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road.jpg Former NBA player John Amaechi's appearance on ESPN's "Outside the Lines" has been moved up to this Sunday at 9:30am ET.

Branson_goreroad.jpg Al Gore planning day of Global Warming concerts around the world that would dwarf Live Aid: "Organisers of the event, scheduled to take place on 7 July, hope to amass a worldwide television audience of two billion people in order to present the message about global warming. The series of co-ordinated concerts in seven cities - London, Washington DC, Shanghai, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town and Kyoto - is expected to be announced today by the former American vice-president Al Gore, who is now a figurehead of the campaign against climate change. Promoters of the event, which will be branded "SOS", yesterday promised that the line-up of artists - likely to include U2, Coldplay and the Scissor Sisters - will "dwarf" those amassed for Live Aid and its successor, Live8. Venues for the London event are still being discussed but the shortlist includes Hyde Park and the new Wembley stadium." Gore has also teamed up with Richard Branson to offer a $25 million prize to inspire innovators in the private sector to compete in combating climate change.

road.jpg Fundraiser for gay hip-hop Homorevolution Tour to go down this weekend in Long Beach, California. Organizer Deadlee: "I enjoy the political side. I want to be a revolutionary in homo rap. Homo rap is fresh. It comes from a different place. There's a struggle in it. Coming out is still tough for a lot of blacks and Latinos. There's still a lot of hate at us for being gay."

road.jpg Howard Dean still not winning LGBT hearts and minds.

road.jpg Anna Nicole: Death of a pop culture icon takes media by storm.

Bushhatcherroad.jpg Teri Hatcher caught in liplock with George Bush the elder.

road.jpg Donatella Versace tells Hillary Clinton to ditch the pantsuits: "I can understand (trousers) are comfortable but she’s a woman and she is allowed to show that. She should treat femininity as an opportunity and not try to emulate masculinity in politics. I admire her for her determination, which will hopefully take her to the White House."

road.jpg Amsterdam Pride to feature canal boat for 11 to 16-year-olds: "A 14-year-old Danny Hoekzema came up with the idea and has conducted an Internet campaign to drum up support for his campaign, and says he has already found around 10 participants for the 30-place boat. Gay Pride organizers had said that it would be kept well away from more 'provocative' boats parading along the Dutch's city's canals and that the youngsters would be joined by their parents on board." Academic support threatened...

road.jpg World's largest sperm sighted in Louisiana.

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  1. Poor Hillary has among the ugliest legs on the planet. They are very heavy, lumpy, thick, and shapeless. There is not a hem length that is flattering, except maybe floor length, which is hardly appropriate for business. She appears much more appealing in a well-tailored pantsuit.
    On the other hand, Donatella is a shambling (I'd say walking but she is barely capable of upright movement) public service announcement about the dangers of doing drugs and getting bad plastic surgery. Donatella and Courtney Love are sisters under the badly abused self-medicated skin. Donatella looks like the remainder rack on the late-night shift of a Neapolitan bordello who was long ago relegated to handjobs. Whatever brain cells she may have once possessed were long ago blown away by nose candy. She barely has two synapses to bang together.

    Posted by: rudy | Feb 9, 2007 1:47:26 PM

  2. does anyone even remember what Live8 was about? Did it have any lasting effect at all, other than PR for the performers?

    Posted by: Ryan | Feb 9, 2007 2:01:49 PM

  3. Live8 had something to do with children not knowing it was Christmastime/underneath that burning sun or something like that...

    Posted by: Che Che | Feb 9, 2007 2:19:17 PM

  4. Re: Fundraiser for gay hip-hop Homorevolution Tour

    I think it's a bit sad they could not secure any corporate sponsorship for such an event tour idea. Maybe they could seek support from GLAAD?

    Posted by: Da | Feb 9, 2007 2:45:12 PM

  5. "Donatella looks like the remainder rack on the late-night shift of a Neapolitan bordello who was long ago relegated to handjobs."

    It could never be said any better than that.
    Rudy... you are gold!

    Posted by: A.J. | Feb 9, 2007 3:07:42 PM

  6. Thanks A.J. but apparently people only want me in small doses. Too bad I only come in disproportionately large.

    Posted by: rudy | Feb 9, 2007 3:21:16 PM

  7. "the line-up of artists - likely to include U2, Coldplay..."

    Um... aren't they the same band?

    Posted by: damien | Feb 9, 2007 3:34:37 PM

  8. I personally like you in BIG doses Rudy!

    I needs my daily Rudy fix! :)

    Posted by: Zeke | Feb 9, 2007 9:49:10 PM

  9. Why was Amaechi's interview moved to Sunday?

    Howard Dean can f@ck himself. He doesn't like gay people. After the Vermont Supreme Court order him (then governor) to give gay couples equal rights he balked. Instead of marriage he made it civil unions because giving gay couples the right to marry would hurt his presidential chances in '04.

    Posted by: Jack! | Feb 10, 2007 7:17:23 AM

  10. Iraq will be the deciding factor among the Democratic candidates in 2008, and Hillary was flat wrong on the subject. More and more it looks like it will be Al Gore's election to lose, please see

    Posted by: minorripper | Feb 10, 2007 9:47:25 AM

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