(...even a lion kitten.)
Saturday, July 17, 2010
Thursday, July 15, 2010
(Today in not-takin'-any-more-of-yer-damn-crap: Divine. Congratulations Argentina!)
- Argentine Senate passes marriage equality while the President already vowed to sign the bill. Thousands erupt in joyful dancing.
- BP ready to test new oil cap with lots of conditional phrases.
- Arizona's new law against brown people who don't talk good English heads to federal court in Phoenix today.
- Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D - Illinois) puts forward LGBT inclusive immigration reform bill. GOP decidedly chilly to the idea.
- Skanky, professional hater of gays Anita Bryant returns from the dead. Vows to terrorize children, drink blood and consume the flesh of the living. (Via Towleroad.)
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
(Today in shoes: The Oxford. Photo courtesy of A Suitable Wardrobe.)
- God damned federal appeals panel strikes down f*cking FCC ban on foul language.
- Bristol Palin and Levi Johnson announce their plans to belly up to the hitchin' post. Aren't straight people adorable?
- Ahead of mid - term elections, Democrats suggest Obama criticize the GOP, rather than "Washington culture," in light of grumpy public. (The Democrats ARE Washington culture you see.)
- Tea Partiers "traumatized" by NAACP condemnation of Tea Party racism and bigotry.
- Self - righteous, hate - filled gasbag indignant that due process and equal protection apply to gays. I won't link to Maggie Gallagher's whiny, scuzzy essay. If you really want to read the thing go to "Human Events" online and search under her name. You'll be sorry.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
(Today in tight-fitting: Actress Bianca Lyons shows of the new (1902) corset. My two cents: Curvy women rule!)
- BP testing new, tighter-fitting cap on their disastrously gushing oil well.
- US law guy vows to continue pursuit of Roman Polanski.
- Log Cabin Republicans sue the government over Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
- To receive breaking news on Judge Walker's imminent Prop 8 ruling, send a text message to 69866 with the single word "equal." The American Foundation for Equal Rights will send you a text as soon as Walker rules. (Hat tip to Dr. Snickerdoodle.)
- Inappropriately named "National Organization for Marriage" crapping its drawers over DOMA loss in Massachusetts. Maggie Gallagher searching for work at Burger King.
Monday, July 12, 2010
(Today in shoes: The Kitten Heel. Photo by Bret L.)
- Go arthropods! Octopus accurately predicts World Cup winners. (via Joe My God.)
- High speed boat race in the Bahamas nabs "barefoot bandit." Law enforcement ponders who will play suspect in movie.
- US fails to provide vital information to Swiss. Roman Polanski free to make more bad films.
- Possible losses in US House of Representatives signal worries for Democrats' continued strategy of bold caution.
- Capehart applauds Massachusetts DOMA ruling, still concerned about prop 8 case.
Sunday, July 11, 2010
("I just had to wear a tight uniform and make eyes at Anne Francis. I was pretty thin back then," said Leslie Nielson of his role in the 1956 technicolor, cinemascope, sci-fi goodie Forbidden Planet. ...and don't call me Shirley!)
- The Federal suit fighting Arizona's new law against brown people who don't talk good English is based on the fact that states have no jurisdiction over immigration. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder chatted about that and other vital things on telly yesterday.
- "Yer fired." CNN cans senior middle east editor after she tweets praise for one of the founders of Hezbollah.
- Opposition lobs a few (figurative) hand grenades at Elena Kagan as her confirmation vote looms.
- Why didn't they just ask: "How do you feel about c*cksucking soldiers sharing your dorm?" SLDN reacts strongly to DADT troop survey seemingly designed to "stoke the fires of homophobia."
- I guess we'll have to get those "other mice" to make Cinderella's dress. Scientists create lesbian mice for some reason. (Hat tip to Dr. Snickerdoodle.)
- Super, happy birthday wishes to Schep, I mean Jim. Hug and a kiss for you - and don't call me Shirley!