I have found myself having to research, and get legal advice, on how to file a restraining order against someone who doesn’t live in my state.  A restraining order is valid in any state.  It’s a person-to-person thing, not a state thing, apparently.

I’ve tweaked my gmail filters to compensate for them getting a new email to contact me.  I’ve blocked them on my mobile phone.  I’ve created a new email & changed emails on social networking type accounts they’ve tried to harass me on (it’s a shorter way of saying what I’ve actually had to do today in the past week).  Also, since I’m moving soon, I’ll have a new home phone number, and they won’t be able to call the house anymore.

They can’t take no for an answer, and when they don’t get immediate answers right fucking now (like a 3 year old), they knee-jerk react, and go into an online harassment tantrum.  I’ve contacted certain companies & had particular issues resolved, and taken care of; I’ve even changed accounts on other things to protect myself (and my housemate; as they’ve went after him too; he’s well aware of their brand of crazy).  Probably going to make my Twitter private for a while, too.  Already blocked them on Facebook (which is an amazingly easy task in comparison to other places).

They’re batshit crazy, to say the least.  And while I don’t really care to involve the police, if it continues as it has, I’ll have to do something more extreme, since those seem to be the cards on the table.

What the fuck is it with people sometimes?  I’m not even fuckin’ this bitch, and they’re on my jock like gym stink.


If you’re protesting abortion, the Supreme Court says you can get right in women’s faces and scream at them on their way into the clinic. Because freedom of speech.

But if you try and protest the murder of a black man, you get tear gas fired at you.



I’m disgusted with myself for saying it - but these events in Ferguson are finally waking people up to the systemic and foundational nature of government, police, and the military. Every time I hear “How can this happen? This is America!” it’s an opportunity to explain that this is nothing new. This is just one story among thousands that occur daily in our nation.

There is nothing at all that makes this country or its government better. It is the nature of power and government, and america is not unique in any capacity.

OF COURSE Westboro Baptist Church is going to picket Robin Williams’ memorial service (a small, private affair in San Francisco). 

What a bunch of losers.

I want to turn off my phone, get a massage, get a blowjob, drink a bottle of wine all while binge watching Netflix

Me right now (via hungunicorns)

Me, every day.  Never had a massage, at least not a proper one.