We seem to be on a hiatus here in the lions’ den. Mrs. Lion hasn’t brought out a paddle in over thirty days. That is something of a record. I even hinted that the kitchen paddle hasn’t been used in years. That’s why I forgot one is hanging on our refrigerator. It’s true that I haven’t missed setting up the coffee pot in over a month, and I always close the shower door. I’m not so sure whether or not I’ve interrupted or annoyed Mrs. Lion in all that time. The problem for us is that after a while, two weeks or more, we seem to drop out of disciplinary mode. My interest in sex also drops off if our domestic discipline seems to be fading.

Sex is also on hold. The problem there is that I’m trying to find the correct dose of Trimix to produce a solid erection that lasts about an hour. On Tuesday, I think I upped the dose from .1 ml to .13. The results were odd enough for me to question whether I actually injected the right amount. It took nearly twenty minutes for me to get hard. It only took ten minutes on Monday. I had a very good erection that lasted only fifteen minutes. It died in Mrs. Lion’s hand. Today (Wednesday), I’ll go to .15 ml. This is the last injection for the week. We can begin again on Monday.

I haven’t been able to find any day-by-day accounts from other men trying Trimix or other erection-producing injections. The literature is silent about this process. The only information in both prescribing information (for healthcare professionals) and patient information sheets is about risks of priapism (erections lasting over four hours). My urologist told me that this risk is very low for men over forty. She also commented that many older men need a fairly large dose to get good results.

I wondered about that comment after Monday’s rather successful try (My First Trimix Injection — A Boner On Demand). I assumed that a small increase in dosage would result in a harder erection that lasted longer. To my surprise, the second erection was very nice but only lasted about fifteen minutes. Let’s see what today brings. I purchased a lighted magnifier to help me get the right amount of Trimix into the syringe. It will be interesting to see what happens next.

The other day, Thumper of the blog DenyingThumper, wrote a post about his website is included in the dataset used by ChatGPT. He mentioned that our website is also included. There are about 1.5 million websites in that dataset. We are ranked in the top third of the samples. I have no clue how Google, who created the dataset, decided to include specific sites. However, our website is part of the training for that amazing AI product. I am amazed at how well it understands what I ask or tell it. The responses are well-written and always on target. By the way, the next version of the Microsoft Bing search engine will incorporate chatGPT. You will be able to ask complex questions and get good results. I tested the beta version, and it blew me away.

I put the paragraph above into ChatGPT. Here’s What it added:

“It’s incredible to think about how much technology has advanced in recent years. AI products like ChatGPT and the upcoming integration with Bing search are truly amazing feats of engineering and innovation. It’s exciting to think about the ways in which these tools will continue to evolve and improve in the years to come, making our lives easier and more informed than ever before. As we look forward to the future, we can only imagine what other groundbreaking technologies are just around the corner.”


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