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Mesmerizing Women Toplist is reborn, yay! [Jul. 28th, 2009|03:11 pm]
So, my mesmerizing women toplist got killed in early June, due to asshole spammer/phisher/hacker types screwing up my webhost enough they suspended my account and only put it back up without the toplist.

So i've set it up again on websitetoolbox's topsite hosting tool. Unfortunately i have no way of getting the data from my old sql database over to the new toplist, so it has to start from scratch. i'll try to contact the former members, but i won't be able to find all the old sites.

But please, any female run, female oriented site, not neccessarily femdom, or hypnosis related, please sign up! It's a sort of appreciation of all strong, smart, confident women.

The new address is:
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i meant to mention this the other day! please go here [Jul. 27th, 2009|10:56 pm]
please go visit this beautiful, touching memorial to the lovely Jessie Kitty. It is being designed and kept by Kara/Bianca, who, like me, loved Jessie dearly. It's still being worked on, but do stop in and look around, and drop a comment in the guestbook. Some memory of Jessie or whatever. Thanks.

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Piece by Bill Maher that's so good i wanted to share it here! [Jul. 27th, 2009|07:36 pm]
New Rule: Not Everything in America Has to Make a Profit

by Bill Maher

How about this for a New Rule: Not everything in America has to make a profit. It used to be that there were some services and institutions so vital to our nation that they were exempt from market pressures. Some things we just didn't do for money. The United States always defined capitalism, but it didn't used to define us. But now it's becoming all that we are.

Did you know, for example, that there was a time when being called a "war profiteer" was a bad thing? But now our war zones are dominated by private contractors and mercenaries who work for corporations. There are more private contractors in Iraq than American troops, and we pay them generous salaries to do jobs the troops used to do for themselves ­-- like laundry. War is not supposed to turn a profit, but our wars have become boondoggles for weapons manufacturers and connected civilian contractors.

Prisons used to be a non-profit business, too. And for good reason --­ who the hell wants to own a prison? By definition you're going to have trouble with the tenants. But now prisons are big business. A company called the Corrections Corporation of America is on the New York Stock Exchange, which is convenient since that's where all the real crime is happening anyway. The CCA and similar corporations actually lobby Congress for stiffer sentencing laws so they can lock more people up and make more money. That's why America has the world;s largest prison population ­-- because actually rehabilitating people would have a negative impact on the bottom line.

Television news is another area that used to be roped off from the profit motive. When Walter Cronkite died last week, it was odd to see news anchor after news anchor talking about how much better the news coverage was back in Cronkite's day. I thought, "Gee, if only you were in a position to do something about it."

But maybe they aren't. Because unlike in Cronkite's day, today's news has to make a profit like all the other divisions in a media conglomerate. That's why it wasn't surprising to see the CBS Evening News broadcast live from the Staples Center for two nights this month, just in case Michael Jackson came back to life and sold Iran nuclear weapons. In Uncle Walter's time, the news division was a loss leader. Making money was the job of The Beverly Hillbillies. And now that we have reporters moving to Alaska to hang out with the Palin family, the news is The Beverly Hillbillies.

And finally, there's health care. It wasn't that long ago that when a kid broke his leg playing stickball, his parents took him to the local Catholic hospital, the nun put a thermometer in his mouth, the doctor slapped some plaster on his ankle and you were done. The bill was $1.50, plus you got to keep the thermometer.

But like everything else that's good and noble in life, some Wall Street wizard decided that hospitals could be big business, so now they're run by some bean counters in a corporate plaza in Charlotte. In the U.S. today, three giant for-profit conglomerates own close to 600 hospitals and other health care facilities. They're not hospitals anymore; they're Jiffy Lubes with bedpans. America's largest hospital chain, HCA, was founded by the family of Bill Frist, who perfectly represents the Republican attitude toward health care: it's not a right, it's a racket. The more people who get sick and need medicine, the higher their profit margins. Which is why they're always pushing the Jell-O.

Because medicine is now for-profit we have things like "recision," where insurance companies hire people to figure out ways to deny you coverage when you get sick, even though you've been paying into your plan for years.

When did the profit motive become the only reason to do anything? When did that become the new patriotism? Ask not what you could do for your country, ask what's in it for Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

If conservatives get to call universal health care "socialized medicine," I get to call private health care "soulless vampires making money off human pain." The problem with President Obama's health care plan isn't socialism, it's capitalism.

And if medicine is for profit, and war, and the news, and the penal system, my question is: what's wrong with firemen? Why don't they charge? They must be commies. Oh my God! That explains the red trucks!

© 2009 Huffington Post
Bill Maher, host of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher airs live tonight at 10pm
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pilfered from the gorgeous SolarCorona [Jul. 12th, 2009|08:42 am]
[ ] I am shorter than 5'4".
[x] I think I'm ugly sometimes.
[ ] have many scars.
[ ] I tan easily.
[x] I wish my hair was a different color.
[ ] I have friends who have never seen my natural hair color.
[ ] I have a tattoo.
[x] I am self-conscious about my appearance.
[x] I had braces.
[x] I wear glasses. (sometimes)
[x] I would get plastic surgery if it were 100% safe, free of cost, and scar-free.
[ ] I've been told I'm attractive by a complete stranger.
[ ] I have more than 2 piercings.
[ ] I have piercings in places besides my ears.
[ ] I have freckles.

[x] I've sworn at my parents.
[ ] I've run away from home.
[ ] I've been kicked out of the house.
[x] My biological parents are together.
[ ] I have a sibling less than one year old.
[ ] I want to have kids someday.
[ ] I've had children.
[ ] I've lost a child.

[ ] I've slipped out a "lol" in a spoken conversation.
[x] Disney movies still make me cry.
[ ] I've peed from laughing.
[x] I've snorted while laughing.
[x] I've laughed so hard I've cried.
[ ] I've glued my hand to something
[ ] I've laughed till some kind of beverage came out of my nose.
[ ] I've had my trousers rip in public.

[x] I'm single.
[ ] I'm in a relationship.
[ ] I'm engaged.
[ ] I'm married.
[ ] I've gone on a blind date.
[ ] I've been the dumpee more than the dumper.
[x] I miss someone right now.
[x] I have a fear of abandonment.
[ ] I've cheated in a relationship.
[ ] I've gotten divorced.
[x] I've had feelings for someone who didn't have them back.
[ ] I've told someone I loved them when I didn't.
[ ] I've told someone I didn't love them when I did.
[x] I've kept something from a past relationship.

[ ] I've had a crush on someone of the same sex.
[x] I've had a crush on a teacher.
[x] I am a cuddler.
[ ] I've been kissed in the rain.
[ ] I've hugged a stranger. [I hate to be touched by strangers]
[ ] I have kissed a stranger.

[x] I've done something I promised someone else I wouldn't.
[x] I've done something I promised myself I wouldn't.
[ ] I've snuck out of my house.
[x] I have lied to my parents about where I am.
[x] I am keeping a secret from the world.
[x] I've cheated while playing a game. (pc games mostly)
[ ] I've cheated on a test.
[x] I've been suspended from school.

[x] I've consumed alcohol.
[ ] I regularly drink.
[ ] I can't swallow pills.
[x] I can swallow about 5 pills at a time no problem.
[ ] I have been diagnosed with clinical depression.
[x] I shut others out when I'm upset.
[ ] I take anti-depressants.
[ ] I have\had anorexic or bulimic tendencies or have\had EDNOS tendencies
[x] I've slept an entire day when I didn't need it.
[ ] I've hurt myself on purpose.
[ ] I'm addicted to self harm
[x] I've woken up crying.
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They has no idea! (yeah there's more than one...) [Jul. 12th, 2009|08:02 am]
If there is someone on your friends list you would like to take, strip naked, tie them to a bed post, lick them until they scream, then fuck them until both of you are senseless and unable to fuck anymore, then wait about five minutes and do it all over again, then post this exact sentence in *your* journal
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RIP Jessie Kitty [May. 13th, 2009|10:05 pm]
[mood |depresseddepressed]

i just learned tonight that a beautiful, special, amazing friend whom i love deeply passed away on May 10, 2009. i wanted to post a few of the poems and stuff that i made for Her over the years. She was always true to Herself, and it made me love Her all the more.

i wrote this one first, 8/19/2001


When i first saw Her
my breath got caught
i just sat and stared

Her eyes so large
So bright and entrancing
the greatest shade of green

Her lips, full and pouty
my thoughts drifted to kissing
i imagine it's heavenly

Her hair is deep black
with a lovely sheen
like a midnight sky

Her skin so pale and perfect
like white marble, a work of art
a statue of Aphrodite, come to life

Yet within this perfection
a special, passionate Human
thrives, lives, breathes

She's gone through adversity
enough to crush most
Yet She goes on, stronger than ever

Silvery Moon - 8/28/2001

This was a jewel case i made for a CD i burnt for Her of songs that made me think of Her, also back in 2001.

And i did this last one just last year, when She was down about some stuff. so i tried to cheer Her.

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sooo, i think someone believes me to be a large woman... [May. 8th, 2009|08:45 pm]
[mood |amusedamused]

i've gotten 2 anonymous comments the last couple days, both terribly clever. The first called me a "stupid whore" and the second was the brilliant "The cat's in a better place away from a selfish 300lb bitch like yourself."

Now, aside from the fact i only weigh 230lbs, which is still way more than i'd like, the calling of whore and bitch makes me wonder if this brain donor believes i'm a female, perhaps because i comment and talk to so many Domina's here, they believe i'm one too and that's brought on the childish harrassment?

Ah well, they can continue if they like but i felt it only polite to make clear i'm a 35 year old guy who just happens to be a male submissive and so i'm into FemDom, thus my contact with and interest in so many Domina's journals.

i did of course set my comments to be screened now, so no one else needs to be exposed to the brain donor's remarks. But feel free to continue the name-calling, i'm terribly interested to see if the insults get any smarter, or if they'll stick to the 3rd grade level. :)
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Writer's Block: Heart to Heart [Feb. 15th, 2009|09:51 pm]
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Valentine's Day: love it or hate it?

Hate it. never been involved on V-day. But i dont care for the forced romance on 1 day, instead of spontaneous romance through out the year.
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my Loki is gone [Nov. 19th, 2008|10:01 am]
i just got home from putting him to sleep. he'd stopped eating. he couldnt fight any more. just wanted you all to know. thank you all for the kind words in recent days. it may be a while before im actively online again.
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A very personal topic that is important to me [Nov. 16th, 2008|09:21 am]
On a very personal note, i'm posting an announcement of a documentary airing in December, that has a very personal connection for me as it's about my cousin and his son. i'll warn you all now, that it is a heart-wrenching story, so don't watch it if you're already down. i just came home last night from it's first screening in the st louis area at the "st louis international film festival", seeing it with 24 family members, many of whom are in the film, though i am not. i couldn't handle being interviewed at the time and even now i tear up thinking about it. But it's a very important issue, to me and i think most civilized people, so please give it a try if you have access to MSNBC, or if it is showing at a theatre near you.

North American Television Premiere:
Sunday, December 7, 2008 - 9 PM: MSNBC

The movie's website is below, and it lists locations where the film can be seen, and it will soon be out on DVD also.

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