Tag Archives: politics

silence = death (don’t call it a comeback)

I was watching CNN last night, horrified about a report of an attack at a gay bar in New Bedford, MA by an eighteen year old with a hatchet and a gun. But what horrifies me the most is the … Continue reading

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climb every mountain

Watching the Golden Globes award show last night reminded me that as a gay man I’m still not accepted by society, still a minority, and still have a long way to go before I can get through one day without … Continue reading

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“To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; to … Continue reading

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florida, ohio, iraq…six of one, half dozen of another

Look! “Democracy” in action.

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this is a song for the piggies

Someone (and by “someone,” I mean Oaktaurus,) recently called to my attention that I haven’t been posting entries as much lately. I looked at my archive calendar and thought, Egads, he’s right. I wish I could give a really spectacular … Continue reading

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still a jerk

Controversial loofah enthusiast insists his statements weren’t controversial and “needed to be said.” But did they need to be heard?

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what a jerk

Loofah enthusiast approves bombing of San Fancisco. Why is this man allowed on television?

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rock on

After I poured a cup of coffee, I turned on the computer and said, “What’s going on?” And John Cusak said… via The Huffington Post

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it’s good to have a goal

From what I’ve seen via Bangor Daily News and The Portland Press Herald, it looks like the people of Maine have spoken, and the majority of them said NO to removing gays and lesbians from Maine’s anti-discrimination laws. Rock the … Continue reading

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overheard at The Compound

I don’t usually write about my family, but this made happy. So I have to share. Timothy: (on phone to the Lambert Homestead in Maine) Did you vote on Prop 1? Mom: Yup! Timothy: Did you vote “no?” Mom: Yup! … Continue reading

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