Saturday, November 30, 2019

Saturday 'Stache

I wouldn't mind making some noise with THIS ONE.

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving

I'm working this time around, but hope everyone's holiday is just purrfect!

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Remains of the Day (11/27)

Boy Culture: Matthew Rettenmund's classic gay-hustler novel turns 25

The Daily News: Annette Bening: "I’m very, very proud" of my transgender son

BBC: The 100 greatest films directed by women

NBC News: Second man says he told Rep. Jim Jordan that Ohio State doctor performed sex act in shower (ICYMI)

Instagram: Robert Farah in a bathing suit ... with hot friends

Vogue: Roger Federer on breaking another tennis record, his on-court style icons

Washington Blade: Prominent Haitian LGBTQ activist found dead

Broadway World: Billy Porter to host "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" festivities in New Orleans 

The New Yorker: The inside story of Christoper Steele's Trump dossier

Towleroad: Jamie Lee Curtis supports outing only one type of gay

NYT Magazine: Sweet look at Three Lives, the longtime Greenwich Village that was a kind supporter of my memoir

The Randy Report: Koala rescued in dramatic viral video dies in hospital

Dlisted: Visibly damp Papa John's founder says he ate 40 pizzas in 30 days

NJ: Toys ‘R’ Us is back, and it’s opening its 1st store this week in New Jersey

Twitter: I'd die to have a drink with the son on the upper left

Hot Cat of the Day: What an exit!

Wrestle Wednesday

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Song of the Day: 'Live' by the Merry-Go-Round

This one's for Russell, an old friend whom I just found out died about a year ago. Because of a series of health and addiction issues, I hadn't seen him in about 10 years -- he, Scooter and I went to Trump Tower, of all places -- but always kept a watchful eye on him online. Scooter -- through whom I met Russell, who started as a patron of his arts -- also just found out, noting: "I saw him go from millionaire to completely broke four times."

 It certainly was a life of extremes, one I'm happy to have crossed paths with. RIP, Russell.

The original Emitt Rhodes version ...

Russell and Scott in 1989 

Scott writes:
Our good friend Russell Beer passed away on Monday from a heart attack. Russ had been a part of my life for 30 years. On his best days, Russ was an incredibly generous friend. Smart and funny and dark and complicated. He was an interesting guy. Loved his Heavy Metal, and his awesome fishing boat, Kalifornia. Those fishing trips down in Cabo were some of the best days. And I am glad that I was able to spend quality time with him on his boat. He was responsible for taking care of virtually every bar tab our last couple years of college, much to my educational demise. But, I wouldn't trade those moments for anything now. He was my Fraternity brother, hockey teammate, drinking buddy, concert goer, travel partner, wingman, and confidant. However, we were not very close the past few years, and that is bothering me today. The Russ that we knew will be missed. My heart is heavy today, thinking about his recent struggles. I hope he has found peace. He deserves to be remembered! God bless you Russ, and my thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Page 1 Roundup (11/27)

Morning Wood

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Remains of the Day (11/26)

BBC: Why couldn't I have hooked up with this guy instead of MLB ref Dave Pallone?

Twitter: How do I get this job measuring Robert Farah's ass?

The Daily News: Man dies from bacterial infection after dog licked his face

NYT Magazine: Even nobodies have fans now

PinkNews: She unwittingly asked a gay guy out on a date. He set her up with his straight identical twin brother instead

Back2Stonewall: Gay man attacked with hammer, thrown on subway tracks in NYC

Chicago Tribune: Andrew Shaw critiques the Blackhawks’ mustaches

USA Today: Thanksgiving in the age of Trump: Hold the knives and your tart tongue, please

Michael Musto: Does John Waters think he can snatch the Grammy from Michelle Obama?

WSJ: Carly Simon: How Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis changed my life

Playbill: Watch "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" star Adam Roberts’s new music video, "Glue"

Baseline: Federer, Zverev play before record crowd in Mexico City

The Independent: Andy Murray documentary sees star open up on injury, the Dunblane massacre and why tennis is still his escape

Socialite Life: Harrison Ford heading to TV in scripted adaption of "The Staircase"

Associated Press: Cicely Tyson, Angela Bassett pay tribute to Diahann Carroll at memorial service

Washington Post: This raccoon could have been a president’s Thanksgiving meal. It became a White House pet instead.

Gr8er Days: A Jeffrey Hunter fleshbeck

NewNowNext:: “Will & Grace” cast goes full “I Love Lucy” for upcoming special episode

Hot Cat of the Day: If anyone adopts this little Munchkin from Meow Parlour -- where our Harvey used to pick up shifts -- then please let know!

Tennis Tuesday

This hunky southpaw is none other than Benji Condie, of packed orange Speedo fame. 

Song of the Day: 'Time' by Rosanne Cash

I've been a fan of women singing (Tom) Waits ever since Tracey Thorn covered "Downtown Train" back in '92. Now a dozen other women have had the honor, as part of "Come Up to the House: Women Sing Waits," a new tribute to the influential singer/songwriter, who turns 70 next month. 


Damian informs me that another lady -- his lady -- covered it on her "Strange Little Girls" LP back in 2001.

Page 1 Roundup (11/26)

Morning Wood

Monday, November 25, 2019

Remains of the Day (11/25)

Washington Post: Sweet to see my brother mentioned in this column: Thanks to the late Bill Walsh, an acclaimed Post copy editor who wrote about usage and grammar and collected books about language, our newsroom has copies of Post stylebooks dating to 1963.

YouTube: The final season of "EastSiders" premieres Dec. 1 and the trailer is here now!

We Are Cult: How one edition of "Top of the Pops" killed the ’80s

Salon: An editor who got my old job at the New York Times when it moved to Florida claims he was fired over one minor edit he suggested to a story about Trump

San Francisco Chronicle: Jack Porter, historian and keeper of the National AIDS Memorial Grove, dies at 81

WSJ: Who will be the first American counted in the 2020 census? It came down to two.

People: NFL player Ryan Russell, boyfriend Corey O'Brien share PDA in London 

PinkNews: Boris Johnson refuses to apologize for "tank-topped bum boys" jibe. Again.

Dlisted: The trio of Splash Mountain go-go miners are your hot sluts of the day!

YouTube: The Mary Tyler Moore apartment tour I've always dreamed of!

Business Insider: If we had just stuck to we wouldn't be in this mess

Gr8er Days: A fleshbeck of Maxwell Caulfield for the ages

Rolling Stone: Stumbled upon Susan Orlean's  unvarnished look at the Bangles and couldn’t help but wonder what the band thought about it when it appeared back in ‘87!

Queerty: He asked out a McDonald’s cashier and set off an Internet debate

Boy Culture: Peter Berlin unveils new book at NYC signing

The WoW Report: David Byrne performs Talking Heads’ “Road to Nowhere” on "The Tonight Show"

Greg in Hollywood: Sexy eye doc Andrew Neighbors goes places!

The Randy Report: Minneapolis City Council bans so-called "conversion therapy"

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Hot Cat of the Day: This little guy shows you what it's all about!

Mug Shot Monday

Get THIS MAN an Uber gift card and he'll be marriage material. 

Weekend Tennis Roundup

Rafael Nadal, the year-end World No. 1, finished his season on a high by leading Spain to its sixth Davis Cup title. Nadal defeated Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 7-6(7) to clinch Spain’s 2-0 win against Canada. "It has been an amazing week," Nadal said on court after his win. "I could not be happier, honestly. It has been an unforgettable moment here in this amazing stadium. The crowd was just a joke, we can't thank all of them enough. Our team spirit prevailed. We fought hard." Nadal, who is now a four-time Davis Cup titlist, won all eight of his matches this week in Madrid, including five singles victories in which he did not drop a set. The 33-year-old has now won 29 consecutive Davis Cup singles matches, improving his singles record in the event to 29-1.

I still don't quite understand the new format. But if it leads to someone getting scooped up by Feliciano Lopez like this, I guess I'm OK with it ... not to mention these:

Denis knows of what he speaks.

And though Canada lost in the final, Vasek Pospisil was undoubtedly the event’s MVP.

I wanna go to rehab ...

Russia lost in the semis ...

But we learned Karen's a top ...

The British were cumming ...

The British were cumming!

And Nikola Mektic, whose ass rivals countryman Borna Coric, and former doubles partner (cum coach) Franko Skugor still make a hot team.

Around the net:

 Chris Evert says she is open to dating again, but that "all the good ones are married" ... like that's ever stopped her before! Read HERE.

I believe in Christian Harrison ...

If Alex Robein isn't banging Albano Olivetti ...

Then I will be tres disappointed ... 

 Quentin Halys could be menage-a-trois material for the boys.

Borna's coach has a type ...

The thighs have it ... 

Stevie Johnson's wife is lucky to go on this ride ...

Daniil Medvedev is in the Maldives ...

... as are Andy Seppi ...

and Damir Dzumhur ...

But you know who isn't?


Bosnian Nerman Fatic is an ass man ... 

Juan Martin del Potro wasn't able to play his exhibition match(es) against Roger Federer. But he did come by to watch his replacement in action. 

I'm ready for more of Stan's body ... 

Oliver Marach still likes younger guys ...

Jan-Michael Gambill basically wore boxerbriefs in his exhibition match versus Stevie Johnson, part of a fantasy camp in Maui led by Tracy Austin. 

Fantasy island ...