It begins with John Jackal sitting in a bathtub thinking of naked women. When he suddenly get a call from a nosey neighbor complaining that they see him naked. That then leads John to discover this women in his house, but when he insists she leave. That is when she takes her clothes off, a roommate sees this and invites everyone over for a party.
Even though John Jackal keeps on insisting that this woman is only interested in him for his precious bodily fluids. He relaxes and have a good time. Eventually passing out, this gives that woman and her female friend to steal John’s fluids including the contents of 23 used condoms.
There is a incident with the police that is very reminiscent of anime.
John Jackal and The Uninvited is a fun story, with only scattered nudity. Played for laughs like the joke at the end after finding John passed out on the front lawn, and a friend still insists he goes to a blood drive.
Well worth a read, I really did enjoy this one
Some might of complained of me posting someone else’s work, I could list 3 sites that on purpose removes any artist credit on the images that they post. I really think someone is a hypocrite when they talk about Internet Etiquette. Reason being so much I see blatantly violates copyright laws, and really I am not joking I seen only 2 sites that obeys the law. Then there is a lot of this fan art, yes I am including the sex comics. That the copyright holder can slap on a cease and desist order but rarely ever does…even on YouTube. You think furry art is sometimes creepy, try the My Little Pony or Sonic the Hedgehog fan art. As soon as I see a MLP sex comic, I go in the opposite direction. I read one once…never again.
I admit it’s hard to know what to do sometimes. With someone telling you this, someone else tell you that. Next thing you know you get 5 people telling you 5 different things…all the while 1 is shouting “You are going to jail for posting that”. One hardcore fact small time movie pirates never go to jail. They just pay a small fine and continue to sell their DVDs. I got that straight from a cop…who honestly would know.
The Internet is really a wild place, while some claim it otherwise. Image hosting sites run by hackers. Spammers literally taking over a forum, driving all of it’s members away. Even this blog of mine, 20000 spams blocked in 7 years and add nearly 14000 more that get pass the filter. This month alone I had to delete nearly 900 spam comments. It honestly has gotten so bad I automatically assume a comment is spam. Although some are clever, hiding a good comment in spam, but it’s the email address they have to post that flags them. I won’t say how, but WordPress has that built in.
With the advent of Ransomware hitting more and more sites, and good tools that tackle the problem are showing up. You get these popups some claiming you picked up some virus, then asking you to call a phone number. 99.999% are fake there is only 1 way to handle this. Turn off your PC ASAP. Look even if it is a virus the longer you have it on that site, the greater the risk you have of downloading it. It’s just common sense, which I think a lot of artist and writers including myself often forget about. Once it’s out there, it’s out there. Anything you post can be reposted, it’s all a matter of a simple mouse click. Really you just have to go by your own judgment most of the time. Right or wrong, we all have to live.
I saw a post on Twitter yesterday talking how fast and HUGE some fur cons have become. One con they listed was BLFC claiming they jumped 153%. Doubting that number I checked out there stats.
Now hold on to the left sock as that is usually the one that goes missing.
BLFC 2013 (their 1st) 704 in total attendance
BLFC 2016 (their latest) 3651 in total attendance
Which means in the past 3 years they have grown by 418%
Which has got me wondering which are the fastest growing furcons using the same 3 year average.