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It’s official. The reservations have been made. I’ll be at the YearlyKos Convention in Las Vegas, June 8 – 11. (And “the ex” is gonna be there too.) I’ve never been to Las Vegas before, so it should be quite … Continue reading

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Hmmm. I guess I’d better pick up the place a bit now that Wonkette knows where I live.

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New Post Features

I’m playing around with a couple of plugins, to see how they work. So there are a couple of new functions on individual posts. Just below the row of social linking icons, you’ll see links that let you email posts … Continue reading

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Bigotry & Belief

As long as we’re talking about scientific types (see the previous post about MIT) head over to Dispatches from the Culture Wars, where Ed is holding forth on the latest madness from the Traditional Values Coalition, in the form of … Continue reading

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Iraqi Gays Still Hunted, But Who Cares?

I was all set to blog about an account of the horrific death of Atwar Bahat, a leading Iraqi television journalist. Fortunately, before I could blog about it I found out via Peter Daou that the video that inspired the … Continue reading

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Open Thread, Re-Entering the Blogosphere

After four days away from the blogosphere, during which at least three or four major stories broke, I don’t know what to blog about, or what to say that someone else hasn’t already. So, how about an open thread? Anybody … Continue reading

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What is with with right wing nutbags and death threats? Now Susan Sarandon says she’s gotten some too. How soon before someone gets killed just for being liberal? 

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After yesterday’s blog disaster — during which more than 5,000 people visited here after searching Yahoo! for "zac efron shirtless," which may have driven my database to commit hara-kari — I think I’ve just about recovered. After restoring from an … Continue reading

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My Virtual Major

I’m one of those people who never decided ed what I wanted to be when I grew up. It’s one of the reasons I never went grad school, because I was never able to make up my mind between culinary … Continue reading

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Always a Bridesmaid

Dave has a post up over at Adamant Sun about receiving news that his sister got married, and it pretty much sums up what probably goes though the minds of a lot of gay couples every time they get a … Continue reading

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What’s the Strategy, Dems?

Over at MyDD, Matt Stoller has asked a question I’ve been asking over here for a while now: What’s the strategy for gay issues in 2006? The Democrats’ strategy, that is. We already know Republican strategy. They’ve announced it: generally … Continue reading

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Ahhhh! I just found out tomorrow is Blog Against Heteronormativity Day! (Defined here.) I gotta find a post to submit. I mean, out of all the stuff I’ve posted, there’s gotta be something that fits the bill. Any suggestions from … Continue reading

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Lately I’ve felt like I haven’t been reading and participating in discussion on other blogs enough. So I registered for an account at CoComment, to keep track of my comments on other blogs. And to give myself an extra push, … Continue reading

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A Queer(ty) Response

It all started with my brief aside about Queerty’s finger-wagging in the general direction of gay parents whose kids were photographed at the White House egg roll, which was then picked up by AOL’s Worth Repeating blog. The editors at … Continue reading

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Wading Through the Wingnuts

Given how often I weigh in on religion, you’d think I’d have jumped on the story about the gospel of Judas by now. It’s not that I don’t have the inclination, just the time. I’ve been interested in the whole … Continue reading

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