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Road Carrie Prejean to get opposite married.

RoadSenator Byrd to lie in repose in Senate chamber.

Cristiano RoadCristiano Ronaldo launches website.

RoadGordon Ramsey checks out some male ham hocks in St. Tropez.

RoadTwo injured in shooting during vigil for man shot to death at SF Gay Pride.

RoadFlorida State University expands non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.

RoadJennifer Love Hewitt has a thing for Brent Corrigan.

RoadThree men charged with conspiracy in killing of Robert Wone found not guilty: "No one has yet been charged with the murder of Wone, the former general counsel of Radio Free Asia who was stabbed three times in the chest on the evening of Aug. 2, 2006 in a Dupont Circle townhouse. And on Tuesday, a Washington, D.C., judge found the three men charged with conspiracy not guilty on all counts. Click here for the WaPo article; here for coverage from the Who Murdered Robert Wone? blog; here for previous LB coverage of the Wone situation. Prosecutors had accused Joseph R. Price, 39, Victor J. Zaborsky, 44, and Dylan M. Ward, 39, of covering up the slaying of Wone in the trio’s Dupont Circle home...Attorneys for Price, Ward and Zaborsky, who were arrested in 2008 and later released on their own recognizance, say they were unfairly targeted because they are gay."

RoadWatch: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows trailer.

RoadCheyenne Jackson will have an episode arc on the eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm.

ActivistRoadFour gay activists detained at St. Petersburg, Russia rally: "St. Petersburg police detained at least four gay activists on Saturday during a rally at the Hermitage Museum, a police spokesman said. About two dozen gay and lesbian activists gathered in the tourist-packed courtyard of one of the world's most famous museums carrying banners and chanting 'Homophobia is the country's shame.' Although the rally was not publicly announced, a small group of ultraright activists came to the square attempting to attack the protesters, local media reported, adding that four or five of them were detained."

RoadReligious right launches fax campaign against Elena Kagan.

RoadMeet Grandpa Gaga.

RoadMiley Cyrus: Like vs. You Know.

RoadGay gift shop in Portland, Maine has Pride flag torn down: "We wanted to hang a pride flag out above our sign, and we put it out on Saturday and Monday night it was ripped down. They ripped the flagpole, everything, down. They took the whole thing. It's kind of disappointing going into Pride (Week), and we'd like to think we can put things out in support and not have them destroyed."

RoadCaroline Manzo and Kim Zolciak trash Danielle Staub's lesbian leanings.

Shark RoadTuna fisherman catch Great White off the coast of Massachusetts.

RoadDelhi Gay Pride parade postponed for cooler weather.

RoadSlovenian gay bar bombed: "Unknown perpetrators attacked last week a Ljubljana bar popular with the gay community with Molotov cocktails. The bar as well as the house of a judge who sentenced in March three men to prison for a 2009 assault on a gay activist were also sprayed with homophobic graffiti."

RoadSteve Carell punching out at The Office.

RoadBP slick reached Mississippi while Haley Barbour was fundraising in Washington: "Continuing his record of dismissing the magnitude of the BP disaster, Barbour said on Friday after he returned to Mississippi that major slicks miles long within the Mississippi Sound 'shouldn’t be a cause for alarm.' By Saturday, there were 'long, wide ribbons of orange-colored oil for as far as the eye could see and acres of both heavy and light sheen moving into the Sound between the barrier islands.'"

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  1. I cannot believe those psychotic fucks were found not guilty for killing Wone. I hope they rot in hell.

    Posted by: Shane | Jun 29, 2010 3:26:15 PM


  2. And are shunned while they are still alive.

    Posted by: Shane | Jun 29, 2010 3:26:40 PM


  3. but maybe they didn't wone, shane. I mean, it's at least plausible...this wone was not what he appeared to be.

    And rosie odonnell was on the seventh season of curb (funniest episode of the season)...the fight scenes were hilarious.

    Posted by: TANK | Jun 29, 2010 3:56:17 PM


  4. Many important issues, but I still need to write it is so wonderful Cristiano Ronaldo has finally launhed website!
    Cristiano - official website and another pic where he is shirtless and the best yet, he is just playing on tv!
    This is almost too much for me, but I can handle it.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jun 29, 2010 3:59:51 PM


  5. The Wone trial outcome was very discouraging.

    Posted by: VInce in WeHo | Jun 29, 2010 4:08:12 PM


  6. I'm surprised the Wone defendants got off on all counts, but I think for that we have to thank a completely inept investigation by the DC forensics unit into a case it clearly couldn't wrap its head around. I was just thinking about this sad, bizarre case yesterday but had no idea it was at trial.

    The shootings in San Francisco are sickening. At a vigil for other shootings, no less.

    Posted by: Paul R | Jun 29, 2010 4:12:07 PM


  7. Will Byrd be in his KKK outfit

    Posted by: Name: | Jun 29, 2010 4:12:29 PM


  8. It's unfortunate that the Wone family will now have to endure a civil trial. Perhaps, some justice will be found there.

    Posted by: VInce in WeHo | Jun 29, 2010 4:19:38 PM


  9. Anyone who has lived in DC knows that their police department has suffered many setbacks over the years, I guess as most big city police depts. I am not surprised that the forensics unit may have boggled the Wone case.

    Posted by: Bob | Jun 29, 2010 4:24:52 PM


  10. Rinaldo's beautiful Portuguese skin against the contrast of the green grass and yellow and white uniform sure makes a startlingly beautiful composition.

    Posted by: Ted | Jun 29, 2010 4:28:19 PM


  11. "Rinaldo's beautiful Portuguese skin against the contrast of the green grass and yellow and white uniform sure makes a startlingly beautiful composition."

    You know, I really wasn't paying that much attention to the background. That's a beautiful man!

    Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Jun 29, 2010 4:57:30 PM


  12. Get it correct - the shootings did not occur at San Francisco Gay Pride, they occurred at the Pink Saturday festivities in the Castro the day before!

    Posted by: tsuyoikuma | Jun 29, 2010 5:23:16 PM


  13. Slovenia is a country with a population of approximately 2 million people. The authorities should be able to investigate and apprehend these anti-gay terrorists without too much trouble.

    Europe truly remains a very diverse place, even with the whole European Union and Euro thing.

    If the leaders of those progressive countries in which gay people have been accepted as equal under the law stood up and put the proper encouragement in place, the Slovenians would act fast to ensure justice is done. If the Belgian authorities can raid the RC bishops' office, the European Union can ensure that this Slovenian matter is quickly resolved.

    Unfortunately, sometimes when there's no will there's no way.

    Posted by: Fahd | Jun 29, 2010 5:41:18 PM


  14. to haley barbour the oil slick isn't a major problem? you are an asshole of the first order. no wonder you were the chair of the repuks. wild life is dying, the envirnoment is in shambles , a gulf fisherman just killed himself, but the oil spill isn't that bad. maybe he should go take a swim in gulf just show how not bad it is. god the repuks will say and do anything to keep their oil contributions upto and including lying.

    Posted by: walter | Jun 29, 2010 7:34:30 PM


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