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However, I myself would not recommend The Watchmen--it is old; it is nihilistic; and it contains buckets of bad language and graphic violence, including a bare-ass rape scene--unless you have a collection that caters to older readers or are determined to collect as many titles in the "Life Sucks and Then You Die" genre as possible.
Shock a word you may consider dead, dead and empty as these bare shelves, as bare-ass dead as Homewood avenue appears somedays when you view it from the corner of Frankstown, a kind of stranger returning to your mother's house to finish your nasty book and gaze down the dead length of a body you made love to many years before but that was then and now is different, the lover's gone, gone, and yes it's a shock dead, and another shock when this lifeless thing quickens and courses through your body, busy groping inside you, touching, arousing you again, shocking, yes, a palpable current thrilling, twitches of fire and ice, of pleasure and pain too tangled and simultaneous to tell which is which.
Macy) ensure the characters hold on to some self-respect - even when they're bare-ass naked.
After a weak mock tourist-promo introduction to fictive Bull Mountain, Alaska (pic was actually shot in British Columbia) -- which mostly serves to note that its late founder liked to ski drunk and bare-ass nekkid -- things look up briefly as protag Rick (Jason London) thrillingly zips down the 8,000 foot mountain on his board.
In the bedroom he's asleep with his intelligent wife, in his living room he's rolling around with some bare-ass girl, in the library he's paying his taxes, in the yard he's raising tomatoes and in the cellar he's making a bomb to blow it all up.