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HomoQuotable – Bob Mould

“I have a very small life now. Literally, this street, down ten blocks, then two streets each way, it’s a box, and that’s my whole life. Inside this box, I’m comfortable and safe. I have a room I work in at home that’s a special place to me. But the rest of D.C. is weird, because both the military and …

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Huckabee’s Girl

“Riding on a Jesus-horse, you and me.” Is this same chick that did Obama Girl? This is the best so far of the increasingly large genre of candidate-rock. (Via – By The Bayou.)

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New Demographic: Gay Grandparents

The Philadelphia Inquirer published a sweet story about gay grandparents yesterday. “Lesbian grandmother” or “gay grandpa” used to sound like a contradiction in terms. But now gay grandfolk are a quietly emerging demographic – men and women who married in the 1960s and ’70s, had children, and came out later, sometimes only after their children were grown. There’s still no …

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Do You Double Dip?

If yesterday’s Super Bowl party has left your gut in distress, a Clemson professor says you might blame the double-dippers. Last year the food microbiologist’s undergraduate students examined the effects of double dipping using volunteers, wheat crackers and several sample dips. They found that three to six double dips transferred about 10,000 bacteria from an eater’s mouth to the remaining …

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Operation Frozen Grand Central

Improv Everywhere struck again, this time with a couple of hundred “agents” who, on cue, froze in place for five minutes at Grand Central Terminal. One of their more amusing pranks. I seriously gotta do the next one.

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Toss-Up

According to the latest Gallup national poll, Clinton and Obama are effectively tied going into tomorrow’s primary. You gotta admit, this has been quite the exciting primary season.

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Gay Couples Advance In NY, Oregon
Florida Haters Make Ballot

A state appellate court has ruled that all public and private employers in New York must now recognize same-sex couples legally married elsewhere. A New York appellate court ruled Friday that valid out-of-state marriages of same-sex couples must be legally recognized in New York, just as the law recognizes those of heterosexual couples solemnized elsewhere. Lawyers for both sides said …

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Virginia Is For (Twink) Lovers

Responding to “citizen complaints” about this in-store poster, Virginia Beach police charged the manager of the local Abercrombie & Fitch outlet with displaying “obscene materials in a business that is open to juveniles.” Police say they only acted after store management refused to heed previous warnings. The cops took the poster away to use it as, uh, evidence. Yeah, that’s …

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Manhattan Monday

– It’s raining men. And scaffolding. And concrete. Construction workers are falling out of the sky on almost a weekly basis these days. Manhattan’s high-rise boom has created an 83% spike in construction accidents over the last year. – Despite what my Punjabi cabbie told me last week, it looks like NYC’s massive Indian community is voting Clinton, as are …

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East Rutherford Giants Win Super Bowl

The Super Bowl was pretty exciting this year, wasn’t it? My back is bothering me a bit so I watched the game at home with Shelter Kitty. She liked the team in the aubergine blouses (she’s that gay), but I was happy to see the New Jersey York Giants win it. Plus, the Miami Dolphins get to keep their perfect …

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