Sunday, November 30, 2008
This is Saxby Chambliss and he is running for Senator in Georgia. Why is he important? Well, he not, which is why I'm writing about him.
This idiot has called on reinforcements and by reinforcements I mean Moose Mess herself, Sarah Palin to win the election. But this guy is a world class jerk.
In 2002, he ran against a real vet Democrat Sen. Max Cleland, who actually lost both legs and his right arm in the Vietnam War.
Saxby was a true player in the campaign. He dodged the war, just like his buddy Bush. But trashed Cleland, saying that he would be too soft on national security. In fact he used an ad which showed pics of Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein and Max Cleland, and saying that Cleland 'voted against the President’s vital homeland security efforts 11 times.’” (Those “vital homeland security efforts” Cleland opposed were intended to strip homeland security employees of union rights and other workplace protections.) That came from the man that dodged the war using four student draft deferments.
The funny part is Palin's role. Why is she helping him? He is not an honorable man, he dodged Vietnam, and used dirty politics to win. Her son is fighting in the Iraq war, so you would think she wouldn't support a man like that. Then again, it is Moose Mess.
Can y'all believe that A Christmas Story is 25 years old? I remember when it premiered when I was 9 years old.
I love this movie, it brings back so many memories of Christmas Eve, snow, and the early days of HBO. Does anyone have a favorite scene in this movie?
An international sex survey revealed that the most promiscuous folks in the world are not in Chelsea or in WeHo, it's in Britain.
The result has been linked to the decline of religious scruples, the growth of equal rights for women and a highly sexualised popular culture. Some 14,000 people in 48 countries filled in questionnaires about casual sex and how many people they expected to sleep with in the next five years.
The results were turned into an index of 'sociosexuality' - a measure of how sexually liberal people are in thought and behaviour.
Britain scored 40, placing it 11th overall, behind countries such as Latvia, Croatia and Slovenia - but it was highest among the major western industrial nations.
The researchers say high scores such as Britain’s may be linked to the way society is increasingly willing to accept sexual promiscuity among women as well as men. They also believe that, among certain age groups and at certain times, men and women are equally liberal, adding that cultural developments have meant women are now as able to engage in no-strings sex as men.
So godless and liberal freedom leads to big sexual fun...Are they sure it's not WeHo?
Me and Ella
Ella and I before Splash Mountain
Kendra after the second run on Splash Mountain
Saturday, November 29, 2008
You are one tough dame, as tough as they come. You've had to fight long and hard to get where you are, but you always knew you'd do whatever you had to do to get ahead. You aren't above committing crimes (or seducing others to do them for you) to get what you want. You want to be happy and comfortable, but you usually always manage to get the fuzzy end of the lollipop. Even your kids are usually against you. Your leading men include anyone you set your sights on, even married guys that are never seen on-screen. Watch your back.
Well, I wouldn't want a married man, but I could've had a few in my single days.
With Obama bringing the color and diversity back in the forefront, will TV show finally, finally reflect the big change?
I mean we have a Black President, we should have more folks of color on the screen (bring back Girlfriends you sons of whores)
This is sad, how can people be so careless! I'm sure y'all heard the Wal-Mart story. Jdimytai Damour was trampled to death while trying to keep order with the shoppers.
Folks knocked Damour to the ground 3 minutes after the store opened. Witnessed said that the shoppers were acting like "savages" to get in to Wal Mart, Wal Frakking Mart! The sad piece was when they were told that an employee was killed, people were yelling 'I've been on line since yesterday morning.' They kept shopping."
I know the economy is tough, but when does Black Friday equals losing your hot damned mind. These people should be ashamed of themselves for this. I can not believe that a man lost his life for cheap ass flat screens and DVRs. I hope they can rest at night knowing what they did.
So I did it...I saw Twilight. Yes, I talked about it, trashed it, and mocked it, however it wasn't half bad.
I'm still not a fan, but I can see how folks gravitate to it. To be 17 and lost in so many emotions is tough time in a teen's life. When I think about the things I was going through, I'm surprised I'm not in the loony bin. But anyway, when you find someone who gets you the world completely changes and nothing's the same.
Seeing Bella go through that was an instant reminder of my teen years. Having someone understand you, accept you, and cherish everything about you is very overwhelming, especially and wonderful at that age. I appreciated that part about the movie and Bella, but the rest of it needed a little more work. The actors were just going through their lines sometimes, the FX were okay, and the connection between Bella and Edward was awkward at times. But in all, it was a fair movie. Maybe the sequel will be better.
Friday, November 28, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Fear is a funny thing. So funny that the Alliance for Marriage Foundation has start a national campaign to protect the federal Defense of Marriage Act or DOMA in the upcoming 111th Congress.
This is an act that will forcefully define marriage between a man and a woman.
It's sad, because this is not only an act of ignorance, but it shows me their lack of faith in their God. As I said before, they should leave their troubles to God, when man gets involved everything falls apart. That's what I was told in church as a kid and a late teen. So when did that change?
This terrorist group doesn't realize how radical they are. Forcing their faith and belief system on us is wrong and using these tactics are borderline cruel and insane. I welcome these fools as they try to push DOMA on us. I will enjoy watching this act fail...again.
Oh, and see how they quickly organized, we need to do the same.
Thanks to Joe.My.God for posing this
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Janet Folger is another foot solider for Satan. This tramp is pushing this Obama citizenship issue to the max. She is trying her hardest to get Obama's birth certificate, so he can be kicked out of the White House. She believes this is her Godly duty.
Fool, what Christian act is this? She is being so stupid, it's not even funny. Janet, who do you think you are? Demanding to see Obama's birth certificate! Are you drunk? I think she is, just look below:
Why does that matter?
If Obama would have been a U.S. citizen, 8 USC §1481(a)(2) provides loss of nationality by native born citizens upon "taking an oath or making an affirmation or other formal declaration of allegiance to a foreign state ... after having attained the age of eighteen years," in violation of 8 U.S.C. §1401(a)(1). Simply put, since Indonesia did not allow for dual citizenship, if Obama got that passport in 1981, when he was 20 years old, he effectively renounced any U.S. citizenship he may have had.
So, if the experts are right, Obama forged a Certification of Live Birth to fool America. In addition to the automatic Indonesian citizenship granted to a child acknowledged as a "son" by an Indonesian male citizen, and the Indonesian citizenship listed in Obama's school records, Obama then traveled to a place where Americans weren't allowed to go, but citizens of Indonesia were. If he obtained an Indonesian passport on his trip in 1981, he effectively renounced any American citizenship he may have had and cannot serve as president (or "rule" as president, as members of his campaign have stated). These are serious questions that must have answers.
If Obama gets into office without verification that he has met the requirements of the U.S. Constitution, if you care about life, liberty or the family, you're going to have to make hundreds of calls to try and fight an agenda that seeks to silence you.
There is a way to help prevent this. Our founders sacrificed their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor. I'm asking you to do three things.
- Fast and pray for all the hidden things to come to light.
- Call the Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee – in their district offices while they're home this week for Thanksgiving. Ask them to "Please hold congressional hearings to investigate whether Barack Obama meets the basic constitutional requirements for the highest office of the land."
- Write a letter to the nine Justices of the United States Supreme Court (names are listed below) and put them in a FedEx (or other overnight) envelope to:
U.S. Supreme Court
1 First Street, N.E
Washington, D.C. 20543
Our Constitution matters and defending it is going to take an outcry from the public. The electors vote on Dec. 15. The numbers are below and your immediate action is critically needed right now. Do it before defending our liberties costs a lot more than making some phone calls and writing a few letters.
You are crazy and I declare you a danger to our country. If you going to unleash such foolish games on Obama, then I will unleash petition for you to be committed and put away. You are INSANE, Janet! INSANE!
Just look at what he's doing now
Yep, f**k with Obama, you get served.
This is another clip from Kristen era. I really think they should release this particular storyline on DVD. Truly works of art and bitchiness.
_A typical black household makes just 62 percent of the income of a typical white household — a gap that has changed little in 30 years. In 2007, the median household income was $33,900 for black households and $54,900 for white households.
_Blacks are nearly three times as likely as whites to live in poverty. In 2007, 24.4 percent of blacks had incomes below the poverty line, compared to 8.2 percent of whites.
_Life expectancy among blacks is, on average, about five years shorter than it is for whites. In 2005, life expectancy at birth was 76.5 years for black women and 80.8 years for white women. Life expectancy was 69.5 years for black men and 75.7 years for white men.
_ Whites are more likely to have college degrees than blacks. In 2007, 31.8 percent of whites 25 and older had college degrees, compared to 18.5 percent of blacks.
_ Blacks are more likely than whites to be sentenced to prison, though incarceration rates for blacks have dropped in recent years even as they increased for whites. In 2006, black men had an incarceration rate of 3,042 per 100,000 residents, compared to a rate of 487 for white men.
_ Blacks are less likely to have health insurance than whites. In 2007, 19.2 percent of blacks did not have health insurance, compared to 10.4 percent of whites.
Thanks AP for "lifting" up my spirits.
Miami Dade Circuit Judge Cindy Lederman flipped the script today. She overturned the Florida ban on gay adoptions, saying there's "no rational basis" for prohibiting gays from adopting children.
This is great news to hear and inspiring for our future with the adoption process. Now I know that the state will appeal, but I still think this is amazing.
Perhaps change is coming in small packages?
No on Prop 8 folks were supposed to steer us through the next phase. They would've kept Prop 8 as a non-threat and educate people about the equality and importance of voting no.
Well, that didn't happen. The campaign failed and with that launched protests, the blame game, and miss opportunities to focus the anger. And as the smoke clears, some new realities pops up.
Advocate did a piece that sheds some light on the major failure, mainly focusing on the inner circle. They include Lorri Jean of the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center, Geoff Kors of Equality California, the National Center for Lesbian Rights’ Kate Kendell, Delores Jacobs of the San Diego LGBT Community Center, and Michael Fleming of the David Bohnett Foundation.
They claimed that the Yes on Prop 8 was just too big and ready to attack. But we should've been as well. This was and is war. We are fighting for our rights and to protect our rights, the No campaign should've been ready to battle.
Miss Lorri claims that they had a difficult time getting us on the ball. I find that hard to believe, but here's what she said: “If we could have found a way to energize our community faster, we could have competed with them. We experienced enormous complacency in our community until we finally put out the word that we were going down.”
But from the article, the inner circle only worked with the FABULOUS versus the grassroots. Several major donors and supports groups were turned away or not called back.
For an example, in my men's group, In The Meantime, one of our facilitators Jeffery King said he was ignored.
"We told them what should be done, we told them what they shouldn’t do — and they did what they wanted to do.”
Then it was lack of skills that did us in. Most of the inner circle folks haven't ran a campaign this serious and this big. They should reached out to everyone and brought in the overall community. Hell, they could've took a few pages from Obama's book about fundraising and networking.
The fact is they wasn't ready and that foolishness cost us. So now, we need to get new leadership in the No for Prop 8 campaign and give these ice cream social planners the boot. If they knew we were struggling in money raising, support, and vision, they should sought better ideas to get us together. We needed them to be leaders and all we got is a bunch of wanabees. Please, for the sake of our rights, leave; and let the people not celebs, f**kbuddies, or your clique, pick who will lead us through to the next phase.
Monday, November 24, 2008
Better late than never, but it still may be too late. In the fabulous Gay agenda blog, they report this interesting piece:
According to polls taken from Blacks, Latinos, Asians and other minorities, there is a fear rising that Prop 8, California’s gay marriage ban could open the door to legal discrimination against other minority and unpopular groups if the state Supreme Court allows the voter-approved measure to stand.
The California Supreme Court has agreed to hear challenges to the ballot measure, based on whether the state constitution requires support from the legislature, as well as a majority vote of the people, to strip rights from any group.
Now, now they see the mess this Prop 8 crap could cause. Instead of voting with their faith, they should have been more critical. This could be a step backwards and a catalysis for more horror to come. In some ways, this is a non-violent form of a religious battle. Think about the wars and killing in the name of God in other countries. Prop 8 was a result of a religious belief, it was the Mormons who pushed this. But did they think about the future? What if these same groups want to change something else?
Now, the power belongs to the voter, but look how easily folks were fooled to say yes to Prop 8. In the name of God, lies were told and liberties were stolen. And the scary thing was, people thought it was okay. So if we are not careful, we could lose more. People need to think first, and think about Heaven later.
"I'm actually 30, and [the controversy] is hilarious to me. In some of the clips there was a ton of makeup on me. In some of the footage I look like I'm 50 years old. I'm 30. I'm like a size 2. People tell me I'm so much prettier in person. TV makes you look so much different. I'm working on shooting a cover of Playboy. I guess 30 ain't that bad."
Playboy? For Real? Kim?
Hef say it ain't so
They wanted to embody God's grace to the emerging/postmodern culture they were a part of. To take ancient symbols and the story of God's grace and live out what they mean for us today. This community of faith—this gathering of restless spiritual wanderers from all over San Diego County--found a safe haven for Christian spirituality as opposed to religious institutionalism.
This group also placed a huge billboard up. I think it's good to have a loud, different voice from the other side. Perhaps they can spark conversations and church in the Christian culture.
I also want to thank her for showing us that she was a mess from the start. That she was not ready, that she needs more time in office, and for showcasing her sexy husband.
"If you're asking, 'Do we take discrimination against gays as seriously as bigotry against African Americans and Jews?' . . . the answer is, 'Of course we do.' But we also believe that some people, including [Richard Raddon, director of the L.A. Film Festival who donated $1,500 to support Proposition 8] saw Prop. 8 not as a civil rights issue but a religious one. That is their right. And it is not, in and of itself, proof of bigotry."
There's a fine line with religion and bigotry. Are they separate issues or do they run hand in hand?
Is this how hookers and WeHo boys also keep intimacy going as well?
Sunday, November 23, 2008
They have let Deidre Hall go! Deidre Hall! Marlena Evans-Black!
They (the damn show) let her and John Black go to save money. But to be real they could've let those stupid kids go! Ain't nobody caring about Nick, Frankie's brother and his lost sister. No! We love Marlena, John, Bo and Hope, Lexie, Victor, Kate, Abe, and Sami!
However I'll deal with that issue later, but for now I want to share some my best Marlena moments.
Possessed: Marlena was once possessed by the Devil. Here's example of her power
Kristen: Some of the best stuff was when Kristen was around. She was John next love who did everything to keep Marlena away.
There are more clips but I don't to overload Blogger. However, I will miss Marlena.
But he's not gay, he's gay-for-pay.
So my question is...Should he be given this honor if he's not gay? I mean, we wouldn't give Britney Spears Black Female Artist of Year?
But I will say, he earned it...I'm a fan.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
The Obamas are in Washington. And before they can pee in their new bathroom or bathrooms, the Churches attack!
But not in a Hellfire way, but in a "pick me, pick me" way.
Amy Butler, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, made a pitch to the Obamas by saying, We're diverse and multigenerational, we're 10 blocks from White House.
Here's more foolishness:
Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ sent a letter to the Obama campaign several months ago inviting the family to worship with them.
"We thought we'd better get something out there," said the Rev. Rich Smith, senior minister of Westmoreland. "It seemed like it would be worth a shot anyway."Bishop John School, who heads the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church, sent Obama a list of local United Methodist churches. The United Church of Christ, the denomination of Obama's former church, United Trinity Church of Christ, is in the running, too. UCC General Minister and President John Thomas dropped Obama a note three days after the election "offering the hospitality of our congregations in Washington as places of nurture, sanctuary and encouragement."
Gary Scott Smith, author of "Faith and the Presidency" and a history professor at Grove City College in Pennsylvania, said, "I can't recall another situation where there is this kind of interest before the president even takes office in terms of where he is going to go to church, and churches campaigning for his attendance. This is unique in American political history."This just doesn't seem right. It's like they're campaigning for his attention. It's like they are lobbying for the High School star player. Seriously, this isn't a game. Let the Obamas do this on their own. Hearing about these churches acting like horny school girls is a little bit frightening.
And I hope they know that Obama learned his lesson from Rev. Wright, so they shouldn't try to slip a mickey in Obama's grape juice on the first Sunday. And they shouldn't try to influence him in any way. They need to be a church and that's it.
Separation of Church and State, y'all.
This is the Legion of Super-HeroesAnd this their Legion of Super-Heroes...same as above
Gotta love that Smallville
Friday, November 21, 2008
So...They eat garlic, walk around in sunlight, cast reflections, go to school, don't have FANGS, and they wear crosses.
And they are vampires?
No...They're Mutants! Like Dani, Sam, Shan, Rhaine, Doug and Roberto.
This is a New Mutant Rip-Off!
Today's fool is Pastor Clenard Childress. He believes if Obama continues to support abortion and gay rights, the African-American community will suffer.
He also said, "He (Obama) has to prove that he has not sold out to the values of the black community for his own political gain. . . . He has to rule with a degree of integrity."
Are you kidding me?
Does he really think that foolishness is real? Hushggffjhiihypupyyouyu (me speaking in tongues).
Pastor Clenard Childress, you need to prove that you have the good sense to think about what you're saying. Working on civil rights and safety matters for women are not going to hurt our community. What type of crack are you smoking, Childress?
Does he think the Black community's issues are the same across the board? Child cheese, they are not. Our community should want better education, better health care, equal opportunities, stronger support programs, and economy stability. I would love to know what are Childress's ideas, I'm sure God is one of them.
But here's the thing...if we don't challenge our norms, we fail as a community. So perhaps the golden days of church, chitterlings, and R. Kelly should come to an end. We need to step out of Black box and into a new realm. Obama hasn't sold out, Childress, he's moved on. Something I think you should do as well.
I'm still processing this idea.
A student just told me that Stephenie Meyer, the woman who probably had drunken sex with some guy and went through his comic book collection and video tapes of vampire porn and later remembered the sex after getting dumped and decided to take out her anger and disappointment in her novel Twilight, is a Mormon.
Yes, she went to Brigham Young University and lived in Arizona, the whole bit. Okay, back to the concept... Ms. Meyer is a Mormon. So the student decided to boycott her books and the movie, thinking she could've supported Prop 8. I asked if she was sure of that notion and she said no, but she thinks that most Mormons are hateful to us.
Afterwards, I start to think about my student's stance. Could it be hogwash or actually have some merit? I don't know, but I'm a little curious about this authoress now.
And hopes to rid America of abortion, lust, Obama, and other sins that doesn't matter.
Listen to him on CNN...mess
Go here for more mad, mad, madcap fun
We have a long valuable historical and powerful coalition with the African-American community and I would hate to see us do damage to it in our passion. This is no small political matter and should be treated by the LGBT community with the utmost of care. Our leaders must lead on this one, do some self-examination and approach our long time friends with a smile and a handshake.
If you haven't figured it out. This is how Satan (if he exist) wins every time. I don't know how churches like this are able to practice. I think if we have this government funding for churches, then places like this should be evaluated and shut down. If my tax money goes to this mess, then I want my money back NOW!
This is very gay of me, but hey, it's Friday. The upstart Divas, Britney and Beyonce are bringing it this Fall. Brit had Womanizer and B had the Boy song and snappy Single Ladies. So far, B's stuff is taking center stage. Womanizer has a running start, but Single Ladies is taking control.
In the next few weeks one of them will own the rest of the year and most of the next one. Who will it be? Well, B's CD is already out and doing quite well, however Brit's has a few weeks to go before her release. I just heard some of Brit's stuff last night and I wasn't impressed. I was really hoping to hear something new and maybe deep? Brit's new stuff is basically Blackout the B-sides, there wasn't much standing out from this album.
B's Sasha Fierce is a step up from B-Day, but not a huge step. Still, I liked the songs. I would have liked more Sasha, but in all it's a good collection of work. So right now, I will give it to B. However Brit may something up her sleeve. Her documentary may give her an edge, but if you seen any of the clips, I have to wonder...Is she alright? She doesn't seem very happy. Check out this statement:
My trust has really been battered. … Sometimes it can get kinda lonely. … I had totally lost my way. I lost focus. I lost myself. I let certain people into my life that were just bad people, because I was lonely. I really paid the consequences for that. Big time … What the hell was I thinking?
Do I know my life is weird? It's all I've ever known. I don't see it as being weird…I'm kind of stuck in this place and I'm like, How do you deal? I just cope with it every day…It's better not to feel anything at all and have hope than to feel the other way…It's bad. I'm sad. [She breaks down into tears.] Normal is really different for everybody…In my situation, I try to make it as normal as possible for me…It could be a lot worse. There are people out there who have it a lot worse than I do…I used to be a cool chick but I feel like the paparazzi has taken that away from me, like, the way I used to live my life. I used to be a cool chick but I'm not anymore.
I don't know, y'all. I hope she can hold on.
ABC gets hit hard with 3 cancellations: Eli Stone, Dirty. Sexy. Money., and my favorite Pushing Daisies.
I don't get it. Crappy shows like Gossip Girl and 90210 are still on and Pushing Daisies is canceled!
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Athena help me! Just when I thought it was safe, Joe the Plumber has a BOOK DEAL!
A BOOK DEAL! Who's going to read that? Well, some fool will I guess.
It's with a small, Texas-based publisher PearlGate Publishing. The book will be called, Joe the Plumber: Fighting for the American Dream (Ha!)
And it will address "Mr. Wurzelbacher’s ideas about American values" and be co-written with Thomas N. Tabback who writes crazy Christian books similar to Left Behind.
When Joe the S**thead talked about his deal, he said: he could have signed a deal with a larger publisher. “But they don’t need the help,” Mr. Wurzelbacher said. “They are already rich. So that’s spreading the wealth to me.”
Well, all I got to say to you Joe is this... With this money, pay your bills and go to college!
Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors and commemorates the deaths of transgendered individuals who fell victim to intolerance, foolishness, and ignorance.
With so much happening to our brothers and sisters, we much protect our "family" as much as we can.
For more info go here
Thought it could be better and healthier for the gay ego (Gay.com is Satan, btw), Compatible Partners may not work for us.
To backtrack, yesterday eHarmony settled their non-Gay dating access, by creating Compatible Partners. However the trick about the new site is the company has no idea if its clients will find good matches. In fact, Compatible Partners users will see a warning to this effect: "The statement lets customers know that eHarmony, Inc. has not conducted research on same-sex couples so that they have the information they need to decide whether to use our service."
So to me, it still feels like they were forced to do this and a bit half-assed. If I needed to use any service, I would use Yahoo. But Compatible Partners, just don't seem ready. And while I'm ranting about this, maybe we should get back to basics. Leave these sites alone and find a man the old fashion way...in the bars. Seriously though, look in the library, events, or just around. I feel that these sites takes the thrill of dating away. I think we are missing the basic means when it comes to man-hunting. We need to put the courting back in dating.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
The California Supreme Court will hear lawsuits filed by marriage equality advocates to overturn Prop H8, which banned same-sex marriage in Cali-Cal, though the court has refused to prevent the ban from going into effect.
So here we go, the historic moment starts here!!
The California Supreme Court may decide to review a challenge to Prop H8 or dismiss it today.
Many claim that the gay marriage ban used an improper vehicle – a voter ballot – to alter the Constitution. They contend that such a measure is only valid when making superficial changes to the Constitution.
If dismissed, Tony Perkins and his evil Horde (Family Research Council) will do what they can to oust the judges and political folks who allowed to happen. So Godlike, Tony.