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road.jpg Gloria Steinem: Sarah Palin is Phyllis Schlafly, only younger.

Fey_mccainroad.jpg Prescient LIFE cover from 2004 features Tina Fey and John McCain.

road.jpg Sorry boys: Michael Phelps gets some ass in Vegas.

road.jpg The Polaroid picture is back for the digital age.

road.jpg Former ambassador Michael Guest launches international gay rights group: "The openly gay Guest is a paid adviser to the Council for Global Equality, which will have its first meeting in Washington, D.C. on September 23. The council, whose Web site is slated to go live this month, is a collaboration between LGBT and straight groups that work on human rights internationally. 'Its purpose is to make the United States government and the State Department stand up for global LGBT human rights,' explained Guest..."

road.jpg Alan Ball draws Blood.

road.jpg McCain cancels Habitat for Humanity event: because it has to do with houses? "How could McCain maintain his sense of press victimization against the backdrop of people building homes for people who look forward to being able to one day say, 'I know exactly how many homes I own! One! Just the one!'"

road.jpg "Community organizers" respond to vicious Palin attacks.

Scaryroad.jpg Concerned Women for America's 'scary' gay wedding graphic.

road.jpg Radar: Why do gays hate black music? "...the gays are afraid of urban-ness, and the gay culture is dominated by the white gays. And that is boring and a problem, particularly because it shows the lie of calling something a gay community when the "community" isn't actually one, and it's not one because there's the rich gays and the poor gays and never shall they meet except on Craigslist."

road.jpg OUT presents The 100 Greatest, Gayest Albums (of All Time)...

road.jpg Michael Moore releasing new film for free on internet.

road.jpg Gay high school proposed in Chicago.

road.jpg Dina Matos McGreevey offers to drop claim that she duped him into marrying her if he pays her the $109,000 a judge says he owes: "Dina Matos' lawyer John Post said the fraud claim filed by his client will be dropped if McGreevey makes full payment and agrees not to appeal the judge's divorce ruling. That drew an immediate rebuke from McGreevey lawyer Steve Haller, who said, 'we will appeal or not appeal at our own discretion.' A private meeting with the judge in the case is scheduled for Monday."

road.jpg Beyonce wants to be 'iconic'.

Cindylauraroad.jpg OUT OF TOUCH: Cindy McCain's first night "power slicker" outfit at the RNC cost $300,000.

road.jpg Sweet new promos for The Office!

road.jpg Subway sandwich shop fires meat handler for handling meat (site nsfw).

road.jpg FLASHBACK: Homophobic comic book from the 80's.

road.jpg REVERSE: Distant object found orbiting sun backwards. "An object in the icy Kuiper belt has been found orbiting the Sun backwards, compared to most other objects in the solar system. It may help explain the origin of an enigmatic family of comets typified by Comet Halley. The new object, called 2008 KV42, lies in the Kuiper belt, a ring of icy bodies beyond Neptune. Its orbit is inclined 103.5° to the plane of the Earth's orbit, or ecliptic. That means that as it orbits the Sun, it actually travels in the opposite direction as the planets."

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  1. yeah, I'm gonna have to agree with Brett about Ms. Obama not being the next Jackie. Don't get me wrong, I love Madam Obama with all my heart but sometimes her outfits leave a little to be desired. Remember the outfit she wore when she had her speech at the DNC? It was a total snooze-fest (the outfit not the speech, the speech was fucking amazing). Acutally, I think the two trade off, Cindy has the fashion sense but the personality of a melted barbie doll, Michelle has loads of personality but the fashion sense of a child-weary PTA mom.

    Sorry Michelle, but I so do love you!!!

    Posted by: Pekemo | Sep 6, 2008 8:19:31 AM

  2. well, i'm oficially ovah THE QUEEN. and THEVEGASSTYLEGUY? what can i say? wannabe vegas, when vegas is only "cool" for midwestern heteros?

    no surprise that they're caca
    (er, gaga) for slicker garb.

    Posted by: nic | Sep 6, 2008 10:58:02 AM

  3. As the ridiculously named and possibly underrated 80s band We've Got a Fuzzbox and We're Going to Use It said, pay less attention to the package and listen to the voice.

    Funny how no one calls out attacks on Michelle Obama as sexist or racist, but anything negative about Palin is a pillory against all good christian women.

    Posted by: Paul R | Sep 7, 2008 11:46:02 PM

  4. OK, I have the cranky pants on this morning...

    The OUT list was idiotic--they were trying so hard to be cutting edge that they threw a whole bunch of artists and albums under the bus. Antony and the Johnsons is on PAGE ONE, and they had no room for (among others) Me'Shell NdegeOcello, Sinead O'Connor, Johnny Mathis, "Club Verboten," "Liza with a Z" "Cabaret" "West Side Story" and anything by Little Richard, Streisand or Pansy Division? Come on, people!! They deserve a good smack at OUT for being such navel-gazers.

    Ah, but then you have these folks at RADAR doing cultural oversimplification at its finest--"Oh, the gay community doesn't listen to hardcore hip-hop or gangster rap, so they don't like black music." The Milkman was right on with his list--without the black/soul community of the 70's PLUS the gay movement, there wouldn't have been disco or modern gay music, much of which is warbled by black goddesses like Martha Wash et all. Oh, but disco isn't "real" music, let alone "black" music, right? Neither is Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Leona Lewis, Rhianna, Mariah, etc. etc. No,only the most violent, profane, mysogenistic, homophobic hip-hop is "real" black music to these authors, and if you dare to disagree you're a "hater." Thank you, middlebrow journalist with his head shoved up his ass.

    And remember this thought re: the community organizer vs. governor thing--JESUS was a community organizer. PONTIUS PILATE was a governor. You're welcome.

    Posted by: Dback | Sep 8, 2008 2:03:16 PM

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