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Moving Right Along

Just a little bit of stuff:

Well, I totally lost Pervert Savant’s next installment of Lingerie on the Razor-Wire. And at the most inopportune time as his PC is fried and he can’t get into his documents to rescue it from his own files to resend to me. We are working on a solution. Which just might be him forgiving me enough to rewrite the entire thing from memory.


I finally found a new physician and had scheduled an appointment for yesterday so that I could finally get some help with my allergies. I’d been wanting to change doctors and so had put this off for a while and was really looking forward to it. All ready to go, I went to leave and couldn’t find my keys. The minimum-wage phone-bitch who took my crazed and frustrated call was not sympathetic and even seemed a bit miffed. So FUCK HER. Now I need to find another new doctor.


My cable bill runs around $130.00 per month. I figure at that price, I should be able to turn on my television anytime of the day or night and be able to find something to watch. So why do I have to put up with info-infomercials on almost every station when I wake up in the middle of the night? I mean, come on! How much money do these people need?


If you get a chance you simply must check out South Park this week to see Fantastic Easter Special. Even after all this time, the writers are edgy, topical and just downright hilarious. No race, religion, person or idea is safe: anything or anybody is fair fodder for their gleeful and bloody skewering. This time religion gets its panties twisted in an episode ala The Da Vinci Code. What is the mystery behind the tradition of coloring easter eggs? What clues are hidden in The Last Supper? What is the “Hare” Club for Men and what is its mission?


One more thing. Even if you’re not a Nicholas Cage fan (and I’m not), you really should own a copy of Adaptation. And here is why.

xo, Angela

7 Responses to “Moving Right Along”

  1. litmajor Says:

    I loved the Ebert review, Angie. Sounds like a great movie. I’m more a South Park and infomercials kind of guy, but I’ll give it a try.

  2. Metro Man Says:

    South Park is consistently funny. Not something which is true for most comedic efforts. The irony and satire are brilliant. And closer to the truth than we dare admit.

    Ebert’s review of ADAPTATION is almost as charming as the movie. Who could resist? I’d almost forgotten the pleasure of discovering and watching this movie. And you’re right; it’s a keeper.

  3. booklover35 Says:

    South Park and the movies are interesting – but the loss of a PQS Texas installment? A literary tragedy! I hope the magic of PC unfrying somehow can be brought to bear!

  4. Luscious Lyndee Says:

    Awesome, awesome movie…Adaptation! In fact, I just put it in que on NetFlix…so that I can watch it again!

    Hope you are well, chica! I miss ya and love ya bunches!!!

  5. puzzler565 Says:

    Every one else is talking about your cultural comments but Angela – get to this doctor or some doctor soon! Your allergy, or anything else that takes you out of commission, is a serious threat to the wellbeing of man! (At least to this man!) Take care of yourself, my enchantress.

  6. Isabel Says:

    I miss you. Go take care of yourself quick so I can continue to harass… err… I mean seek your wisdom 😉

  7. Luscious Lyndee Says:

    I hope you are ok, Ang! Thoughts of you on this Easter Sunday…take care, sweets!!


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