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DaddyDemonsBaby

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Well, it seems i have been X-ed out by DaddyDemon so i'm going to be getting one final profile. i'll be transfering my last journal entry over to the new profile.

the new name? simple, it is my own, after all that IS who i am. right?

MarandaJean

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 DaddyDemonsBaby

 Submissive Female

 Wloo 

 Iowa

 5' 9"

 283 lbs

 32

 Hetero

 Caucasian

 01/18/10

 05/20/10

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2/23/2010 5:03:41 PM
Well, today i was told by a very close friend that i need a companion. i'm not sure if he meant it as in, "you need a local person just to chill out and bullshit with" or if He meant someone a little more 'special'.

i do have a real life Dominent friend that i hold very dear. actually got to see Him last night for a number of hours. it was real nice to be able to joke around and watch stupid stuff on-line.
normally our meetings are either very emotional (on my side) or highly sexually charged. but last night was just, well, chill.

one thing that kind of worried me was when He told me i had changed. at first i thought He meant it in a bad way, but then He explained that it is a very good thing. i just told Him to look at the place i had lived and who i was living with last year.
yeah, He knew it would not last long when the other tried to keep me from my friends. plus, He didn't like the other from day one. i should have listened to Him.

i have had to leave very bad relationships because of my own anger but the last RL...it was not for that same reason. i became afraid.  many of my RL friends saw this. the one time i get invited to go to a bar and strip club with two friends, i had never seen such hate in his eyes. the tone in his voice. i told my friends to forget it and i was going home. they of course would not let me. i had a nice time. i got so drunk, the dude almost carried me.
but when i stumbled up the steps and inside the apartment i was no longer afraid of him. and i told him how i felt.

through out the years i have been here i know i have had a ton of men, no...boys, listed as my owner. i have had so many profiles that i don't even know them all. i have been severly injured, put down, dehumanized to the point that i'd attempted suicided more than once on cam, joked, teased, bullied...blah blah blah. but my life is no longer about these people (you know who you are), instead it is about the ones who saw passed the big boobs and ghetto booty, the ones who saw my eyes and knew the pain that trying to hide behind them. PaganJack, the one that so gentaly broke my heart and held me as i cried. littlesnafoo(i'll never spell that right), never gave up on me and our bond even when i tried so hard to push him away. MasterDark11411, He has taught me that ownership is not just a collar and that i deserve so much better than what i was settling for.  Daddy4babygirl, one sick man but a great friend to have. rxstrenghtdom, i know that my last major break was a drain to you and i am very sorry. thank you for beining to talk to me again. SirStrongblood, i know that we have spoken before but damn if i can keep everyone straight. fragglechyck, since the first day i met you in the DaddyDoms room, you have always been a source of great support. i luv ya girl.

these are the people ^^^ that have carried me through some of the harderst times in my life. i respect all of you so very much and i hope to someday meet the ones that i have not. to those whom i have not listed, i'm sorry but you were the few good ones that were there only because i needed you for a very short time, but i still thank you.

well, i think i'll stop for now and remake my main profile...maybe.



2/22/2010 4:11:02 PM
i am so happy! yeah right... i've been X-ed! thanks a lot Demon. makes me feel like a real dumb ass. makes me look even worse. very nice!

2/19/2010 8:00:10 AM
Grade update: Comp2 B, Programming A, Networking A+

2/17/2010 12:15:11 PM
Will the tears ever stop?
When will You come get me? 
You say I am bad.
You consider me worthless.
You dismiss me as nothing.
Perhaps it is not You but I.

2/12/2010 6:50:00 PM
Good Luck the country of GEORGIA. Sorry for the loss of you team mate...RIP Nodor.

with that said:

i used to think my family came from germany and norway but seeing them on the opening ceromonies, i realize i was very wrong. my family, on my dad's side looks nothing like the germans or the norweigns. but the females from Austria look like me and the men like my dad.  i guess we were right when we thought that the guy that ran Austria for such a long time, Helmut Zilk rip 2008, really was my cousin. so, yeah, that's pretty cool.

2/8/2010 12:43:07 PM
My newest essay:

Legalize It

 

              Marijuana goes by many names: Mary Jane, Cannabis, Pot, Weed, Grass...Whatever you choose to call it Marijuana has many good uses. Although it was made illegal in the United States in 1937, 14 states have made Medical Marijuana legal and 12 more have pending legislation.

            For many years science has studied the medicinal properties of Marijuana. Some of the questions that have been addressed and studied are: What illnesses of the body and mind could be cured or lessened by using the plant? What are the possible negative side effects? Is addiction to Marijuana mental or physical? Can the planet be made into an effective synthetic?

            For many years the issue of legalizing Marijuana has been a hot topic in coffee shops, grocery checkout lines and of course the government. There is a plethora of information available on the World Wide Web and in medical journals.

            There are many myths going around about the use of Marijuana for medical purposes. One of these myths is that the drug manufacturing companies have created a synthetic form of organic Marijuana called Marinol that is an effective alternative. According to Phillip T Alden, author of Medical Marijuana: Myths and Facts, “Marinol ™ is an incredibly poor substitute for the organic form. This refined pill form contains only one of the over thirty cannabinoids found in the plant form and the psychoactive side-effects of Marinol ™ are much harder to control. In addition, the drug form may not take effect for up to three or four hours. Ask an AIDS patient who needs to eat and take toxic drugs at specific times;  how that works for them. There have also been many reports of anxiety attacks among people taking the pill form.”(Alden)

            Marijuana has been used to treat the symptoms of many debilitating conditions. The range of illnesses is wide and includes such things as the well known, AIDS, cancer and glaucoma, but it has been used to treat asthma, appetite loss/nausea, Crohns/gastrointestinal disorders, seizures, COPD, migraines, pain, psychological conditions, Tourette’s Syndrome, ADD/ADHD and Autism.

            Mieko Hester-Perez of Fountain Valley, California is the mother of 10 year old, Joey Perez. Joey has Autism. In an interview with “Good Morning America” Ms. Perez said, “At first I did some research, and I found a doctor who actually had a protocol for Medical Marijuana in children diagnosed with Autism.” She continues to explain how her son was refusing to eat and had begun to starve to death.

 “You could see the bones in his chest. He was going to die. The Marijuana balanced my son. My son had self-injurious behaviors, was extremely aggressive, would run out of our house. He was a danger to himself and others.” Within just a few hours of giving him a ‘special brownie’, Joey was eating foods that he had never tried and his behavior had completely changed for the better (ABC News).

When Marijuana is used for pain control there is nothing that comes close to relieving the pain in the same way. Marijuana is an opiate and its powers as an anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxer and antacid cannot be adequately reproduced in a laboratory setting. Marinol, as mentioned earlier, is the laboratory reproduction of Marijuana.  When visiting the Marinol website, very few side effects were listed. These side effects are: dizziness, drowsiness, euphoric, anxiety, slurred speech, irregular heartbeat, fainting, and hallucinations(Marinol Side Effects). However, when comparing the short list that the company making the Marinol against other sources, they seem to have grossly mislead the public. The side effects listed on WebMD are as follows:  Dizziness, drowsiness, confusion, feeling "high", an exaggerated sense of well-being, lightheadedness, headache, red eyes, dry mouth, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, clumsiness, or unsteadiness, weakness, flushing of the face, fast/pounding heartbeat, mental/mood changes (e.g., difficulty concentrating, memory loss, hallucinations, abnormal thoughts, paranoid feelings, depression, nervousness), slurred speech, ringing in the ears, vision changes, fainting(Drugs and Medications).

Medical Marijuana seems to be the all natural wonder drug. Many states have legalized it, while several still refuse to do so. The 14 states that have approved its use are as follows: Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington. Two states have passed laws in favor of the use of medical Marijuana but have not legalized it. These two states are Arizona and Maryland. “All 14 states require proof of residency to be considered a qualifying patient for medical marijuana use. Karen O'Keefe, JD, Director of State Policies for Marijuana Policy Project (MPP), told ProCon.org in a Jan. 19, 2010 email that "Patients and their caregivers can cultivate in 13 of the 14 states. Home cultivation is not allowed in New Jersey and a special license is required in New Mexico."(Legal Medical Marijuana States)

With so many reasons to legalize the use of Marijuana for medical use outside of a hospital setting there is really no good reason not to. It is true that some people will use it for monetary gain but that number is so small when compared to those that truly need it and use it as the law specifies. There are hundreds-of-thousands of people whose lives would greatly improve if all states would legalize Medical Marijuana; from the war Vet next door to the 5 year old with multiple sclerosis and everyone in-between, almost all illness can be lessened with its use. 

References

Alden, Phillip T. (October 2004) Medical Marijuana: Myths and Facts (nd);

San Francisco Spectrum Online Retrieved from http://www.castroonline.com/spectrum/phillip_alden.html  on February 6, 2010

Brownstein, Joseph (November 2009) Mother Gives Son Marijuana to Treat His

Autism (nd); ABC News: Good Morning America Retrieved from   http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/AutismNews/mother-son-marijuana-treat-autism/story?id=9153881 on February 6, 2010

Marinol Side Effects (nd); Retrieved from http://www.themarinol.com/side-effects.php 

              on February, 8 2010

Drugs and Medications- Marinol Oral, Side Effects (nd); Retrieved from

                http://www.webmd.com/drugs/drug-9308 on February, 8 2010 

ProCon 14 Legal Medical Marijuana States: Laws, Fees and Possession Limits (nd);

Retrieved from http://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/veiwsource.asp?resourceID=000881

on February, 8 2010                          

 


1/27/2010 3:57:58 PM
Final Draft of my Comp2 essay...

Animal abuse takes many forms.  The most obvious is physical, but abuse can also be emotional and sexual. On any given night a person can turn on the TV and have their eyes filled with commercials and prime time show dedicated to stopping animal abuse. But, what cause’s a person or people to hurt innocent animals? What is the driving force to breed dogs to death?  How could anyone get joy from making another living thing suffer?

            According to the National Human Education Society’s website lists the following as possible causes:

·        “Psychological/Emotional Trauma : Many psychological theories have attempted to explain the possible causes of troubling human behavior that lead to animal cruelty/torture and violence against other humans. Often, considerations are made for extreme emotional and psychological traumas, and in recent decades, emphasis has been placed on studying disturbances to biological brain functions and development. Emerging information suggests that underdeveloped and/or improperly functioning parts of the brain related to behaviors such as impulse control and specific emotions such as empathy and anger may be the cause of some violent behaviors.

·        The “Cycle of Abuse”: Children of violent homes often experience or witness sexual, domestic, or animal abuse, and typically experience a combination of these. Sadly, as many of us know, a significant percentage of child abuse victims go onto become violent abusers themselves. Numerous studies of this “cycle of violence” repeatedly illustrate two predominant roles that animal cruelty plays in the cycle: (1) The adult abuser uses dominance and violence toward animals, typically house pets, as a psychological weapon to manipulate, threaten, control and hurt the human victims. (2) For many reasons, child abuse victims will often express their intense suffering through real or represented (stories, drawings) cruelty towards the same house pets or other animals.

·        Lack of Connection to Nature: As a moderately new field of professional study, ecopsychology uses tangible research to examine the relationships between humans and the natural world, and how these relationships influence human behavior toward individual living beings and the planet at large. Among many theories, ecopsychology suggests that people who do not have a relationship with the natural world in some form—even as simple as keeping a house plant—are less likely to understand, relate to, or empathize with plants and animals and their welfare. Simply put, a lack of connection to and understanding of other living beings creates a gap in which indifference and abuse could possibly develop.

·        Cultural, Religious and Media Influences: Certainly, various cultural and religious beliefs can directly influence what is considered acceptable treatment of animals. For example, cruel dog-fighting schemes are significantly influenced by culture and tradition. The media often has a powerful influence as well. Be it real news coverage or fictional movies, how animal treatment is depicted by mainstream media sources can affect what society finds acceptable or not, and what impressionable young minds may choose to imitate.” (National Humane Education Society, 2009)

 While these things are not the only reason people hurt animals they are the main reasons.

Animal cruelty can be place into two distinct categories, passive cruelty which can be defined as lack of food or water, denying vet care, ignoring a flea or tick infestation or not giving proper shelter for outside pets. The second type is active cruelty and this type consists of home crop jobs of ears and tails, animal fighting, killing, torture and bestiality. While most animals can recover from extreme neglect and abuse some cannot. These are the dogs and cats that must be put down because their emotions or physical issues are so great that it would be impossible and irresponsible to place them with a family. These critters may attack a young child for touching their food dishes or even just petting them in the wrong spot.

When an adult animal has suffered nothing but abuse from the time it was weaned the affects are irreversible. However, if the beast was rescued at a young age, before18 – 24 months it is very possible the creature can be rehabilitated and given a proper and loving home.

Many high profile killers have a long history of sever animal cruelty. Serial killer Jeffery Dahmer would impale dogs, cats and frogs on sticks and display them in his home. Albert DeSalvo also known as The Boston Strangler would lure cats and dogs into orange creates where he would them kill them by shooting arrows through the crates when he was a child. Earl Shriner, raped, killed and chopped up a seven year old boy. He was known in his neighborhood for up firecrackers inside the rectums of dogs and stringing up cats. The Columbine High School killers had bragged many times of mutilating small animals (Pet-Abuse.com).

Everyone is affected in one way or another by animal abuse. Whether the abuse was done by their own hands or those of somebody they know, everyone suffers when an animal is hurt. These affects could be five years in prison, higher taxes, emotional trauma from seeing their pet being maimed or having their loved one arrested.

Some people are not affected in a bad way but instead they adopt abused critters, volunteer at shelters, educate the public or become animal doctors.  

While cruelty and abuse are world-wide problems all it takes is just one person to make a difference in the life of an abused animal. While this problem will probably never go away, education and vigilance does help detour these crimes against humanity and nature. Not all cases of abuse can be solved nor a viable answer given to all acts animal and human abuse seem to go hand in hand and if someone would just help the people then they may just be helping the animals as well.


 


1/21/2010 11:01:54 AM
i need something in my mouth. i'm having oral withdrawl. i mean like smokes, candy, gum.
haha, sorry i'm bored too.

1/19/2010 4:00:24 PM
grrrr! i'm so disappointed. i got a C for last week's grade in my comp 2 class. i'm like freaking out. i got it stuck in my head now that i can't pull out an A and we are only in our second week of the term. check out the begining of my paper on animal cruelity. tell me what you think of it so far...

Animal abuse takes many forms.  The most obvious is physical, but abuse can also be emotional and sexual. On any given night a person can turn on the TV and have their eyes filled with commercials and prime time show dedicated to stopping animal abuse. But, what cause’s a person or people to hurt innocent animals? What is the driving force to breed dogs to death?  How could anyone get joy from making another living thing suffer?

            According to the National Human Education Society’s website lists the following as possible causes:

·        Psychological/Emotional Trauma : “Many psychological theories have attempted to explain the possible causes of troubling human behavior that lead to animal cruelty/torture and violence against other humans. Often, considerations are made for extreme emotional and psychological traumas, and in recent decades, emphasis has been placed on studying disturbances to biological brain functions and development. Emerging information suggests that underdeveloped and/or improperly functioning parts of the brain related to behaviors such as impulse control and specific emotions such as empathy and anger may be the cause of some violent behaviors.

·        The “Cycle of Abuse”: Children of violent homes often experience or witness sexual, domestic, or animal abuse, and typically experience a combination of these. Sadly, as many of us know, a significant percentage of child abuse victims go onto become violent abusers themselves. Numerous studies of this “cycle of violence” repeatedly illustrate two predominant roles that animal cruelty plays in the cycle: (1) The adult abuser uses dominance and violence toward animals, typically house pets, as a psychological weapon to manipulate, threaten, control and hurt the human victims. (2) For many reasons, child abuse victims will often express their intense suffering through real or represented (stories, drawings) cruelty towards the same house pets or other animals.

·        Lack of Connection to Nature: As a moderately new field of professional study, ecopsychology uses tangible research to examine the relationships between humans and the natural world, and how these relationships influence human behavior toward individual living beings and the planet at large. Among many theories, ecopsychology suggests that people who do not have a relationship with the natural world in some form—even as simple as keeping a house plant—are less likely to understand, relate to, or empathize with plants and animals and their welfare. Simply put, a lack of connection to and understanding of other living beings creates a gap in which indifference and abuse could possibly develop.

·        Cultural, Religious and Media Influences: Certainly, various cultural and religious beliefs can directly influence what is considered acceptable treatment of animals. For example, cruel dog-fighting schemes are significantly influenced by culture and tradition. The media often has a powerful influence as well. Be it real news coverage or fictional movies, how animal treatment is depicted by mainstream media sources can affect what society finds acceptable or not, and what impressionable young minds may choose to imitate.” (National Humane Education Society, 2009)

 While these things are not the only reason people hurt animals they are the main reasons.

 


1/18/2010 4:34:30 PM
will the piles of school work ever end? lol

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