News: Pilot Whales, Gillian Anderson, Sleep Drug, Joe Jonas

RoadObamacare enrollment surges...

RoadDayna Morales, waitress involved in anti-gay tip hoax, suspended from job...

SuvorexantRoadBlockbuster sleep drug on the horizon?

RoadYou heard that right: Gillian Anderson wearing an eel scarf.

RoadNancy Sutley leaving White House post: "A lesbian adviser to President Obama on environmental policy has announced she’ll depart the White House in February, ending the tenure of one the longest-serving openly LGBT members of the Obama administration.

RoadJoe Jonas is owning a moustache right now.

RoadExtremist Rep. Duncan Hunter has a plan for Iran: Nuke em. "I think if you have to hit Iran, you don’t put boots on the ground, you do it with tactical nuclear devices and you set them back a decade or two or three. I think that’s the way to do it with a massive aerial bombardment campaign."

RoadGuardian staff could face terrorism charges over NSA leaks: "British police are examining whether Guardian newspaper staff should be investigated for terrorism offences over their handling of data leaked by Edward Snowden, Britain's senior counter-terrorism officer said on Tuesday. The disclosure came after Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger, summoned to give evidence at a parliamentary inquiry, was accused by lawmakers of helping terrorists by making top secret information public and sharing it with other news organisations."

RoadVin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez pay tribute to Paul Walker.

RoadIt will be hard for Stephen Moyer to walk away from True Blood. "It’s just a group of people that I absolutely love and it’s certainly the happiest and warmest set I’ve ever been on..."

RoadThe first White House briefing on AIDS in 1982 was a disgusting display of homophobia.

LimelightRoadNYC's David Barton Gym to move into the old Limelight nightclub: "The property has had a rocky past since the infamous Limelight fell victim to predictable internal disarray and Rudy Giuliani‘s war against nightlife in 1997. It briefly housed the forgettable Avalon dance club and, in 2010, went retail with the ill-fated Limelight Marketplace, a collection of shops and food vendors."

RoadParents cut ties with anti-gay church to honor their gay son.

RoadTMZ: Tom Daley "holding hands with an attractive female friend".

RoadRosetta spacecraft on track to land on comet in 2014: "At precisely 10am GMT on 20 January next year, a tiny electronic chip inside Europe's Rosetta spacecraft will flicker into life. The robot probe will then be several hundred million miles from Earth, an orbit that will be bringing it closer and closer to Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, a massive ball of ice, dust and organic materials that orbits the Sun every six and a half years."

RoadTown Hall believes liberalism is on the wrong side of history.

Pilotwhales3Road0 pilot whales stranded off coast of Florida: "Dozens of pilot whales are stranded in the shallow waters of remote area in Everglades National Park. Floridian marine life experts are on a mission Wednesday to return these majestic mammals back to the Gulf of Mexico before their luck dries up."

RoadGeorge Clooney: "If you're famous and on Twitter, you're a moron."

RoadAustralan Rugby Union places Bingham Cup on display.

RoadResearch group mines data from 600,000 "your call may be monitored" conversations and finds out which state swears the most: "People in Ohio cursed the most as compared to every other state in the Union: They swore in one out of about every 150 phone conversations. Ohio was followed, respectively, by Maryland, New Jersey, Louisiana, and Illinois.

RoadFreedom to Marry's Evan Wolfson talks to Variety about the role of Hollywood in gaining gay equality: “No one is better at telling stories and sparking conversation than Hollywood. So that climate, that air cover of storytelling and engaging people to think anew, is what enables the ground game of the personal conversations and the legal and political work to succeed.”

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  1. That briefing is from the 1980s NOT 1992. It's still disgusting but you should get your dates right.

    Posted by: daninseatown | Dec 4, 2013 3:24:42 PM

  2. It was 1982, and wasn't a "briefing" in the sense of talking about AIDS being the reason the reporters were called in. It was just another general meeting with the press in which the reporter brought it up. Contrary to how his words could be interpreted, the reporter, Lester Kinsolving, was a rabid homophobe then and still is today, referring to gay rights groups as "the sodomy lobby."

    Posted by: Michael Bedwell | Dec 4, 2013 3:28:59 PM

  3. Getting a little "ching-ching" for putting a positive spin on ObamaCare? Wow, supposedly 100,000 have "joined" and so far that only cost 600 million. LOL, have you seen endangered Democrat Senator Pryor's latest TV ad holding a HUGE Bible and begging "Only GOD may judge me!"?

    Posted by: Mike | Dec 4, 2013 3:36:57 PM

  4. If John Kasich was your governor, you would cuss all the time, too.

    Posted by: Gus | Dec 4, 2013 3:51:46 PM

  5. Your description on the article of "parents cut ties with anti-gay church to honor their gay son" is in error. Fabulously in error as it's the grandparents who cut ties with their church when they realized it was anti-gay. This is a wonderful 3 generation family story!

    Posted by: CJ | Dec 4, 2013 4:22:35 PM

  6. This site stopped caring about facts a while ago, didn't you notice? Andy has lost interest, that's pretty clear.

    Posted by: Meh... | Dec 4, 2013 4:26:15 PM

  7. "No one is better at telling stories and sparking conversation than Hollywood."

    Evan. Please. Watch a foreign film.

    Posted by: Randy | Dec 4, 2013 5:57:12 PM

  8. The first White House briefing on AIDS in 1982 ... not 1982.

    Posted by: TJ Furlani | Dec 4, 2013 6:01:48 PM

  9. I went on today to check it out. Informative and easy to use.

    Posted by: Marty | Dec 4, 2013 7:23:18 PM

  10. Maybe w/ Bloomberg leaving, nightlife in NYC will revive itself somehow. Rents and insurance are sky-high, but NY has some of the worst nightlife in the world for a major city.

    Posted by: anon | Dec 4, 2013 11:36:02 PM

  11. The ACA website was an inexcusable avoidable fiasco. Once they knew they weren't going to make it they could have just put up the window shopping part, which they didn't even do until recently, and said the actual buying part would be ready later. But why any Americans are so hostile to the US doing what every comparable country on earth did already, and many of them many decades ago, plus doing it with the most conservative appoach of any of them, is beyond me.

    Posted by: emjayay | Dec 4, 2013 11:52:18 PM

  12. I could never respect Reagan for his (un) handling of the AIDS crisis. Still he's 100 times better than the evil Republicans in office today.

    Posted by: Joe De Hoyos | Dec 5, 2013 3:55:02 AM

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