Monday, January 9
by Sue on Mon 09 Jan 2006 08:51 PM EST
It was bound to happen I suppose, but geez it was cool. A friend of mine, libertarian in his views but openminded in his practices, mentioned that he stumbled across my blog while wasting his precious personal time on the Internet.
I was all smiles.
Then he asked me if I've had any other visitors :-(
I guess now I'll find out ...
Sue ... one very tired and fluish lesbian ....
by Sue on Mon 09 Jan 2006 04:35 PM EST
Must to the delight of all my fans (Hi Mom), I'll be joining John McIntire tonight for a tete-a-tete during the 11 PM hour on KDKA. We'll be discussing gay cowboys, Gene Shallit, the AFA and, of course, lesbians.
Very exciting stuff. For all you McIntire fans, he'll be guest hosting in the 9 -12 slot all week.
Go see Brokeback Mountain on Friday!
by Sue on Mon 09 Jan 2006 07:23 AM EST
Yesterday, Rick and his hate-mongerer-in-Christian-clothing buddies spewed the typical claptrap at Justice Sunday III
Mr. Santorum said "extreme liberal judges" are "destroying traditional morality and creating a new moral code."
"The Supreme Court has become the supreme branch of the government imposing its unrestrained will on all of the people," Mr. Santorum said. "The only way to restore this Republic our founders envisioned is to elevate honorable jurists like Samuel Alito who will help replace the hubris of this court with humility and respect for the common sense of the American people."
I thought the Supreme Court is supposed to respect the US CONSTITUTION.
Rick -- was it humble to steal taxpayer monies to pay for your children's education? was it respectful to lie about the occupants of your Penn Hills residence?
And here come the threats ...
The Rev. Herbert H. Lusk, who leads Greater Exodus, railed against gay marriage, abortion and what he termed as Christian-bashing, and warned that those who trifle with "people of god" will face consequences.
"Don't fool with the church," said Rev. Lusk, "because the church has buried many a critic, and all the critics we have not buried we're making funeral arrangements for."
Can you just hear the rumbling background to the "Its not nice to fool with mother nature" commercials?
I wonder if the funeral will be in consecrated or unconsecrated ground?
But back to Rick ... seriously, did he think that this would redeem his fundie-whacko street cred? Bash a few homos, pray with Jerry Fallwell and what ... your flip-flop on Intelligent Design is forgotten?
How much respect is he showing for the common sense of American Christians?
Sunday, January 8
by Sue on Sun 08 Jan 2006 11:04 AM EST
This is making the rounds. Found it at HouseBlend
Ten Reasons Gay Marriage Is Wrong
Nice twist on all the usual junk spewing forth from the sanctimonious homophobes.
I'm off to go put a chink in Rick Santorum's marriage by having breakfast with my partner.
Saturday, January 7
Friday, January 6
by Sue on Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:12 PM EST
Two hour premiere tonight. Found it to be engaging, more reminiscent of Picket Fences than Joan of Arcadia. With a salty dash of Desperate Housewives tossed in or perhaps it was the similar background music? Either way, the gay characters are soooo not the biggest issue for the American Family Association.
This show has several flavors of adultery, cursing, premarital sex, drug usage, illegal downloading from the Internet, the mafia, gossip, xenophobia, greed, etc. And that's just in the first episode.
It is a cornucopia of scandal!
As an unabashed soap opera addict, I'll be tuning in each week.
by Sue on Fri 06 Jan 2006 07:02 PM EST
(East Lansing, Michigan) More than a dozen people in purple T-shirts with the slogan "Lavender Menace" were scattered ... more »
by Sue on Fri 06 Jan 2006 06:41 PM EST
Opens in Pittsburgh on 1/13/2005.