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Fake Booty


Fake Booty


$16.99


If you like big butts and you cannot lie, this fake booty for your adult Halloween costume is for you. Just strap on this fake booty and you'll have everyone laughing and checking you out. Baby's definitely got back in this costume!\nBooty attaches with ties on both sides\nBoobs available separately\n100% Polyester\nDimensions: Booty has 22" Ties on either side, Actual Booty 17" W

Little Fuzzy


Little Fuzzy


$3.99


Jack Holloway found himself squinting, the orange sun full in his eyes. He raised a hand to push his hat forward, then lowered it to the controls to alter the pulse rate of the contragravity-field generators and lift the manipulator another hundred feet. For a moment he sat, puffing on the short pipe that had yellowed the corners of his white mustache, and looked down at the red rag tied to a bush against the rock face of the gorge five hundred yards away. He was smiling in anticipation."This'll be a good one," he told himself aloud, in the manner of men who have long been their own and only company. "I want to see this one go up."He always did. He could remember at least a thousand blast-shots he had fired back along the years and on more planets than he could name at the moment, including a few thermonuclears, but they were all different and they were always something to watch, even a little one like this. Flipping the switch, his thumb found the discharger button and sent out a radio impulse; the red rag vanished in an upsurge of smoke and dust that mounted out of the gorge and turned to copper when the sunlight touched it. The big manipulator, weightless on contragravity, rocked gently; falling debris pelted the trees and splashed in the little stream. He waited till the machine stabilized, then glided it down to where he had ripped a gash in the cliff with the charge of cataclysmite. Good shot: brought down a lot of sandstone, cracked the vein of flint and hadn't thrown it around too much. A lot of big slabs were loose. Extending the forward claw-arms, he pulled and tugged, and then used the underside grapples to pick up a chunk and drop it on the flat ground between the cliff and the stream. He dropped another chunk on it, breaking both of them, and then another and another, until he had all he could work over the rest of the day. Then he set down, got the toolbox and the long-handled contragravity lifter, and climbed to the ground where he opened the

Little Fuzzy


Little Fuzzy


$0.99


Jack Holloway found himself squinting, the orange sun full in his eyes. He raised a hand to push his hat forward, then lowered it to the controls to alter the pulse rate of the contragravity-field generators and lift the manipulator another hundred feet. For a moment he sat, puffing on the short pipe that had yellowed the corners of his white mustache, and looked down at the red rag tied to a bush against the rock face of the gorge five hundred yards away. He was smiling in anticipation."This'll be a good one," he told himself aloud, in the manner of men who have long been their own and only company. "I want to see this one go up."He always did. He could remember at least a thousand blast-shots he had fired back along the years and on more planets than he could name at the moment, including a few thermonuclears, but they were all different and they were always something to watch, even a little one like this. Flipping the switch, his thumb found the discharger button and sent out a radio impulse; the red rag vanished in an upsurge of smoke and dust that mounted out of the gorge and turned to copper when the sunlight touched it. The big manipulator, weightless on contragravity, rocked gently; falling debris pelted the trees and splashed in the little stream. He waited till the machine stabilized, then glided it down to where he had ripped a gash in the cliff with the charge of cataclysmite. Good shot: brought down a lot of sandstone, cracked the vein of flint and hadn't thrown it around too much. A lot of big slabs were loose. Extending the forward claw-arms, he pulled and tugged, and then used the underside grapples to pick up a chunk and drop it on the flat ground between the cliff and the stream. He dropped another chunk on it, breaking both of them, and then another and another, until he had all he could work over the rest of the day. Then he set down, got the toolbox and the long-handled contragravity lifter, and climbed to the ground where he opened the

Lost Face


Lost Face


$9.99


It was the end. Subienkow had travelled a long trail of bitterness and horror, homing like a dove for the capitals of Europe, and here, farther away than ever, in Russian America, the trail ceased. He sat in the snow, arms tied behind him, waiting the torture. He stared curiously before him at a huge Cossack, prone in the snow, moaning in his pain. The men had finished handling the giant and turned him over to the women. That they exceeded the fiendishness of the men, the man's cries attested. Subienkow looked on, and shuddered. He was not afraid to die. He had carried his life too long in his hands, on that weary trail from Warsaw to Nulato, to shudder at mere dying. But he objected to the torture. It offended his soul. And this offence, in turn, was not due to the mere pain he must endure, but to the sorry spectacle the pain would make of him. He knew that he would pray, and beg, and entreat, even as Big Ivan and the others that had gone before. This would not be nice. [.]

Lost Face


Lost Face


$9.56


It was the end. Subienkow had travelled a long trail of bitterness and horror, homing like a dove for the capitals of Europe, and here, farther away than ever, in Russian America, the trail ceased. He sat in the snow, arms tied behind him, waiting the torture. He stared curiously before him at a huge Cossack, prone in the snow, moaning in his pain. The men had finished handling the giant and turned him over to the women. That they exceeded the fiendishness of the men, the man's cries attested. Subienkow looked on, and shuddered. He was not afraid to die. He had carried his life too long in his hands, on that weary trail from Warsaw to Nulato, to shudder at mere dying. But he objected to the torture. It offended his soul. And this offence, in turn, was not due to the mere pain he must endure, but to the sorry spectacle the pain would make of him. He knew that he would pray, and beg, and entreat, even as Big Ivan and the others that had gone before. This would not be nice. [.]

Lost Face


Lost Face


$6.99


It was the end. Subienkow had travelled a long trail of bitterness and horror, homing like a dove for the capitals of Europe, and here, farther away than ever, in Russian America, the trail ceased. He sat in the snow, arms tied behind him, waiting the torture. He stared curiously before him at a huge Cossack, prone in the snow, moaning in his pain. The men had finished handling the giant and turned him over to the women. That they exceeded the fiendishness of the men, the man's cries attested. Subienkow looked on, and shuddered. He was not afraid to die. He had carried his life too long in his hands, on that weary trail from Warsaw to Nulato, to shudder at mere dying. But he objected to the torture. It offended his soul. And this offence, in turn, was not due to the mere pain he must endure, but to the sorry spectacle the pain would make of him. He knew that he would pray, and beg, and entreat, even as Big Ivan and the others that had gone before. This would not be nice. To pass out bravely and cleanly, with a smile and a jest-ah! that would have been the way. But to lose control, to have his soul upset by the pangs of the flesh, to screech and gibber like an ape, to become the veriest beast-ah, that was what was so terrible.

Love Conquered


Love Conquered


$7.99


Webster's defines the term 'love' as "a strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties or from sexual desire and attraction". As well, throughout history, love has come to mean many different things to many different people, but in the end, this strongest of emotions seems to find a way to win out over all adversity. What follows within is a series of short stories concerning love between two men set in different locales, times and situations in which love blossoms and grows in unexpected and surprising ways. That being said, the fourteen stories contained in this anthology all show that, regardless of the time or the place, it is love that is the ultimate victory that can overcome any obstacle, no matter how hopeless the situation seems. These stories move between different time frames and eras from the present day to the Old South to gladiatorial times to the future, but all of them have the ultimate theme of love winning out in the end. As you read these stories of love and hope between men, it is my hope you'll come away with a better understanding of how love truly can conquer any problem, big or small.

Big Frank Adult Mens Costume


Big Frank Adult Mens Costume


$69.99


He is the ultimate crooner, the leader of the rat pack and the ultimate big guy - meet Big Frank, the star of the monster mash. Steal the spotlight on Halloween when you don the adult men's Big Frank costume and practice your smooth moves. This hilarious costume includes the character mask and hands; you add the talent. The adult men's Big Frank costume consists of a black and white jacket and pants, inflatable shoulders, green socks, a greenish character mask and handsClosure (Zipper, Tie, Velcro…)- VELCRO Materials/ Fabrics- 100% Polyester Wash/Care Instructions- Spot Clean Only\nColor

Indiana Hoosiers Men's Basketball


Indiana Hoosiers Men's Basketball


$19.99


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball team is the intercollegiate men's basketball program representing Indiana University (IU). The school competes in the Big Ten Conference in Division I of the NCAA. The Hoosiers play on Branch McCracken Court at the Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana on the IU campus. Indiana has won five NCAA Championships in men's basketball (1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, 1987) the first two under coach Branch McCracken and the later three under Bob Knight and 20 Big Ten Conference championships. The Hoosiers' five NCAA Championships are tied for third in history with North Carolina (5), trailing only UCLA (11), and Kentucky (7). Indiana has intense rivalries both in-state, against the Purdue Boilermakers, and out-of-state, against the Illinois Fighting Illini and the Kentucky Wildcats. The team is currently coached by Tom Crean. Indiana fielded its first men's basketball team as a member of the Big Ten (then called the Big Nine) in 1901. Indiana's first year was unremarkable, posting a 14 ledger under coach J.H. Horne. Indiana's first victory was a 26-17 victory over Wabash College that same year. IU's first great head coach, Everett Dean, was at first a standout player who garnered IU's first All-America honors in 1921. In 1924, Dean signed on as the full time head coach of his alma mater. Under Dean, the Hoosiers would elevate their play to new heights, winning their first-ever share of the Western Conference title in 1926, defeating Wisconsin 35-20. Before moving on to coach Stanford, Dean would lead the Hoosiers to two more conference titles and 162 wins. When Dean left for Stanford, the popular selection to succeed him was Branch McCracken. McCracken was another young alumnus and former player under Everett Dean. M. More:

Matchstick Men


Matchstick Men


$12.95


THE INSPIRATION BEHIND RIDLEY SCOTT'S MOVIE-STARRING NICOLAS CAGE AND SAM ROCKWELL-BY ERIC GARCIA, THE ACCLAIMED CULT AUTHOR OF ANONYMOUS REX."After the first of Eric Garcia's Rex books, I found myself thinking, 'I wonder what he's up to now.' After Matchstick Men, a lot of other people will begin wondering, too."-Thomas Perry, author of PursuitRoy and Frankie are matchstick men-con artists. Partners in elegant crimes for years, they know each other like brothers and have perfected the rules of the game. Roy is the careful one. Saves every penny. Takes his medication regularly. Without the pills, his obsessive-compulsive disorder kicks in and he is too nauseated to do anything but stare at the dirt on the carpet. Frankie is the adventurous one, hungry for a big score. He wants Roy to join him in running a tricky game, but Roy is distracted-for good reason. Roy has just discovered that he is the father of a punky teenage daughter from a brief marriage that ended years ago. Much to the frustration of Roy's partner, the kid wants to get to know her father. She also wants to learn the family business. Novelist Eric Garcia takes readers into the fast and funny world of grifters with issues. Matchstick Men is a dazzling literary con game that will keep readers guessing until the last page. matchstick men (mach stik men) n. pl. 1. simply drawn characters, meant to represent the human form 2. tavern betting game, invented circa 1920 3. con artists or grifters, those who steal via wit, trickery, or confusion 4. a mob of people, easily enraged 5. a deviously suspenseful and surprising novel by Eric Garcia, acclaimed cult author of Anonymous Rex 6. a major motion picture, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell, coming in 2003 from Warner Bros.

Matchstick Men


Matchstick Men


$9.99


THE INSPIRATION BEHIND RIDLEY SCOTT'S MOVIE-STARRING NICOLAS CAGE AND SAM ROCKWELL-BY ERIC GARCIA, THE ACCLAIMED CULT AUTHOR OF ANONYMOUS REX."After the first of Eric Garcia's Rex books, I found myself thinking, 'I wonder what he's up to now.' After Matchstick Men, a lot of other people will begin wondering, too."-Thomas Perry, author of PursuitRoy and Frankie are matchstick men-con artists. Partners in elegant crimes for years, they know each other like brothers and have perfected the rules of the game. Roy is the careful one. Saves every penny. Takes his medication regularly. Without the pills, his obsessive-compulsive disorder kicks in and he is too nauseated to do anything but stare at the dirt on the carpet. Frankie is the adventurous one, hungry for a big score. He wants Roy to join him in running a tricky game, but Roy is distracted-for good reason. Roy has just discovered that he is the father of a punky teenage daughter from a brief marriage that ended years ago. Much to the frustration of Roy's partner, the kid wants to get to know her father. She also wants to learn the family business. Novelist Eric Garcia takes readers into the fast and funny world of grifters with issues. Matchstick Men is a dazzling literary con game that will keep readers guessing until the last page. matchstick men (mach stik men) n. pl. 1. simply drawn characters, meant to represent the human form 2. tavern betting game, invented circa 1920 3. con artists or grifters, those who steal via wit, trickery, or confusion 4. a mob of people, easily enraged 5. a deviously suspenseful and surprising novel by Eric Garcia, acclaimed cult author of Anonymous Rex 6. a major motion picture, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell, coming in 2003 from Warner Bros.

Flash Men's Central City T-shirt Large Black


Flash Men's Central City T-shirt Large Black


$19.29


Tie Dye Lightning Bolt Scarlet Speedster Central City Circle Logo - Off The Big Screen And On To One Of these Awesome Shirts! These T-Shirts Feature Scenes And Sayings From Some Of The Best Movies Of All Time. All Shirts Are 100% Cotton And Machine Washable.

Matchstick Men


Matchstick Men


$12.95


THE INSPIRATION BEHIND RIDLEY SCOTT'S MOVIE-STARRING NICOLAS CAGE AND SAM ROCKWELL-BY ERIC GARCIA, THE ACCLAIMED CULT AUTHOR OF ANONYMOUS REX."After the first of Eric Garcia's Rex books, I found myself thinking, 'I wonder what he's up to now.' After Matchstick Men, a lot of other people will begin wondering, too."-Thomas Perry, author of PursuitRoy and Frankie are matchstick men-con artists. Partners in elegant crimes for years, they know each other like brothers and have perfected the rules of the game. Roy is the careful one. Saves every penny. Takes his medication regularly. Without the pills, his obsessive-compulsive disorder kicks in and he is too nauseated to do anything but stare at the dirt on the carpet. Frankie is the adventurous one, hungry for a big score. He wants Roy to join him in running a tricky game, but Roy is distracted-for good reason. Roy has just discovered that he is the father of a punky teenage daughter from a brief marriage that ended years ago. Much to the frustration of Roy's partner, the kid wants to get to know her father. She also wants to learn the family business. Novelist Eric Garcia takes readers into the fast and funny world of grifters with issues. Matchstick Men is a dazzling literary con game that will keep readers guessing until the last page. matchstick men (mach stik men) n. pl. 1. simply drawn characters, meant to represent the human form 2. tavern betting game, invented circa 1920 3. con artists or grifters, those who steal via wit, trickery, or confusion 4. a mob of people, easily enraged 5. a deviously suspenseful and surprising novel by Eric Garcia, acclaimed cult author of Anonymous Rex 6. a major motion picture, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Nicolas Cage and Sam Rockwell, coming in 2003 from Warner Bros.

Mercenary Intent


Mercenary Intent


$13.95


A Man With A Conscience Can't Hide. Not Even In The Dark. Damien Chance was just a regular guy who was fed up with the world of big business, so he did what most men only fantasize about. He tossed his suit and ties and traded in his laptop, cell phone and e-mail address for a life of adventure searching for gold and lost treasure in the jungles of the Amazon basin. What he found was more than he ever dreamed of. He found the love of his life and he found himself. But when corrupt men of greed crushed his dreams, men of power gave him the opportunity to even the score.

Men in Motion


Men in Motion


$2.96


Hot in the ClutchAfter twenty years in the NFL, Dave Delaney's playing days are over and he's back home in Hedgecock, Texas, coaching football at his old high school. He's tired of meaningless sex and his empty lifestyle. Dave is ready for change and sets his sights on the girl who got away. Diane Connors is attracted in a big way, but Dave is used to being chased by groupies almost young enough to be his daughters. He's still a chick magnet with a wild reputation, and she's gun-shy after escaping a miserable marriage with a bully-another local jock. Thing is, neither of them can forget what might have been. Coach MeMaster me, thinks Susan Anderson when she finally lays eyes on Colin Zanardi, former NFL MVP and now coach of the Savannah Rebels. He is only in town for a few days, but he's the Dom she's been dreaming of, yearning for. She just has to convince him to play with her, show him how submissive and obedient she is, and demonstrate just what she can do for that gorgeous body of his. It's been a long time since Colin has played with a true submissive. Susan is eager to be dominated. By him. He's the perfect Master to tame her, and settling down this firecracker is a challenge Colin can't resist. He can think of so many things he wants to use on her-a sex swing, a spiderweb, a roomful of sex toys. He'll play her scene-tie her, blindfold her, order her to pleasure him-for their mutual satisfaction. Colin is more than ready to turn this hometown party girl into his own private sex slave.

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay


The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay


$24.95


With this brilliant novel, the bestselling author of The Mysteries of Pittsburgh and Wonder Boys gives us an exhilarating triumph of language and invention, a stunning novel in which the tragicomic adventures of a couple of boy geniuses reveal much about what happened to America in the middle of the twentieth century. Like Phillip Roth's American Pastoral or Don DeLillo's Underworld, Michael Chabon's The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay is a superb novel with epic sweep, spanning continents and eras, a masterwork by one of America's finest writers. It is New York City in 1939. Joe Kavalier, a young artist who has also been trained in the art of Houdini-esque escape, has just pulled off his greatest feat to date: smuggling himself out of Nazi-occupied Prague. He is looking to make big money, fast, so that he can bring his family to freedom. His cousin, Brooklyn's own Sammy Clay, is looking for a collaborator to create the heroes, stories, and art for the latest novelty to hit the American dreamscape: the comic book. Out of their fantasies, fears, and dreams, Joe and Sammy weave the legend of that unforgettable champion the Escapist. And inspired by the beautiful and elusive Rosa Saks, a woman who will be linked to both men by powerful ties of desire, love, and shame, they create the otherworldly mistress of the night, Luna Moth. As the shadow of Hitler falls across Europe and the world, the Golden Age of comic books has begun. The brilliant writing that has led critics to compare Michael Chabon to John Cheever and Vladimir Nabokov is everywhere apparent in The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay. Chabon writes "like a magical spider, effortlessly spinning out elaborate webs of words that ensnare the reader," wrote Michiko Kakutani of The New York Times about Wonder Boys-and here he has created, in Joe Kavalier, a hero for the century.

Lost Face (Large Print Edition)


Lost Face (Large Print Edition)


$28.99


It was the end. Subienkow had travelled a long trail of bitterness and horror, homing like a dove for the capitals of Europe, and here, farther away than ever, in Russian America, the trail ceased. He sat in the snow, arms tied behind him, waiting the torture. He stared curiously before him at a huge Cossack, prone in the snow, moaning in his pain. The men had finished handling the giant and turned him over to the women. That they exceeded the fiendishness of the men, the man's cries attested. Subienkow looked on, and shuddered. He was not afraid to die. He had carried his life too long in his hands, on that weary trail from Warsaw to Nulato, to shudder at mere dying. But he objected to the torture. It offended his soul. And this offence, in turn, was not due to the mere pain he must endure, but to the sorry spectacle the pain would make of him. He knew that he would pray, and beg, and entreat, even as Big Ivan and the others that had gone before. This would not be nice.

Scandalous


Scandalous


$4.5


She always got anything she wanted. Playing with Fire 3A teenage crush on her big brother's boyfriend. It was one of the few times in her spoiled-little-sister life that Alexa had to swallow the word "no". She got over it, or she thought she had-until her brother's wedding brings Eric back into her life, as flirty and fun as ever. It never mattered to her that he's gay. Attraction is attraction. One illicit kiss, and their reconnection blows her mind and rekindles girlish hopes. Then he sets her away from him and runs like hell. Eric can't believe that a woman's touch arouses him. Not just any woman, but sweet Alexa, and he can't help but want more. Desperate to come clean, he confesses all to his steady boyfriend, Brandon, expecting anger. But Brandon's intrigued. He wants to meet the woman who's tied Eric up in knots. With luck, maybe she'll relight the spark between them. Alexa may have lost her chance with Eric, but the consolation prize-a fling with him and Brandon, is too tempting to resist. She never expected to love both men, or to secretly yearn to belong to the one who commands her body like no other. Warning: Contains m/m sex, m/f/m sex, three people confused and in love, a little bit of punishment, a lot of dirty talk and a lot of naughty sex.

Brock's Hellion (Corralled Series #4)


Brock's Hellion (Corralled Series #4)


$3.75


Nicole Austin, NOOK Book (eBook),Series: Corralled Series 4, English-language edition, Pub by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc

Notre Dame High School (Sherman Oaks, California) Alumni: Jamie Dixon


Notre Dame High School (Sherman Oaks, California) Alumni: Jamie Dixon


$9.16


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Jamie Dixon (November 10, 1965, in Burbank, California) is an American basketball head coach. Dixon has served as the head coach of the University of Pittsburgh men's basketball team since 2003. In 2009 he was the head coach for the FIBA Under-19 2009 gold-medal winning United States national basketball team for which he was named the 2009 USA Basketball National Coach of the Year. Dixon was named Big East Coach of the Year in 2004, Naismith College Coach of the Year in 2009, and Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year in 2010. Dixon played college basketball at Texas Christian University, was selected by the Washington Bullets in the 1987 NBA Draft, and played professional basketball with the Continental Basketball Association's Lacrosse Catbirds and for Hawke's Bay Hawks of the New Zealand National Basketball League. Dixon began his coaching career in 1989 as the head coach at Te Aute College, a secondary school in New Zealand, before serving as an assistant at Los Angeles Valley College from 1989-1991. He then became an assistant coach at UC-Santa Barbara and then at the University of Hawaii. Dixon then became an assistant coach to Ben Howland at Northern Arizona University and later moved to Pittsburgh as part of Howland's staff when Howland accepted the Pitt head coaching job in 1999. Dixon was promoted as Pittsburgh's head coach when Howland left for UCLA following the 200203 season. Dixon became head coach at Pitt in 2003, the only head coaching position he has ever held, and has an overall NCAA Division I record of 18854. His current 188 career wins ties the NCAA Division I record for most wins in the first seven seasons of a head coaching career. Previously, Dixon's 162nd win, which came in the 2009 NCAA Tournament over Oklahoma State. More:

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