Thursday, January 31, 2008

Bad Girl's Club

It is THURSDAY people! Welcome. C'mon in.

Today, my friends, is Justin Timberlake's 27th birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JUSTIN! If you watch the Superbowl/Super Bowl (I don't know...) whenever the Superbowl/Super Bowl or SOOPER bowl (whatever your preference is), look for Justin's commercial. He did almost all of his own stunts.

Enjoy THIS video...

Does anyone watch the Oxygen Network's "The Bad Girl's Club?" Yes, it's another "reality" show featuring a bunch of bad girl ho's and their struggles to get along with one another while residing under one roof. (Honestly, I don't know why I waste my time.) The "cast" is made up of about 10 tragically flawed women - there's a lot of "Oh no you d'int's"/finger wavin'/cryin'/fightin'/yellin' going on (which is disturbing but also great entertainment, like "To Catch A Predator"). Anyhoo, "Tanisha" is my "favorite." (She's cute in her own "bad girl" way.) Did you see her last night? She was peeved because the "party girls" were making too much noise, disturbing her sleep (and then they put a bottle of Tabasco sauce in her fruit juice, which, I guess, doesn't taste good). Tanisha retaliated the following morning by performing her new rap hit, "Get The F&%# Up." If you missed it, check this out...

Anyway, don't emulate these women. They aren't good.

Okay, that's IT for today.

"We" will see YOU later!



Wednesday, January 30, 2008

That's What She Said

Stunning, isn't he?

How are YOU? Welcome back (don't get too comfortable - we're not staying long).

Well, the hottest Democratic candidate dropped out of the race today. That's right, John Edwards is no longer running for the presidency. I really wanted him to win (which is odd, since I plan on voting for Hillary next week).

Has everyone heard the expression, "that's what she said?" I think straight guys say this to one another as a form of bravado. The expression has been further popularized by NBC's hit, "The Office." Watch THIS video....

Anyhoo, I LOVE this show, and I love this expression, don't you? Cracks me up every time. It's just silly. Gay people don't usually use this expression (unless they are referring to another effeminate man and add the word, "gurl," as in "gurl, that's what she said, gurl!" (Use "gurl" twice for emphasis.) (I don't know why I am writing about this, but it IS what is on my mind tonight (that's what she said)). Try using this in your place of work - it's winning.

Okay, it's time for "Wife Swap" (that show is bananas, b-a-n-a-n-a-s, isn't it?)

Until next time (that's what she said),


Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Don't Care For The "O"

Hello FRIENDS (and total strangers)!

Welcome BACK!

How have YOU been? ("We" care you know.) "We" have "missed" you this past week. "Kev" has been super busy with no time to "stop in."

The weather here is GR-EAT, so this will be short.

What should we chat about today? How about celebrity birthdays? TODAY is Greg Louganis's 48th birthday. Of course, "Kev" met Greg in Miami when he ("Kev") was a young, thin/full head of hair, gay back in the early 90's. I (er, "Kev") was on Spring Break and met Greg at a Cuban restaurant. It was great fun (what more can I say?). TODAY is also Oprah's 54th birthday. You know, several of my friends have confided that they don't care for the "O." She's somewhat self-righteous and a little annoying, no? (Yes, "Kev" met "O" back in the early 90's also (when she was really big and still doing those "your mama slept with your boyfriend" shows), although I think I shared my experience meeting her previously. (Her off camera persona was different (a real beyotch (sp?)) than her on air persona (givin' away cars), but that was a long time ago.) TODAY is also Tom Selleck's birthday (he's 63 and still lookin' good) and TODAY would have been W.C. Fields' 128th birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY ALL OF YOU (and YOU, if today is your day).

John Edwards will be speaking in Atlanta tomorrow night and "Kev" hopes to attend. (By "hopes," I mean, it's a nice thought but I probably won't make it.) He is the cutest, isn't he?

"Kev" is coming to Chicago! TWICE! "We" will see YOU (well, probably not you) in February AND March.

OKAY, it's gettin' dark and I gotta run now. Send YOUR "HOT Guy" nominations.

Have a GR-EAT week and be good!



Wednesday, January 23, 2008

It's Late

Welcome BACK y'all!

It is Wednesday, the 23rd of January. What's up? How are YOU?

While "we" shouldn't complain, "we" are tired of this winter weather. It's cold here folks!

As "we" discussed yesterday, Heath Ledger passed away. This is, of course, sad and still all over the news. The strangest thing being reported is that the person who discovered Heath's body (the massage therapist) called Mary Kate Olsen twice before calling 911. I don't understand this. What was Mary Kate supposed to do? What are YOUR thoughts? (Let's get some dialogue going here, shall we?)

Princess Caroline of Monaco turned 51 today! HAPPY BIRTHDAY bitch! (LOL - when am I going to grow up? She probably doesn't even read this.)

Okay - it's late, I'm tired (can you tell). I hope you all have a GR-EAT Thursday.

Love, hugs and David Beckham kisses (no, I don't know what that means) -


Tuesday, January 22, 2008


It is always "sad" to me when someone dies, especially someone young. By now you have all heard the news that actor Heath Ledger passed away this afternoon at his New York apartment. He was 28.

Here are some pics of Heath.

Have a good week everyone.



Monday, January 21, 2008

The Dash

What's up YOU? Today is MONDAY. Welcome back.

Today's "contribution" comes again from my Grandmother who sent THIS clip. Watch it, enjoy it, discuss it, live it.

Okay, since "Kev" is feeling under the weather today, "we" are going to say goodbye for now.

Hugs and love -


Sunday, January 20, 2008

Warm Breezes For You


Welcome BACK! I hope this post finds you well.

It is super cold here in HOT-lanta so I hope it is warmer wherever you are (although it probably isn't, unless you are a Phoenix-based friend, and then, well, it probably is). I want to give a special "shout out" to my Grandmother (and aunt) who are enduring MINUS 6 degree temperatures right now. I wish I could send warm breezes your way. (I am thinking of you...)

"Kev" would like to say "THANKS" to those of you who "stopped in" (literally) for brunch today. To those of you who couldn't make it, "we" missed you! We'll do it again, however (in like a year).

What else? Oh, actress Suzanne Pleshette died today of respiratory failure at the age of 70. Everyone remember her? She played Bob Newhart's wife on "The Bob Newhart Show." "The Bob Newhart Show" is one of those shows that transports me back to a place and time (my childhood), much like "The Love Boat," "Charlie's Angels" and "Fantasy Island." "The Bob Newhart Show" reminds me of my Grandfather because he liked watching this show. Sam the butcher died last Thursday (he didn't remind me of anyone, except Alice, whom I didn't really know).

Okay, it's late, I'm tired so "we" are simply going to say "goodnight."

I hope you all stay warm.

Love and hugs,


Friday, January 18, 2008

Friday's (er...) HOT Guy...

Alright, you've been "Punk'd." (Is that show still on, BTW, or is that an outdated reference that makes me seem out of touch?) Today's HOT Guy is not a HOT guy, but is instead my favorite rock and roll icon, Stevie Nicks. (It's "Kev's Corner" so "we'll" do what we want... Throw convention to the wind/"switch it up." Plus, "we" can't think of a HOT Guy this week.)

I was catching up on my "Stevie" news last night and was thinking how "sad" (okay, not "sad" but perhaps disappointed) that I am because I will not be able to catch either of Stevie's shows in Los Angeles next month. (It's been a little more than two months since I have last seen her.) If you live in the L.A. area (um, Jimmy) - Stevie will be performing on February 1 at the "Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino" (what kind of place is that, anyway?) and on Saturday, February 2 at the Honda Center.

I also realized that earlier in the week, "we" (I, whoever...) neglected to explain that the song "Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You" (known by her fans as "HAEWAFY") was written by Stevie to Joe Walsh of the Eagles, whom Stevie dated for a long period of time. She also slams the men in her life in this song when she refers to them as "priests of nothing," which, in plain English, is a good-for-nothin'.

For those of you interested, I will tell you that Stevie, from what I have read, has now sold her homes in both Paradise Valley, Arizona and Los Angeles and is supposed to move into a rock 'n roll high rise in downtown L.A.. I used to love sitting outside the gates at Stevie's Phoenix home. Those were some special times. I will miss knowing where she lives. (Yes, I'm nuts.)

What is going on with the stock market? Financial analysts are predicting a recession and I can tell you that I have already lost a couple thousand dollars in the period of the last 4 days! (That's two front row seats/meet 'n greets at a Stevie Nicks concert!)

What's everyone got planned for the weekend? Whatever it is, "we" hope you enjoy yourself. Don't think about the recession. Relax. YOU work too hard. (Do you work? "We" don't know...)

"We" will be back when we feel like it.

Much love,

Priest of Nothing (aka, "Kev")

The picture below is of a display at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (that I have seen in person MANY times)

This picture was sent to "us"/me by Stevie's #1 fan, Alicia... (I used to do that very pose when I was, like, 20.)

Thursday, January 17, 2008



What's up everybody? Just a quick post to say, "What's up everybody?" (Which we already said.)

What's going on in Hollywood today? Does anyone know? (I don't.) I have to say, I don't mention Clay Aiken much in this blog, well, because I simply don't like him (or his voice or the fact that he won't come out of the closet, not to mention the fact that he is, well, very unappealing and not nice to look at). You may have heard that Gaiken is starring in "Spamalot," Monty Python's musical, in New York. It's really a shame because that is such a great show. I hope you all get the chance to say "no thanks" or "I'll pass this time" on the Gaiken. (And for any of our "friends" from the Clay Aiken Fraud Squad (which I believe is now available by invite only), we say "HEY!" and "WE miss YOU!" "We" hope you are continuing your great work debunking the mystery that is Clay Aiken. (Someone has to do it.)

Okay, that's really all that was on my mind, which is, well, sad. "We" hear Kiefer Sutherland is being released from an L.A. County jail this Monday. "We" say, "GOOD FOR YOU!" (Kiefer is too cute to keep incarcerated. Share him with the world.)

What else? What else? Are you following the primaries? That Huckabee is a real nut, isn't he? His look alone is enough for me to tune him out. He looks like a dummy. We've had enough of that. The "Corner," as you know, is officially endorsing Hillary Clinton. Or John Edwards. Perhaps Barack Obama. "We" don't know... Most likely Hillary. Or John Edwards. Hillary for sure but possibly Obama. ("Kev" IS volunteering for Hillary's campaign... "He" will be calling YOU soon.)

Well, it's time for "The Office" and I love that show so I am going to bid you adieu.

Have a GR-EAT Friday everyone!

Love and hugs -


Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Brad Renfro

"Kev" took the evening off tonight to catch "Cats" at the "fabulous" Fox Theatre, but "we" wanted to share this news from People Magazine... (While not mentioned in the article below, Brad Renfro was the actor in the movie "Sleepers," who performed (sorry this is graphic) oral sex on Kevin Bacon. What? It's what "we" thought of when "we" read the article...) Anyhoo, here is the sad news...

Actor Brad Renfro has died at age 25, PEOPLE has confirmed.

Renfro died Tuesday at a Los Angeles apartment where he spent the night with friends, Craig Harvey, chief investigator for the Los Angeles county coroner, tells PEOPLE.

Renfro was heard snoring overnight, but found not breathing later Tuesday morning, and the friends called 911. Paramedics declared him dead at the scene at about 9 a.m., Harvey says.

A cause of death was not immediately determined, but Renfro had a history of drug problems.

Drug overdose is a "possibility considering his history, but right now all we have is the history of his drinking the previous night," Harvey says. "All that we have is that he was last known to be alive during the morning hours and he was snoring."

The actor, who starred in The Client and Apt Pupil, had recently completed a movie with Winona Ryder and Billy Bob Thornton.

Film director Joel Schumacher discovered Renfro at age 12 and cast him in the 1994 John Grisham movie The Client (which also starred Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones). The following year, PEOPLE named the young screen hopeful one of its "Top 30 Under 30." The actor's other credits include Tom and Huck, Ghost World and Deuces Wild.

But Renfro had a troubled life off-screen, going back to 1997 when he was sentenced to two years of probation after he tried to steal a yacht.

In 2005, Renfro was busted again, this time in a police sting in which he was charged with a felony count of attempting to possess heroin. In a separate incident, he was charged with a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence and two counts of driving with a suspended license.

In January 2006, he entered a rehab program. At the time, Renfro's attorney, Richard Kaplan, told the Los Angeles Times that his client was doing well and "looks forward to doing whatever is necessary to take care of his personal and legal issues." Renfro eventually plead guilty to the heroin charge and was sentenced to three years' probation.

Most recently, in June 2007 Renfro was found to have violated his probation by not enrolling in a long-term drug treatment program. A judge warned him that if he violated probation two more times, he could be sentence to a live-in rehab program or to jail time.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You?

Has anyone ever written anything for you? Why, yes, yes they have. We have here at the "Corner!" "We" have given that (this blog that is) to YOU and we want you to remember us. Okay, I am simply quoting lyrics at this point. This is in fact the title of a Stevie Nicks song that "we" just love (plus the photo above is new on The Nicks Fix, Stevie's official web site, and "we" wanted to share it with you).

Welcome back everyone! How are you? What's up? What's going on? ("We" need to know... That's another Stevie Nicks song! It's great.)

I am so over Britney. (Anyone know the latest? It's been about 10 minutes since I heard her latest crazy antics.) Actually, "we" wish everyone would just leave that girl alone. (I can't even write bad things about her - it's like making fun of a retarded kid - you just don't do it.)

How about the Golden Globes? Did anyone watch them? Who won? (I didn't watch it.)

The circus is in town. Remember to boycott it. Just say no.

What else? What else? Not one person "guessed" what Friday's "HOT Guy," Andy Roddick's, pet-peeve is... You might recall that Andy does not like it when someone is trying to enter the elevator when he is trying to exit. "We" agree with Andy. That shit really irks us as well. Thoughtless bastards.

Okay, it's time for "Prison Break," and I don't want to miss it. ("We" love a little Wentworth Miller, don't you?)

If you feel inclined to watch this Stevie Nicks video, "we" hope you enjoy it. It's one of my favorites and the inspiration for this post - the piano part is, well, very nice. You may have guessed this/saw it coming BUT... "Kev" was also at this VERY show in San Francisco, which makes the clip even more special (to me anyway, probably does nothing for you).

Here's some comedy for you...

That's IT folks.

Hugs and Kisses!


Friday, January 11, 2008

Friday's HOT Guy...

What's up bitches? It's FRIDAY AND today marks "our" 400th post! I'm in a good mood today (probably because it's Friday but more likely because I am already drinking). Whatever the reason, I won't question or tempt it. "We" hope you are feeling good too.

"We" just learned that another tiger has escaped his (or her) habitat at the San Francisco Zoo. "We" say "good for you!" and "run like hell!" (No one likes to be caged like an animal - especially an animal.)
Is anyone watching "Celebrity Apprentice" (Thursday evenings on NBC)? I admit, I am already "hooked." I don't particularly care for any of the celebrity contestants (although I love Omarosa - she's a hard-knuckled, no non-sense type that none of the other celebrities can tolerate because they are used to being coddled and she ain't going for it) but the show has me setting my TIVO (ok, I don't have TIVO but if I said, "VCR," you'd really think I was out of touch). Anyhoo - catch the show and then let's "discuss." Watching Gene Simmons lead a team is hysterical. He's a goon for certain. (Donald Trump's son (the older one, not the baby) is cute too.)

I did not realize Zac Efron wears make up (fake eye lashes and a base/concealer). How could I have been so naive not to notice this? (I don't know why I am sharing this, but it's what I am thinking at this moment. Still waters run deep, don't they?)

Oh, while "we" are discussing television (it's my only passion) how about "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency?" Janice is one of those celebrities (original super model) that I didn't care for when I was first exposed to her (she's a little crazy, right?). She looks like a tranny (which is simply just a side effect from the Botox) but I have grown to enjoy her show and the hot guys she scouts (like T.J. Wilke, our favorite, although he quit her agency). Last week she made a girl cry who couldn't fit into her size 4 skirt, which, to me, is real entertainment. A nice escape from the "day to day" plaguing me every day.

"Kev" is working on accumulating his 2008 "GP's" (a phrase coined by "Princess," which is "gay points" for those of you who don't remember). To bring you up to speed, you (if you claim to be gay) must satisfy the minimum required gay points (MRGP'S) each year as indicated by the state in which you live, to maintain your gay lifestyle and convince those around you that you are undoubtedly gay. Required points vary by location. For example, if you live in, let's say, the Castro, you are automatically exempt. No one questions your gayness. Unfortunately, living in Midtown, while a good start, I am required to satisfy a minimum of 1,000 points this year and will be seeing "CATS" at the "Fabulous" Fox Theatre next week. I can't wait to see Old Deuteronomy and Mistofelees (my favorites) in person!

Today's "HOT Guy" has been featured here before and is none other than tennis star Andy Roddick. He's the hottest, isn't he? (Actually, not as hot as David Beckham but I am certain you have grown tired of seeing David here). I still remember Andy's "pet peeve" (which "we" shared with you the last time he was featured) which is also one of mine but now every time someone does this to me, I think of Andy, because I know it bugs him when someone does it to him. Does anyone remember what Andy's (and my) pet peeve is? I would say "we" would have a contest and give a free "Kev's Corner" tee to the winner, but given the overwhelming response to our last 7 contests (you're all losers), we will simply ask if you remember.

I hope you ALL have a GR-EAT weekend and we will see ya when we see ya.

Love and David Beckham hugs (I don't know what I am writing anymore - I'm pulling a "Britney"),


Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Tips For The Ladies

Today's contribution was sent to "us" by "our" (okay, just mine) dear Grandmother. "We"/I (all of us) just love her.

Enjoy! And "we" will see YOU tomorrow!



Tips for the ladies (and "Kev's Corner" readers) for 2008:

1. Aspire to be Barbie - the bitch has everything.

2. If the shoe fits, buy one in every color.

3. Take life with a pinch of salt... a wedge of lime, and a shot of tequila

4. In need of a support group? - Cocktail hour with the girls!

5. Go on the 30 day gin and tonic diet. (I'm on it and so far I've lost 15 days).

6. When life gets you down, just put on your big girl panties and deal with it.

7. Let your greatest fear be that there is no PMS and this is just my personality.

8. I know I'm in my own little world, but it's ok. They know me here.

9. Lead me not into temptation; I can find it myself.

10. Don't get your knickers in a knot - it solves nothing and makes you walk funny.

11. When life gives you lemons in 2008 - turn it into lemonade, then mix it with vodka.

12. Remember every good looking ,sweet, single male is someone else's ex-boyfriend (or gay)!

13. Now smile and send to any girl wasting time at work, suffering from a hangover, or just suffering from work that might need a reason to smile.

Happy New Year

Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Where Do Homosexuals Get Their Energy?

What's up folks? Today's post comes to us from our friend, Mr. P. (as sort of a follow up to yesterday's topic). (I am really starting to think I am straight... You read this article by Brandon Kelly of "The Onion" and be the judge.) Anyhoo, THANKS "P," for sending this. To everyone else, have a GR-EAT evening.

Boy, am I beat. And it's not like I have some crazy life where I'm working three jobs and going to night school. No, I just have one job and a small apartment. I don't even have a pet to look after. Even so, it seems that no matter what I do, there's always more. If they put another eight hours in the day, I might be able to catch up on the laundry list of chores I have, or even just my laundry, if I were lucky. But you know who really gets it done? Homosexuals.

I know what you're saying: Brandon, you're just perpetuating the stereotype that homosexuals are superhuman. That is totally not true. All I'm saying is, with their boundless energy and talents, they make us straight guys look bad.

Just look at the way they dress. They must get up bright and early just to figure out how to match their homosexual outfits. They do this, plus take the time to have a nice, hot morning bath. And they eat, too. Homosexuals know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. By 8 a.m., they are out the door, fully rested and raring to go.

For me, just shopping for a new pair of shoes is exhausting. I try on maybe one or two new pairs, and I'm ready to call it a day. But a homosexual can sit for hours in Barney's tirelessly trying on dozens of pairs, and when he finds the one he wants, why, he's ready to wear those shoes out to a homosexual club and dance all night. What vim!

And that's another thing: Even after partying all night, homosexuals must have to work a lot in order to earn enough money for their active lifestyles. After all, meals at the trendiest restaurants in town don't grow on trees. So they go to their jobs as designers and lawyers and architects and work hard to afford all these things. Their busy minds are always whirring, whirring, whirring.

They're no slouches at home, either—they always have to be fixing something. Homosexuals are the first ones to go into a bad neighborhood, buy a beautiful old building, restore it to its former grandeur, and then wait until a coffee shop opens on the block. Or they open one themselves! Do you understand? They don't even have a coffee shop when they move into the neighborhood. I can't get anything done without a cup of good coffee.

And do you know what they do after restoring a building? To the gym! They pump iron and play racquetball like they were tying their shoes. It's nothing to them. Or they go jogging in an urban riverside park and take their dogs with them. And as they do these things, they effortlessly carry on the most sparkling conversations filled with witty bon mots and juicy innuendo. That physical activity frees up their minds and gives them ideas for their next play or painting. Imagine being able to run six miles a day and make indelible contributions to the arts and letters of our country. Phew! I get tired just thinking about it!

And don't remind me about those gallery openings. After a hard day of work, I was barely able to drag my ass down to the last one. I told myself, I'm not doing this again anytime soon! But it would never occur to homosexuals to think those things. The moment I walked in, there they were, dressed impeccably and criticizing the choice of wine. They'd even prepared these fantastic hors d'oeuvres trays. Ever heard of jicama? Well, if you're homosexual, you have. It's a very tasty vegetable and, though exotic, an ideal choice for a light appetizer. Naturally!

So I ask, where do they get all their energy? Is it from all that meth? I've heard it's an epidemic in the homosexual community, and it may explain how they can charge through their day. But that doesn't seem like the whole explanation. Perhaps it's the centuries of persecution that's kept them on their toes. Or maybe homosexual sex is simply more invigorating and satisfying. Or could it be that their quest to be perfect is a way to compensate for their families' shame? It's a mystery to me! But whatever it is, it sure seems to be working.

Monday, January 07, 2008

How To Be Gay


How are YOU? "We" are just f-i-n-e, fine. "We" swiped this from Perez Hilton's blog ("we" admit it...). A REAL course on how to be gay! Can you imagine just how gay the instructor must be?

ENGLISH 317. Literature and Culture.
Section 002 — How to be Gay: Male Homosexuality and Initiation.

Credits: (3; 2 in the half-term).

Instructor(s): David M Halperin (

Course Description:

Just because you happen to be a gay man doesn't mean that you don't have to learn how to become one. Gay men do some of that learning on their own, but often we learn how to be gay from others, either because we look to them for instruction or because they simply tell us what they think we need to know, whether we ask for their advice or not.

This course will examine the general topic of the role that initiation plays in the formation of gay male identity. We will approach it from three angles: (1) as a sub-cultural practice — subtle, complex, and difficult to theorize — which a small but significant body of work in queer studies has begun to explore; (2) as a theme in gay male writing; and (3) as a class project, since the course itself will constitute an experiment in the very process of initiation that it hopes to understand.

In particular, we will examine a number of cultural artifacts and activities that seem to play a prominent role in learning how to be gay: Hollywood movies, grand opera, Broadway musicals, and other works of classical and popular music, as well as camp, diva-worship, drag, muscle culture, taste, style, and political activism. Are there a number of classically 'gay' works such that, despite changing tastes and generations, all gay men, of whatever class, race, or ethnicity, need to know them, in order to be gay? What is there about gay identity that explains the gay appropriation of these works? What do we learn about gay male identity by asking not who gay men are but what it is that gay men do or like? One aim of exploring these questions is to approach gay identity from the perspective of social practices and cultural identifications rather than from the perspective of gay sexuality itself. What can such an approach tell us about the sentimental, affective, or subjective dimensions of gay identity, including gay sexuality, that an exclusive focus on gay sexuality cannot?

At the core of gay experience there is not only identification but disidentification. Almost as soon as I learn how to be gay, or perhaps even before, I also learn how not to be gay. I say to myself, 'Well, I may be gay, but at least I'm not like that!' Rather than attempting to promote one version of gay identity at the expense of others, this course will investigate the stakes in gay identifications and disidentifications, seeking ultimately to create the basis for a wider acceptance of the plurality of ways in which people determine how to be gay.

Additional note. This course is not a basic introduction to gay male culture, but an exploration of certain issues arising from it. It assumes some background knowledge. Students wishing to inform themselves about gay men and gay culture in a preliminary way should enroll in an introductory course in lesbian/gay studies.

Anyhoo, it looks like Hillary Clinton will be dropping out of the 2008 Presidential Race. "We" are disappointed about this.

Well folks, that's all for today. I hope you all have a GR-EAT week.



Saturday, January 05, 2008

Happy New Year

Hey BITCHES! Guess who's back? Me, that's who. C'mon in.


"Kev" is now home from his travels and just wanted to say "wut up!?;"

By now, you have all heard about Britney, her melt-down/hospitalization, and Dr. Phil coming to her rescue. He's a douche bag, I think.

How about the Iowa caucus? "We" were certain Hillary would win it, but what do "we" know?

Well, that's all I care to write about right now. "We'll" be back later in the week with some new posts!


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