News: DNC, Enceladus, Boyzone, NOM Woes, Rihanna, Sports Bar

RoadEmail reveals deception on the part of the DNC with regard to assistance of Question 1 in Maine and lies about directing Mainers to vote for progressive causes.

Jonhamm RoadJon Hamm in high school.

RoadWhat does Maine's marriage loss mean to California?

RoadVermont lawmaker relieved of masturbation charges: "Perkett said his review of the evidence found that Flanagan did engage
in the conduct alleged — masturbation in open view inside a men’s
fitness room at the YMCA — in late July but did not do so
intentionally. 'I don’t believe beyond a reasonable doubt
that he intentionally engaged in the conduct,' Perkett said. 'More
importantly, I don’t believe I could prove it beyond a reasonable
doubt.'” 

RoadUK man sentenced to six years in prison for targeting gay men on the internet with the intention to rob them.

RoadPastors planning to "incite hate crimes" to test Matthew Shepard Act?: "We're going to declare the whole counsel of God, including those parts that some may consider 'inciting a hate crime' to see if the attorney general is going to come down and arrest a group of peaceful clergy exercising their First Amendment rights."

RoadMariah shoots H.A.T.E.U. video.

 RoadNYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks out about cabbie who ejected gays for hugging: "I thought the taxi driver's behavior — if it is as reported — was a disgrace. Somebody's orientation has absolutely nothing to do with whether they can ride a taxi. That kind of attitude doesn't fit with what this city's become."

RoadJust Jared interviews Alexander Skarsgard.

Gym GYM sportsbar a hit in West Hollywood. "…a dedicated sports bar, where the audio and video are played
simultaneously, is something most people haven't seen before, says Gym
co-owner Rich Schmutzler: "When we first started, I got a lot of Scooby
Doo faces, like, 'huh?' "

RoadThe National Organization for Marriage is short on cash.

An update on the anti-gay charges against NBA player Drew Gooden.Road

RoadWATCH: Rihanna describes assault by Chris Brown on Good Morning America.

Enceladus RoadOne of the enigmatic plumes on Saturn's moon Enceladus, shot as the Cassini probe made a pass about 120,000 miles over the moon.

RoadBeyoncé at the EMAs.

RoadChelsea erotica shop putting massage on display tonight: "Manworks.com, the leading erotic male masseur listings company in New York
City, will host a live erotic massage demonstration in the window of The Blue Chelsea, an erotica shop on 8th Avenue NYC on Friday, Nov 6th from
6pm-10pm. Every hour, a new male masseur will demonstrate the rubbing
techniques he uses to calm and relax his clients."

RoadGo-ahead given for Britain's first underground mansion.

RoadBoyzone honored by UK gay rights group Stonewall: "The late singer and his Boyzone bandmates were hailed as entertainers of the year at the high-profile gay event.

Mr Cowles fought back tears as he collected the award on behalf of the band – and received a standing ovation from the crowd. He said: 'Hi everyone, I'm Stephen's man, husband, whatever. You know what I mean. Thank you everyone for voting.'

He said that the Irish group had always 'loved and supported' his husband in everything he did."

Comments

  1. Graham Anderson says

    Hi – can you post some kind of warning when linking to stuff on the Daily (hate)Mail? I’m sure I’m not the only person who wants to avoid giving them any page views.

  2. says

    I wish Gym Bar in NYC would turn off the Lady Gaga and turn up the volume on the games. Although being a Cowboys fan in New York, maybe it’s not a good idea to be there for the game anyway!

  3. Paul R says

    An underground house is creepy. If you have enough money to afford that, you can afford to buy privacy and security above ground.

    I went to a bar (the Pilsner Inn) in San Francisco for more years than I care to admit before I realized it’s ostensibly a gay sports bar. Oops.

  4. Sports Is Boring says

    A bar blaring sports from a TV is revolutionary? It’s everywhere. Just once, I’d love to walk into a bar or restaurant and find the TV tuned to SoapNet or Turner Classic Movies. Now THAT would be revolutionary.

  5. Chris says

    I was interested in the Enceladus link. Organic molecules have been found in the plume spewing from the moon’s south pole. This is more evidence that the stuff of life originated in space before the Earth was formed, maybe even life itself. Life should be ubiquitous on any habitable planet.

  6. Lucas says

    “A bar blaring sports from a TV is revolutionary? It’s everywhere. Just once, I’d love to walk into a bar or restaurant and find the TV tuned to SoapNet or Turner Classic Movies.”

    And that would be an empty bar, EXCEPT for you. ESPN is widely popular. SoapNet is not.

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