking if I am being sleuthy I must answer no. After reading Doug's post I simply looked at Mr. Rock Hard's profile right here on M4M. He gives his "name" and Yahoo Profile Link. And here is the the picture in his Yahoo Profile:

 

http://img444.imageshack.us/img444/7403/b34d5ej.jpg

 

I must say this, Hard Rock knows how to use basic html very proficiently. I suspect he is either Tom Cruise having a nervous breakdown because he discovered his baby badder works or Rock Hard is my next door neighbor Victor. I LOVE watching Victor eat a sloppy Burrito. It is so hot!

 

The frequently annoying but always a classic,

VDN

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RE: to VDN

 

I am 42. However, shortly after I turned 40, I began to notice a lack of daily erections and an inability to ejaculate within 20 minutes of hand play. Slowly but surely, my cock is becoming something other than what it use to be at age 23. Of course, nothing is 23 at 40 but I'm a gay man and this is my erection were talking about.

 

I tried Viagra but it gave me an intense stuffy nose, and I'm not talking snobbery here (even though others will insist otherwise). Then I noticed very mild headaches that lingered after every use. These constant reminders that 23 is long gone along with my twink days of never-ending-woodies forced me to admit that 50 is 50 and I better start getting used to it. So now I secretly think of myself as 50.

 

Here's looking to the future! :-)

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RE: to VDN

 

>I am 42.

 

Don't look now, but you're starting to get your lies confused. Here is what you said just a couple days ago:

 

<<I've been working in the entertainment industry for nearly thirty years. I own several creative businesses that fall, in one way or another, under this umbrella.>>

 

I guess you started "working in the entertainment industry" when you were 12.

 

Lying about your age, constantly spouting out desperate pleas for others to recognize your own importance and worth - no wonder you're such a big fan of Benji.

 

Your deceit, self-absorbtion, and just generally masked purposes here are becoming quickly exposed. It seems there's only a handful of the densest posters here still fooled by your silly little act.

 

I predict you have another couple weeks or so here before you slither away and come back, to try again, under a new identity - one that is unburdened by all of the transparent, demonstrable lies and embarrassments with which you've managed to saddle this one in just a few short days.

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RE: to what's his name

 

"I guess you started "working in the entertainment industry" when you were 12."

 

I did my first television commercial when I was eleven.

 

You don't intimidate me, Doug69. As far as I'm concerned, you're not that smart and you're the one who consistently looks like a fool here. And, YOU, are what's wrong with this board. :(

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Doug is the real problem here!

 

>You don't intimidate me, Doug69. As far as I'm concerned,

>you're not that smart and you're the one who consistently

>looks like a fool here. And, YOU, are what's wrong with this

>board.

 

 

Yes, I agree, Doug is the real problem here. If not for him, people like you would be able to tell all the lies you wish and get away with it. He is awful, just awful!

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>Your deceit, self-absorbtion, and just generally masked

>purposes here are becoming quickly exposed. It seems there's

>only a handful of the densest posters here still fooled by

>your silly little act.

>

>I predict you have another couple weeks or so here before you

>slither away and come back, to try again, under a new identity

>- one that is unburdened by all of the transparent,

>demonstrable lies and embarrassments with which you've managed

>to saddle this one in just a few short days.

 

My guess is that NO ONE believes that Mr. RockHard is 42, but thinks like a 50 year old. He lied and then tried to cover it up in a way that was totally inept, especially for someone who claims to be so successful.

 

Before you disappear, let's hear more about the 22 year old who adores you. I assume he's your son but whomever he is, I am sure that he's doing well financially also.

 

If you did indeed spend six months reading the message center before posting, I'm surprised that you failed to pick up on the fact that few people here, except Benjamin Nicolas, brag about their private lives and accomplishments.

 

My next step is to do a google check on your "real name," which is part of your profile so stick around for at least a few more days.

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>I did my first television commercial when I was eleven.

 

So now he's a child television star, too! LOL! With another couple days of posting here, I bet he's also going to turn into an astronaut, the inventor of a secret cancer cure, and the owner of multiple nation-islands in the Pacific - in addition to the international tycoon, art collector, celebrity manager, real estate baron and now child television star which, in just 10 days, he's already claimed to be.

 

Of course, the need to claim that he began as a child television actor at the age of 11 was a lie that became necessary when VDN exposed his lies about his age. Unfortunately, this new lie about being a childhood TV star doesn't exactly square with the whole "I-pulled-myself-up-from-the-bootstrap" claim he had to tell earlier in this thread: "I came to NYC with $3000 and no job, and I knew no one. I worked extremely hard - 2 full-time jobs for 8 years (because I had a dream)". Someone who worked as a TV actor from the age of 11 onwards wouldn't arrive in NYC with $3000, no job, and knowing nobody, now would they?

 

But when you have a desperate need to constantly establish your own importance in the eyes of other people, and you resort to one transparent lie after the next in order to nauseatingly and endlessly brag about fictitious accomplishments, it's not easy to keep your stories straight - as poor, hapless RockHard is so vividly demonstrating.

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>>I did my first television commercial when I was eleven.

>

>So now he's a child television star, too! LOL! be.

>

>Of course, the need to claim that he began as a child

>television actor at the age of 11 was a lie that became

>necessary when VDN exposed his lies about his age.

 

Doug, I'm not buying his story any more than anyone else, but you're spinning a yarn around facts not in evidence.

 

It's a LONG stretch to get from doing a commercial at 11 (which is all he claimed) to being a "child TV star". Many kids that do commercials are never heard from again.

 

Of those who continue, few achieve stardom and most have LONG stretches between gigs. And it only gets worse as they get older. If you take all the "aspiring" actors out of Hollywood there wouldn't be a waiter (or escort ;-)) left.

 

>Unfortunately, this new lie about being a childhood TV star

>doesn't exactly square with the whole

>"I-pulled-myself-up-from-the-bootstrap" claim he had to tell

>earlier in this thread: "I came to NYC with $3000 and no

>job, and I knew no one. I worked extremely hard - 2 full-time

>jobs for 8 years (because I had a dream)". Someone who

>worked as a TV actor from the age of 11 onwards wouldn't

>arrive in NYC with $3000, no job, and knowing nobody, now

>would they?

 

I can believe an aspiring actor (or anyone else in that wretched business) arriving in NYC penniless and working their ass off at other jobs to make it. I don't believe it fits in this case, but it's the way most start. Damn few aspiring actors work constantly (as an actor).

 

Go ahead and poke holes in his story, but please stick to HIS story and leave the one you made up out of it.

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> ... favorite Rockhard moments – add your own!

 

 

"I have a history of HIV tests that date back to their inception."

 

"Thank God I have a 22-year-old who thinks I'm the greatest man who's ever walked the planet."

 

"I love a great bathhouse, and I've been to many all over the world."

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Hey Rock,

 

Im bored, and I need to make fun of myself, so dont mind me...Im just using your life to see how poor mine is :

 

 

><<Very few people love art more than me. I spend much time

>in museums around the world.

 

I just like art...Ive been to the Prado, that fucken huge museum in Paris and the MET Museum of Art

 

>

>But commercial art is very much a part of my life and career

>and I'm surrounded by creative people who take their

>respective crafts seriously.

 

I am surrounded by fools and half wits

 

 

>

>I work closely with celebrities from both coasts

 

I know no celebrities but I met Blondie and Rick Ocasick (The Cars) when I was doing catering with a friend

 

 

>

>I can think of plenty of celebrities who are hacks and make a

>good living by augmenting their careers with salacious

>attention. (Shall I drop the names of some of my clients?)

 

My clients have consisted of crack ####, vioelnt offenders and teenagers with substance abuse issues

 

>

>The expression "15 Minutes" is near and dear to me because I

>knew Andy Warhol.

 

It is near and dear to me too...thats how long it takes me to jerk off

 

 

>I became friends with a well-known straight actor while

>working on a lengthy project together.

 

My friends have been arrested...thats their only claim to fame

 

>

>I used to own property on Lake Shore Drive

 

I own my car (Honda Civic)

 

>I also know how to defend myself if I find I'm in the presence

>of someone dangerous.

 

Me too, but I dont really like to fight...just dont have the heart for it

 

>

>I've been working in the entertainment industry for nearly

>thirty years. I own several creative businesses that fall, in

>one way or another, under this umbrella.>>

 

I have been living for about 30 yrs...Im 35

 

 

>I don’t know who he is yet, but I know he’s very very

>important, very very rich, very very successful, and very very

>entrenched with the famous!

 

I am not important and Im not rich, but Ive made a lot of people happy

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>I tried Viagra but it gave me an intense stuffy nose, and I'm

>not talking snobbery here (even though others will insist

>otherwise). Then I noticed very mild headaches that lingered

>after every use. These constant reminders that 23 is long gone

>along with my twink days of never-ending-woodies forced me to

>admit that 50 is 50 and I better start getting used to it. So

>now I secretly think of myself as 50.

 

Have you solved your plumbing issue? There are non-pharmaceutical remedies to help with Mr. Happy. I wish you luck with getting the flag up the pole.

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>You don't intimidate me, Doug69. As far as I'm concerned,

>you're not that smart and you're the one who consistently

>looks like a fool here. And, YOU, are what's wrong with this

>board.

 

Doug is very smart. He is very well read. He knows politics inside and out and he will bring you to task on any current event and political issue. I have learned a great deal from Doug's postings on current affairs, politics, etc. I often suspected he was in the business of TV political commentary, etc. However, one doesn't have to be a politicization or a TV personality to know a great deal. He just happens to read a lot.

 

VDN

 

EDIT: I did not edit anything above BUT I wanted to add that I did do a spell check on this post. After I read it after posting I saw "politicization" and I wanted to type politician. I had NO IDEA politicization was an actual word! I think someone from the other side is using my keyboard as a medium. I need to get an exorcist.

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"<<Very few people love art more than me."

You might think that someone so successful would know that the last word in the sentence above should be "I."

You might, especially, think so, after reading his corrections of other posters.

You'd be wrong, though.

I agree, Doug; I also believe the veracity of his professed success--all of it!

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RE: Erik's knowledge of grammar.

 

In formal writing, Erik is correct. But the rules regarding the use of "me" and "I," as it is used in this sentence, have relaxed. Because most people use the object "me" at the end of a sentence, thinking it's correct and because it sounds right, it has become accepted, especially in colloquial usage.

 

I won't be submitting any formal manuscripts here at HooBoy. Thank you for pointing this out, Erik. :-)

 

ps I do like to prod people on their spelling and grammar, especially if they're hell-bent on beating me up. It's just my way of punching back. This is certainly a colloquial environment and, under more civil conditions, I would probably not correct anyone. Nobody likes the spelling police.

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RE: Thank you, deej.

 

Dear deej,

 

My story isn't for sale yet but I hope you buy the book and go see the movie when both come out.

 

I appreciate your noticing that "LONG" stretch and pointing out what's-his-name's penchant for...(you pick the expletive). I'm feeling interactive today.

 

You are correct, one local television commercial does not make someone a "child television star." It merely exposes a young, curious (drama queen) boy (with blonde hair and great eye lashes) to a professional TV set (and I'm not talking CRT, dear), a producer, a director, hair and make-up artists, and a few hundred more than your average weekly allowance. The attention was fun, too. My Dad was always too busy working trying to save for that college ed.

 

Poor Doug69. Smart but, yet, not so? You guys can decide. He's certainly not someone I have any interest in meeting.

 

I'm sure it would please him greatly if I answered every insanely distorted challenge he presents to me, and I easily could if I cared about him and the things he says. It's hard to like someone who insists on calling you a liar. So, since I don't care and I have no respect for his online-bully trash-talk distortions, he can go on saying whatever he wants about me. He will never get me to turn into what he is: (you pick the expletive). Anyone can feel free to quote me again as a name-caller.

 

To everybody else who cares, I disdain liars and, ironically, I'm professionally known as the "go to" guy for the truth. Personally speaking, I'm sure my friends would say the same. I may place particular emphasis on certain word choices and bits of information but welcome to the world of creative writing. Aren't forums just great? You should never think for one moment that I don't know what I'm doing and why I do it.

 

"I predict you have another couple weeks or so here before you slither away..."

 

Poor Doug69 wishes he had that kind of power over me. Not! But I'm sure he'll continue to do his level best to try and beat the shit out of me until I'm out the door. If that "win" will make him happy, I may oblige. I wish all gay men could be happy.

 

If I leave this board, I will do so permanently because Daddy refused to take action and demonstrate that he's working to make this a more civil place. I don't need to post here but I do think the members deserve better. I understand Daddy may need time so we'll see.

 

On all the other boards with which I participate, this thread would have been deleted shortly after its arrival on the board. The rules are very strict and the conversations are full of information, humor, and great writing. The "tone" of any forum is set by its leader/owner and the moderators he/she employs. Of course, Daddy is free to delete any of my posts and ban me as well, if and when he feels I've crossed the line. I'm not looking for any special treatment. The man who pays the design and hosting bills has the final say.

 

ps Please, somebody who knows, tell me: Doug69 isn't Daddy, is he? If that's the case then I'll say my goodbye's immediately.

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RE: Dear VDN, again.

 

You may be right but that doesn't excuse his abhorent behavior on display here. A man deserves to be judged as whole and not in parts. So far, I've read little worth liking. He behaves like the quintessential internet troll. I've never witnessed a worse example and I participate in three other "free" forums. He's a disgrace.

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RE: Thank you, deej.

 

Were you expecting me to read all that crap?

 

I stopped about two sentences in. Blah blah blah.

 

Blah blah blah.

 

Blah blah blah.

 

Blah blah blah.

 

Blah blah blah.

 

Save your haughty pretense for someone that cares.

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RE: Dear VDN, again.

 

TODAY, ROCK HARD SAID:

 

>He behaves like the quintessential internet troll. I've never

>witnessed a worse example and I participate in three other

>"free" forums. He's a disgrace.

 

YESTERDAY ROCK HARD SAID:

 

>I view the blatant act of name-calling to be the lowest form of >attracting attention to oneself. It's one of the most selfish and >uncivilized forms of communication we have.

 

So, the same person who yesterday preached that the act of "name-calling" is "selfish" and is the "lowest" and most "uncivilized form of communication we have," today wrote a post calling another poster a "troll" and a "disgrace."

 

It's the equivalent of this: "We must ban posters who use insults and call people names. They ruin the forum. It's horrible and disgusting to see posters call other posters mean names. Do you see that guy over there? He's a disgusting piece of garbage and a disgrace! Did I mention how terrible personal insults are and how they ruin the forum?"

 

Really, RockHard, if you're going to make it this easy, it won't be any fun.

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RE: Dear alanm

 

Dear alanm,

 

Even though you, too, were rude enough to call me a liar, you made some worthy points.

 

"My guess is that NO ONE believes that Mr. RockHard is 42, but thinks like a 50 year old."

 

Regarding believing: All I can say is "Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death." Auntie Mame

 

At age 17, I had an older friend create a fake I.D. to read 23. Nobody believed I wasn't 23 and I rarely got carded. I've always been an old soul in a younger man's body. Thanks to Mom, my face skin is holding up well. Now, what to do about that cock?

 

"...about the 22 year old who adores you. I assume he's your son but whomever he is, I am sure that he's doing well financially also."

 

Not really. No silver spoons in my house. "I worked hard, you work hard," that's my motto. I taught him not to place too much value on material bullshit. "Find your passion" is my favorite line of advice. I have hope. He's a great guy and I'm very lucky to have him. He just graduated college and he's living with me. My sex life is dead. That's another reason why I'm here.

 

"If you did indeed spend six months reading the message center before posting, I'm surprised that you failed to pick up on the fact that few people here, except Benjamin Nicolas, brag about their private lives and accomplishments."

 

Like Rick Monroe, I don't view my sharing facts, experiences and insights as "bragging." I like talking about me and my son. I can't control how others mischaracterize my statements. I write from my heart and for my own pleasure.

 

I never got a chance in those six months to read much in the MC. Every time I started to read something, I wanted to post. Then I would have to go to my email inbox and find the damn login info. Copy and paste that in only to find it didn't work. After too many frustrating failed attempts, over and over, I left and went to my other favorite forums. It wasn't until I contacted Daddy that the registration process became clearer. I never thought to find the "FAQ" section here because the software design threw me. I'm not a fan of DCForum+ because I don't find it all that attractive and/or user-friendly.

 

I don't recall ever reading much by Benjamin Nicholas in the MC. Most of the noise I recall centered around BN bashing, which is one reason why I wanted to post.

 

I know almost nothing about Benjamin Nicholas. I started reading his blog from the review site because I had his website bookmarked for design reference in my web library and I was surprised to see him featured on the "newest review" page. Considering my work, I know several entertainment execs who purchase escort services, so I became hooked on his gossipy read. I liked the free-flow style of his writing, his love of theater and performers, and his descriptions of cities and hotels. He and I have stayed in many of the same places, many of the same cities, and I thought it was fun to relive some very fond memories via this gay escort's perspective. When he diss'd Celine Dion in Vegas, I got pissed and tried to post. It failed. So, for a while, I gave up.

 

I've been at dinner tables and social events with several gossip writers through the years. I wouldn't want to be one but I understand how that business works. I felt it was important to share a different perspective on the BN bashing. Again, I've been speaking from my heart and my experience.

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RE: Dear, oh Dear

 

Rocko- You keep bringing up that you had some kind of problem registering here that kept you from posting for six months. While I congratulate you on your tenacity, what was so difficult to do in the registration process? Even some of our dimmer bulbs figure that one out pretty quickly.

 

While I am at, may I once again wonder what happened to other prolific posters like Conway, 2004, Blue Flame, Lone Star, phage, etc?

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