News: Hypersonic Aircraft, Hunter Parrish, Elephant, Bernie Madoff

Road New charge in 9/11 attacks alleges CIA cover-up.

RoadElephant collapses at Ringling Brothers Circus following performance in Anaheim.

Si2 RoadGay photographer Paul Moakley returns to his high school on Staten Island to photograph the trials and tribulations of adolescence: "The work is a collection of individual moments that add up to a personal exploration of the mysteries of masculinity."

RoadRyan Gosling fuels DILF fantasies.

RoadPrepare ye: Hunter Parrish to play Jesus in Broadway revival of Godspell. Previews begin at Circle in the Square on October 13, with an official opening set for November 7.

Road$500 will get you an iPad case made from Bernie Madoff's pants.

RoadJames Moore offers a 2012 Rick Perry prediction on CNN: "After he wins the nomination, protocol will require Perry to have discussions with Bachmann about the vice presidential slot, but he will, eventually, turn to Sarah Palin. The general election will force the Texan back toward the middle and he will stop talking about faith and abortion and gay marriage; Perry will campaign on jobs and the economy."

RoadDan Choi visits The Six Pack.

RoadNOM radio ad: Marriage the moral battle of our generation.

Falconhtv2 RoadAir Force hypersonic aircraft fails in test flight over the Pacific Ocean.

RoadGay chorus of Brighton, UK lands a £1million record deal with Universal Records: "The choir is working on its repertoire of alternative rock songs in an effort to get away from cliched gay anthems. The deal with Universal Records – also home to U2 – is thought to be the first major label contract for a gay men's choir. Also among their repertoire are songs by David Bowie, Ian McCulloch of Echo And The Bunnymen and The Enemy."

RoadZac Efron is a pumped Paperboy.

RoadWould you like pus with those fries? "It started Monday when customers of the McDonald’s located at 2404 Santa Barbara Blvd. alerted authorities to a man standing outside the restaurant for about 10 minutes squeezing away at the acne on his back. Events that followed with police ended in a brief chase and the arrest of the man, who allegedly gave a false name when confronted about the complaints."

RoadThe iconic Farrah Fawcett swimsuit poster is now a Barbie Doll.

Ufo RoadCould 'UFO' on the ocean floor really be the lost kingdom of Kvenland.

RoadJason Momoa won't leave his hat on.

RoadMinnesota AFL-CIO united against anti-gay marriage amendment: “The labor movement is, and has always been about protecting and advancing the rights of all people,” Minnesota AFL-CIO President Shar Knutson said in a statement on Monday. “We will not stand by and allow discrimination to become part of Minnesota’s constitution.”

RoadWho knew Harry Potter was so well-endowed.

RoadNOM joins anti-Lawrence v. Texas crowd: "Apparently, NOM is under the impression that the Supreme Court’s decision in Lawrence paved the way for courts to legalize same-sex marriage and, eventually, polygamous marriage. NOM isn’t alone, either. The Family Research Council (FRC) — which has been labeled an anti-gay hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center — filed an amicus brief in the Lawrence case, using reasoning similar to NOM’s in order to justify state sodomy laws."


  1. says

    In his Lawrence v. Texas dissent Fat Tony Scalia SPECIFICALLY cite gay marriage as a reson for his “no” vote. Cause once “sodomy” is off the books and we’re no longer a “suspect class” then marriage is the next logical step.

  2. Zlick says

    Haha, nice wand oops.

    One of my favorite lines in the Harry Potter series is spoken by Delores Umbridge, handing down one of her new edicts over the Hogwart’s loudspeakers: “Boys and Girls must remain at least eight inches apart from each other at all times.”

  3. says

    The NYC Gay Men’s Chorus released ‘Love Lives On’ in 1992 on Virgin Records, so I think they might have something to say about this being the first gay men’s chorus on a major label.

  4. Chris says

    I have a simpler explanation for the subsea structure. Of the coast of BC in numerous places we have deapwater silicate reefs built by glass sponges, only place known in the world where this happens. That does not it is only place in the world where this happens.

  5. Paul R says

    No way will Lawrence be repealed. And I hardly think it can be called coincidence that the lawyer leading the charge is from Utah and NOM is supporting him. That loser group might as well change its name to the National Organization of Mormons.

    Andy, is there no way to block the incessant advertising like that in the previous post? it seems to be showing up in every list of comments. It could be worse, obviously, but it’s a needless irritant.

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