Thursday, May 29, 2008

173 days of marriage equality?

Dear Friends,

Do you want to live in a country that legalizes discrimination? Despite the recent California Supreme Court decision that denying same-sex couples the right to marry is unconstitutional, efforts are underway throughout the country to take away rights from same-sex couples.

I just joined thousands of others in showing my support for marriage equality for all. But recently, proponents of bigotry and hate collected even more signatures in an attempt to invalidate the California Supreme Court decision. And they won't stop with California—extremists are even trying to add a same-sex marriage ban to the U.S. Constitution.

We are at a turning point in our nation's history and I'm hoping you'll join me in standing up against discrimination. Please sign the Million for Marriage petition and get us one name closer to showing that Americans overwhelmingly support marriage equality!

Every committed couple deserves to enjoy the privileges and responsibilities conferred by marriage. Add your name to the petition and be a part of the movement to fight for marriage equality for all.

Thank you!

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

More about my Memorial Weekend in Chicago

This weekend was IML, Bear Pride and the Grabby Awards! So, Chicago was full of leather, bears, and porn actors...oh my! And the winner is...

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Chicago...My Kind of City

Just returned from a long wonderful weekend in the beautiful windy city. I've been to Chicago several times and it is one of my favorite cities in North America. Every time I return I end up missing it so much.

I often here people refer to it as "Chicago, my kind of town", well, this is no town, it's a World Class city. If you've never been, I really suggest checking it out. If it wasn't for the freezing cold winters, I would entertain the thought of relocating back to the Midwest.

Riding the EL, or L as some would say, is always a treat as well with all the great sites, shopping, and dining Chicago has to offer. Seriously, fours days is never enough time for me. You need at least a week to see what this exciting city has to offer! Hope you enjoy the video, I've included...

Thursday, May 22, 2008

How about some humor instead of all this negative vibe lately

I just love this video skit. It's from Mad TV a couple years a go.
Jersey Gurls on Spring Break. Sack waxing and Orca? Oy Vey...Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Senator Ted Kennedy

I'm sorry he has been dealt this horrible news. I totally understand what it feels like being put in situation like that. For myself, a family member of mine is also suffering a tumor near the brain. My Mom was diagnosed with a Meningioma that is going to have to be removed.

I am scared to death for her. She is 86, but is one strong woman. It's not the surgery that concerns me. It's afterwards - the recovery. I'm afraid because of her age, this will make her go down hill, or worse yet, never recover.

I wouldn't wish this on anyone, not even Bush. I see all the negative comments being left on SFGate which is the San Francisco Chronicle's online website news columns. I don't think people should be wishing him or his family the worst. Now is not the time for this. Wishing harm on people is not a good thing because Karma will eventually come back at you.

If you only knew what it's like to be put in a situation like that, you wouldn't be wishing anyone bad thoughts like that. I feel really sorry for people that have to wish harm on innocent people who are already suffering! Some people can be so evil!

Monday, May 19, 2008

Pssst, 2 down and 48 to Go!

Why Gay Marriage is wrong? Please watch the entire video before you comment.

Bill O'Reilly Flips Out — Dance Remix

Straight up priceless...

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Battlestar Democratica

It's a clear play on the clever battlestar galactica summary of the first three seasons called: what the frak is going on?... Nonetheless, here is a 7 minute video that summarizes the democratic race to the official nomination...