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News: Prince Harry, Utah, Pussy Riot, Christmas Aprons

RoadThe Cambridges offer up some Christmas PDAHarry2

RoadAnd Harry's beard made a cameo too.

RoadThe Powerpuff Girls to return to TV.

RoadDeseret News: Utah has "historic opportunity" to defend marriage -- "[Governor] Herbert and [Attorney General] Reyes, however, have both the opportunity and the willingness to take a full and vigorous legal fight forward. Building on the extraordinary social and economic results that we believe stems from Utah’s deep-seated support of the traditional family, Herbert and Reyes can shape a full-vetting of the complex issues involved in this vitally important debate in both the courts and in the court of public opinion. The vision, tone and rigor that they bring to this debate will provide much needed leadership, not just for Utah, but for the nation."

RoadA very Obama Christmas.

RoadFeud: Joan Rivers vs. Jennifer Lawrence.

RoadCulprit shot dead in Christmas home invasion in Texas turns out to be the Mayor's son.

RoadZachary Quinto prank calls Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Christian Borle.


Aprons RoadNJ Governor Christie has a reputation of being something of a bully.

RoadPussy Riot members granted amnesty in run-up to Sochi games; reunited after leaving prison.

RoadJustin Bieber insists he is retiring.

RoadOne Direction's Liam Payne challenges Tom Daley to an apron-off.

RoadAnd apparently Dustin Lance Black and boyfriend Daley both received a pair of rainbow toe socks for Christmas.

RoadNYT asks, "Is the Internet a Mob without Consequence?": "The immediacy and fast pace of the Internet can be magical. But when someone makes a comment that the masses disagree with, a mob with 140-character pitchforks can develop in seconds and the Internet can become terrifyingly bellicose."

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  1. Re. Utah - Mormons screeching about "traditional marriage!" has always amused me.

    Posted by: Gregory In Seattle | Dec 26, 2013 3:02:59 PM


  2. Deseret News is a very Mormon newspaper.

    Is the Internet a mob? I think the problem is that in general, the average person is hard to convince of anything, true or not. If they have a wrong idea in their head they almost never give it up. People become emotionally invested in their fantasies.

    Posted by: anon | Dec 26, 2013 3:36:53 PM



  3. You can add Ben Cohen to the "Apron Off." On Christmas Day, he tweeted a photo of himself wearing a similar Gay Icon apron as Daley. He was wearing a shirt under it, though. :(

    https://twitter.com/RugbyBenCohen/status/415860464594468864/photo/1

    Posted by: Fox | Dec 26, 2013 5:20:07 PM


  4. The Desert News article is filled with tells.
    The editorial itself takes the tone you'd expect from a newspaper owned by the Mormon Church labeling Judge Shelby an activist judge and praising the Gov for fighting his ruling. But look at the comments. They run about 3 to 1 in favor of marriage equality and show an amazing understanding of the monumental importance of constitutional guarantees of equality for EVERYONE. Bravo News readers. And thank you for standing up for and speaking out for equality.

    Posted by: SERIOUSLY | Dec 26, 2013 6:58:40 PM


  5. I'd enjoy a sleep-over with Zachary Quinto. Gorgeous man! Love his laugh (and those eye brows! Zow!).

    Posted by: TyInTennn | Dec 26, 2013 9:31:33 PM


  6. Ha... Ha... Ha. Great post. Your aprons were really outstanding. It has given me a creative idea to recreate my simple apron which I got from bestaprons.com/.

    The superman apron for my hubby(atleast he would cook from now), and the one with multiple colors for me which would let my husband see different colors of mine.
    Thanks again.

    Posted by: Ruby | Dec 28, 2013 10:17:16 AM


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