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Right Out

Second Avenue In front of Trump Palace 8:30am Stroller-pushing nanny on cell: “I swear to fucking Jesus, if I have to sit through Dora The Explorer one more fucking time, I’m jumping right off the 40th floor. Right out the fucking window. RIGHT OUT! Adios, muchachos!”

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Time To Move To A Higher Floor

Uh oh. The Arctic ice cap shrank so much this summer that waves briefly lapped along two long-imagined Arctic shipping routes, the Northwest Passage over Canada and the Northern Sea Route over Russia. Arctic Study Researchers haul a buoy across the Arctic sea ice in August, led by two Coast Guard crew whose job was to ward off polar bears …

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Good Work Wednesday

NYC: The NY Gay Football League hosts its 3rd Annual Bachelor Auction tonight at Splash, benefiting the Ali Forney Center, NYC’s gay youth shelter. Auction begins at 8pm. BearForce1 performs later in the evening. NYC: The Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project will stage their 2007 Courage Awards at Gotham Hall on November 19th, hosted by B.D. Wong. This year’s honorees: …

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Morning View – Metropolitan Club

In 1893 J.P. Morgan commissioned Stanford White to build the opulent Metropolitan Club after Morgan was denied membership to downtown social clubs, as bankers were considered low-class. Built at the corner of Fifth Avenue and East 60th, it is considered by many to be Stanford White’s best work. Other Manhattan landmarks by Stanford White: the Washington Square Arch, the Century …

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Folsom Is For Grown-Ups

Michelle Malkin ranted yesterday about a gay couple in San Francisco who dressed their two year-old twins in lace and leather collars and took them to Folsom Street Fair. From the SF paper [X]Press: Two-year-olds Zola and Veronica Kruschel waddled through Folsom Street Fair amidst strangers in fishnets and leather crotch pouches, semi and fully nude men. The twin girls …

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Murky Details On Dean Johnson’s Death

Strange details are emerging surrounding the death of pioneering New York personality Dean Johnson. From today’s Page Six in the NY Post: October 2, 2007 — DEAN Johnson, a legendary promoter of gay parties in downtown Manhattan, was found dead in Washington, D.C., last week and pals fear he was murdered. Lower East Side photographer John Penley told Page Six …

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Bill Clinton, First Lady

The latest New York Magazine has a great story about the role Bill Clinton would play in a Hillary adminstration. Contrary to Hillary’s time as First Lady, when she had an office in the West Wing and helped formulate key social policies, Bill would have to be as absent as possible from the White House, lest Hillary be viewed as …

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Catholic League Backs Off Miller Brewing

Miller Brewing has announced a “full-scale review” of their promotional activities. In response, the Catholic League’s Bill Donahue says that for now, they are tabling a “serious course of action” they had planned against Miller Brewing. “Today’s San Francisco Chronicle reports that at yesterday’s Folsom Street Fair, ‘couples led each other up and down the street with dog collars and …

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Sandy Murder Trial Update

To bolster his contention that he is gay himself and therefore not subject to hate crimes embellishments in the murder of Michael Sandy, yesterday three “older” men testified on behalf of defendant Anthony Fortunato, 21, stating that they had hooked up with Fortunato online previous to the Sandy murder. Two of the men mentioned that Fortunato had showed up at …

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