I have no idea what to title this. Ranting. That's what it is.  

regimental_kilt 39M
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10/12/2005 5:56 am

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I have no idea what to title this. Ranting. That's what it is.


And now I have almost no idea what to put in here. I had ideas at work, but three hours of sleep and my usual brain flatulence has done them in.

Don't think of me as skinny. Think of me as a self-propelled penis with an elegantly minimalist life support system.

Oh yeah, after letting this window stew for a few minutes whilst I wandered blogland, I remembered something. Now I hurt. Basically, I had a nice little splash of cold water to the social assumptions, in the form of a reminder of the prudery that lies in so many american hearts.

One of my female coworkers brought in some sort of romance/mystery novel. With a blowjob sequence in it. Which she shared with the newer, non-troll, new girl. Which caused much giggling and blushing, which got two other guys involved, more giggling and blushing, one ran away (almost literally - a little teasing and he removed himself). At which point I come over to hear "Most women don't do that" repeated several times by newer new girl. Now I may be a normal, but most of the girls I've found myself with would do that, even volunteered to do that, and the one that didn't responded pretty well to excessive whining and sulking. ALong with threats of me withholding my servicing her in like manner, which she expected of me (I'll save that for a later rant). So I'm left to wonder what the odds are of me finding many girls in a row who did that.

Assuming a 50-50 split among do's and dont's, thats one over 2 to the power of previous girlfriends. FOr example, going 3 back, that's one out of eight. Four back, one out of 16. Methinks this is not the case. Is it just the ones that don't are louder? Maybe the ones that do have their mouths full and happy boys keeping quiet so as not to arouse the ire, envy, and lustful attentions of the boys who are with the ones who don't. Is the puritanicals streak in the US really that frickin' strong? That saddens me.

Political moment: Neocons, campaigners for a christian america, etc, leave now. Or be abused by my clever, mispelled replies, such as "suk my bawls, reetard" when you try to educate me with your platitudes and specious arguments. A girl I met on another dating site, which has been letting me down for the past two months (one sometimes phone caller), sent me a pile of emails about how america was founded by christians and (unsaid) white people, and how all these fricking immigrants should just shut up and turn themselves into clones of joe average, midwestern moron. Including one that said somethhing along the lines of 86% of americans are christian (I think that may be inflated, although catholic breeding practices may account for it), so the other 14% should just shut and deal with it, because the US was founded by christian white men, yadda yadda, cultural identity, yadda yadda, etc.

What's interesting to me is the idea that the christian majority should be in control, how the government should run on 'biblical principles' (*snicker* Read everything about the 'righteous' Lot, including the part where he offers his daughters to be gangraped in exchange for some quiet time to kiss ass). Now it seems to me our basic, quintessential, american identity was that of immigrants who fled religious persecution at the hands of religious majorities who wanted things their way. Puritans, lutherans, quakers and shakers, etc. So what does this say about people who use 'traditional' american values, (most of which date to the same period in the 1950s where we had to fight the insurgence of women in the workplace by religious, commie hating, get in the kitchen bitch, fervor. Yes, vastly, absurdly oversimplifed.) to argue for something that is decidedly against the sentiments the country was founded upon.By the way - 'Under god' in the pledge? 1954. Shortly after we stopped doing the 'nazi salute' to recite the pledge. Fucking knights of columbus. Only fifty years old, and we can still fix it.

Okeys done with that. I just think some of these people should read their washington, jefferson, and franklin, who would probably feel like smacking them one upside the head for their views.

areugame4 46M

10/12/2005 8:11 am

Jewell says thankyou!!!!!


areugame4 46M

10/12/2005 8:20 am

Was just corrected by Sassy that I had forgotton to mention her... So Thankyou to Sassy fur providing the coupons to enable our clippers to work!!!!!


rm_rsp54 58F
531 posts
10/12/2005 9:03 am

Your blog is most enjoyable. I can really process what you are saying. My husband left me for jesus. I kid you not!! It's nice to know you, Rose


saddletrampsk 54F

10/12/2005 9:03 am

Thank God I live in a country where pot is almost legal..


regimental_kilt 39M
15 posts
10/12/2005 1:38 pm

Thanks Rose. Is there maybe a country song in there? "Jesus took my husband, and all this kneeling isn't working". "And my dogma got run over by my karma". I can almost hear Patsy Cline singing it in the back of my head, but methinks the speaker has blown out.


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