Saturday, July 18, 2009

A General Call For Castration!

My Fellow Inmates…


Damn I am in a mood; this may not be pretty…


In the last two days I have received a message through both Gearfetish, and now Guyzingear from someone I don’t know selling crap eBay gear.


Now normally this would not be an issue to me. We all have used gear to sell that we are not using any more, and some of us even manufacture our own gear to sell. This is great. I welcome the chance to peruse your stuff and if it’s something that strikes my fancy I will be the first to tell the world how wonderful the craftsmanship of your hard work is…


…And how well it held the boy with all those pesky thrashing side effects…


But this…


This is insulting at best.


They shoot random people an email on a site we all use and enjoy acting like they know you or are actually offering you up a decent piece of gear


“Wanna buy a cool strait jacket? I will give YOU a discount!” a spammer on Gearfetish offered selling a cheap ass thin leather jacket… Starting price? $595.00


http://cgi.ebay.com/North-Bound-Leather-Strait-Straight-Jacket-Restraint_W0QQitemZ250464029612QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item3a50d1cbac&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65%3A12%7C66%3A2%7C39%3A1%7C72%3A1205%7C293%3A1%7C294%3A50


And today on Guyzingear I receive an invitation to view a thin leather catsuit on EBay. I shall refrain from sharing this one with you all as I honestly believe this person was not intending to spam me… Yet he still did not bother to weigh what he was selling to the recipients of the blanket invitation he sent out.


Look people, I know it’s tough out there for all of us. G.W. Shrub did us all in and it will take many, many years of hard work to turn around the fiasco that he has wrought upon us…


Some of us are really trying, and perhaps these two people’s intentions were pure… perhaps… but guess what… DO NOT FUCKING SPAM ME ON THE SITES I FREQUENT!


Bottom line…


Here is my definition of Spam gear emails… I want you to take those pieces of gear you have for sale that you are about to add my name to the list of 100 others that you are about to send out and weigh it against this checklist…


See how far it holds up…


1) Begin by taking a look at the gear in my pictures in the Rubber Asylum Group… Does the gear you are trying to hock me even come close?

2) Put your gear on… does it feel inescapable? Does it look inescapable? If I slathered ½ a bottle of liquid heat of your balls would you be able to break those petty strips of leather holding the laughable d-ring at the end of the sleeves in an attempt to cease your suffering?

3) Does it have grommets that lace with shoestring, and is not a hood, shoe or boot?

4) Does the word “Molded” come in to play, and it is not a hood, glove, sheath, or bootie?

5) Remember the basic rule… Good rubber can tear if treated very roughly, good leather Won’t


Beyond that, if you are selling a hard ridden T-age for 100.00 and think of my name first… well I guess I can accept the email then… heh…


With that visiting time is over and the guards grow antsy…

Take care, and what ever you do don't scream too loud, others are trying to sleep

Rubberasylum

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