Monday, 23 October 2017

Adult Baby Creates Adult Baby Nursery in Thailand

Here's another found gem of bizarreness.  I give you the world of Adult Babies.  Here at Sinical, we like to inform and enlighten. Was that redundant?  Yes.  Yes it was.

Vice spoon-feeds us :


Baby Bunnykins is a 56-year-old adult baby, meaning he has paraphilic infantilism—a condition characterized by the uncontrollable desire to wear diapers and act and be treated like a baby. Born in London, Baby Bunnykins devoted much of his life to traveling the world studying Buddhism, and was a monk for 12 years before settling in Thailand, where he recently founded the Thai Adult Baby Nursery. Manchildren from around the globe flock to this toddler Shangri-La for the chance to unleash their inner baby without fear or shame, to be cared for 24/7 by an in-house nanny, to sleep in a crib, be bathed, fed, snuggled, and showered with unbridled love and attention as if they were once again new to this world. To many Baby Bunnykins is seen as the Mother Teresa of the adult baby community, famed as an advocate for mommyless ABs everywhere.

VICE: So when did the bitty baby wealize he loved wearing diapy wipies?

Baby Bunnykins: I started stealing diapers off clotheslines when I was 12. The first time I had the urge I was walking home from school and passed by a stroller with a diaper inside it. I didn’t really know why I wanted it, but I grabbed the diaper and ran off. I hid it in some linen in my bedroom, and would take it out whenever I was alone.

And what did the little baby do next?

When I was 16 I moved away from home to Australia, and with my newfound freedom I became more adventurous. I hired a seamstress to make baby clothing costumes for me, and would buy adult diapers to wear around the house and under my pants while in public. But I didn’t know anyone else who did this, so I was very confused—I knew I was interested in girls, but I also wanted to be a baby. I felt completely alone.

And when did bitty Baby Bunnykins find out he wasn’t the only one?

In about ‘85 I found a magazine in a sex shop with photos of men and cute girls in diapers, and women in nurses and nanny uniforms. I thought ahh! and bought four copies. There was an ad in the mag for an organization called DPF, which was promoting the scene in America. I joined and they sent me books, clothing, and the contacts for other ABs, and through DPF I formed some great friendships.

The wittle baby made friendsie-wendsies?

Yes, I met a mistress friend who would bring me to fetish parties. I’d dress in a romper suit and she’d wheel me there in a big baby buggy. Through her I met a nanny who would take me to the movies and bottle-feed me in the theater. I’d pay $100 for a couple hours but we’d end up spending the whole day together just because she enjoyed being with me. She had a three-year-old son and she’d sit me on the floor with him and say “All right, play.” It was great.

So what is a normal day like for my wittly cutie pie?

I live in Thailand with my mommy, who is my girlfriend, and a live-in nanny. I work as a kindergarten teacher, so I come home from work every day and the nanny bathes me in my special blue bathtub, and afterward she’ll powder me, put my diaper on, and put me in the crib for a nap. Then nanny wakes me up and changes my diaper, gives me a bottle, and I sit and watch TV and play with toys, or she sticks me in the playpen. My mommy comes home around 8 PM.

Do you make pee pee and poo poo in your diapy?

I do, but I don’t do number two all the time. I will occasionally just to give the nanny something to do.

Does this make the baby get all sexy wexy?

It’s not really about that. I don’t get sexually aroused by the nanny at all. When she bathes me my willy stays down. When mommy does it, it goes up, but I have a strong sexual attraction to my mommy. To be truthful, sex isn’t that important to me. I was a virgin until I was 38. I dated girls, but I was so screwed up with wanting to be a baby that no relationship lasted very long.

And does mommy love taking care of her bad little boy?

With the nanny the caretaking is more clinical, but with mommy everything is done with love—tickles, blowing on my tummy, changing my diaper, lightly slapping my bottom, putting me over her knee and saying I’m a naughty boy—all the nice things a mother would do to her baby.

What’s the sexy wexy like between mommy and baby?

The only way I can have sex is thinking about baby things. It’s weird, I realize, but mommy accepts that. I suck on her tits while we have sex, baby talk, things like that.

Has the big boy ever wondered why he wants to be an itty bitty baby?

I had a traumatizing childhood, so I link that to the reasons why I want to be nurtured and loved. I used to think all ABs were wounded as children like I was, but I’ve spoken to many people who had an amazing childhood and still ended up an adult baby.

Traumatizing how?

My mother was a prostitute in London in the 50s. As an infant, social services took me from her. I was placed in a children’s home and at four a couple adopted me. I didn’t like them; they weren’t child friendly and were very violent, and I was verbally and physically abused by my father. I got out as soon as I turned 16.

A common criticism of the fetish is that all ABs are pedophile wedophiles.

I just ignore that. Being an AB is about being involved with your own inner child, nothing else.

Why did the witty baby start the Thai Adult Baby Nursery last year?

I just see so many babies missing out—they want a mommy and someone to look after them, but they can’t find it. I wanted to offer babies somewhere to come that wasn’t too expensive, where they could really experience being a baby. A lot of people do things like this in the West, but they charge $300 or $400 for a couple hours. What we offer includes a fully equipped nursery, and a full-time nanny who stays with you all day until bedtime, who will even check your diaper in the middle of the night, all for $200 a day. I’m never going to get rich from it, but it’s a labor of love.

Read the rest at Vice Magazine: LOOK WHO’S TALKING - BABY BUNNYKINS - Viceland Today

Eh.  I've had weirder friends.  Check out this clip from National Geographic's Taboo for more Paraphilic infantilism :

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Austrian Man Allowed To Wear Pastafarian Headgear For License

Remember when I posted about the sighting of the Flying Spaghetti Monster not too long ago?  I didn't think so.  It was an article that explained how Pastafarianism was the atheist's answer to creationism.  A man in Austria recently won the right to exercise his faith by wearing a  colander on his head during his license photo.

Niko Alm seeks global recognition of Pastafarianism

The BBC likes it al dente :

An Austrian atheist has won the right to be shown on his driving-licence photo wearing a pasta strainer as "religious headgear".

Niko Alm first applied for the licence three years ago after reading that headgear was allowed in official pictures only for confessional reasons.  Mr Alm said the sieve was a requirement of his religion, pastafarianism.  Later a police spokesman explained that the licence was issued because Mr Alm's face was fully visible in the photo.  "The photo was not approved on religious grounds. The only criterion for photos in driving licence applications is that the whole face must be visible," said Manfred Reinthaler, a police spokesman in Vienna.  He was speaking on Wednesday, after Austrian media had first reported Mr Alm's reason for wearing the pasta strainer.  After receiving his application the Austrian authorities had required him to obtain a doctor's certificate that he was "psychologically fit" to drive.  According to Mr Reinthaler, "the licence has been ready since October 2009 - it was not collected, that's all there is to it".

The idea came into Mr Alm's noodle three years ago as a way of making a serious, if ironic, point.

A self-confessed atheist, Mr Alm says he belongs to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, a light-hearted, US-based faith whose members call themselves pastafarians.

A medical interview established the self-styled "pastafarian" was mentally fit to drive

NPR adds the meat sauce :

The AFP reports that Alm now wants to apply for "Pastafarianism to become an officially recognised faith in Austria."

If you want more, Alm detailed his fight on his blog. (We've linked to Google's English)

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Reefer Madness Part Deux

Didn't I just recently post that many leaders of the world wrote a report that the drug war is failing?  Yes.  Yes, I did.  Although I don't necessarily advocate the decriminalization of all drugs, I do advocate some reefer.  I mean really.  It gives people the munchies.  Americans are worried about our economy and the national debt.  Quit prosecuting potheads.  That should save at least a billion dollars or so... and think about the stimulus to the economy when Twinkie sales increase.

Anyways, Washington's back to it's weed hating ways.

You're doing it wrong. passes the fatty :

by Brian_Anderson on Thursday, Jul 14, 2011

Well, tough break for the green team, and for countless Americans who may stand to benefit from the potential therapeutic properties of medicinal herb. From the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s 2011 National Drug Control Strategy, released Monday:

The science, though still evolving in terms of long-term consequences, is clear: marijuana use is harmful. Independent from the so called “gateway effect” — marijuana on its own is associated with addiction, respiratory and mental illness, poor motor performance, and cognitive impairment, among other negative effects. . .

That is why no major medical association has come out in favor of smoked marijuana for widespread medical use. For example, the American Cancer Society, American Glaucoma Foundation, National Pain Foundation, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and other medical societies are not in favor of smoked “medical” marijuana. The American Medical Association has called for more research on the subject, with the caveat that this "should not be viewed as an endorsement of state-based medical cannabis programs, the legalization of marijuana, or that scientific evidence on the therapeutic use of cannabis meets the current standards for a prescription drug product.” 

The sky is falling, according to the 108-page White House report, which maintains marijuana’s long-standing Schedule I classification alongside heroin, MDMA, DMT, LSD, peyote, psilocybin, and others. Cocaine, PCP and oxycodone, for comparison’s sake, are all less menacing, Schedule II substances.

Recreational marijuana use is at an eight-year high. Among high school students surveyed last year in Monitoring the Future, a rolling University of Michigan study of the “behaviors, attitudes, and values” of American adolescents and young adults, daily use increased “significantly.” One in 11 users will become addicted – one in six, should dabbling begin during adolescence. Marijuana was behind 376,000 “emergency department” responses throughout the country in 2009. And “confusing messages” advanced by entertainers, the media and medicinal advocates only compound the scourge, the “false notion” that weed is harmless, the push for the drug’s wholesale commercialization.

God save us.

In his inauguration address, President Obama spoke of restoring science “to its rightful place.” That was great and, however vague, had a nice ring to it that cold morning. (He’s actually making good on the promise, too. The U.S. Department of Energy’s yearly budget has risen from $4.4 billion to $26.3 billion between 2008 and 2010.) A year later, on the control/enforcement end of the spectrum, Attorney General Eric Holder signaled a sea change from the big-screen, bust-‘em-up dispensary raids of the Bush era. The administration would now dissuade federal prosecutors from hunting down those growers, suppliers, and users in compliance with their state’s respective medical pot laws. “Our focus will be on people,” Holder said, “organizations that are growing, cultivating, you know, substantial amounts of marijuana and doing so in a way that’s inconsistent with federal and state law.” Maybe the ship of state was beginning its slow turn.

Yet raids still occur, albeit on scales far more reserved. In 2011, NPR, the DEA has raided medical pot shops “in Seattle, West Hollywood and Helena, Montana, all places where the drug is now legal for patients.” Additionally, DEA administrator Michele M. Leonhart filed a letter to quash requests from various groups calling for cannabis Schedule reclassification. Weed “has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States,” she said, and it “lacks accepted safety for use under medical supervision.” The letter was published last Friday in the Federal Register.

So any number of boilerplate beefs could be bandied about here — another year, another “strategy.” More of the same, business as usual at the White House pillory – even though using, or past use, is essentially now a prerequisite for leading a global superpower. Obama and his two immediate predecessors all (sorta) admit to their youthful indiscretions. Fun, honest fact: Abe Lincoln was known for the occasional front-porch burn, his beloved Hohner harmonica singing the high praises of “sweet hemp.”

That Honest Abe was a true patriot.

Read the rest of the article here.

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Space-Time Cloak Possible To Hide Events

Thank god for science.  Physicists are there to help prevent your friends from finding out about that wildebeest you are about to bed in your drunken stupor.

Photograph by Joe McNally, National Geographic

That's what happened to my fiber optic decorative lamp.


National Geographic knows about large animal mating habits :

Richard A. Lovett

for National Geographic News

Published July 11, 2011

It's no illusion: Science has found a way to make not just objects but entire events disappear, experts say.

According to new research by British physicists, it's theoretically possible to create a material that can hide an entire bank heist from human eyes and surveillance cameras.

"The concepts are basically quite simple," said Paul Kinsler, a physicist at Imperial College London, who created the idea with colleagues Martin McCall and Alberto Favaro.

Unlike invisibility cloaks—some of which have been made to work at very small scales—the event cloak would do more than bend light around an object.

(Also see "Acoustic 'Invisibility' Cloaks Possible, Study Says.")

Instead this cloak would use special materials filled with metallic arrays designed to adjust the speed of light passing through.

In theory, the cloak would slow down light coming into the robbery scene while the safecracker is at work. When the robbery is complete, the process would be reversed, with the slowed light now racing to catch back up.

If the "before" and "after" visions are seamlessly stitched together, there should be no visible trace that anything untoward has happened. One second there's a closed safe, and the next second the safe has been emptied.

Event Cloak "Fun" but Challenging

The concept of an event cloak "is definitely an interesting idea and great fun," said invisibility researcher Ulf Leonhardt, a physicist at the University of St. Andrews in the U.K. who wasn't part of the study team.

Steve Cummer, a cloaking specialist at Duke University, calls the concept "interesting and exciting," but he thinks that actually making such a cloak would be "really, really challenging."

"All of the material parameters need to be time-varying in a very specific way," Cummer said by email.

Currently, nobody knows how to do that except in fiber optics, in which the speed of a signal can be varied by a few percent by changing the intensity of the light. (Related: "Nobel Prize in Physics Goes to 'Masters of Light.'")

"You can use an intense control beam to slow a signal down," Kinsler said. In that way, an event occurring inside a fiber optic cable—such as an electrical signal moving from "on" to "off"—could be hidden from view.

"You would see the fiber, but some event occurring in the fiber could be cloaked," he said. Such a proof of concept, he added, could be possible within a few years.

(Related: "Long-Distance Quantum Message May Advance Code Making, Code Breaking.")

So, that's how David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear!

Read the whole article here.


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