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News: Tobey Maguire, Darth Vader, Cayman Islands, Jamaica

road.jpg Extremely disturbing images of another brutal anti-gay mob attack in Jamaica. Sick.

Tobey_maguireroad.jpg Tobey Maguire's mom on her son's friendship with Leonardo DiCaprio: "I figured this subject would come up sooner or later . . . Those two are just free-spirited guys. Most of the friends they hang around with are gay. They're comfortable with that. But I think Leo and Tobey are the crossover between men and women. They have feminine traits they are willing to accept. They aren't ashamed to have any sort of title, even if that means someone calling them gay."

road.jpg Jason West, who performed public ceremonies for two dozen same-sex marriages in 2004, lost his re-election bid yesterday: "Mr. West was defeated by a village trustee, Terry Dungan, in a 514-to-379 vote, according to unofficial results announced shortly after the polls closed. Mr. West had been charged with 24 misdemeanor counts of violating the state’s domestic relations law when he performed public marriage ceremonies for two dozen gay and lesbian couples in February 2004. The Ulster County district attorney later dropped the charges, saying that a trial would be needless and divisive."

road.jpg Barbra Streisand to charge $1,000 per ticket in UK show.

road.jpg Bush warns that Democrats could turn Iraq into terrorist breeding ground.

road.jpg Philippe Starck lays his hands on a New York luxury condominium: Gramercy by Starck. "As we gazed at Philippe Starck's head emerging from the top of the building on a plasma screen, we wondered if the people who desire to buy into Starck's rich boy minimalism really want to live on a nothing-special stretch of East 23rd Street?"

road.jpg The incredible, edible....anus?

Hot_airroad.jpg Lifted by the Force of nature: Darth Vader hot air balloon.

road.jpg Micron Technology Inc., whom I posted about last week, has added sexual orientation to its nondiscrimination policies: "The move comes after The Advocate revealed last week that the Boise, Idaho, company’s board of directors had ignored an unprecedented 55 percent shareholder vote in favor of adding both sexual orientation and gender identity to its nondiscrimination policies."

road.jpg The Netherlands' recent court order that its territory Aruba recognize same-sex marriages has rekindled a gay rights debate in the Cayman Islands: "'We either fight the FCO, UK for self-determination on this issue of homosexual marriage or in short order we will face the same situation here in the Cayman Islands,' the People for Referendum said in a press release. 'Either we exercise our UN mandated inalienable self-determination rights to ensure the Constitution does not allow homosexual marriage or acknowledge and let our people know the fact that it’s not a matter of if homosexual marriage will become legal in our Cayman Islands by the UK’s Order in Council.'"

road.jpg Ricky Martin shows footage of himself nude at concert.

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  1. I wanna see that Ricky Martin footage. He's hotter than an habanero.

    Posted by: Bobby | May 2, 2007 1:25:11 PM

  2. um, you left out the part about tobey and leo wearing ribbons in their hair.

    Posted by: A.J. | May 2, 2007 1:25:52 PM

  3. Oh, yeah, blame the Democrats. Isn't Iraq already a terrorist breeding ground because of BUSH and the REPUBLICANS? These people...does anyone swallow their horse-shit anymore besides the editors of the New York Sun, Wall Street Journal, and the NY Post?

    Posted by: Martin | May 2, 2007 1:31:49 PM

  4. Do the anal treats come with a chewy cherry center?

    Posted by: soulbrotha | May 2, 2007 1:48:02 PM

  5. Bush blaming the Democrats lmao. What ever happened to the Repugnikkklan motto of taking responsibility? If any thing such as that happens in Iraq it is because Bush put the U.S. into a situation with a no win scenario. I wonder if this is exactly what the Rove and Bush machine wanted, more reason for higher oil prices and leaving the Democrats with a mess that no one can fix, thereby sealing a Republican fate in the 2012 elections. I don't trust any of them...

    As for Ricky Martin, any one else find it highly ironic that Martin applauds gay celebrities for coming out? Hmmmm....

    Posted by: Cory | May 2, 2007 2:02:00 PM

  6. Is Ricky craking under the strain?

    I've not heard any Tobey rumors, have you? (A strange bit of SM3 publicity you'd have to admit...)

    Posted by: anon | May 2, 2007 2:07:44 PM

  7. I've seen the Ricky Martin "nude" footage (it's on You Tube, or was)---I posted it on one of my blogs a while back--and it's not a big deal, tasteful (and tasty); that article you posted about this is an odd one, to say the least, somehow making a connection, however unspoken, between Ricky saying "Fuck" at his concert(and thus apparently harming the masses) and Ricky supporting another singer's choice to come out of the closet.

    Posted by: doug | May 2, 2007 2:19:36 PM

  8. What happened to the Zac Efron entry?

    Posted by: Anita Woodward | May 2, 2007 2:37:11 PM

  9. 1) Leonardo Di Caprio is one of my favorite actors. He, like George Clooney and Rosie are under attack by the republicans because they represent a powerful liberal force in Hollywood that frightens them. They might fuel the gay rumors about them, it's only going to benefit them in the end.

    2) Bush cannot be serious? First Giuliani blamed the democrats when he was in charge on New York city on that dreadful day of 9/11 and could (seemingly) do nothing to stop the attacks. And now Bush asserts that this based-on-a-lie criminal war is not going to get a happy ending (duh!!). Happy days are not ahead for the Americans either if the government does not clean up its many people warn about an evantual collapse of the American empire if this trend continues and I'm starting to believe it.

    3) Micron Technology Inc. added sexual discrimination to its nondiscrimination policies thanks to the The Advocate. -- Well good, The Advocate (finally?) did something positive, it's worth noting ;-)

    Posted by: Da | May 2, 2007 2:38:54 PM

  10. Will someone PLEASE IMPEACH BUSH already!!! This is sickening! John Murtha started the conversation, let's get 'ur done! CAN THE ASSHOLE!!!!

    Posted by: Rad | May 2, 2007 3:13:13 PM

  11. Great Nixon's Ghost! Here we go again with the naive squealing just to be heard. The "Democrat-controlled House" couldn't even override his veto of the Iraq withdrawal timeline this morning. Hell, why stop at fantasizing about impeaching him? Many would rather see him and Cheney behind bars acting as unwilling butt boys for anyone desperate enough to fuck two pigs. Cue dueling banjoes from “Deliverance.” Neither, unfortunately, are going to happen.

    Posted by: Leland | May 2, 2007 3:28:55 PM

  12. Impeaching Bush and/or Cheney, like having cake for dinner every night, would certainly "feel" good, it would not produce any real positive effect. OK, he's impeached, then what?

    Does impeachment break the bond between the Republican Party and Christian Evangelicals? Does that raise the discourse from Britney's vagina to how do we exit Iraq and still fight (effectively) radical islamic terror? Does that focus our collective attention on the environment, no matter what you think about global warming?

    Elections (decided by votes and NOT the Supreme Court), are a much better means of getting what you want. In the time remaining to Bush, democrats and all right thinking Americans will need to keep focused on key issues like Iraq, and re-establighing the separation and balance of powers in this country.

    Posted by: hoya86 | May 2, 2007 3:46:54 PM

  13. Re: the Jamaican Lynching.

    This is why we must put gay dollars to good use and STAY AWAY FROM THIS COUNTRY. I know we should take the fight to them, but they will kill us if given the opportunity. We can do the necessary damage to get the islands leaders to listen, by hitting them in the pocket first.

    Posted by: lexxicuss | May 2, 2007 3:57:41 PM

  14. Not so fast about thinking the elections will resolve everything. The country has never gotten to the bottom of the elections frauds in 2000 and 2004 - so how do you suppose a system which is most likely broken is going to miraculously be ethical come around 2008?

    There is still a lot of work ahead, and no one should rule out the possibility of inviting foreign observers to oversee the election process in the US (I know the idea sounds outrageous, but you have to be real sometimes).

    Posted by: Da | May 2, 2007 3:58:51 PM

  15. Both Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire live on the same street in Los Angeles just around the corner from my house. Keanu Reeves' house sits right in between DiCaprio's home and Maguire's home. Interesting, huh?

    Unfortunately, I don't believe either one is gay. DiCaprio and I used the same personal trainer for a while and the trainer would occasionally talk about how DiCaprio treated his girlfriend at the time, Giselle Bundchen. And a friend of mine who is a personal chef once cooked for Maguire and his girlfriend. She said Maguire was fussy, picky, couldn't be pleased and that she'd never agree to cook for him again.

    Posted by: peterparker | May 2, 2007 7:10:07 PM

  16. Wow must be rich better not, i recently had this urge to become a kept man. I'm fighting hard against it.

    Posted by: stephen | May 3, 2007 7:13:45 AM

  17. Peter, Ouch! My toe. You just name-dropped on my toe!

    Posted by: midnight lounge | May 3, 2007 9:36:04 AM

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