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The Everything Test

There are many different types of tests on the internet today. Personality tests, purity tests, stereotype tests, political tests. But now, there is one test to rule them all.

Traditionally, online tests would ask certain questions about your musical tastes or clothing for a stereotype, your experiences for a purity test, or deep questions for a personality test.We're turning that upside down - all the questions affect all the results, and we've got some innovative results too! Enjoy :-)

Personality
You are more emotional than logical, more concerned about others than concerned about self, more religious than atheist, more dependent than loner, more lazy than workaholic, more traditional than rebel, more artistic mind than engineering mind, more idealist than cynical, more leader than follower, and more introverted than extroverted.

As for specific personality traits, you are adventurous (95%), intellectual (93%), religious (90%), romantic (86%).

Stereotypes
Punk Rock87%
College Student63%
Old Geezer60%
 
Life Experience
Sex78%
Substances18%
Travel24%

Politics
Your political views would best be described as Socialist, whom you agree with around 83% of the time.
 Socioeconomic
Your attitude toward life best associates you with Working Class. You make more than 0% of those who have taken this test, and 28% more than the U.S. average.

If your life was a movie, it would be rated NC-17.
By the way, your hottness rank is 55%, hotter than 77% of other test takers.

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My doctor game me a nasal spray and an antibiotic prescription to deal with the sinus trouble, although he did not officially say it was a sinus infection.

In other news, my blood pressure was 140/90 which is down from 150/100 last time I saw him. According to his scales I weigh a little less than 300 pounds, but every time I have weighed there it has been higher than I expected. I even tested it against a hospital's scales once and his came out higher. Our scales at home had me at 285-290 and dropping. Of course all that matters is the "and dropping" part of it. I don't care what my exact weight is; I just want to weigh less.

We talked about the occasional swelling and pain I have in my right foot and he and I are both in agreement that it is a circulation problem caused by too much time in chairs. Fortunately, as I am working on getting my weight down I am walking more, which is one of the best exercises I could do right now.

Finally, I discussed some sexuality issues with him. I told him how frequently I paw off (1 to 2 times a day on average) and how sexual I am, as well as describing the past few times I have had problems getting and/or staying hard through to orgasm (when not pawing off). He gave me samples of 3 different ED medications (including Viagra), one of which lasts for about 36 hours. (I will be taking one of those the weekend of my birthday party!) He said that after I try them out and decide what I like and don’t like, he’ll write me whatever prescriptions I need for it. *wide grin*

(Surprisingly, Kupok was not terrified by this thought! *chuckles*)

EDIT:

Back on 01-25-2007 a number of us met at Midtowne Spa and while we were there we had HIV & STD testing. The HIV results were given within 20 minutes and, as expected, were negative. I finally remembered to grab Kupok and call in and get the results of the other tests, which were also negative, as expected.
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Okay, I want to get the negative stuff out of the way first, so here goes:

I am still sick. I have been doing everything I can think of to get over this, and today I finally gave in and made an appointment to see my doctor. I’ll post later with what is said about that, but my guess is that I have a sinus infection.

It is tax season and Sunday I sat down to do my taxes only to find out that I make too much money to submit them electronically without charge. According to the IRS I am now in the top 30% of all taxpayers. WTF? I am still less than $60,000 a year and I am in the top 30%? How do people afford to live with the prices of housing and vehicles and so on, if my salary – which is barely enough to meet my obligations (granted, I have a debt problem that takes a large chunk of my income) – is higher than 70% of the US population.

Needless to say, I was so perturbed by this that I pouted about it and procrastinated the day away and I have still not done my taxes. I need to get them done, because I expect enough of a tax return that I can pay off my highest interest debt ($3,000 to Home Depot).

And now for the good news:

Although she has let her ADD draw her away for the past few days, my Muse has returned and I have been writing again. (Betcha didn’t know that the Muses have ADD!) My erotic fantasy novel, “The Erotic Adventures of Whitehair – A Gift For Borni” has been coming along nicely. It currently has 66 pages of story and consists of five chapters. I expect anywhere between 10 and 15 chapters before it is done, and with luck Borni will be inspired to do anywhere from 1 to 5 drawings per chapter, maybe more. For the curious, I have included the TOC:
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
      EROTIC CONTENT NOTICE II
      SPECIAL RECOGNITION III
      ABOUT THE AUTHORS IV
      CHAPTER 1: FIRST NIGHT IN ANDROANA 1
      CHAPTER 2: LAW OF LUST 12
      CHAPTER 3: THE CHEROKEE MYSTIC 28
      CHAPTER 4: XACK’S ADVENTURES 42
      CHAPTER 5: FLIDHAIS FERAL 58


Kupok and I took Kit to Arapahoe Community College this morning so that he can finally take his GED. Kit has expressed concerns about the math segment, but even if he doesn’t pass that segment, we are all pretty sure that he will pass the rest of it. I honestly think he will pass the math segment as well, but if he doesn’t then retaking a single segment is only $10.00 rather than the full $70.00 I paid for him to take the entire test.

Whether Kit gets his GED or not, I had a talk with the manager of the local Checker Auto Parts Store the other day and asked him if someone needed their GED or High School Diploma to work for him and he said no. He is familiar with Kit due to all the parts we have purchased there (mostly for my old Ford) and he gave me an application, which Kit turned in yesterday. It may be a few more weeks before we hear anything because the manager told me that he won’t need someone else until around March or April, but it is still a promising nibble.

Speaking of the Ford, it broke down on Kupok and me last week on our way to work. Kupok walked to work and I managed to finally get it into the Ford shop near where it broke down. They told me they thought it was the high pressure fuel pump. I rented a car and hunted down parts (since the parts were discontinued by Ford in 1997) and took them to Ford to install. Although AutoZone guaranteed they got me the correct parts, what they sold me was the in-take low pressure fuel pump. Ford dutifully put it in, but it cost me 2 hours of labor, not the 1 I was expecting. I am not too upset as it needed done anyway. Unfortunately, the truck still had a problem. I got it to the gas station, filled the tank all the way (for extra gravity-based fuel pressure) and then got it to the Checker near our house (this is when I spoke with the manager about Kit) and bought the high pressure fuel pump. Kit installed it that day and the Ford has been doing fine since. Yay!

In about 21 days, I will turn 36. I am planning a party/orgy at my house. Of course if I do this, the orgy part will be optional, but highly encouraged. Kupok and a few others seemed to like the idea, so if you think you might want to attend such an event, let me know. I am tentatively planning on doing this on Saturday, March 17th. It is just a pity that I don’t have a nice roomy place like Sorin and Rocky have. Their house is so nice!

Well, it is nearly time for me to leave work and go to my doctor appointment. I am sure I am missing a few things, but hey, I can always make another entry in the future!
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Once again Kupok and I (Kit also) are ill and I am tired of it. When this first hit I simply thought it was spring allergies, but I have a fever, a sore throat, and my eyes aren’t all itchy like they tend to be when it is allergy season. Ah well. Maybe I can get over the soon.


I just completed writing a small little application for work. Basically it allows the user to enter all or part of a zip code and then looks in our database to see which one of our groups that person is in. I also added database modification abilities to it. All in all, I am very pleased with it, as is the primary user.


As I mentioned before, I have been writing again. Currently I have a good 39,000 words, or short novel. I expect before it is done it will be well over 60,000 words and qualify as a full-length novel. Of course, I never plan my works out enough to know exactly how large it will be by the time I am done writing it.
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You are a RAVENCLAW!As a Ravenclaw and as an NFP, you value imagination, ideas and intelligence. You are probably somewhat of an individualist and avoid conforming just for its own sake. You are insightful and perceptive, and since you are empathetic and value harmony, you usually try to avoid conflict. Of course, you may enjoy participating in heated debates, but only as long as they remain on an intellectual level and not a personal level. In general, you are open-minded and curious, and set high standards for yourself.
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Feb. 8th, 2007 11:11 am
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Nonconsensual Self-inflicted Orgasm Denial )
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By all the Gods I fucking hate cops! I know that I should not be this angry, bordering violently angry, but anytime I have interactions with the police I can feel the rage rising in me. On my drive in to work this morning, I was having visions of me committing great violence against cops.

I grew up with a father who hated cops and I myself was afraid of them. Throughout my youth they proved themselves to be nothing by vile, power-hungry, megalomaniacs who loved little more than to abuse their power as much as they could. In my home town, several city police made it their life’s goal to give tickets to as many teenagers as possible. My friend Tony ended up residing with one such cop one day and he reported back to me how they would set traps for the kids coming out of the high school and get them for any minor driving infraction they could think of.

Then in 1993 I had a major run-in with the police. I’ll leave the details out of it, because it is a very dark part of my past, but suffice it to say before they had me cuffed the cop had a bloody nose and in our struggling we tore the gas line out of the stove. When they put me into psychiatric evaluation it was determined that I would most likely either kill myself or the next cop I saw. Against all protocol I was escorted to the mental hospital without police accompaniment. That is where I ended up with a misdiagnosis of “soft bipolar disorder.” What I really suffer from is clinical depression and Adult ADD, but that is another entry.

My most recent experiences with police have continued to be negative, from being escorted out of a theater for swearing because I was mad that they fucked up the film to them refusing to investigate when my stereo was stolen saying that it wasn’t worth their time. Add to this the number of times that Denver police get away with killing people because they are not white or gay and it just gets my blood boiling.

Ironically, the thing that started all of this was a very minor $30 parking ticket that was my won fault. But still it shows just how much even the slightest interaction with cops can set me off.

Oh, and the title of this entry is from a poster several people were carrying when I was in Long Beach during the 1992 L.A. riots.
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My flash drive was found! OMG! YAY! My data was not lost.

Now, if you are wondering what all of this is about then you didn’t read my last angsty post, which is fine by me. However, if you did read it, know that this drive has already been backed up in one location and will be put into another location in a day or two.

The flash drive ended up in the possession of my good friend [livejournal.com profile] ivanotter from when he and his mate [livejournal.com profile] kahukilairu were over visiting [livejournal.com profile] marko_the_rat last Friday. Ivan had picked up the drive to ask me something about it when he was distracted by someone calling him to the other room. As a person who also has Adult ADD, I have no problem whatsoever understanding how the drive got pocketed and forgotten. I know I have done similar stuff countless times in the past.

When Ivan realized he had it, he was all apologetic and upset at himself, but all I could do was be happy and excited. My mate [livejournal.com profile] kupok talked him into coming over so we could show him our appreciation. It took today from being a bad day to an incredible day! YAY!
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WARNING: The following entry is full of angst & unhealthy emotional response. Read only if you must. )
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See, isn't this better than reading something all angsty?


Your Vocabulary Score: A-

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With the encouragement and support of my beloved mate [livejournal.com profile] kupok, I have updated my résumé for the first time since 2003 and applied for a new job.

When I first came to Gamma Phi Beta in 2003, I was happy here and I have stayed here longer than any other job in my life. However, I find that I am no longer really happy here (though I am not yet miserable as I was at IBM). Also, there are no more real opportunities for me to advance here. I have learned most of what I can here and to develop my skills significantly further, I need to move on.

For my first serious foray back into the job market, I set my sights no lower than the top company on the list of the top 100 companies to work for: Google, Inc. I honestly believe I am the kind of person that they are looking for. I also think that getting my foot in the door at Google will open up completely new career paths for me and that I will be able to change directions and become a programmer rather than continue as just a System Administrator.

I have nothing to loose in simply applying for the job, but I am still scared half to death and I am not exactly sure why. Perhaps I am more scared of getting it than not getting it.
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Tonight, while introducing Marko to Midtowne Spa (a gay bathhouse here in Denver) a technician from Denver Health was administering free HIV tests and since it has been since Pridefest that I last had one, I decided to do it, as did Kupok and a few other people who where there.

The good news, as was expected, is that everyone is HIV NAGATIVE! Yay!


In other news, I just added [livejournal.com profile] ristin to my friends list as [livejournal.com profile] marko_the_rat keeps saying so many wonderful things about him!
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First off, Kupok and I are okay.

Last Night I make it over 150 miles round trip to rescue Kupok form being stranded in Colorado Springs only to get hit by another driver on the way to work this morning! Arrrrrrgh!

Heading to work this morning we noticed that southbound I-225 was quickly clogging up. We made a quick exit at Parker Road and headed south to work via the back passage. As I was going over the off ramp from I-255 to Parker Road I looked down and I-225 was a parking lot as far as the eye could see.

Parker Road itself seemed okay and we were going gaily forward. We passed what looked like a minor accident and continued on our way. Further down, nearing the intersection of Leigh and Parker, a vehicle on our left lost control and was suddenly spinning clockwise into my lane. We collided; her front right fender to my front left fender, bumper, and lights. The icy roads allowed the force of the impact to reverse her spin 270° counterclockwise so that she was now facing northbound towards oncoming traffic. Kupok and I were simply stopped.

As soon as I knew Kupok was okay, I got out and checked on her. She appeared okay and we moved our vehicles off the road so that we could exchange insurance information and further survey the damage. Fortunately, both vehicles were drivable and after about 20 minutes we were back on our way.

Less than a mile down the road there was another, much more serious looking accident involving three vehicles from what I could see. There was a cop there so I stopped and asked him a few questions about what district I was in and where I needed to go to fill out the accident report. It ended up that we were in Aurora jurisdiction and that the report could be filled out online, which I did after getting to work.

Unfortunately, the other lady has Titan Auto Insurance and State Farm told me that they are the hardest company to work with on an accident like this. Also, according to State Farm, due to the way Titan does their billing, there is no way to be certain whether her insurance was actually active or not. When I called Titan to file the claim, I was given a claim number, but until their adjuster calls me (sometime within the next 24 hours) I will not know if her insurance is valid or not. If it is not, I am protected by State Farm against uninsured motorists, but if State Farm has to pay (even though the accident was not my fault) then I am concerned about whether they will attempt to raise my rates.

Wednesday at 11 AM I will have to take the Blazer in to an auto body shop down near where I work for a quote. Fortunately they are a company that works with both Titan and State Farm so they can do the repair regardless of who ends up paying for it.

Due to the age of the blazer (1992) there is a chance that the insurance adjuster will try to total it and just pay a salvage settlement. I suppose if that happens, so long as they do not attempt to take it (which didn’t happen when my 1980 Toyota Corolla-Tercel or my 1975 Plymouth Valliant were totaled), I am sure that I can get it to a reliable condition with whatever settlement I am able to get. However, if they offer me similar vehicle replacement, I might take them up on that due to all of the other problems the Blazer has.
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Friday night I drove Kupok to the bus station so he could go to Colorado Springs and visit Nero for the weekend. He was to return by bus Sunday night. Meanwhile, we got hit with yet another storm. (From multiple unconfirmed sources I have been informed that Colorado already has reached our average yearly amount of snowfall and we haven’t even hit our heavy winter months.) Kupok calls me up and informs me that there have been no buses arrive all day from somewhere south and they he needs me to come and get him if he is to make it home.

This means that I have to get out in the storm and drive my Blazer the 75 miles to Colorado Springs to get him. This would not normally be a major problem except that 1) I know how stupid people drive in such weather; 2) the Blazer’s heater does not work; and 3) the Blazer’s 4-wheel-drive does not work, so it functions only as a rear-wheel-drive vehicle. To deal with things, I suited up in a pair of insulated coveralls which I have grown too large four and it took two of us to get me into. I borrowed a pair of gloves and set off.

As I predicted, people were idiots, but I was able to make the trip down there in about 2 hours. Due to all of the !@#$%ing road construction in Colorado Springs I had quite a time getting to the bus station and an ever harder time getting back on the interstate. Fortunately, the drive back to Denver went MUCH better, until we were nasty looking accidents on I-225 and again at the onramp from Chambers to I-70. At least for the second one, we were going the other way and it didn’t delay us.

Finally Kupok and I were home safe. I love my Kupok and I am glad I was able to rescue him!
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Pardon me while I sit in a state of euphoria... I feel very good physically, spiritually, and emotionally.

While today started out pretty bad with me having the blazer break down on the opposite side of the city and me having to do an emergency field repair (glad it broke down in a shopping center with a Wal-Mart). I then further tore the crotch in my pants and have ruined them beyond repair. (Too many wild erections?) And then I was more than 1½ hours late calling my friend for today's BDSM play. I figured my day was ruined.

I was wrong!!!

He was still happy to cum over here, so I busied myself putting up the board on the wall that I have been procrastinating over a year on getting done. With the bondage frame now fully secure, I inserted the 8 O-rings into it. He arrived while I was doing this, but was content to wait for me to finish (so very kind) and even helped me hang my picture of a bronze statue of the god Pan, sporting a massive erection (another task that has been in procrastination just as long).

We then talked and cuddled and started playing. I wont go into more details than that without his permission, but it was a very intense scene for both of us. Right now I am quite happy and looking forward to the next time.

Outside of the bedroom activities, Kit put a new alternator in my old Ford, so we will see if that helps its reliability. We will probably still have to replace the fuel pumps, but maybe this will be enough that Kupok and I can start driving it to work and not have to worry about it breaking down on us. If so, then we will have a vehicle with a properly working heater. Yay!

In sad news, Frynge is having some problems with the company he works for and his finances got messed up because of it. I was able to do what little I could to help him, but I wish I could do more. I also wish I could do more to help my friend BJ who is also suffering serious financial troubles. I know what financial troubles are like all too well; I fight with them all the time, even at my salary. *sigh*

One additional BDSM thought though... with the bed finally finished maybe Kupok and I can enjoy some marshmallow play and hopefully Marko will get to experience some of the things he has been fantasizing about! *evil grin*
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I make it a point to make a public post anytime I make a private or restricted post.

Today, I got my feelings hurt. The details are in a private post that, at this time, only myself and the person who hurt me can see. Two or three more people may be somewhat affected by this as well, and I might alter open the post to them as well, but for now I am trying to avoid unnecessary drama.

In other news, I am looking forward to a visit from Val this weekend, and I am hoping that I can get some things taken care of that I have been procrastinating on.

Also, I am looking forward to our visitor from down under arriving Tuesday.

I am frustrated and concerned about the fact that BJ’s dog Ralph, brother to my dog Pan, bit his fourth person today. I would insist that BJ remove Ralph from the house, but BJ himself may not have a place to live for too much longer, so I am not in a position where I can morally justify forcing him to take Ralph. As soon as I hear that BJ’s situation has stabilized, I will probably insist that he take Ralph to live with him.


In 1971 (the year you were born)

Richard Nixon is president of the US

Charles Manson and 3 of his followers are convicted of multiple counts of first-degree murder

An earthquake in California's San Fernando Valley kills 64 people

New York Times begins publication of classified Pentagon papers on US involvement in Vietnam

The $70 million Kennedy Center opens in Washington, DC

A four day revolt at New York's Attica state prison ends after being stormed by 1000 state troopers

A new stock-market index called the Nasdaq debuts

Walt Disney World opens

Intel releases world's first microprocessor, the 4004

Ray Tomlinson sends the first e-mail

Libertarian party established in USA

Kid Rock, Denise Richards, Sean Astin, Winona Ryder, and Ricky Martin are born

Pittsburgh Pirates win the World Series

Baltimore Colts win Superbowl V

Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is published

The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour premeires on television

"Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Simon & Garfunkel wins Grammy for song of the year

All in the Family premieres
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For over two weeks I have been battling the same illness that got Kit and Kupok. It didn’t hit me as bad as it hit them, but it has still made life miserable. Because of illness, we lost the enjoyment of most of our time off between Christmas and New Years. I have missed a New Years Eve party at Fritz’s place. I have had to take a lot of time off from work. I did not get to do anything with Chuck over the break and I don’t know when he goes back to school. I have missed the opportunity for what should be some VERY interesting BDSM play with someone whom I am looking forward to playing with. Kupok, Kit, and I have not accomplished any of the housecleaning we desperately need to do.

While being sick, I have managed to play a lot of video games, watch a few movies, and take more than my normal quota of showers per day. No, I have not caught up with Kupok in number of showers per day. I do not think that is possible!

Frynge came over, even though we are/were sick and is staying with us for a while. It is nice having him around.

Looking forward to feeling better. Looking forward to visiting people again. Looking forward to company from Australia. Looking forward to get taxes done early so I can pay off another annoying debt. Looking forward to the next anticipated snow storm at the end of this week and maybe a few more days off from work!
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