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An Explanation

Posted in Uncategorized on October 18, 2013 by Xajow

I know. Some of you are wondering why of late I have not written more about D/s and of dirty imaginings. I know this because those kinds of posts are always the most popular posts for those who read Liberate One posts. (No, there is no word yet on which posts here are favored by those who do not read Liberate One posts.) Anyway, I feel I owe you, O readers, an explanation. I will try to do this briefly and clearly, but outside of that I make no promises. Continue reading

Instant Replay in the NFL

Posted in Uncategorized on October 13, 2013 by Xajow

I much do dislike the way the NFL uses instant replay. It slows the game down and and is used so often now that sports commentators now feel they need to tell me when the instant replay rules do not apply. Continue reading

Yes, October Is Here, and So Am I

Posted in Uncategorized on October 9, 2013 by Xajow

I know, I know. You’re grateful to upset at me for my being so selfish and not blathering on about sharing my idiotic nonsense vast wealth of wisdom with you. Well, I am here now. Though this post will be brief. Continue reading

What I Am

Posted in Uncategorized on July 15, 2013 by Xajow

Okay, the post is gone. To those who offered kind words, thank you.

Just Another Selfish Rant

Posted in Uncategorized on June 27, 2013 by Xajow

This post has been deleted. If you came here looking for the rant, you missed it. It was not worth reading anyway.

It’s the Spending, Stupid

Posted in Economics, Explanation, Government, In the News, Politics, Taxes, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on December 3, 2012 by Xajow

There is a lot of talk going on about the “fiscal cliff” and raising taxes. What few if any in the U.S. government seem to be willing to say is that this notion that Congress needs to take this so-called “balanced approach” to solving the problem of debt caused by Congress’s excessive spending, is a lot of nonsense. The government does not need more revenue. What it needs is to cut spending. And putting a lot of weight on the tax revenue side of things is not balanced at all. It is unbalanced, but it is also an attempt to misdirect the attention of the people. Continue reading

What I Would Rather Have Said

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on October 4, 2012 by Xajow

I just had to apologize to someone because I dared to ask when a project that affects my job (in a significant way) was going to be done. The reply to my initial request carried the polite but annoyed tone that indicated answering my request was a pain because I had no business asking about the project in the first place. Mind you, I had to make the request twice before I got any reply at all. So I played nice-nice and apologized to smooth things over. The last thing I need is people more annoyed with me. But that is not what I wanted to say. Continue reading

One of My Pet Peeves

Posted in Uncategorized on October 2, 2012 by Xajow

Yes, I am going to complain about something. Now is your chance to flee. You have been warned. Continue reading


Posted in Uncategorized on September 14, 2012 by Xajow

Dear reader, I know you are yearning for my words. Unfortunately other obligations and my mood have been nonconducive to producing posts for this blog. But I will be making a few posts over the next week or two. They may be sparse, but posted they will be.

Next week, I will be out of town but I will bring an old laptop with me, and will hopefully post a few comments. Not about my trip, mind you. That would only bore you, as it is neither BDSM nor politics related.

And as we head into October, I may be rather busy during the month with a local project (again, neither BDSM nor politics related).

So now you know. And knowing is half the battle. Whatever the f— that means.

What the Hell?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on August 20, 2012 by Xajow

Some people are way too strict. Apparently a valedictorian is not being allowed to have her diploma, because said “hell” in her valedictorian speech. Continue reading