Thursday, October 30, 2014

Thursday Ad Watch


There's not really much I can say about THIS.

#STFU



WATCH: Madonna Tries Her Hand at Standup


And encounters a role-rearching Winona Ryder and coffee-drinking Cher along the way.

Too Dumb


   Although I appreciate what they've done with the title here, something tells me 90 percent of Americans wouldn't even get it.


And speaking of which, what is going on with Oakland Raiders Mark Davis?


I Like It 'Well Done'

Dave and Paul are back ...

Song of the Day: 'I Was Made for Lovin' You' by Kiss


Gene Simmons is so repugnant that I often forget that Kiss recorded a few really good songs, like this "disco rock" classic from 1979.

Morning Wood


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

A Brief Encounter With Levi Jackman Foster


If reincarnation exists, please let me come back as a pair of his briefs. (Please don't wear trunks, kid.) Lose yourself in Levi's Instagram HERE.


WATCH: Starbucks' First LGBT Commercial


Coffee Frenemies, courtesy of OutTV and Starbucks

Brace Yourself


Watch this little girl's 18 months in braces pay off in 30 seconds HERE.


What Valerie Cherish Has Been To ...

Oh, Lisa. You've clearly outdone yourself this time! Valerie Cherish has been very busy since "Room & Bored" was canceled:


In the late ‘00s, you may have seen Valerie Cherish and Mickey Deane in infomercials for Cherish Your Hair, Valerie’s eponymous red hair dye product.


Valerie made her horror film debut in this independent film, an Official Selection of the Brooks County Student Film Festival.


Valerie Cherish guest starred as Holly Johnson, cracking the case on the syndicated crime drama.


Valerie gave her “It Wall” a spruce up on FixIt Network’s Done in a Day.

A Lesson in LGBT History


Gay Activist David Mixner: I Mercy Killed 8 People

A must-read about David's recent show at New World Stages. Click HERE.

UPDATE:


'Oh Hell No!' Brings David Mixner's Riveting Political and Personal Tales to the NYC Stage

Andy Towle's recap of the unforgettable night is up now HERE.

Meet 6'5" 256 lb. Steelers Tight End Heath Miller






He sure filled out his retro uniform nicely, don't you think?


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