This page is almost all tall folks and their short little buddies.
Like these two gigantic powerlifters at left. I don't really know
who they are which is why you see the "mystery men" logo.
Those are guys without their own web page much less a lighting man. Bad anonymous photos buried in giant websites. But I've rescued these sideways, backwards, blurry, grainy guys and polished them for presentation in perpetuity on the pages of BigDonsBoys.com. Languages come and go, countries are forgotten but sexy photos live forever.
Best of all people are taking more photos, digital photos, than ever before. No more wasting film and waiting for things to get developed. And there are more tall guys alive now than ever before. It's the perfect storm for tall men watchers.
As you know, the only use for short people is standing in photos making tall men look even bigger! Oh, and short people can be jockeys. They make good jockeys. Sheesh, the horse does all the work! The rider is essentially ballast. Why do you even need a jockey? The horse knows what to do. Run around in a circle as fast as possible and trip all the other horses. Simple.
If you really want to make a racehorse work just use two giant guys like that in the saddle as jockeys. Both at once! Then we'll see just how tough that racehorse is.
Also on this page is a video trip with dancer/choreographer Maksim Chmerkovskiy of TV's "Dancing with the Stars." He was the partner to lardass Scientologist Kirstie Alley. You know, the one that fell on her fat butt on national TV?
|DANCER MAKSIM CHMERKOVSKIY AT HOME|
6'2" (1.87m) Maksim Chmerkovskiy, of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" hangs around at home with the family. He has a photo gallery right here.
Maksim (Maks) Aleksandrovich Chmerkovskiy (Ukrainian: Максим Олекса́ндрович Чмерковський, born 1980) is a Ukrainian Latin Ballroom dance champion, choreographer, and instructor. He is widely known as one of the professional dancers on the American television series Dancing with the Stars, on which he first appeared in season two. In 4 appearances on the show, Chmerkovskiy made it to the final round four times, with two runner-up and two third place finishes.
Maksim's parents brought him to his first dance class at the age of four. It is well-known fact to those who know him, that if you had asked Maks at 4 what he wanted to be when he grows up, he would have most likely said, an Olympic swimmer or a soccer player. Sports and competition have always run deep in his blood. He is a born athlete. For as long as he can remember, he has trained to be the best. His passion for dance began during his teenage years, when it became such a huge part of his life. Unfortunately, during this time, he was in a skiing accident, which resulted in severe right leg injuries and hospitalization for months. He underwent many surgeries and was constantly monitored by doctors and physical therapists.
Doctors told Maks about his high chance of being handicapped for the remainder of his life. Hearing this, Maks was adamant in proving them wrong. He began rigorous physical therapy and dedicated months of his time to healing. Before long, Maks was back in great shape and started dancing again. Maks invited his doctor to his first competition after the accident. Needless to say, his doctor was speechless. Because of that experience, Maksim learned the importance of dedication and desire to succeed. He understands that success is about what you put into the effort.
The next biggest challenge Maksim had to face was immigrating to America, and the financial and language barriers that came along with the change. The entire Chmerkovskiy family moved to the US to start a new life and give Maks and Val more opportunities. Both of them appreciated the efforts his parents made for their future. They are a very close knit family, whose strength stems from the 50% respect and support they have for each other's success. Now, Maks is still at heart that same determined kid who was willing to give his all to succeed. It defines the man he is today. Fortunately, he did focus on dancing. Maks has grown into being a renowned choreographer, successful business owner, and a national TV celebrity on Dancing With the Stars.
He is the founder of Rising Stars Academy, a dance studio that focused on the youth and their pursuit of Ballroom Dance excellence. He a co-founded Dance With Me Dance Studios with his father, Sasha Chmerkovskiy and long-time family friend, Jhanna Volynets. He also choreographed La Reve in Wynn Las Vegas. But he is most known for being one of the professional dancers in ABC's Dancing With The Stars.
Compared to boxer Nikolai Valuev