The 21st Century love goddess called Casey James offering birthday greetings to Balladeer’s Blog.
Yes, Balladeer’s Blog turns FIVE years old today! Thank you to the beautiful Casey James who took time out from stealing hearts and kicking butts to wish my site a Happy Birthday!
For some announcements and a lot MORE pics of the incredibly lovely Casey read on: Continue reading
The goddess called SaRenna Lee was nice enough to send along this anniversary pic!
SaRenna Lee is well known as a goddess come to life – sort of a physical incarnation of humanity’s collective notions of beauty, wit and charm. She’s also been wonderful enough to grace Balladeer’s Blog with another shoutout, this time in honor of my fourth anniversary! Thank you to a terrific lady who is basically an atomic-level Marilyn Monroe!
We all know how hard it is to do selfies like this so nobody better say anything impolite! Continue reading
Kayla Kleevage’s shoutout was one of the highlights of the past year!
Has it been four years already? This kind shoutout from the maddeningly sexy Kayla Kleevage last August was one of the highlights of the past twelve months! Thank all of you for sticking with me and for being strong enough individuals that you don’t leave in a huff the minute you come across something that offends you! Continue reading
Renaissance woman and supermodel Casey James once again demonstrates her versatility! Not only is she Balladeer’s Blog’s Official Movie Hostess, but she’s also my Official Gothic Horror Presenter and now is trying on the role of Mail Woman for Balladeer’s Blog.
The tough and seductive Casey will be generously presiding over my periodic posts like this where I will answer frequently-asked questions – including very hostile ones – from the emails that are sent to me.
EMAIL: What r u – some kind of Satanist or something? Continue reading
Thank you once again to Balladeer’s Blog’s Official Movie Hostess, Casey James! It’s no secret that Casey is one of the most desired women on the planet but she was kind enough to take a break from stealing the hearts of her countless admirers to help present another look at bad and weird movies.
THE SECRET OF DORIAN GRAY (1970) – A terrific idea was blown in this hilariously flawed attempt to adapt Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray to swinging 60’s London. Helmut Berger, who was sort of a Continue reading