Sunday, March 16, 2014

Master's Guest Blog

Master's Guest Blog

Anonymous asked what I was like, and I thought that you would get a better idea from my writings.  ksst's writings tend to give me a wholly inappropriate halo.  So, to quote a famous Homer, I am a kind man, a simple man.   A man who loves the simple pleasures of being served by his slave, and beating her in return.

My philosophies tend to be rational and pragmatic.  The distilled essence of everything I believe can be summed up as, "Cheer up!  Things will get worse!"  My official philosophy I call enlightened self interest, which means that I look to my own self interest first, but in a big picture way.  I don't lie, cheat, or steal because ultimately people find out that you do this and treat you differently and worse.  At its core is the belief that the world would be a better and happier place if we all looked a little more long term for our own best interests, but that seems beyond most people.

I am of course arrogant with the arrogance of the intellectual who rarely has to do anything practical.  I quote Shakespeare because I like Shakespeare, not just because I am pretentious.  My theme song is a lovely WW II ditty called "Fuck 'Em All."  Fuck 'Em All

DM

7 comments:

  1. Just have to ask due to the song choice, former Military?? Seems those military men like control and power, just curious

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  2. Nope, no experience in the military at all. The closest I ever came was the Boy Scouts.
    DM

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  3. Fascinating thought process. It's interesting to think of your thoughts now and relationship from whence you've come. You weren't always dominant with ancilla, do you think you were always dominant and just didn't act on it, or did you mature into it?

    Hugs,
    Fiona

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  4. LOL I'm giggling at "wholly inappropriate halo", Master. I can't help my slavish worships. :)

    Fiona, I have sent him your question so he's sure to see it.

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  5. Please pass along to your Master that I shared his philosophy on lying, cheating and stealing with my kids...working on driving home the importance of integrity! Thank you!

    Hugs,
    Fiona

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  6. I always tended to be the doer or leader. I would say we should do something, and then we would work on something to do, but in a coequal way. We would decide on a restaurant together, and had veto power over each other. But ksst also would say, "Let's do something," and we would. I thought our relationship worked pretty well as an egalitarian partnership.
    DM

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  7. I don't know that I grew into it, or evolved into it. If ksst hadn't wanted this relationship (I mean the M/slave relationship, I would never have pushed for it. Sometimes I miss being coequal, but then I demand a blowjob and realize that this way is better ;)
    DM

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