Stalkers and celebrities go together like coffee and cream, just ask Nole Cakes.
Today, we were trying to get in his tennis bag at the US Open to snag a pair of his jocks. You may have noticed the commotion on the sidelines-- that was us and security making friends and exchanging information. They wanted our digits/ age/ names/ addresses--isn't that flattering?? They were kind of like his handlers, just like in HELL-A: We just know that they were planning to give our info to our Nole Cakes later, like an agent or manager would! We're waiting anxiously for his call..... and waiting..... and STILL waiting......
Guess who else has a stalker? Joe Manganiello.
And, stalker has a tracking device/system for the thespian. BITCH!! Why didn't we think of that for Nole. We could have slipped it in his bag earlier today!!!!
**Adds "tracking device" to shopping list*** Get workie on that PRONTO.
Quips Manganiello: “I’ve had to have my car checked for a tracking device — for a stalker!…You have to take the good with the bad.”
That saying is true: Teach an old dog (us) new tricks!!!
Was this the lesson we were supposed to get out of this story??????????
All these scientists had to do was consult us, we've already done the decades of research and bank loads of funding.
A study has been released stating that hard drinkers live longer than non-drinkers.
The study titled Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Researchsuggests that — for reasons that aren't entirely clear — abstaining from alcohol does actually tend to increase one's risk of dying even when you exclude former drinkers. The most shocking part? Abstainers' mortality rates are higher than those of heavy drinkers.
Moderate drinking, which is defined as one to three drinks per day, is associated with the lowest mortality rates in alcohol studies. Moderate alcohol use (especially when the beverage of choice is red wine) is thought to improve heart health, circulation and sociability, which can be important because people who are isolated don't have as many family members and friends who can notice and help treat health problems. But why would abstaining from alcohol lead to a shorter life? It's true that those who abstain from alcohol tend to be from lower socioeconomic classes, since drinking can be expensive. And people of lower socioeconomic status have more life stressors — job and child-care worries that might not only keep them from the bottle but also cause stress-related illnesses over long periods. (They also don't get the stress-reducing benefits of a drink or two after work.)
Even though heavy drinking is associated with higher risk for cirrhosis and several types of cancer (particularly cancers in the mouth and esophagus), heavy drinkers are less likely to die than people who have never drunk. One important reason is that alcohol lubricates so many social interactions, and social interactions are vital for maintaining mental and physical health.
CBS (the once Tiffany network, The Eye network) has developed an affinity group, CBS Angle, for LGBT employees reports Joe.My.God.
CBS this morning announced the creation of ANGLE: CBS Corporation's first affinity group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees. ANGLE will hold kick-off meetings in New York and Los Angeles for CBS, Showtime, Simon and Schuster and other CBS division employees. ANGLE plans personal and professional development events, speakers bureaus as well as social gatherings each month.
The fun took place at the Billy Jean King courts in Flushing.
Some of the activities:
The Hess Express Obstacle Course Olympus Capture it All Nike Tennis MD Anderson's Beat the Pro USTA Serves Tennis Skills PTR Speed Tennis CBS 2's Eye on the Prize Featuring Chris Wragge Face Painting Juggling Workshop IBM SpeedZone QuickStart Tennis World TeamTennis USPTA Little Tennis USRSA Pro-Racquet Round Up Hair Braiding Story Telling Autograph Sessions Meet the Polo Bears
Nole Cakes hams it up with the Bryan Bros. Band below:
We forgot there was a hot guy under that crusty beard of his. Mighty fine **as we lick our chops***
The movie idol and Sean Penn were some of the first to help relief efforts in New Orleans after Katrina.
Pitt visited the city again for the 5-year anniversary of the natural catastrophe. NBC News anchor Brian Williams is along too for a special documentary about New Orleans and filmed segments with Pitt.
Jolie and Pitt still have a New Orleans residence.
All you Ben Cohen lovers, get your wallet out and your noses ready.
The footballer is auctioning off a framed t-shirt and signed jock strap of his. Is that jock fresh out of the box, used, washed, unwashed..........?? Bidders need to know these things-- that could affect the price drastically!!!!!!!
We thinks: the dirtier and muskier= major mucho dinero!!!
PinkPaper reports: Rugby star and gay icon Ben Cohen is showing his support for this weekend’s Gay Sports Day by signing a jock strap and t-shirt for giveaway in a charity auction.
The framed t-shirt featuring a picture of Ben and the signed jock strap are just a few of the items which will be put up for sale at the sports event taking place in Spring Gardens in Vauxhall on 30 August.
Proceeds ....... will go to support organisers of the day GMFA, the gay men’s health charity, and the Royal Vauxhall Tavern (RVT).
“I’m completely self-sufficient. I don’t need anyone for anything. I can have sex with myself, I can love myself, I can do all those things myself. The importance that people place on me not having another half even if it’s just for sex, it’s irrelevant to me. It’s very old-school. When you put people in boxes, you take away a lot of who that person is. How many gay men do we know who are completely straight-acting, who don’t even seem gay but they get classified in the same box as somebody who’s a drag queen? It’s void. It’s not real. I filled out my census form and I wrote down that I was a Pacific Islander because yes, I’m white, but why is that important? Why is anything important? You don’t need to have labels. I would marry a woman. I very well could. People laugh at me, but why is that so funny? I love women. My whole stance is that I just want people to react to who I am, I don’t want people to react to what I am," yaps Johnny Weir to New York Magazine.
"When he was in the Bush administration, c'mon they knew, they knew he was gay ......And he had to sit there and listen to all this anti-gay stuff. And I also believe the people in the room, they weren’t really anti-gay. They were pro-votes. They have to say what the voters out there … to get the votes," opines Wanda Sykes.
Gay Inc. weighs in on the asswipe scum's coming OUT:
BARF, GAG, VOMIT, WE HATE THE LCR :
Log Cabin Republicans
"Log Cabin Republicans is very supportive and appreciative of Ken's coming out. Being gay and being conservative are not mutually exclusive,” said Log Cabin Republicans Executive Director R. Clarke Cooper. “As a fellow Bush alumnus, I also look forward to Ken helping me and our colleagues build a stronger and more inclusive Republican Party. Nothing presents a better argument for the equality of gay and lesbian citizens than the reality of our lives as responsible members of society. I am happy that Ken has come to a place where he can take a stand with integrity, and I welcome him as yet another conservative, common-sense voice to join with Log Cabin Republicans and all Americans in this important dialogue."
“The coming out process is a very personal and sacred one, regardless of one’s party, class or position of power and we’re glad that Mehlman has taken the opportunity to live his life openly and authentically. It is a stark illustration, however, of how damaging the closet can be when one puts ideology over personal integrity. Mehlman presided over the Republican Party at a time when the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans were used to ill ends – marriage amendments in dozens of states, vitriolic attacks on our families, our soldiers, our very lives – all for political expediency, votes at the ballot box, and power.
"Imagine what a different America it would be if Mehlman had drawn a line in the sand and said, 'No. The lives of fellow Americans – an American like me – should not be used in this bigoted way.' Ultimately, Mehlman’s story is a cautionary tale of the damage that can be visited on literally millions of people at the intersection of power and the closet. We recognize that this might have been a difficult decision for Mehlman. It’s ironic that he had to make this decision in an environment that is even more difficult and painful because of the policies and politics overseen and sanctioned by him. The next chapter of Mehlman’s life could be about the good that someone can accomplish when authenticity and integrity wins out. We look forward to working with Mr. Mehlman now on issues that many of us have been working on for decades.”
“Coming out is a personal decision, and it can have a profound impact on families, friends, colleagues and constituents. We hope the fact that Ken Mehlman has reached this level of honesty will now encourage other political leaders to reject divisive anti-gay campaign tactics which, as Mr. Mehlman now admits, are purely cynical attempts to manipulate the American public,” Wolfe said. ”We look forward to the day when all political leaders, regardless of party, are able to be honest about themselves and their families, and still rise to positions where they can lead by example.”
Geoffrey Kors (Equality California)
"I'm glad he finally came out and glad he's raising money and working to undo the tremendous damage he did to LGBT people. He needs to acknowledge the damage he caused and apologize for the lives he's ruined, raise millions of dollars to overturn every one of the state constitutional amendments (banning same-sex marriage that) he helped pass, and spend the rest of his life working to achieve equality and justice for the community he is part of that he used for selfish political purposes."
UPDATE: It's official!! The scum comes out in The Atlantic. Marc Ambinder has the scoop:
"It's taken me 43 years to get comfortable with this part of my life," Mehlman said. "Everybody has their own path to travel, their own journey, and for me, over the past few months, I've told my family, friends, former colleagues, and current colleagues, and they've been wonderful and supportive. The process has been something that's made me a happier and better person. It's something I wish I had done years ago."
"What I do regret, and think a lot about, is that one of the things I talked a lot about in politics was how I tried to expand the party into neighborhoods where the message wasn't always heard. I didn't do this in the gay community at all."
He said that he "really wished" he had come to terms with his sexual orientation earlier, "so I could have worked against [the Federal Marriage Amendment]" and "reached out to the gay community in the way I reached out to African Americans."
Mehlman is aware that his attempts to justify his past silence will not be adequate for many people. He and his friends say that he is aware that he will no longer control the story about his identity -- which will simultaneously expose old wounds, invite Schadenfruede, and legitimize anger among gay rights activists in both parties who did not hide their sexual orientations.
Mehlman, who has never married, long found his sexuality subject to rumor and innuendo. He was the subject of an outing campaign by gay rights activist Mike Rogers, starting when Mehlman was Bush's campaign manager. Rogers's crusades against closeted gay Republicans split the organized gay lobby in Washington but were undoubtedly effective: he drove several elected officials, including Virginia Rep. Ed Shrock, from office, pushed out a would-be presidential campaign manager for George Allen well before Allen was set to run, slung rumors about Sen. Larry Craig's sexual orientation well before Craig's incident in a Minneapolis airport bathroom, and even managed to make homosexuality a wedge issue within the party's activist circles.
"I wish I was where I am today 20 years ago. The process of not being able to say who I am in public life was very difficult. No one else knew this except me. My family didn't know. My friends didn't know. Anyone who watched me knew I was a guy who was clearly uncomfortable with the topic," he said.
Meanwhile, 20 years ago, more like 25, we were at The Boathouse. Dancing to DEVO, hunting for our next sexual conquest with a hot stud and LOVING our FABULOUS GAY LIFE!! To each his own......
Just cuz he is gay doesn't mean we are claiming him. Ship him off to some deserted island-- we don't want him anywhere near or in our community. He didn't want to be a part of before SO surely don't be a part of it NOW.
Mehlman is SOMEONE that gives being gay a bad name.
KEN MEHLMAN = SELF-HATING, LOATHSOME, ASSWIPE, TRASH SCUM, NEW YORK CITY SEWER SYSTEM ON A 100* DEGREE DAY- FUCKTARD
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