Thursday, January 22, 2009

Technical Difficulties

Good Morning, Kittens.

Apologies for the dearth of postings recently. Blogging is difficult when one is not able to write about the only good thing going on in his life right now. So, here's a picture of the Loudest Clock Ever:

0122090940.jpgI bought it at the Philadelphia Art Museum several years ago.


Yesterday, I applied for a job. I went to the Whole Foods. And I deposited my Unemployment Check. So. Exciting.

Today, I am blobbing on the sofa, and I am thinking about going to the Anti-Abortion March this afternoon. Anyone want to come watch the Crazies with me? I'd wear my Bedazzled Uterus shirt (Hurray for Medical Students for Choice! Why don't you send them a nice check?), but it's too cold out for a t-shirt. Srsly.

Uterus


Perhaps I'll post photos later.
*smooches*

9 comments:

  1. Damn it -- I don't own a bedazzled uterus shirt. I am so behind in fashion.

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  2. Anonymous1:20 PM

    It is more than hypocritical that an openly gay man would mock the pro-life marchers simply because they believe different things. Think about it.

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  3. Anonymous 1:20PM: Personally, I don't think it's hypocritical at all. Not allowing women power over their own bodies is wrong and I will openly and proudly mock anyone who disagrees with that statement.

    Not having the (perhaps figurative) balls to sign your name to a criticism? While perhaps not hypocritical, smacks of cowardice.

    Love you. *smooches*

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  4. Anonymous8:14 PM

    Of course you don't think it's hypocritical because you are a hypocrite. Take off the blinders. If a pro-lifer were to mock you for your homosexuality, that would be hate speech. But it doesn't work the other way in your world of double standards.

    If leaving an anonymous message is cowardice, what do you call hiding your sexuality from your own parents? Better go have another drink, your life is obviously rife with bitterness and ignorance.

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  5. Anonymous 8:14PM: OMG. It so is. I think I will. Cheers. *smooch*

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  6. anne marie in philly8:44 PM

    hey anonymous, go blow it out your ass and smell it while you do it!

    fuckheads like you are a dime a dozen!

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  7. "Pro-lifers" are anti-women, Anonymous. Take off the codpiece.

    Excellent idea on the drink though. I'll have one too. Cheers!

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  8. Have your new fuck toy call me so that I can explain how this works: he needs to let you write about him now, while you're feeling all good and positive about him, because otherwise all we'll ever know about him is the hurt stuff you'll say after you break up and you no longer feel compelled to respect his wishes.

    How do I know you'll break up? Because your life partner won't care that you're blogging about him, that's how.

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  9. Also, hi Anonymous! You're sure upset about a few harmless remarks about watching a freaking march. Relax.

    P.S. It's no more hypocritical for a gay man to be pro-choice than it is for a straight man to be anti-abortion. When I had an abortion in college, my then-boyfriend went outside and spoke with the guy who was picketing the clinic. The man revealed that he was a virgin. I've wondered ever since how he could have thought that he was even qualified to have an opinion on abortion, since he'd never been faced with a pregnancy. But he was there, picketing, even though it really wasn't his baliwick. Just so, gay men can lightly mock pro-lifers and we must let them do so. Even if they're not out to their parents for reasons ONLY THEY CAN FULLY UNDERSTAND.

    Off to have a drink, since you mentioned it.

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