News: Wrinkle in Time, Jim Parsons, Popular, Jessie Ware

RoadThe insidiousness of Facebook Messenger's terms of service.

RoadEleven fun Gay Games events before the opening ceremony on Saturday.

MariahRoadMariah Carey to cover premiere issue of Turkey's first gay magazine, GayMag.

RoadJim Parsons is going to be rich!

RoadPassenger jets vulnerable to cyber attacks: "Cyber security researcher Ruben Santamarta says he has figured out how to hack the satellite communications equipment on passenger jets through their WiFi and inflight entertainment systems - a claim that, if confirmed, could prompt a review of aircraft security."

RoadRoyals stroll through massive poppy field representing fallen soldiers from the Commonwealth.

RoadRussia is world leader for anal porn:"The survey is based on traffic for the Canada-based PornHub, which currently ranks 75th on the list of the world's most popular websites, according to Alexa.com web analytics portal. PornHub did not give any solid figures, saying only that 'proportionally speaking, PornHub gets more requests for anal sex from Russia than any other country.'"

RoadThe sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is on its way.

RoadLast day on the White Collar set for Matt Bomer.

WrinkleintimeRoadDisney to tackle children's classic A Wrinkle in Time.

RoadMichele Bachmann proposes 100% tax on money sent home by immigrants.

RoadKentucky star lawyers to face off before 6th Circuit on Wednesday: "Laura Landenwich, 34, of Louisville, and Leigh Gross Latherow, 45, of Ashland, will square off Wednesday in arguments at the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati, where each will have 15 minutes to make her case on gay marriage."

RoadMoon photobombs Saturn.

RoadDad who posted homophobic Facebook rant claims he's not homophobic: ""If your parents were faggots, you horrible gay c***s wouldn't of [sic] been born! Should be lined up and machine gunned, vile disgusting c***s!"

RoadJessie Ware releases track list for album to be released on October 21.

RoadOne Direction's Liam Payne is very upset that people are calling him fat.

GroffRoadStudy: We are the most popular we'll ever be at age 29.

RoadConservative groups attack "outlaw" judge for overturning Florida's gay marriage ban.

RoadNYT: SCOTUS rulings advance gays but now women.

RoadMadonna and Lady Gaga compete for Berlin Wall gig:  â€śMadonna and Gaga are equally desperate for the honour of performing. They both like to think of themselves as very political, and will also have new albums to promote by then. It could reignite their long-running feud as the date draws nearer because neither are used to being told no."

RoadHong Kong gay rights groups push for disclaimer on books touting gay conversion therapy.

RoadNicki Minaj explains how the Beyonce 'Flawless' remix came to be: "She sent me a version that she wanted. She told me, 'I want you to be you. I don't want you to hold back." I said, 'You sure?' She said, 'Yeah. I want you to be you and do you."

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  1. Oh, Ms. Bachmann, when will you ever STFU already?

    Posted by: Jack M | Aug 5, 2014 3:29:43 PM


  2. When I was a child, A Wrinkle In Time was my favorite book. Hopefully Disney will do a good job of making it a movie.

    Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Aug 5, 2014 3:31:17 PM


  3. Is there a story that goes with the Goff/Looking photo?

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Aug 5, 2014 4:08:16 PM


  4. DASTIUS - I guess it's a test of intelligence or ingenuity. My bet is Groff is there because he's 29, in relation to the story about having the most friends in life at that age.

    Jonathan Groff was born on March 26, 1985 = 29 years old.

    Mind you, I suspect Groff himself may have a few more than 80 friends, whether he knows them or not...... :)

    Posted by: edude | Aug 5, 2014 4:17:41 PM


  5. So Mrs. Bachman wants to institute a 100% tax on money that immigrants send back to their families in their countries of origin? OK, I'll tell you what Michelle. I'll support your idea just as soon as congress votes to impose a 100% tax on all money sent to the Caymans or Switzerland and on all companies who transfer their "headquarters" out of the country in order to avoid paying taxes.

    About the homophobic father on Facebook, what is his point exactly. Obviously most gay people have heterosexual parents. Is he afraid that everyone will somehow become gay and that no more children will ever be born if gay people are allowed to exist?

    Posted by: Jonty Coppersmith | Aug 5, 2014 4:20:24 PM


  6. Thanks, Edude, aka "Sherlock".

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Aug 5, 2014 4:27:58 PM


  7. @Dastius, I was thinking the same, but then thought the pic speaks to itself, nice looking guy is always nice to look at.

    Posted by: Matt27 | Aug 5, 2014 4:39:42 PM


  8. Liam, if you are reading this please know I think you have just the right amount of meat on your bones. Too skinny or too muscle bound ins't attractive to me AT ALL. YOU are attractive to me just as you are although I do wish you would put down the cigarettes.

    Posted by: bicurious | Aug 5, 2014 5:03:35 PM


  9. WTF Liam Payne fat LOL? He's not skinny, neither is he fat. I'd do him in a heartbeat.

    Russia? I would have thought Greece would be #1 for anal. Yes, lame, but I had to say it.I wonder what countries rank the highest for things like S&M and bondage?That would be ? interesting to know from a sociological perspective.

    Posted by: ratbastard | Aug 5, 2014 5:36:57 PM


  10. A Wrinkle in Time is a odd Christian tract of a book for young girls. It's appeal to young boys is about nil. The cartoon version is probably better than the book overall.

    To say you are most popular at 29 is a bit disingenuous. You might have more friends at that age, but you're also more likely to hurt people do to immaturity. And this ties together nicely: you're immature so you lose friends as you age. By the time you're a nice guy you have fewer friends. However, as a nice guy, you should be "more popular".

    Posted by: anon | Aug 5, 2014 5:43:58 PM


  11. "but then thought the pic speaks to itself"

    It would save confusion if the pics actually did speak for themselves, as in making them clickable, linking to the story they illustrate. It's easy to do.

    Posted by: Dastius Krazitauc | Aug 5, 2014 5:45:10 PM


  12. Bachmann does get that most undocumented laborers are paid under the table, right?

    You can't tax what you don't know about, idjit...

    Posted by: Jerry | Aug 5, 2014 6:52:51 PM


  13. Bachmann continues to add to the mounting pile of evidence that she is clinically insane.

    Posted by: SoLeftImRight | Aug 5, 2014 7:45:01 PM


  14. 100% tax on church revenues!

    The boy looks fat because he hasn't shaved his face. Beards, even scraggly ones, add 40 lbs. to a young guy's face.

    Posted by: Tax the Fat Ones | Aug 5, 2014 9:53:23 PM


  15. I'm with Mike: I love love love "A Wrinkle In Time." Lots of 5th & 6th grade boys read it as one of their early introductions to science fiction. And the religious (I'd say spiritual) subtext is beautifully done: the core message is to embrace joy and love fearlessly, and everything else will follow.

    Posted by: Dback | Aug 6, 2014 10:30:01 AM


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