2013 (or, Here we go again!)

Ho, ho, ho!  Happy New Year!

Now I certainly do not want to rain on your Rose Parade, but…

All that happened was this little ball of dirt we call home completed another circuit around the sun.  Hooray.

We are celebrating Cosmic Nascar.   And Mercury just lapped us again.

Oh Bother!  (Yes, bother. Didn’t you read the classics when you were a kid?)

However, I am a not fussy man.  Not like Old Uncle Bloggsy, who has his own blog; http://www.newberry.org/book-fair-blog.  He puts the “mudge” in curmudgeon.

2012 was full of memorable events.  Some of which filled me with joy, others that left me sobbing by the side of the road.  Nevertheless, it was ride not to be missed.  Now that I think of it, perhaps New Year doesn’t come from a bottle.  And the true meaning of New Year is something much more.  It is a reference point.  And any scientist will tell you, reference points are most important.  This is a time when we traditionally look at ourselves and assess the good and the bad.

So how did you do?

Dr Tim’s year was a bit extreme.  I sunk as low as a man could go.  Went into isolation.  Hell looked like Heaven after what I was going through.  And it burned.  I had my soul hammered on the anvils of Hell.  My thoughts, principles, ethics and life were in balance.  And I almost let go.  Would have been easy too.  No more pain, no more suffering, no more darn alarm clocks.  Death has always fascinated me.  When my first wedding became known folks commented that it was like “Edgar Allen Poe marrying Sylvia Plath.”  There no longer seemed to be a point.

But then that old spark lit up my brain like the Fourth of July.  Seems as though I am made of some pretty stern stuff.  I remembered who I was; I was me the whole time.  Imagine my surprise.  Found my reference point, re-anchored and came out the other side.  Singed, but shining.  Told you that reference points were important.

And how I laughed as Kathy Griffin kept trying to give Anderson Cooper a blowjob on CNN.  She slips down to her knees very easily, if you catch my drift.  Suddenly I am much more attracted to her!

2013, how ya doing?  Not sure what you have in store for me, but in the words of a famous politician, “Bring It On!”

Oh yes, be sure to love and always use your Official Doc Johnson Toys and Lubes!  After all, if I am sticking around, Daddy needs to get paid!  (ANME Show next week!  Wait until you see what Doc Johnson is bringing soon to a bedroom near you!)

Real Men Do Cry (Part II)

It has been a year since I posted this: https://quantumcogitation.com/2011/09/11/real-men-do-cry-never-forget/

What have you done since then?

Have you volunteered anywhere, made a donation, been a positive force in the world?  Have you gone out of your way to help anyone?

It is never too late.  Here are some resources for you:




Do you remember?  I do.  There is a lot of pain in our world.  People everywhere need help.  Real help.  It is a never-ending battle for humanity.  Yet some would rather hurt others instead of helping them.  I don’t understand that.

What are you going to do today to make a difference?  And why don’t you do it every day?

Time to not just talk the talk and actually start walking the walk.

I’ll talk to you later.  Right now it is time to do some good…

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Power Flowers!

Happy Valentine’s Day!  Remember, I love YOU and there is nothing you can do about it.

Trade Show Fever (Part Two)

And if the ANME Show was not enough excitement, next came the XBiz Show and with it the XBiz Awards.  That was one amazing night!

Ron Braverman, my Boss, received the Industry Pioneer Award.


The Man, The Legend.

Many of you young folks do not remember back in the 70’s when what we were doing was not considered exactly legal.  Sure, today you can order any type of sex toy from the web (except in a few states) and wham, bam it is at your door.  No, these are the pioneers that stood up and declared that everyone has a right to an orgasm they way they want it!  Much secrecy and hard times a-plenty.  But these folks stood tall and pushed forward.

He was introduced by his son, Chad Bravermen in a truly moving speech.

Chad Bravermen, the next generation.

But Chad was not the only family that was there for Ron.

The Braverman Clan

When the award was announced, the Doc Johnson table went wild!

We are so d-mn proud!

And his smile lasted long after he left the stage.

All smiles!

Remember: He did this for you.  A good 36+ years defending your right to cum as you please.  Standing up to governments trying to make this world a better, more empowered nation of sexually fulfilled people.  Satisfied people are happy people and happy people, well they have no limits, do they?  Ron Braverman fought in the trenches so next time are about to rub one out, dedicate it to Doc Johnson.  Now get out there and win one for the Doc!

It's all for you, Baby. Enjoy.


Trade Show Fever (Part One)

Lordy, Lordy it has been a trade show whirlwind!

If I started talking about everything that happened, we would be here for hours!  So let’s just look at some pretty pictures instead.  (I reserve the right to comment as necessary.)

Beginning with ANME 2012.  The whole team got together for something special!

We May be up to something...

Yep, we have a little bit of something for everyone!  Please, no cat jokes.  Her claws are sharp!

Yes, we were.


She will probably hurt me for this, but then I usually pay extra for that!

Sing along, "Swiss Miss, Dominatrix!"

And where would we be without…

Arrrgh! Avast me hearties!

But it was a wonderful show, we saw so many old friends, made new friends and I did not hear of a single drop of blood being shed.  What we do is exciting because we get to help you get it on!

Ready to help. Because we are just like that.

Happy New Year! (Or, Where are my pants?)

For better or for worse, we made it through another one.

Someone asked me to describe, in one word each, what I wanted to forget from 2011 and what I look forward to in 2012.

My answers were “Nothing” and “Everything.”

Sure 2011 wasn’t an easy run down the bunny slope.  Often I felt like a beginner on a triple black track.  It certainly had its rough spots.

Oh and there was no end to the challenges both personal and professional either!  But as one of my favorite quotations says, “Argue your limitations and sure enough, they are yours.”

As 2011 slowly slips from our memories, let us hope that the lessons learned stick with us a while longer.  2012 should be quite the challenge.

Buckle up its going to be a bumpy ride.

(Oh, I did eventually find my pants.  They were on a wonderful lady and while peeling them off her, well technically I don’t need my pants until Tuesday…)

2012 - The Magic Is Waiting For Us!

Yes, this sort of thing happens in my lab all the time.  Not scary once you get used to it.  We’ll look at new year resolutions later in the week.