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NEWS: Lesbian Murders, A Watery World, Antonin Scalia On The Second Amendment - VIDEO


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A lesbian couple admitted to luring one of the women’s former lovers into the woods, beating her and strangling her, and finally burying her in a shallow grave as she took her last breaths.

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Towleroad-roadicon Oxford students may now sit their exams while cross-dressing:

Under the new regulations, students taking exams or attending formal occasions will no longer have to wear ceremonial clothing that is specific to their gender.

It will mean men will be able to sit tests in skirts and stockings and women will have the option of wearing suits and bow ties.

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“We cannot stand silent as those who seek to undermine Israel voice theircriticisms,” he said. “And we certainly should not join in that criticism. Diplomatic distance in public between our nations emboldens Israel’s adversaries.”

He also referred pointedly to Jerusalem as “the capital of Israel,” something Obama administration officials, in keeping with decades of official American policy, are unwilling to do because Palestinians also envision the city as the future capital of their hoped-for state. The line drew a standing ovation from some in the crowd.

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  1. When Dykes Attack!

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jul 29, 2012 6:13:28 PM

  2. Just ordered two gigantic cannons from E-Bay to be stationed in front of my house to ward off the inviteable advancing hordes.

    Posted by: bryan | Jul 29, 2012 6:23:49 PM

  3. Regarding the Oxford Uni article, your take is quite off, and the result of the decision is almost the complete opposite..!

    From a better article:

    "In future there will be no need for transgender students to cross-dress to avoid being confronted by invigilators or disciplined during their exam," [LGBTQ Society's Executive Director] told the Oxford Student newspaper.

    Try selecting your UK sources as thoroughly as your US ones.

    Posted by: I Love My Brick | Jul 29, 2012 6:29:49 PM

  4. Scalia loves to come himself an 'originalist' when it comes to the Constitution. Meaning whatever the framers had with original intent is the ruling of the land (unless of course he feels like pandering or just making up new law.)

    He also likes to call himself a states rights dude (unless it comes to California unions or Montana trying to strike down Citizens United...then he has other things in mind)

    This dude should have been removed the MINUTE he went on Air Force Two with Cheney to go hunting and then refused to remove himself from ANY case that involved the Bush/Cheney administration.

    Posted by: Shawn | Jul 29, 2012 8:07:26 PM

  5. Why is towleroad using the term "lesbian murders"? I think it's homophobic. Do you gay guys ever think of your own homophobia in connecting the word "lesbian" to "murder"?

    While I don't doubt that these alleged murderers might be lesbians, your use of sensationalist, homophobic headlines proves that you are no different from Right Wing homophobies.

    Posted by: sue | Jul 29, 2012 8:34:51 PM

  6. If Scalia were a true originalist, the only arms that citizens would be constitutionally entitled to keep would be those that were in existence at the time the Constitution was written. All the muskets you can bear, gun nuts, but automatic assault weapons are not provided for constitutionally.

    Posted by: Patrick Henry | Jul 29, 2012 11:18:42 PM

  7. I don't think "Lesbian Murders" connotes homophobia. I took it to mean a lesbian was murdered; I didn't initially know the perpetrators were also lesbian.

    That said, definitely watch the posts on this thread. Hopefully the first comment will be the only homophobic 'dyke' comment. We gays love our witticisms, but can be rather obtuse when it comes to lesbians.

    Posted by: Hugh | Jul 29, 2012 11:24:02 PM

  8. WOW...I thought only Black people commit crimes against Gays?

    Posted by: CHRIS DACHOCOLATEBEARCUB | Jul 29, 2012 11:45:48 PM

  9. OK Sue, how does "murderers who happen to be lesbian" sound?

    Posted by: ger | Jul 30, 2012 1:03:19 AM

  10. Re: Oxford Uni article. This was lifted from the British broadsheet, the Daily Telegraph. I wouldn't use them again, if I were you.

    They clearly don't have a clue...either that, or they are just being plain offensive.

    Posted by: robert | Jul 30, 2012 3:21:39 AM

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  12. If guilty, those two women should be imprisoned for the rest of their lives. In different prisons.

    Posted by: Seattle Mike | Jul 30, 2012 12:19:51 PM

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