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I'd rather be involved in:
Solo, one-on-one sex. 16%
A threesome (with two men for partners) 8%
A threesome (with one man and one woman for partners) 8%
A threesome (with two women for partners) 8%
A gangbang (all males on you) 8%
A gangbang (all females on you) 16%
An orgy (everybody banging, you indulging with males) 0%
An orgy (everybody banging, you indulging with males & females) 0%
An orgy (everybody banging, you indulging with females) 25%
Masturbation 8%

Votes: 12

 I Want A Girl With A Mind Like A Diamond

 Author:  Topic:  Posted:
Jul 26, 2001

Well, it seems that my friend, the buisness manager for our student radio station, is tempting me with the offer of a talk show broadcast over the FM. (Our student radio station, while webcasting 24/7, only broadcasts FM one half of the day, a community station takes the other half.)

I think it'd be a real fun oppertunity, having a 'third way' type such as myself going taking to the airwaves, in contrast to the raging arch-conservatives of commercial talk radio, and the hippy socialist types who infest non-profit radio.

Of course, this is all just hypothetical right now, but right now the raging fantasy part of the process has kicked in gear...


More diaries by Electric Angst
Feeling So Real
Well, let's see what happens...
Break My Body, Hold My Bones.
I'm sick. Fuck Off.
I Guess I'm Just a Sick, Sick Bastard.
Smile Down on Me
Bloody Your Hands on a Cactus Tree...
Oh my Golly!
Mister Macho Man, Is It True?
Lust for Life
No L-O-I-T-E-R-I-N-G Allowed
Ever Fallen in Love With Somone You Shouldn't Have Fallen in Love With?
There She Goes...
You're Older Than You've Ever Been. And now You're Even Older.
34 Cent Stamps.
Wish You Were Here
That girl thinks she's the queen of the neighborhood.
Oh, by the way...
You Know...
-Giving My Goodbye
I'm Gonna Play All Night.
Well I'm Just a Modern Guy...
Run Away.
Something in the Way
The Fact That I Adore You is Just One of My Truths.
It's Over.
Ho boy I'm Fat!
The funny thing is, trhurler lurks and reads this...
The Plan...
Why do I feel good today?
Shit I'm Horny!
Damn damn damn.
Good Day
Much and more...
Let the Bible Belt Come and Save My Soul.
A Query.
I know why Europeans hate Americans...
Ok How I Wish...
Rich Man
Thank Goodness.
Yule is Coming!
Unfettered Boobies
Here We Go...
Dinner Tonight.
You know...

In other news, I think my comments on the Jesus Christ article are pretty cool. This really is a fun place to have arguments. Granted, I don't want to stir up too much negativity, since that seems to have bit me on the ass on other sites.

By the Gods, I just used Anselm of Canterbury to back my arguments. I feel giddy...

So, today gets to be a busy one for me. Go home, work out, wash clothes, finish up the web pages that my boss needs Friday, and generally prepare myself for another weekend of working the bar. A job that I've suddenly realized is much more nessicary than I thought, considering that my parents just informed me that they refuse to help me pay for classes this semester. Suddenly that $945.55 bill is looking a lot steeper...

Yes, I will one day be able to bitch and moan (at my children, neighbors, or whoever else pisses me off) "Damnit! I worked two jobs and put myself through college!" It'll be my nice little argument-escape device, since hard work is the kryptonite of middle-class arguments.

Honestly, though, this bill does have me worried. Assuming I go by the installment plan, I'm going to have to shell out, at the very least, $449.04 by August 15th. Now, given the current state of my finances, there isn't really much hope of that happening. (Well, there is, but it involves pawn shops, generous tippers, and the act of a generous god.)

Right now I'm considering the possibility of dropping this class, and taking up my parent's offer that they pay for a second class on top of the one free class I will be getting in the Spring. After all, I could then even bump myself up to the ranks of a full-time student, with all the rights and priviliges thereof (official membership in student organizations, student pricing at various places, access to the student health center, and student membership to the University gym.)

I'm not totally sure, though, that I'll be able to drop the class (and thusly, the charges), maintain my status as an admitted student, and not be put on academic suspension next semester (or kicked out, due to the relic of a GPA that's still attached to my records.) This basically means that I need to visit the registrar's office, or talk to an academic advisor. Unfortunantly, I've never been really good about that. Hell, if I had gotten off my ass and gone to the Dean of Liberal Arts' office, then I would have been able to change majors, and the $400 in Fine Arts/Theatre fees wouldn't be on my bill.

Overall, this is just damn frustrating. Also, I just remembered that my friend, the network guy here at work, will be playing with his band at Stubbs tonight. I promised I'd go, and I will. It's going to pretty much suck up a lot of sleep time for the night, once again ensuring that I'm not well rested enough to take on this weekend.

Ah well, yet another thing that I'll be able to bitch/brag about, years down the road...


Damn. (none / 0) (#1)
by Electric Angst on Thu Jul 26th, 2001 at 03:03:00 PM PST
Dear Mr. Angst,

Your application for the position of Microcomputer Application Specialist has been reviewed against other applications received for this position. This has been a lengthy process and we do appreciate your patience. However, after a careful comparison of all applications, I regret to inform you that you are not among the candidates selected for further consideration.


Ain't that a kick in the head. Guess it's back to square one, fearing for the saftey of my current job...

In the dark times, will there still be singing?
Yes, there will be singing. There will be singing about the dark times. -- Bertolt Brecht

If at first you don't succeed... (5.00 / 1) (#2)
by SpaceGhoti on Thu Jul 26th, 2001 at 03:11:38 PM PST
Mow 'em down in a blaze of automatic gunfire and go on to the next one.

Keep at it. You'll find someone who properly appreciates your talents.

A troll's true colors.

Thanks to adequacy (5.00 / 1) (#3)
by Richard Nixon on Thu Jul 26th, 2001 at 05:11:20 PM PST
I've got two places to get bored by your diary...

i'm very interested to know (none / 0) (#5)
by alprazolam on Fri Jul 27th, 2001 at 12:09:13 PM PST
who voted for the A gangbang (all males on you) option

Could it be... (1.00 / 1) (#6)
by SpaceGhoti on Fri Jul 27th, 2001 at 12:24:42 PM PST
A woman?

A troll's true colors.

huh (none / 0) (#8)
by alprazolam on Fri Jul 27th, 2001 at 01:50:32 PM PST
a what? must have been a typo, please tell me, whats this woman thing?

Why do you want to know? (none / 0) (#7)
by opalhawk on Fri Jul 27th, 2001 at 12:31:22 PM PST
*blink blink*

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say will be misquoted, then used against you.

In my experience, (5.00 / 1) (#9)
by CaptainZornchugger on Fri Jul 27th, 2001 at 03:13:07 PM PST
Group sex with a large number of members of the opposite sex is the sort of thing many fantasize about until they've done it once or twice. Once they've done it a couple of times, they usually discover it's not all it's cracked up to be, and settle for something more mundane, such as a traditional orgy, or threesomes.

Now group sex with a large number of females is difficult to arrange, and it is not unreasonable to expect that someone prone to fantasize about such a thing will continue to fantasize about it their entire life without it ever happening. Group sex with a large number of males, on the other hand, is quite easy to arrange, so most everyone who would want it, does it, and then decides it's too much trouble, and no longer considers it a highly desirable form of sex for them. There are, of course, exceptions.

So, like alprazolam, I too find it unlikely that someone would select that option in seriousness. Unlike him, I am not particularly curious who it was.


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