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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Inna-Lexuals In Da House?

Theory Makes Me Tear (Up) Against the Wall Muthafucka

einstein had one.
darwin too.

newton thought.
copernicus viewed.

lit crit nonalslefffnnnssse, context,,aafa;jljaljf
skis  so jjjblef, cold ice heck heck heck heck heck

(and thank you)

(and I have a crush on Raphael Saadiq, who's straight. damn.):

Today's Etymology: Serendipity

What is the origin of the word ‘serendipity’?

The wonderfully onomatopoeic SERENDIPITY  means the making of happy and unexpected discoveries by accident.

It was invented by the writer and politicianHorace Walpole Horace Walpole in 1754 as an allusion to Serendip, an old name forSri Lanka.

 Walpole was a prolific letter writer, and he explained to one of his main correspondents that he had based the word on the title of a fairy tale, The Three Princes of Serendip, the heroes of which ‘were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of ’.

Incidentally, the original Persian name for Sri Lanka (and in earlier times Ceylon) was Sarandib, a corruption of the Sanskrit Sinhaladvipa which literally meant ‘the island where lions dwell’. 

WHAT A PRICK (tv) Brings You March 31, 2012

Friday, March 30, 2012


Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village though ...

I am opposed to so-called ' tree-marriage ' -- we must stamp this out by root, and by branch ... (but not tonight).

Six Months in Jail for the "Crime" of Kissing

Two men, one European, one Asian, have lost an appeal to their conviction for the crime of "committing an indecent act in a public place," in Abu Dhabi.

They have been sentenced to six months in prison each for kissing each other on the mouth on a street in the capital of the United Arab Emirates.

Their names have not been released.

The men have denied the accusation, which was made by a man who was driving by at the time.  The men claim that the European man simply kissed his friend on the head, as an affectionate gesture of goodbye.

Their defense attorney maintained that their accuser had given contradictory statements.

The men will now be forced to complete the six month sentences, after which they will be deported.

source: Greg Hernandez, Gay Star News  GSN

Santorum Takes It Like A Lady (While Sitting Down)

"I love playing bitches. There's a lot of bitch in every woman - a lot in every man. "

                                                -- Joan Crawford


Thursday, March 29, 2012

Mother of 9-11 Hero (who happened to be gay) Slams Carson Daly

  Mark Bingham - who died on UA 93.  Sept. 11, 2001

Alice Hoagland, mother of Mark Bingham, the gay man who led the charge into the cockpit of UA Flight 93's cockpit today slammed Carson Daly for his remarks on his radio show Wednesday morning. 

On his Los Angeles radio show Wednesday morning, Daly, 38, insinuated that gay passengers wouldn't have been able step in and remove the JetBlue pilot whose meltdown put the men, women, and children on his flight in danger.

Carson Daly

"Most of them were on their way to some sort of security conference in Las was like a bunch of...well-trained dudes, thank God," Daly said. "With my luck, it would be like, 'This is the flight going to [the gay pride parade] in San Francisco...'Uh, we're headed down to Vegas for the floral convention.''

Ms. Hoagland angrily retorted today: 

 "Yes, [Mark] was known in our family for bringing me flowers on my birthday and Mother's Day," Hoagland wrote in a statement. "He also was known for careening down the rugby pitch, and, on the morning of September 11, 2001, for charging unarmed down the aisle of a doomed Boeing 757."

Continued Hoagland, "No one among of fellow passengers was asking, 'Are you straight? Are you gay?'...The world has its share of strong, heroic gay men. Gay men in sports uniforms and military uniforms have been winning America's games and fighting America's battles for a long time: quietly, humbly, and in the face of vicious bigotry."

 Daly issued a statement Thursday morning apologizing for his narrow-minded comments."We live in a time where gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals find courage every day to overcome adversity, stand up to bullying and find equality. I'm truly saddened that my words today suggested otherwise," the radio host wrote to GLAAD. "I've long been a supporter of Gay and Lesbian rights, and I'm saddened that my comments, however unintentional, offended anyone, specifically members of the LGBT community...I'm not that guy. I'm proud to be an ally of the LGBT community and will continue to fight with them."

Read more: US Magazine