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Hello everyone and welcome to Friday, the last day of this week I will be posting because Thanksgiving is next week for us Americans. For everyone else, if I post anything during next week, it will either be on Tumblr or Facebook. It’s gonna be great for me. A whole week off from blogging and nothing but my DS for gaming, and my laptop for emails, and let’s not forget turkey. Gonna be a great week and Black Friday is gonna be awesome; unfortunately, Black Friday marks the end of the Thanksgiving holiday season which means I’ll have to come back here to blog; what a bummer. šŸ˜¦ But like all things, and life, it must continue so to speak. So without further ado, let’s move onto today’s news.

To Love Ru and Tomodachi ga Sukunai seem to be revealing more than some may think; both stories are galleries so, just enjoy.

To Love-Ru Darkness Wet Pussy Stroking Ero-Manga

Author: Leon

A cat is fine too


Top non ero-mangaka Yabuki Kentaro delivers something new with each successively more erotic chapter of To Love-Ru Darkness, with the latest chapter featuring plenty of wet pussy stroking action.


Tomodachi ga Sukunai Not So Lacking In Serviceā€¦

Author: Leon

The 7th episode of Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai has been delighting fans with immodest increases in the service department, leaving open some optimistic if remote possibilities for the disc editionā€¦

Isahara’s gonna have a field day with these 2 artists; Almost reminds me of that one video except for the lack of emotion put forward to defend the industry.

Moving onto the rest of the world…


U.S.-China tension spills over into Asia summit

By Ben Blanchard and Olivia Rondonuwu

(Reuters) – Tension between the United States and China spilled over into meetings of Asia-Pacific leaders on Friday as the two countries jostled over how to handle competing claims to the South China Sea.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said “outside forces” had no excuse to get involved in the complex maritime dispute, a veiled warning to the United States and other countries to keep out of the sensitive issue.

“It ought to be resolved through friendly consultations and discussions by countries directly involved. Outside forces should not, under any pretext, get involved,” Wen told a meeting with Southeast Asian leaders, several of whose countries claim sovereignty to parts of the South China Sea.

The speech transcript was carried on the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s website (

The remark is the latest barb between the two countries in recent weeks, and comes as President Barack Obama has sought to reassert U.S. presence in the Asia-Pacific to counter the growing influence of the world’s second-largest economy, China.

Obama said in Australia on Thursday, on his last stop before jetting to the Asia meetings in neighboring Indonesia, that the U.S. military would expand its Asia-Pacific role, declaring America was “here to stay” as a Pacific power.

Days earlier, as host of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-Operation forum in Hawaii, Obama had voiced frustration at China’s trade practices and he pushed for a new Asia-Pacific trade deal with some of Beijing’s neighbors.

The moves are seen as an attempt to reassert U.S. leadership in the face of China’s rising influence around the Pacific Rim and reassure allies such as South Korea and Japan that it would remain a strong counterweight.

The United States wants the dispute over the South China Sea discussed on the Indonesian resort island of Bali at meetings of the 10-member Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and eight regional powers, including the United States, China, Russia and Japan.

Bilateral meetings were held on Friday before a full East Asia Summit on Saturday.

I’m not quite sure Obama is making a decent move here.

Now before moving on, I have some fail news of the day for you, boys and girls.

Elderly Man Crashes Into Home

COLUMBUS — A man in his 70’s is charged with failure to control his vehicle after slamming into a home.

Police say the driver was heading northbound on Indianola Avenue when he swerved to avoid hitting a car.

However, he hit a pole and parked car along the road before crashing into the porch of a townhome near Springs Drive.

The driver tells police he’s diabetic which may have contributed to the crash.

Thankfully no one was injured.


Next up, Egyptians voting. What is this madness? Egypt doesn’t vote, they go camel surfing and tomb robbing.


Egyptian protest targets military prior to parliamentary voting

By Jeffrey Fleishman

REPORTING FROM CAIRO — Banners waved and angry slogans echoed as tens of thousands of Egyptians protested Friday against the ruling military council, which they fear hasĀ hijacked a revolution that once bore the hope of leading the restive Arab world toward democracy.

Dominated by Islamists and including a smattering of secularists and liberals, crowds swelled into Tahrir Square in one of the largest demonstrations since Hosni Mubarak was overthrown in February. These factions have competing political agendas but were united in condemning the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces’ refusal to cede power to a civilian government.

The protest came nearly one week ahead of parliamentary elections and was another troubling sign that Egypt has yet to find a pathĀ toward a viable democracy. The military has expanded martial law and locked up bloggers and dissidents.

The generals want to “abortĀ the revolution,” said Ibrahim Yehia, a 23-year-old university engineering graduate and Muslim Brotherhood member. “They’reĀ causing strife among Egyptians, and they want to marginalize everyone … so they can say we’re not ready for democracy and justify staying in power.”

The scene — painted faces, fathers with children, bands of roving young men —Ā was reminiscent of the energy that swept Tahrir during the 18 days that led to Mubarak’s fall. Even the loudspeakers crackled with protest cadences in which only the names had changed.

The demonstration was led by the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation’s best-organized political movement, which is expected to win as much as 30% of the seats in parliament in the upcoming elections. The Brotherhood and ultraconservative Salafis say proposals by the ruling generals to enshrine the military as the guardian of “constitutional legitimacy” would create a dictatorship that could thwart the new parliament.

The military, which may delay presidential elections until 2013, is also demanding guidelines that would allow it to select 80% of the members on a constitutional committee and ensure that the military budget is kept secret.

Well good luck Egypt, cause maybe your new leader will help you protect those ancient artifacts and your card games. šŸ˜†

Well that’s our show for today, I will see you in 2 weeks when Fangsgiving is over. Till then, this is grass signing out.