Days Like This

Posted by: on Mar 19, 2006 | No Comments

City’s just beautiful today. Got out a bit earlier, but home doing housework now. At least the view is nice:

Overheard on MUNI

Posted by: on Mar 17, 2006 | No Comments

“So… can you do my friend?”
“Um, okay. Why the hell not. I’ll do him.”


Posted by: on Mar 11, 2006 | One Comment

It kinda snowed here today, well, more precisely, it was probably a soft hail that accumulated. About an inch, actually. I tried to take a picture outside my house, but couldn’t figure out the whole night-shot goodness on my camera.
At any rate, a few hours later, I caught this pathetic smoking snowman still alive atop a trashcan @ Safeway.

Attention North Carolinans!

Posted by: on Mar 9, 2006 | No Comments

You’ve got a winner running for Congress: Vernon Robinson! He apparently starts off each day with a big giant bowl of crazy. C&L’s got a lovely little gem of a campaign commercial:

This is isn’t a joke or a parody commercial. It’s just insane. Robinson is running for Congress in North Carolina and he uses the Twilight Zone theme to attack gays, judges, African Americans and just about anything or anyone else you can think of.

[ hat tip to DT ]


Posted by: on Mar 6, 2006 | No Comments

Gays brokenhearted over ‘Brokeback’ loss

This retarded headline over at sfgate barely prepares you for the ridiculous article.

“I felt like ‘Brokeback Mountain’ was a film that brought Americans together over issues of homophobia,” said Grant Colfax, who hugged and wept with his partner, Rod Rogers, as the final award of the night went to a movie that instead explored issues of race. Although Colfax said he liked “Crash,” he called it a safe choice.
Others were less diplomatic.
“I think that’s an absolute horror,” said Brad Bruner, who is a leader in the Golden State Gay Rodeo Association. “It’s an outright sign of homophobia in our country. (‘Crash’) won no awards before this. It makes me sick.”

Weeping? WEEPING? Homophobic Hollywood? Cowboy fags from the 60s a modern day bridge builder? Good gravy, what a bizzare reality distortion field. Last I checked, we still live in a world where we worry about SpongeBob’s sexuality and Katrina was punishment for homosexuality.

Intakes, Pumps, and Exhausts

Posted by: on Mar 5, 2006 | No Comments

This thing’s like a friggin’ 747…