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Bad spellers of the world, untie and welcome to my blog!

Peruse this blog and occaisionally you will find references to sex, plus lots of personal whining and radical wing politics that should be good for your soul. As you can see, I now feed a wide range of literary desires . . .

I always get a kick out of viewing my bitter blog’s stats and seeing the search terms that people use to find it. Most of them (99%?) are sex related searches and so I have not put those most commonly used sex terms here … I’d say about 95% of people who search for sex are using one rather bland phrase of ‘hot sex’. A lot of them are also misspelled searches (hot to make a climbing rope?). And I am now getting hundreds of hits a day on my red herring post about hot sex making you fat. This pleases me to no end, because it does indeed seem that they go on to read other entries in the blog.

I guess like many people who think all they want is sex, empty sex in and of itself is just not enough. It’s much more fun to feel wanted and desired. Barring that – it’s more fun to read someone who is intelligent whining on about sex and throwing in a random clit reference here or there for good measure. Then hitting you with the global warming and overpopulation spiel once they’ve softend you up via elevating your libido.

This week’s search term highlights include:

  • tattoo made me depressed
  • rock fall deaths
  • sex pad
  • 5 suck
  • cmbm chamonix
  • hot chicks naked porn
  • fat naked
  • hot blo
  • but sex
  • girl that are real hot and naked
  • finger fucking
  • chinese chew toys
  • animal sex blogs
  • ccc ultramarathon
  • sex à Martigny
  • Bitter Melon sex toy
  • good points about factory farming
  • alternet sex
  • mountain climbing deaths pictures
  • clit nation
  • marco olmo vegan
  • hot to make a climbing rope
  • naked fat men
  • hiking the bitter route mountains
  • epo te quiero lyrics
  • clit bars
  • effect of premarital sex
  • flickr asses
  • epic sex
  • mountain climbing wordpress
  • hot babe race
  • chinese companies who want to export in
  • girl but hot and naked
  • puriel
  • stuff my clit pics
  • remote viewing missing persons madeleine
  • mont blanc dead 2007
  • feeding a dog chicken carcass
  • best kibble all natural all protien
  • vegetables that are gmo
  • sex toy bike
  • marathoner hot

Reading Lists

Just found The Library Thing and this meme.

http://www.librarything.com/tag_allbooks.php?tag=unread 

From the current list of people’s ‘unread’ books on Library Thing, copy the first 100. Bold – the one’s you’ve read, italicize ones you started to read and couldn’t be bothered to finish, cross through ones you read and hated.

I particularly disliked Ayn Rand – thought she was a racist with a superiority complex.

  1. Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell (149)
  2. Anna Karenina (132)
  3. Crime and punishment (121)
  4. Catch-22 (117)
  5. One hundred years of solitude (115)
  6. Wuthering Heights (110)
  7. The Hobbit (104)
  8. Life of Pi : a novel (94)
  9. The name of the rose (91)
  10. Don Quixote (91)
  11. Moby Dick (86)
  12. Ulysses (84)
  13. Madame Bovary (83)
  14. The Odyssey (83)
  15. Pride and prejudice (83)
  16. Jane Eyre (80)
  17. A tale of two cities (80)
  18. The brothers Karamazov (80)
  19. Guns, Germs, and Steel: the fates of human societies (79)
  20. War and peace (78)
  21. Vanity fair (74)
  22. The time traveler’s wife (73)
  23. The Iliad (73)
  24. Emma (73)
  25. The Blind Assassin (73)
  26. The kite runner (71)
  27. Mrs. Dalloway (70)
  28. Great expectations (70)
  29. American gods : a novel (68)
  30. A heartbreaking work of staggering genius (67)
  31. Atlas shrugged (67)
  32. Reading Lolita in Tehran : a memoir in books (66)
  33. Memoirs of a Geisha (66)
  34. Middlesex (66)
  35. Quicksilver (66)
  36. Wicked : the life and times of the wicked witch of the West … (65)
  37. The Canterbury tales (64)
  38. The historian : a novel (63)
  39. A portrait of the artist as a young man (63)
  40. Love in the time of cholera (62)
  41. Brave new world (61)
  42. The Fountainhead (61)
  43. Foucault’s pendulum (61)
  44. Middlemarch (61)
  45. Frankenstein (59)
  46. The Count of Monte Cristo (59)
  47. Dracula (59)
  48. A clockwork orange (59)
  49. Anansi boys : a novel (58)
  50. The once and future king (57)
  51. The grapes of wrath (57)
  52. The poisonwood Bible : a novel (57)
  53. 1984 (57)
  54. Angels & demons (56)
  55. The inferno (56)
  56. The satanic verses (55)
  57. Sense and sensibility (55)
  58. The picture of Dorian Gray (55)
  59. Mansfield Park (55)
  60. One flew over the cuckoo’s nest (54)
  61. To the lighthouse (54)
  62. Tess of the D’Urbervilles (54)
  63. Oliver Twist (54)
  64. Gulliver’s travels (53)
  65. Les misérables (53)
  66. The corrections (53)
  67. The amazing adventures of Kavalier and Clay : a novel (52)
  68. The curious incident of the dog in the night-time (52)
  69. Dune (51)
  70. The prince (51)
  71. The sound and the fury (51)
  72. Angela’s ashes : a memoir (51)
  73. The god of small things (51)
  74. A people’s history of the United States : 1492-present (51)
  75. Cryptonomicon (50)
  76. Neverwhere (50)
  77. A confederacy of dunces (50)
  78. A short history of nearly everything (50)
  79. Dubliners (50)
  80. The unbearable lightness of being (49)
  81. Beloved : a novel (49)
  82. Slaughterhouse-five (49)
  83. The scarlet letter (48)
  84. Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Pu… (48)
  85. The mists of Avalon (47)
  86. Oryx and Crake : a novel (47)
  87. Collapse : how societies choose to fail or succeed (47)
  88. Cloud atlas : a novel (47)
  89. The confusion (46)
  90. Lolita (46)
  91. Persuasion (46)
  92. Northanger abbey (46)
  93. The catcher in the rye (46)
  94. On the road (46)
  95. The hunchback of Notre Dame (45)
  96. Freakonomics : a rogue economist explores the hidden side of… (45)
  97. Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance : an inquiry into … (45)
  98. The Aeneid (45)
  99. Watership Down (44)
  100. Gravity’s rainbow (44)

Its a Living

Paid Jobs I’ve Had

Ice cream cone girl

Horse and carriage driver

Political activist

Newspaper photographer

Newspaper writer

‘Zine writer

Dominatrix

Deli counter meat slicer

Waitress

Sales person

Photo assistant

Copy Camera (giant 20×24 negatives)

B&W custom photo printer

Portrait photographer

Corporate whore photographer

Software programmer

Degrees of Seperation

What do these boys and girls have in common?

Teddy Tett

Theo Gantos

Dick Michigan

Steve Pratten

Wayne Bennett

Doug Spencer

Julio Sims

Justino Walters

Pedro Letria

William Opdyke

Julie Stahly

Phil (Julie’s)

Antonio de Campos Rosado

Prexy Nesbitt

Paul Graham Hayward

Waleed Almoussa

Solomzi Bisholo

Francisco Mejia

Mohsen Mohammedzadah

Joanna Brown

Frank Ridgeway

Kurt Nelson

Lee (Paris Dance)

James Crump

Sharon

Tracy Carrol

Jim Colao

David Marine

Michael (Excaliber)

Anastasia Sharp

Patrick Wright

Basia Mielnik

Tim Miller (ACT-UP Chicago)

Scott Mendel

Trisha Ripp

Dena Vanderwal

Marc Spiegler

Jiann Kim

Charlie Cossey

Kieth Merrill

Bill Mosier

Rob Barker

Ernest Mathais

Lance Fisher

Scott Massey

Mary Lou

Sebastien Lanen